Fourth round betting preview and latest odds
The FA Cup fourth round is underway and there’s a host of games to get stuck into this afternoon.
The likes of Accrington Stanley, Newport County and Shrewsbury Town are all hoping to score a cup upset.
So we’ve taken a look at five of the games on show starting with Derby County’s trip to Stanley which is live on BT Sport 2 from 12:30pm.
Accrington Stanley v Derby County (12:30pm)
Accrington Stanley have already knocked out one Championship team in Ipswich Town. You can find them at 16/5 to repeat their heroics.
If Accy are to win then Billy Kee will be vital. Stanley’s top scorer is 23/10 to score anytime.
Derby have been water-tight in the FA Cup, however. They’ve kept a clean sheet in five of their last seven wins in the competition and are 11/5 to win to nil.
Manchester City v Burnley
Manchester City were able to rest some key men after making lightwork of Burton Albion in the League Cup in midweek.
Benjamin Mendy could start this one and expect John Stones to come back into the defence.
The Citizens are 1/12 to ease through to the fifth round. Gabriel Jesus to continue his impressive form in front of goal is 6/10 anytime.
Burnley will try to make this difficult and are 7/1 to win or draw on the double chance.
Middlesbrough v Newport County
Newport dumped Premier League side Leicester City out in the third round. They take on Championship promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough today and are 17/2 to cause another cup-set.
Padraig Amond scored the winner against the Foxes and is 16/5 to bag anytime.
But Boro haven’t lost since Boxing Day and are 4/11 to get the job done.
Newcastle United v Watford
This all Premier League clash could be a tight encounter. The draw which would force a replay at Vicarage Road is 11/5.
The Toon are 15/8 to win and make the fifth round for the first time since the 2005/06 season.
In the anytime goalscorer markets, Salomon Rondon is the home side’s favourite at 13/10 and Ayoze Perez is 14/5.
Watford will look to Troy Deeney at 11/5 and Roberto Pereyra at 12/5 to strike at any point in the match.
AFC Wimbledon v West Ham (7:45pm)
Today’s late kick-off comes from Kingsmeadow as AFC Wimbledon take on West Ham for a second time this season.
The pair met in the Carabao Cup in August as the Hammers ran out 1-3 winners. You can find the same score-line this time out at 11/1.
AFC Wimbledon will hope home comforts count and are 14/1 to win with both teams to score.
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