Bookmakers reveal Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham’s odds of FA Cup glory this season

The third round of the FA Cup begins this weekend, with every supporter dreaming of seeing their club lift the famous trophy at Wembley.

Manchester City are the holders of the competition, having beaten Watford 6-0 in last year’s one-sided final.

League Two outfit Port Vale stand in their way in round three, hoping to produce the biggest of upsets against the reigning Premier League champions.

League-leaders Liverpool are embroiled in a Merseyside derby with Everton on Sunday, whilst Manchester United travel to Wolves in a repeat of last year’s fixture that saw them knocked out of the competition.

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Tottenham and Arsenal will both be hoping to avoid upsets when they face Middlesbrough and Leeds United from the Championship, with both second-tier sides in good form.

Chelsea and Leicester City both also face tests against Championship opposition in the form of Nottingham Forest and Wigan Athletic.

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Only Arsenal have retained the FA Cup in the last ten years after they claimed the trophy in 2014 and 2015.

That’s the size of the task to Manchester City, who come in as favourites to win the FA Cup again this year.

Liverpool are second in the running despite their Premier League dominance, with Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea next on the list.

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Here are the latest FA Cup winner odds, via The Pools.

Manchester City – 3/1

Liverpool – 6/1

Tottenham Hotspur – 13/2

Chelsea – 17/2

Manchester United – 12/1

Arsenal – 12/1

Leicester City – 12/1

Wolves – 25/1

Everton – 25/1

West Ham United – 33/1

Sheffield United – 40/1

Crystal Palace – 50/1

Bournemouth – 50/1

Newcastle United – 50/1

Burnley – 66/1

Brighton – 66/1

Watford – 66/1

Southampton – 66/1

Aston Villa – 80/1

Norwich City – 100/1

West Brom – 125/1

Leeds United – 125/1

Fulham – 125/1