2020-21 FA Cups Odds: Bet the Big 6 or Bust

Posted By High Press 10 on August 26, 2020 - Last Updated on August 27, 2020

Qualifying matches for the 2020-21 FA Cup begin on August 31st (with the full slate beginning the next day, September 1st). The full season schedule for the 2020-21 FA Cup looks like this:

  • Extra preliminary round: Tuesday 1st, September 2020
  • Preliminary round: Saturday 12th, September 2020
  • First round qualifying: Tuesday 22nd, September 2020
  • Second round qualifying: Saturday 3rd, October 2020
  • Third round qualifying: Tuesday 13th, October 2020
  • Fourth round qualifying: Saturday 24th, October 2020
  • First round proper: Saturday 7th, November 2020
  • Second round proper: Saturday 28th, November 2020
  • Third round proper: Saturday 9th, January 2021
  • Fourth round proper: Saturday 23rd, January 2021
  • Fifth round proper: Wednesday 10th, February 2021
  • Quarterfinals: Saturday 20th, March 2021
  • Semifinals: Saturday 17th, April 2021
  • The Final: Saturday 15th, May 2021

In the US, matches will be available on ESPN+.

2020-21 FA Cup title odds

No real surprises for the favorites. The Big 6 clubs dominate. Here’s a sampling of the odds.

Manchester City +325Liverpool +600Manchester United +600Chelsea +800Arsenal +900
Tottenham +1000Wolves +1600Leicester +1600Everton +2500Leeds +3300
Southampton +3300West Ham +4000Burnley +5000Crystal Palace +5000Newcastle +5000
Sheffield +5000Aston Villa +6600Brighton +6600Fulham +6600Bournemouth +10000
Brentford +10000Norwich +10000Watford +10000West Brom +10000Cardiff +15000
Middlesbrough +15000Nottingham +15000Stoke +15000Derby +20000Sunderland +50000

Of those listed, Manchester City is always a strong bet in competitions like this. Newer, insecure, fake clubs like City tend to aim for these trophies.

Outside of them, look for Chelsea this year to make a strong run at a FA Cup trophy. Frank Lampard will want to claim some silverware this season. If Jose Mourinho doesn’t get sacked, Tottenham may put a strong focus on the FA Cup as well.

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