Odds on Manchester United to win the 2023 FA Cup

FA Cup Fifth Round Preview Tips and Odds

We preview the FA Cup fifth round and bring you the latest odds.

Fulham v Leeds United Tuesday 28.02.23, 19:45

FulhamLeeds UnitedHomeDrawAway
D W W W DL D L L W23/2013/512/5
  bet365BetfredWilliam Hill
Odds correct as of 27.02.23, 15:23

Tip: Fulham to win, both teams to score: 3/1 bet365

Odds correct as of 27.02.23, 16:30

Fulham host Leeds United in the FA Cup fifth round. The two sides have experienced contrasting fortunes this season. Fulham, despite being tipped to be in a relegation battle, are pushing for a European place. In the FA Cup, both sides needed replays to progress, Fulham overcoming Sunderland and Leeds coming through against Cardiff City.

Fulham were held to a draw by Wolves at Craven Cottage on Friday. They are sixth in the table, but having played 25 games, most teams around them have games in hand.

Leeds sit one point above the relegation zone after an important win over fellow strugglers Southampton at the weekend.

Tom Cairney and Neeskens Kebano miss out for Fulham through injury, while leading goalscorer Aleksandar Mitrovic remains a doubt due to a thigh problem.

Leeds will be without Rodrigo, Archie Gray, Adam Forshaw and Stuart Dallas. Luis Sinisterra and Pascal Struijk remain injury doubts.

Both sides are likely to make changes from the weekends Premier League matches as they look to manage their squads ahead of the run in.

Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur Wednesday 01.03.23, 19:55

Sheffield UntTottenhamHomeDrawAway
W W L L WW L L W W18/53/14/5
  William HillBoyleSportsWilliam Hill
Odds correct as of 27.02.23, 15:23

Tip: Draw, Harry Kane to score: 17/2 William Hill

Odds correct as of 27.02.23, 16:30

Tottenham Hotspur travel to Bramall Lane to face Championship promotion chasers Sheffield United. Both sides come into this off the back of victories.

For Sheffield United both Rhian Brewster and Billy Sharp hav been ruled out. Therefore, Oli McBurnie and Iliman Ndiaye should start upfront for the Blades. Enda Stevens, Rhys Norrington-Davies and George Baldock are also unavailable.

Spurs are missing long-term injury victims Hugo Lloris, Rodrigo Bentancur, Ryan Sessegnon and Yves Bissouma. With a busy schedule ahead Tottenham could shuffle their pack and give some of their squad players a start.

Bristol City v Manchester City Tuesday 28.02.23, 20:00

Bristol CityManchester CityHomeDrawAway
W W D D WW W D D W25/26/11/5
  SBKbet365William Hill
Odds correct as of 27.02.23, 15:23

Manchester United v West Ham United Wednesday 01.03.23, 19:45

Man UnitedWest Ham UntHomeDrawAway
W  D W W WW D D L W17/253/19/2
Odds correct as of 27.02.23, 16:03

FA Cup Winner Odds

Manchester City39/25SBK
Manchester United7/2William Hill/BoyleSports/bet365/Paddy Power/Betfair/BetVictor/888sport
Tottenham Hotspur36/5SBK
Brighton and Hove Albion42/5SBK
Fulham20/1William Hill/BoyleSports/SBK/BetVictor/Betfred
Leicester City20/1SBK
West Ham United29/1SBK
Leeds United29/1SBK
Sheffield United100/1bet365/BetVictor
Blackburn Rovers150/1William Hill/bet365/Betfred
Stoke City150/1bet365/BetVictor
Bristol City300/1bet365
Fleetwood Town1000/1bet365
Grimsby Town1000/1bet365/BetVictor
Odds correct as of 27.02.23, 16:02
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