18/1 fourfold on Stoke City, Bristol City and other FA Cup specials

18/1 fourfold on Stoke City, Bristol City and other FA Cup specials

18/1 fourfold on Stoke City, Bristol City and other FA Cup specials

It’s FA Cup 5th Round time this week and with the Quarter Finals in sight, tonight and tomorrow’s winners will be dreaming about a trip to Wembley.

Here’s our 18/1 fourfold for you to take a look at!

Stoke City vs Brighton

Tue 28 Feb, 19:15

Back Brighton to win to nil
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Stoke City’s recent form can be described as patchy at best. The Potters have won five and lost six of their last 13 matches in all competitions and find themselves down towards the lower end of the Championship table.

Premier League opponents Brighton in contrast have lost just one of their last eight and are just outside the European places in the top flight.

The Seagulls rarely concede more than once in a game and against a Stoke side that have failed to find the net in four of their last six, Roberto De Zerbi’s men can come through this tie with their clean sheet intact.


Bristol City vs Manchester City

Tue 28 Feb, 20:00

Back both teams to score
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Bristol City are on a terrific run of form under Nigel Pearson, unbeaten in 12 matches in all competitions. During that run of games they have only failed to score once and the Robins will fancy their chances of netting against Pep Guardiola’s superstars.

Manchester City have conceded in each of their last six games and while they’ve only lost one of those, there’s enough to suggest Bristol City can have some joy in front of goal.

With City expected to rotate the squad, this should be an entertaining contest and we’re backing both teams to score.


Manchester United vs West Ham

Wed 1 March, 19:45

Back Marcus Rashford to score and Man United to win
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Coming into this one off the back of their Wembley success against Newcastle in the Carabao Cup Final, Manchester United will be flying and nobody more so than Marcus Rashford.

United’s Number 10 has now been credited with the second goal in that victory over Newcastle and he’s now netted 17 times in his last 19 games.

It was Rashford who was the difference between these two sides when they met in the league at Old Trafford back in October and he can have a major part to play this time around too.

West Ham got a much-needed three points at the weekend against Nottingham Forest but the Hammers’ attention is very much on Premier League survival so we’d expect Manchester United to advance from this one.

Sheffield United vs Tottenham

Wed 1 March, 19:55

Back Tottenham to win
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Sheffield United are riding high in the Championship and have a healthy cushion on third-place Middlesbrough, despite losing to them earlier in the month.

That defeat was the Blades’ first loss in 13 matches and Paul Heckingbottom’s side will see this cup clash as a bit of a free hit and a chance to take the game to a big Premier League side.

But that approach may well play right into Tottenham’s hands as they excel on the counter-attack. The Londoners are starting to find some consistency with five wins in their last seven and the incentive of moving one step closer to a first trophy since 2008 should drive them on to get the job done at Bramall Lane.