Everton cut for FA Cup glory
Sky Bet have cut Everton to 5/1 for the FA Cup after the previous top four in the betting were drawn together.
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Roberto Martinez was delighted with his side as they swept past Stevenage in the fourth round, and their reward for doing so is a home tie with 33/1 chances Swansea.
Everton are now challenging for second-favouritism after Manchester City were drawn to host Chelsea while Liverpool must travel to the Emirates Stadium to take on Arsenal.
City remain as the 3/1 favourites with Arsenal just ahead of Everton in the outright market at 9/2.
Chelsea and Liverpool can be backed at 6/1 and 7/1 respectively.
Several other ties involve two teams who've been cut. One such example is Sunderland v Southampton, with Sunderland into 25/1 and Saints now 10/1.
Cardiff are 33/1 ahead of their clash with holders Wigan, who can be backed at 100/1 for an unlikely repeat. Hull are 25/1 ahead of a trip to Brighton, while Fulham will face either Nottingham Forest or Preston if they come through a replay with Sheffield United and are 40/1.
On Saturday, Sky Bet football punters were celebrating as the 11 best-backed teams on the coupon all won.
Sunderland, Liverpool, Everton and Southampton all eased to victory in the FA Cup but the layers almost got a surprise favour from Manchester City, who were 2-0 down at half-time in their clash with Watford.
However, a second-half hat-trick from Sergio Aguero helped Manuel Pellegrini's side advance.
"So far 2014 has been a great year for our customers and the FA Cup is the latest reason for them to cheer with all the popular selections winning," said Sky Bet's Marcus Berry.