13/1 fourfold on Leicester City, Fulham and other FA Cup specials

13/1 fourfold on Leicester City, Fulham and other FA Cup specials

13/1 fourfold on Leicester City, Fulham and other FA Cup specials

The FA Cup takes centre stage this weekend and its fourth round time in the World’s longest standing cup competition.

To help you enjoy the action, here’s a 13/1 fourfold that could deliver a winning return.

Walsall VS Leicester City

Sat 28 Jan, 12:30

Back under 2.5 goals
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Leicester City’s form since the domestic season resumed after the World Cup has been decidedly poor. Their solitary victory in the seven matches in that time came in the last round of the FA Cup against League Two Gillingham.

Brendan Rodgers’ out-of-sorts side face another League Two opponent on Saturday in Walsall and with The Saddlers performing significantly better than Gillingham so far this season, Leicester may face a more difficult challenge than they did in their 1-0 win.

The Foxes have struggled for goals of late, failing to score in four of their last seven and if they do avoid a giant killing here, it may well be by a narrow margin again.

Fulham VS Sunderland

Sat 28 Jan, 15:00

Back Fulham to win
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Fulham have suffered back-to-back league defeats but it’s far from doom and gloom in West London. Marco Silva’s side sit seventh in the table and the last time they were beaten twice on the bounce, they went on a five game winning run.

With no threat of relegation to worry about, the Cottagers can give it a real go in the FA Cup this season and they should have too much for their Championship opponents on Saturday.

Sunderland are one of a host of teams battling to get into the coveted play-off spots and it would be understandable if their attention was focused more heavily on league fixtures.

It won’t be an easy tie for Fulham but they will see this as the perfect game to get back to winning ways.

Preston VS Tottenham

Sat 28 Jan, 18:00

Back Tottenham to win
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Preston’s last four Championship wins have all come away from home and strangely the Lillywhites have performed much better on the road than they have at Deepdale.

Ryan Lowe’s side have lost half of their home matches so far this campaign, winning just three of 14 and while there is sure to be a lively atmosphere on Saturday for the visit of Spurs, the Premier League outfit are firm favourites to advance to the next round.

Antonio Conte’s Tottenham have only lost one of their last five away league games and with a strong lineup expected, the North Londoners should book their place in the 5th Round.


Brighton VS Liverpool

Sun 29 Jan, 13:30

Back a draw
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These two sides met in the Premier League just two weeks ago and Brighton ran out resounding 3-0 winners. Jurgen Klopp will be expecting a very different performance from his Liverpool side this time around and we’re tipping the Reds to restore some pride by forcing a replay at Anfield.

Brighton are full of goals, having netted 14 in their last four games and Roberto De Zerbi’s team will be full of confidence. In stark contrast, Liverpool have scored just four times in their last five games and registered only one win.

But form largely goes out the window in these cup competitions and with the returning Darwin Nunez adding to Klopp’s attacking options, we can see this one ending all square.