Cambridge United boss, Richard Money has likened The Us draw with Manchester United in the FA Cup to hitting the Las Vegas jackpot.

Money played down Cambridge's hopes of an upset immediately after the home contest and knows the odds are firmly against his side earning a fifth round tie at either Preston or Sheffield United.

"If you go to Las Vegas and you play those fruit machines and you win the jackpot - that's probably what the draw was, in terms of Cambridge versus Man United," Money said.

"To get the replay probably means we bought a Lottery ticket and won. Now we've bought a EuroMillions ticket.

"The percentage of chance diminishes because of it, but, because you've got a ticket, you do have a chance. That's how I feel.

"To go there with no belief would be dangerous, but we're well aware of the task in front of us.

"We're going to go there and try to play as well as we can and be as positive as we can."

Cambridge's performance was lauded, but soon overtaken in the public consciousness when Bradford won at Premier League leaders Chelsea, having trailed 2-0, and Middlesbrough beat Manchester City.

"The Man United result was very quickly forgotten, especially because they became favourites to win the cup overnight," Money added.

"It is possible. Those results tell you it's possible. We'll try to have our moments."