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Updated: 02/03/2024

There’s more FA Cup fourth-round action to enjoy today, with plenty of tasty ties to get stuck into.

With potential for cupsets across the country, we’ve looked ahead to the pick of today’s fixtures.

We get started at the Crown Ground…

Accrington Stanley v Derby County (12:30pm)

Stanley have only won once so far in 2019. Can they raise their game in a big cup tie? They’ve got it all to do against a Derby side that has already knocked two Premier League sides out of the cups this season.

Frank Lampard’s side are 17/20 favourites, but Stanley will want to impress on live TV. It’s 14/5 for Derby and Both Teams to Score.

Brighton & Hove Albion v West Bromwich Albion (3:00pm)

Could we be in for an upset at the Amex Stadium? Brighton look safe from the drop and can afford to field a strong side here. But West Brom have won five of their last six games on the road.

With Dwight Gayle and Jay Rodriguez in attack, the Baggies have the firepower to cause real problems.

There’s 4/5 about the Championship side getting something in the Double Chance market. Gayle is 9/5 to net here, with Rodriguez at 19/10.

Newcastle United v Watford (3:00pm)

It’s an all-Premier League clash at St James’ Park, where both sides are likely to make plenty of changes.

Newcastle have had a pretty grim campaign so far. The cup can provide some respite, but they’ve lost four of their last six games against Watford. The visitors are 6/4 favourites here.

This could be a scrappy game with two unfamiliar line-ups on show. We go 3/4 for under 2.5 goals.

Isaac Success will be eager to impress for the Hornets and earn more playing time. He’s 23/10 to score anytime.

Millwall v Everton (5:30pm)

Can Everton use the cup to restore some momentum? A trip to The Den can be daunting, but our traders have them at 8/11 to progress.

But it could take a while for a rotated Toffees side to get going. You can get 10/3 on Draw/Everton in the Half Time / Full Time market.

Cenk Tosun is also 7/5 to get a confidence-boosting goal.

AFC Wimbledon v West Ham United (7:45pm)

AFC Wimbledon lost 3-1 when they hosted West Ham in the Carabao Cup back in August. The Hammers are 2/5 to leave with another win, while a repeat of that 3-1 scoreline is going for 11/1.

With doubts over Marko Arnautovic’s future, Javier Hernandez has a chance to impress here. The Mexico striker is 3/1 to open the scoring.

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All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication

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