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Who are the favourites to win the FA Cup ahead of the quarter-finals?

Who are the favourites to win the FA Cup ahead of the quarter-finals?

The FA Cup quarter-finals take place this weekend, with four Premier League clubs, three Championship sides and a surprise package from League Two comprising the last eight.

Ahead of the quarter-finals, we take a look at every team remaining in the competition and assess their chances of lifting the trophy at Wembley Stadium on June 3.

Manchester City (1.91)

Unsurprisingly, Manchester City are the bookies’ current front-runners to go all the way. Pep Guardiola’s men host Burnley in the quarter-finals and are favoured to secure the silverware for a second time in five seasons.

Manchester United (3.10)

Only Arsenal (14) have more FA Cup titles than Manchester United (12), but the Red Devils have not added to their tally since 2015-16. After winning the EFL Cup last month, Erik ten Hag’s side know what it takes to go all the way.

Brighton & Hove Albion (5.50)

Brighton & Hove Albion host fourth-tier Grimsby Town in the quarter-finals, putting the Premier League outfit in pole position to reach the last four. The Seagulls are flying high in seventh place in the top-flight table and will fancy their chances of tasting FA Cup glory this season.

Fulham (15.00)

A tricky trip to Old Trafford awaits Fulham this weekend, with Marco Silva’s men expected to fall short against Man Utd. That said, the Cottagers have exceeded all expectations this term and could spring another surprise on Sunday.

Sheffield United (41.00)

With Sheffield United hosting Blacburn Rovers on Sunday, there will be at least one Championship side in the semi-finals. Occupying second place in the Championship table, the Blades appear to be bet outside the Premier League teams.

Burnley (41.00)

Burnley find themselves at the summit of the Championship standings, having lost just two of their 36 league matches this season. Although they look destined to secure promotion, Vincent Kompany will likely struggle on his return to the Etihad Stadium.

Blackburn Rovers (67.00)

Only six clubs have claimed more FA Cup titles than Blackburn Rovers over the years, although their last triumph came all the way back in 1928. Rovers will be hopeful of sealing a Championship play-off spot come the end of the campaign, but winning the FA Cup will be a step too far.

Grimsby Town (276.00)

Naturally, Grimsby Town are the bookies’ rank outsiders to lift the trophy. The League Two outfit knocked out Championship side Luton Town in the fourth round before dispatching Southampton in the last 16, but their fairytale journey is expected to end this weekend.

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