An old-fashioned Cup tie played in dreadful conditions and Dumbarton certainly played their part in the 0-0 draw with Premiership side Dundee at the weekend.

The Dark Blues will be odds on favourites for the replay at Dens Park next week, however, and the Sons are out to 500/1 from 250/1 at BetVictor to lift the trophy in the spring.

Celtic remain odds on 4/6 favourites for Cup glory with Rangers 10s, Hearts, Inverness CT and Ross County 12s, Hibs 14s and the two Dundee sides 16/1.

Back to the Championship this weekend for the Sons and a visit to Cappielow Park and a Morton side who put four past League Two Annan in the Cup at the weekend and are 66/1 for Cup glory.

The sides drew 0-0 at Morton back in September before the Greenock side took all three points with a 2-1 win fat the Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium at the end of October.

The game is the first of three successive away games for Dumbarton with the replay with Dundee coming after trips to Morton and St Mirren in the Championship.

Leicester City are the 7/4 favourites for the Premier League with BetVictor with Arsenal 9/4, City 7/2 and Spurs 5/1 in what is now a four-horse race.

The Foxes travel to the Emirates for a High Noon showdown next Sunday and if they return to the East Midlands with no worse than a draw one could argue the title is theirs to lose.

It is an extraordinary story and Leicester were 2500/1 to win the league when we started betting on the April 20, 2015 and hit 3000/1 on August 5. They were cut to 1000/1 at the end of October and were still 100/1 on the 22nd of November. They were still 25/1 on January 13 but have no cup distractions and their 3-1 win at the Etihad last weekend was a real eye-opener.

Arsenal are 7/10 favourites to cut the Foxes lead to two points and with City (Evens) entertaining Spurs (29/10) later in the afternoon it is indeed a Super Sunday of Premier League action.

West Ham entertain Liverpool in the FA Cup midweek and it will be fascinating if the Reds’ persevere with the same young inexperienced XI at the Boleyn Ground. Jurgen Klopp is likely to be missing again from the dugout with appendicitis and the 7/5 for a Hammers win looks a very fair price.

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