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FA Cup Results & Historical Odds

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- Qualification1X2B's
Ashington - Scarborough Athletic 2:2---3
Bamber - Squires Gate 2:2---4
Barton - Northwood 1:1---4
Belper Town - Coalville 3:3---4
Bishop Auckland - Spennymoor 2:3---3
Blaby & Whetstone - Tipton 4:1---4
Blackfield - Sherborne 3:2---1
Boldmere - Bedworth 0:3---4
Brighouse Town - Ashton 1:2---4
Burscough - Curzon 0:1---4
Cleethorpes - Carlton Town 3:2---4
Coleshill - Barwell 1:2---4
Corby - Norton Utd 3:3---1
Dorking - Pagham 4:2---4
Ellistown - Hereford 3:2---1
Evesham - Redditch 0:0---4
Farsley - Frickley 2:1---4
Folkestone - Margate 0:0---4
Grantham - Clipstone 4:1---4
Harrogate Railway - Clitheroe 3:1---4
Hendon - AFC Rushden 1:0---1
Hythe - Whitstable Town 4:0---4
Kings Lynn - Boston Town 7:0---1
Leek - Stourport 2:1---4
Lincoln Utd. - Stamford 2:3---3
Marine - Ossett Town 2:1---4
Market Drayton - Stourbridge 1:3---4
Marske - Dunston 2:2---4
Matlock - Ilkeston 1:2---4
Mickleover - Staveley Miners 3:0---4
St. Neots - Dereham 1:1---4
Newcastle Benfield - Bridlington 3:1---4
Newmarket - Histon 0:3---1
Northwich - Glossop 0:0---4
Ossett Albion - Droylsden 0:4---1
Peacehaven & Telscombe - East Preston 0:0---4
Ramsgate - Raynes Park Vale 1:2---4
Rugby - Chasetown 1:1---4
Rushall - Romulus 3:2---3
Salford - Nantwich 2:0---4
Sheffield FC - Shepshed 3:2---3
Shildon - Whitby 1:1---4
Spalding United - Holwell 4:0---4
Sudbury - Romania 1:3---4
Thurrock - Welwyn Garden 2:0---4
Tilbury - Aveley 0:4---4
Warrington - Trafford 1:0---4
West Allotment - Lancaster 0:5---4
Willand - Saltash 2:1---4
Workington - Consett 2:0---4

About FA Cup

The FA Cup, held since 1871, is the oldest football competition in the world - Wanderers FC were the first ever FA Cup champions. It is one of a few competitions where clubs of all standards are involved, from Premier League to lowest English leagues. All the latest FA Cup betting odds can be found across Odds Portal. The FA Cup is still highly regarded and thought of as ‘the’ cup competition.

The FA Cup fixture list is unpredictable and the beauty of the FA Cup draw is that everyone can play anyone. This gives a enormous opportunity to small teams who can take on the big guns, the likes of Manchester Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal or Manchester City, at home and generate massive profits from TV rights and packed stands. The FA Cup final and semi-finals are one-off single matches with extra time and penalty shoot-out played if necessary. Every other round involves replays if the first match was drawn. These are standard FA Cup rules.

The FA Cup final is played at Wembley Stadium in London where it returned in 2007 after major reconstructions were completed. The FA Cup final was played at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff between 2001 and 2006. The semi-finals are played at neutral venue, usually at home grounds of teams that aren’t involved in the semi-finals.

Although there is a high number of teams involved each year dreaming of winning with incredibly big FA Cup betting odds, the truth is only three teams outside top four have managed to beat the FA Cup odds over the last twenty-two years. Manchester Utd and Arsenal are the most successful teams in the cup’s history, winning the FA Cup eleven times.

An FA Cup match day traditionally is a big day in the football calendar in England. The bookmakers always expect higher volume of bettors placing bets on all outcomes.


Help for Odds Archive page: This page serves to display archive odds / historical odds of FA Cup which is sorted in England category of OddsPortal odds comparison service. Find out what chances and odds the teams had in historical matches, browse through historical odds archive of previous matches in FA Cup. Odds Portal makes evidence of highest or lowest odds, opening and closing odds and average / highest values for FA Cup archive matches.

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