City favourites for FA Cup glory

Manchester City have been priced at 11/2 favourites with BetVictor to win the 2013 FA Cup, with holders Chelsea 15/2 to retain the trophy.

Last Updated: 03/01/13 at 11:48 Post Comment

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BetVictor claim to be offering the top price for every side in the 2013 FA Cup and make City their 11/2 favourites with Manchester United 7s, Chelsea 15/2, Spurs, Arsenal and Liverpool 11s and 14s for Everton.

Spokesperson Charlie McCann said: "Given they don't have any European distractions we think City are worthy favourites to lift the Trophy for the second time in three years and make one of the so called Big Six 2/5 to lift the famous Trophy at Wembley in May.

"We are convinced it will be a Premier League name on the cup in 2013 and bet 25/1 a non-PL outfit are successful."

FA Cup 2013 (prices from BetVictor)

Man City: 11/2

Man Utd: 7/1

Chelsea: 15/2

Tottenham: 11/1

Liverpool: 11/1

Arsenal: 11/1

Everton: 14/1

One of the Big Six to lift the FA Cup?

Yes: 2/5

No: 7/4

Non PL side to lift the FA Cup?

Yes: 25/1

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