William Hill - The Cup Kings
At the start of the season William Hill announced they were to be the official sponsor of the William Hill Scottish Cup, and we've done it again by agreeing a deal to become the official betting partner of the FA Cup.
To celebrate this joint cup campaign, we're offering you industry leading prices on EVERY team in England and Scotland to win their respective competitions.
So whether you're a Rangers or Celtic man (both 9/4) north of the border, or you back the blue half (7/1) of Manchester as opposed to the red half (10/1), you'll not have to look anywhere else to find the best price!
It's an offer that spreads across all our channels; pick up the phone, you'll get the best price! Go down the bookies, we'll beat the other shops!* Get on your mobile, you'll not get a better price! Log-in to your PC, you'll see a sea of bold prices on Oddschecker!
*We will beat or match the high-street bookies Bet Fred, Coral and Ladbrokes.
These great deals just continue to confirm William Hill's standing as the Home of Betting, we support ESPN's European football coverage, we're the official betting partner to the SPL and we are now behind two of the greatest domestic cup competitions in the world.
It should be a cracking weekend of live cup football, with five games in England, and three top ties in Scotland.
The action gets underway when Birmingham (150/1) take on their midlands rivals Wolves (100/1) at 12:30 on ESPN, while at the same time Dundee's (66/1) meeting with Kilmarnock (33/1) will be screened on BBC Scotland.
At 15:00 there's a whole host of games kicking-off in England and Scotland, and you'll be able to bet In-Play on them with a huge range of markets available.
Saturday's action concludes when Bristol Rovers (2500/1) entertain Aston Villa (33/1) in front of the ESPN cameras.
On Sunday, the clash we've all been waiting for, Man City v Man Utd takes centre stage on ITV1, and Ferguson Junior's Peterborough (500/1) take on Sunderland (50/1) after that.
In Scotland, the big two are in action also, Arbroath (2000/1) take on Rangers, while the holders Celtic travel to Peterhead (2000/1), both matches can be seen on Sky Sports 1.
The final game of the FA Cup weekend sees Arsene Wenger's Arsenal (9/1) take on Centenary Cup winners Leeds United (300/1) at the Emirates, with ESPN showing all the action.