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FA Cup Betting Odds

Arsenal successfully retained the FA Cup when beating Aston Villa 4-0 at Wembley, and have now won the trophy a record 12 times. Visit the official FA site for information.

FA Cup Outrights

Winner

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Chelsea

6

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Man City

7

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Man Utd

8

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Arsenal

9

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Liverpool

12

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