Manchester City will be looking to win the FA Cup for the eighth time in 2023/24 after winning last season’s final against rivals Manchester United.
It was the second part of a historic treble for Pep Guardiola’s side, who are 18/1 to win all three again this season.
It is a trophy that Guardiola has surprisingly only won twice in his tenure at the club, however, with 2019’s 6-0 mauling of Watford the only other success for the Spaniard.
It was Ilkay Gundogan’s double that secured victory at Wembley last season, but even without their captain that day, the Citizens will take all the beating if they can overcome the early rounds where squad rotation is likely to play a part.
The competition gave Mikel Arteta has first taste of silverware as Arsenal defeated Chelsea in the 2020 final, but further success has eluded Arsenal in the last three seasons.
Last season saw Arsenal enjoy their best Premier League season for a number of years before they were eventually out-gunned by Man City. Arteta will be hopeful that a second trophy is just around the corner after the progress his side made in 2022/23.
Current Outright Odds - 8/1
Chelsea have reached the final of the FA Cup in five of the last seven seasons, but they have only won the trophy once in that time.
That success came courtesy of a 1-0 success against Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United in 2008, with Eden Hazard’s penalty separating the sides.
They had lost to Arsenal in the final the year before that triumph and after successive to losses to the Gunners, and Liverpool between 2020 and 2022, Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping to lead Chelsea to a winning experience at Wembley this time around.
The 2022 win remains Klopp’s side only FA Cup success, with the club's previous win coming in the memorable 2006 ‘Gerrard final’ against West Ham.
After being two games away from an unprecedented quadruple two years ago, Liverpool were trophy-less and missed out on the last season, and they won’t want another campaign without silverware.
Current Outright Odds - 10/1
Erik ten Hag was unable to add the FA Cup to the EFL Cup that he secured in his first season in the Old Trafford dugout.
The cup win and securing Champions League football represented a fine first season for the Dutchman, and he will be keen to add to his initial success in 2023/24.
Man Utd last won the FA Cup in the 2015/16 season, when Jesse Lingard’s extra-time winner broke the hearts of and a dancing Alan Pardew.
Current Outright Odds - 10/1
Six-time winners Newcastle last won a domestic trophy in 1955, in an era where they won the FA Cup three times in five years.
They’ve been runners-up on three occasions since then, including back-to-back final defeats in the late 1990s where they lost to Arsenal and the Manchester United treble-winning team.
Eddie Howe did guide his side to the final of the EFL Cup last season and with their recent resurgence and financial backing, an end to their trophy drought could be on the cards sooner rather than later.
Current Outright Odds - 14/1
Their last six domestic finals have all come in the EFL Cup, with two victories in 1998/99 and 2007/08, but they have suffered successive defeats in each of their last three attempts.
Spurs fans will be hoping that Ange Postecoglou is the man to lead them to their first trophy-winning campaign in 15 years.
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