Here we take a look at the FA Cup Winners' Odds ahead of this weekend's Fourth Round ties.
The FA Cup has been running since 1871 when it was first founded and is the oldest domestic cup competition in world football, with current Premier League leaders Arsenal being the most successful team since then, winning it on 14 separate occasions.
In the 2022/23 season, there have been a total of 732 competitors with clubs down to level nine being eligible to enter the competition - with the first six rounds of the FA Cup being qualifying rounds prior to the First Round proper where Football League clubs then enter the fold.
Wanderers FC were the first-ever side to win the FA Cup, doing so in 1872, while Liverpool are the holders of the competition, following their penalty shoot-out victory over Chelsea at Wembley following a 0-0 draw in the final last May. Manchester United have appeared in the second most FA Cup finals, featuring in 20 and winning the cup 12 times, consequently meaning that they have the most defeats in the final alongside Chelsea and Everton(8).
Harry Redknapp remains as the last English manager to have won the FA Cup, famously doing so with Portsmouth in 2008 as they beat Cardiff City 1-0 in the Final thanks to a goal from Nwankwo Kanu.