Wolves can currently be backed at best odds of 17/2* with Paddy Power to win the FA Cup following their 1-0 fifth round win at Bristol City on Sunday.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, who have made such an impressive return to the Premier League this season, joined Watford, Brighton, Millwall, Man City, Crystal Palace and Swansea in the draw for the quarter-finals, with the winner of Monday night’s clash between Chelsea and Manchester United set to complete the picture.
Ivan Cavaleiro’s first-half strike was enough for Wolves, who needed a stoppage-time equaliser to force a replay with Shrewsbury in the previous round – having knocked out Liverpool previously.
Man City, who won 4-1 at Newport on Saturday evening, remain the favourites to lift the trophy, with most bookmakers offering Pep Guardiola’s side at 11/10*.
The outcome of Monday’s match at Stamford Bridge, plus the quarter-final draw, will clearly have a huge bearing on the market, but for the time being holders Chelsea and United are second and third in the betting.
|*All odds quoted are subject to change|