Wolves are the punters’ pick for FA Cup glory in 2019

Wolverhampton Wanderers are having a great season so far and the punters are backing them in droves to win the FA Cup later this year

Wolverhampton Wanderers have been enjoying an excellent season back in the Premier League, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side currently sitting seventh in the league table and moving into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup for the first time in sixteen years thanks to an excellent win over Championship side Bristol City at the weekend. The Old Gold find themselves just a single win away from a Wembley appearance in the semi-final of the competition and the punters have been backing them in droves to go all the way in the tournament, odds of 9/1 following the win over the Robins since shortening to 13/2 with Paddy Power Bookmakers.

Around 40% of all bets on the FA Cup outright winner market during the last 24 hours have been aimed at Wolverhampton Wanderers, more than any other side including market leaders Manchester City who sit at 11/10. Pep Guardiola’s men are huge favourites to add the FA Cup to their trophy cabinet this term and they secured for themselves a place in the semi-final of the competition by seeing-off League Two side Newport County last time out. Manchester United and Chelsea will fight it out tonight for a place in the last eight of the tournament, the Blues just ahead of the Red Devils in the FA Cup outright winner market at odds of 6/1 and 13/2 respectively.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers continue to impress on all fronts and many pundits fancy their chances of going all the way in this season’s FA Cup, especially if the big sides draw each other in the last eight. Should Nuno Espirito Santo’s men avoid one of the ‘Big Guns’, then expect their price to continue tumbling.

 

FA Cup Winner – Paddy Power Odds

 

11/10 – Manchester City

6/1  –  Chelsea

13/2 –  Manchester United

15/2 –  Wolverhampton Wanderers

10/1 –  Crystal palace

10/1 –  Watford

14/1 –  Brighton & Hove Albion

66/1 –  Millwall

80/1 –  Swansea City