Ladbrokes 60/1 Enhanced FA Cup Fourfold!

Ladbrokes 60/1 Enhanced FA Cup Fourfold!

Ladbrokes 60/1 Enhanced FA Cup Fourfold!

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They’ve priced up Tottenham, Arsenal, West Ham and Leeds all to win their respective games at huge enhanced odds of 60/1!  A massive price increase from usual odds just shy of 6/1 with the majority of bookmakers! Fancy all of these four favourites to win? Then don’t miss out on this huge offer, join Ladbrokes to get involved!



Reasons To Back

Selection One – Tottenham (Tottenham vs AFC Wimbledon)

  • Spurs have only lost one of their last 15 home games, winning ten of those fixtures
  • Spurs got all the way to the semi-final of the FA Cup last season, losing 4-2 to Chelsea. With the title-race looking all-but over, you’d expect Tottenham to take the cup seriously again this season
  • Wimbledon are fourth-bottom of League One. They’ve lost nine of their last 15 away games

Selection Two – Arsenal (Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal)

  • The current holders of the FA Cup are expected to again take the competition seriously. The Gunners have only lost one of their last seven away league games, which came at the hands of the rampant Manchester City
  • Forest have struggled of late. They’re without a win in their last five games, and have won just two of their last ten games. They’re 15th in the Championship

Selection Three – West Ham (Shrewsbury vs West Ham)

  • West Ham have had an upturn in form since David Moyes took over. They’ve now lost just one of their last seven games
  • West Ham have won each of their last five FA Cup ties as a Premier League side against teams from the third tier (or below)

Selection Four – Leeds (Newport vs Leeds)

  • Leeds thrashed Newport 5-1 in the League Cup earlier on in the season
  • Newport haven’t progressed past the third-round of the FA Cup since the 1978/79 season
  • Leeds have only lost one of their last eight games, winning five of those fixtures