WMB TV – FA Cup 4th Round Tips

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WMB TV – FA Cup 4th Round Tips


Friday 26th January 2018



Yeovil v Man Utd

  • Will – “MAN UNITED have kept clean sheets in each of their last 11 cup ties against teams in 4th tier or lower. MAN UNITED have won 4 successive matches and have kept a clean sheet in each of their last 5 in all competitions.” – To keep a clean sheet – Manchester United

Saturday 27th January 2018



Peterborough v Leicester


Huddersfield v Birmingham

  • Will – “HUDDERSFIELD have won just 1 of their last 7 competitive matches (W1 D3 L3) SAM GALLAGHER has scored in 5 of his last 7 games for Birmingham.” – To score at any time – Sam Gallagher

Middlesbrough v Brighton

  • Tom – “Pretty much a banker with these 2 teams. BORO have won 4 of the last 6 games, and have kept clean sheets in 3 of those, and Since Tony Pulis took charge they’ve not been beaten by more than 1 goal. BRIGHTON have only won 1 of their last 13 Premier League games, and failed to score in 9 of them.” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under

Notts County v Swansea

  • Tom – “Surely they’ll be too strong? NOTTS COUNTY have lost their last 2 home games 2-1. SWANSEA have picked up 4 points in their last 2 away games in the league and beat Wolves away in the previous round. They’ve also only lost 1 game in the 6 that Carlos Carvahal has been in charge.” – Tip

Southampton v Watford

  • Tom – “Easy money this one. Between them they only have 1 win in their last 11 matches apiece. Southampton’s last 5 home league matches have all seen BTTS and Watford have not kept a clean sheet November.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes

Wigan v West Ham

  • Olly – “Wigan are unbeaten in 14 games in all competitions. ONLY Man Utd and Man City have won more competitive games across the top 4 tiers in England than Wigan this season. BONKERS. West Ham are without all of their main strikers too, due to injury. I smell an upset.” – Match Outcome – Wigan Athletic

Newport County v Spurs

  • Olly – “SPURS have progressed in each of their last 15 FA Cup ties as a top-flight side against teams from the fourth tier or lower. NEWPORT haven’t won a FA Cup match against top-flight opponent since January 1964. This is a no brainer.” – Half-time/Full-time – Tottenham Hotspur/Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool v West Brom

  • Olly – “The last time they met in the league the score was 0-0. West Brom look like they have turned a corner now in their form, picking up 2 wins and a draw in their last 3 matches after being winless in the 21 games prior to that. They will make it difficult, but Liverpool will edge it in the 2nd half.” – Half-time/Full-time – Draw/Liverpool

Sunday 28th January 2018



Chelsea v Newcastle

  • Tom – “I think both teams will rest players, but Chelsea should be too strong. CHELSEA have conceded just 6 goals in their last 12 matches, and have kept 8 clean sheets in this time. NEWCASTLE have lost their last 5 visits to Stamford Bridge and are fighting a relegation battle.” – To keep a clean sheet – Chelsea



Cardiff City v Man City

  • Tom – “I think Cardiff will keep it tight in the first half, but City will break them down. CARDIFF have only conceded 10 goals in 14 at home games this season. MAN CITY have the best away record in the Premier league, and only Liverpool have scored more goals on the road.” – Half-time/Full-time – Draw/Manchester City