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Arsenal ended a nine year trophy drought when beating Hull in extra-time at Wembley, in the process equalling Manchester United's haul of 11 FA Cups. Visit the official FA site for information.

FA Cup Matches

Time Home Draw Away Betting

Saturday 30th May 2015

17:30TV

Arsenal (8/13)

Draw (16/5)

Aston Villa (25/4)

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FA Cup Outrights

Winner

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Arsenal

1/3

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Aston Villa

13/5

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