It’s FA Cup time again as in the fifth round many big Premier League teams clash for a place in the final eight of the famous competition

Manchester United v West Ham, Everton v Tottenham, Wolves v Southampton and Leicester City v Brighton are the four Premier League clashes while some big boys have tricky tests against championship teams

Chelsea travel to Barnsley, who have been in great shape over the past few weeks, and Manchester City to Swansea City, Sheffield United host Bristol City and Burnley host Bournemouth in two games that also have great potential

The eight winners of these games will be announced on the weekend of March 20th March play in the quarterfinals

Below you will find the FA Cup odds provided by our partner PointsBet as well as the full predictions as the fifth round promises a lot.Remember: All FA Cup games this year must have extra time on that day and penalty shootouts are decided if necessary, and without re-runs

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12:30 pm ET: Swansea City v Manchester City
2:30 p.m. ET: Leicester City v Brighton
2:30 p.m. ET: Sheffield United v Bristol City
15th3pm ET: Everton v Tottenham

(130) Burnley v Bournemouth (220) Tie: 225
(-160) Manchester United v West Ham (400) Draw: 320
(1200) Swansea City v Manchester City (-450) Tie: 525
(-145) Sheffield United v Bristol City (425) Tie: 270
(-115) Leicester City v Brighton (300) Draw: 270
(165) Everton v Tottenham (180) Tie: 215
(140) Wolves v Southampton (205) tie: 220
(900) Barnsley vs. Chelsea (-325) Draw: 440

Swansea City 1-3 Manchester City
Leicester City 1-1 Brighton (Brighton wins on penalties)
Sheffield United 0-1 Bristol City
Everton 2-2 Tottenham (Everton win on penalties)

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