Four simple FA Cups bets to place this Saturday
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Four simple FA Cups bets to place this Saturday

Here are Futaa's best picks ahead of this Saturday's FA Cup action!

🏟 Barnsley vs Norwich

Norwich come into this clash with nine wins from 11 matches and their good run should help them by the hosts. Last term the Canaries made it to the quarter-finals of this competition despite sitting bottom of the Premier League and their renewed confidence this term should help them pass Championship opposition. We’re backing an away win in this clash.

🧠 TIP: Norwich win at FT

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🏟 Millwall vs Bristol City

Millwall haven’t won in their last eight home games and they come into this one with a poor defensive record here. the Lions have kept one clean sheet in their last 12 outings at the Den, leaving them vulnerable going into this one. Meanwhile, Bristol City have conceded in 10 of their last 11 away games. With both teams scoring in four of the last five clashes between these two, we’re backing BTTS as our prediction here.

🧠 TIP: BTTS at FT

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🏟 Sheffield United vs Plymouth Argyle

The Pirates plundered two goals against their Premier League antagonists, however, which is probably unsurprising given the Blades’ defensive record this term, and having collected just a single clean sheet in 21 competitive assignments this season, United could concede again on Saturday. Plymouth notched three times in the previous round at Huddersfield, in fact, they have failed to register just once in their last 10 fixtures overall since early December, and Argyle could leave Bramall Lane with a consolation this weekend. With match result markets too short for our liking, our research suggests backing both teams to score could be rewarded this week.

🧠 TIP: BTTS at FT

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🏟 Brighton vs Blackpool

Blackpool were one of the previous round’s giant-killers when they eliminated top-flight strugglers WBA on penalty kicks in early January, and The Tangerines showed enough attacking intent in their 2-2 normal time draw to suggest they can impact the scoresheet again at the AMEX Stadium. Brighton were also taken to spot-kicks in their Third Round test against League Two side Newport County, however, with home advantage key, Albion are expected to get the job done inside 90 minutes this weekend.

🧠 TIP: Brighton win at FT

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