Ahead of the weekend’s FA Cup matches, we are on the lookout for big odds. The FA Cup is known for its surprises, and here are a few that might happen this weekend with overall odds of 18.29. You might want to add one or two to your bet slip! Bet on the FA Cup here.
Bristol City v Wolves – Double Chance 1/X – 1.95
Bristol City haven’t lost since November and they’ve won nine games in a row in all competitions, conceding only three goals in the process. The Robins have scored in each of their last nine home games in all competitions. In the third and fourth round in the FA Cup they knocked out Premier League side Huddersfield, as well as Championship rivals Bolton Wanderers at Ashton Gate. In their last 15 games, they have won 11 and drawn four. Wolves have delivered giant-killing performances in the top-flight but Bristol City’ home form and confidence might help them prevail.
Swansea City v Brentford FC – Swansea Win – 2.60
Swansea have only lost two of their last 10 matches in all competitions and are just seven points adrift off the playoff spots in the Championship. They have already knocked out Aston Villa and Gillingham, and Brentford have struggled away from home this season. They have won only won one away game since August 2018. The hosts are unbeaten in their last five home games, winning three of them which gives them a better chance going into this game.
Brighton & Hove Albion v Derby County – Both Teams to Score – 1.85
Brighton host another tough Championship side, Derby County, on Saturday at the Amex. The home side have only failed to score in three fixtures out of ten while the Rams have scored in eight of their last ten matches in all competitions. In fact, Frank Lampard’s men have only failed to score in just three of their last fifteen away matches. Although Brighton are really struggling to get results at home, they have scored in seven of their last ten games there, making it very possible that both men between the sticks will be breached.
AFC Wimbledon v Millwall – Millwall Win – 1.95
These relegation-threatened sides are hoping the FA Cup can be the silver lining in their dismal campaigns. Despite a poor run in League One, the hosts can take pride in an impressive 4-2 win over Premier League side West Ham in the fourth round. The downside is that, in their last 15 home matches, they’ve registered just four wins. Millwall also eliminated another Premier League side, Everton, but are also in deep trouble in the Championship. However, they’ve lost just two of their last ten and won five of those fixtures. Millwall will be confident heading into this match knowing the Dons have also lost three of their last four at home.