With the semi-final line-up for the 2012 FA Cup confirmed, Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea have been installed as joint-favourites to win the competition with bwin.
Last night, Everton beat Sunderland 2-0 at the Stadium of Light to set up an all-Merseyside semi-final against Liverpool.
Meanwhile, at White Hart Lane, Tottenham eased past Bolton to book a last-four meeting with Chelsea.
Liverpool and Everton are in action first, with their match due to take place at Wembley at 3pm on Saturday, April 14th.
Tottenham and Chelsea will battle it out for a place in the final a day later.
Of the two semi-finals, the game between the two London rivals looks the hardest to call: with the match taking place on neutral ground, both clubs are priced at 17/20 to reach the final.
Everton have beaten Chelsea and Tottenham in the last two months and have won each of their last six FA Cup semi-finals, meaning they could be good bets to reach the final at the very least.
The Merseyside derby is more clear-cut: Liverpool are favourites at 57/100 to make it through, leaving Everton as 5/4 outsiders.
This is reflected in bwin’s outright winner football betting market, where Spurs, Liverpool and Chelsea are all priced at 12/5 for cup success, with Everton at 4/1.
However, the Toffees should not be discounted too quickly: they were impressive in their 2-0 victory over the Black Cats in their quarter-final replay last night.
They have also beaten Chelsea and Tottenham in the last two months, have won each of their last six FA Cup semi-finals and, with Liverpool faltering, Everton could be good bets to reach the final at the very least.
At odds of 5/4, a successful £25 free bet on Everton to reach the FA Cup final would return £56.25, with the free bet available to new customers who sign up for a bwin account.
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