When is this year's FA Cup quarter final draw? Who are the favourites? oddschecker reveal all...
When is the FA Cup draw?
Coverage of the FA Cup quarter final draw will follow the Wolves vs Southampton fifth round fixture on BT Sport on Thursday 11 February, and will be hosted by Reshmin Choudhury and Karen Carney.
The draw is set to take place at around 7:45pm GMT on BT Sport 1 and can also be watched via the Emirates FA Cup Youtube channel, Twitter and Facebook.
By the time the draw is made just nine teams will remain in the competition with the final quarter final spot being decided when Chelsea visit Barnsley shortly after the draw has taken place.
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FA Cup Odds:
Man City are firm favourites to lift the FA Cup trophy this season, currently at best odds of 11/8. City are on a 15-game winning run in all competitions and appear to have peaked at the right time. Their comfortable win over Swansea in the fifth round was evidence of their squad depth and title credentials.
City’s neighbours, Manchester United, are second favourites to win the competition at best odds of 4/1. Ole’s side will be hoping they can secure some silverware this season after recent setbacks in the Premier League.
The biggest longshot remaining in the competition is Barnsley who can be found at best odds of 225/1. Barnsley will need to overcome Chelsea in the fifth round in order to secure their place in the quarter finals.
- Man City - 11/8
- Man Utd - 4/1
- Chelsea - 6/1
- Leicester - 10/1
- Everton - 11/1
- Wolves - 28/1
- Southampton - 33/1
- Sheffield Utd - 33/1
- Bournemouth - 66/1
- Barnsley - 225/1
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