A bet on Rochdale at the very least, worth considering only because of Newcastle's extraordinarily miserable udebanehistorik in this tournament. Since the 28. January 2006, they have played 16 away matches. They have one win on the hood of this shoal. ONE! And the first came in the house after extra time. A day stops the shoal, of course, but until then it is fun to bet a little coin on it to continue.
It is hard to imagine that Aston Villa want to sacrifice a lot of effort on the FA Cup this season. Not that they necessarily ”put out” at Craven Cottage, but they are certainly to rotate in the squad, for there are important matters that lie ahead.
They are in the middle of a nedrykningskamp in the league, and on Wednesday waiting for a semi-final of the League Cup. They do not have a squad to bet on all three fronts, and the question is only whether Fulham powers to exploit it. Villa lost their past four visits to Craven. I'm going after a handful.
Bother Carlisle from the League the FA Cup? They have already won three matches against lower-ranked opposition in order to achieve this. So bother you well? Bother To Cardiff? Maybe. But the history is certainly not with them.
They won only two of their last nine home games in the FA Cup. And none of the last five, who threw four defeats and one draw by itself. However, they are still so big favorites, that you can play at Carlisle on a disability. I choose the following, which allows the gain on the away win, draw or home win on a goal. Win on two goals give half the deposit back.
It is League 1 at home against the National League here, therefore, two divisions ' difference, but I'm pointing is still not a winner. Instead, I am on target for the pouring into the boxes in the Hartlepools away. Their latest 10 of them had at least three goals. Seven of the last eight also had at least four goals. 11 of their last 12 away games also had both teams on the board.
Again, a bet on a målrig battle, although it must be said that it is not Bournemouth does not have much use of their offensive for the time being. At Luton there should, however, be a chance to fuel some self-confidence. Guests have lost nine away matches in a row in The Championship.
In all nine matches cashed the at least two targets. The last eight in a row had at least three goals. Total cashed Luton 28 goals in those nine away matches. So a little over three boxes in the cut. There would be a chance that Bournemouth can sustain an entertaining history of the FA Cup. Eight of their nine last matches in this featured at least three goals.