Coventry FA Cup Odds: Sky Blues backed in 60% of bets to pull off shock result

Coventry FA Cup Odds: Sky Blues backed in 60% of bets to pull off shock result

Coventry City take on Premier League side Man United today in the FA Cup, will the Sky Blues pull off another shock victory or will Man United progress to the finals?

Coventry pulled off an incredible late win against Wolves last month which featured goals in the 96th and 99th minute to progress to today’s semi-final against Man United.

They will hope to defy the odds again today at Wembley as they have been given just a 15% chance of winning in 90 minutes at a best price of 11/2 available at various bookmakers.

They have been given a 27% chance of reaching the final at a best price of 11/4 available at bet365.

It seems that Coventry’s late heroics against Wolves haven’t been forgotten by punters as 60% of bets made through oddschecker on the potential winner of todays game are on Coventry.

Man United are winless in four games and pressure is mounting on Erik ten Hag to start finding some results.

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Coventry FA Cup Odds: To Reach The Final

Team Best Odds Implied Probability
Man United 1/4 80%
Coventry 11/4 27%

 

Coventry FA Cup Winner Odds

Team Best Odds Implied Probability
Man City 1/4 80%
Man United 7/2 22%
Coventry 40/1 2.4%

 

If Coventry qualify today, they will face last year’s champions, Man City in the final

They have a best price of 40/1 (an implied chance of just 2.4%) to go on and win the whole competition. They can be found as short as 25/1 at some bookmakers.

This is the furthest the Sky Blues have reached in this competition since the 2008/09 season when they were defeated by Chelsea in the quarterfinals.

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