Manchester City are near even money favourites to win the FA Cup after the last-eight draw today.
Manuel Pellegrini's men were handed the chance to take revenge on the reigning champions, Wigan, who pulled off a major surprise with a 1-0 defeat of City in last year's final.
And, in what was a draw to savour, we can look forward to an all-Premier League tie between title chasing Arsenal and Europe-chasers Everton, and the possibility of a Sheffield derby after United pulled off an upset defeat of Nottingham Forest. Sheffield Wednesday must beat Charlton in their rearranged fifth round tie to set up the Steel City clash.
Sunderland (20.019/1) will play the winner of the Monday night meeting between Brighton and Hull on the south coast.
Goals from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Lukas Podolski took Arsenal, 4.3100/30 to win the Cup, past Liverpool as the Gunners gained revenge of sorts for last weekend's 5-1 hammering at Anfield.
The win was not fancied by Betfair customers who pushed Wenger's men out to near 3.02/1 before kick-off with the home side playing a weakened side including Fabianski in goal and Carl Jenkinson and Nacho Monreal in the back four.
A Steven Gerrard penalty threated to haul Liverpool back into the game, but they were unable to force an equaliser.
The shock of the day came at Bramall Lane where struggling Sheffield United came from a goal behind to beat Nottingham Forest, promotion chasers in the Championship.
A late rally of goal saw United break a 1-1 deadlock with Chris Porter scoring from the penalty spot and then from close range to take his team to a 3-1 win. That scoreline was backed at 600.0599/1 on Betfair!
In the day's early kick-off, Roberto Martinez's Everton were easy winners of their clash with Swansea. Debutant Lacina Traore opened the scoring only for Jonathan de Guzman to strike back before halftime for Garry Monk's much-changed side.
However, the Toffees made short work of their opponents after the break, scoring twice to stroll to a 3-1 win. Everton are 9.417/2 to win the competition.