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FA Cup Tips: Man City to concede on day of home glory

Betting Tips | Article posted on March 8th, 2014

“Wigan have scored two or more in each of their last four away fixtures and have netted in their last nine FA Cup ties away from the DW Stadium.”
Best Bet: Back both teams to score in Man City v Wigan @ 2.546/4

Michael Lintorn previews Sunday’s three FA Cup quarter-finals, tipping Sheffield United and Hull to triumph…
Sheffield United v Charlton, Sunday 12:00, BT Sport 1, Match Odds: Sheffield United 2.285/4, Charlton 3.613/5, The Draw 3.412/5
Charlton boss Chris Powell celebrated their FA Cup fifth-round replay win at Sheffield Wednesday by swinging from a crossbar at Hillsborough, but is unlikely to get the chance to complete the Steel City set at Bramall Lane. Sheffield United are a league below the Londoners, yet look worthy favourites.
Powell’s side have cast aside Championship relegation worries to eliminate Oxford, Huddersfield and Wednesday. However, none were in the kind of form Sheffield United boast. The Blades’ season was transformed by knocking Fulham out. Seven wins in a row have followed – the latter five to nil.
Whereas Charlton have had it fairly easy so far in the cup, their hosts have seen off three teams from higher divisions: Premier League pair Aston Villa and Fulham and Championship promotion chasers Nottingham Forest. They are unbeaten in ten at home, winning the last four, and should prosper again.
Recommended Bet: Back Sheffield United to win @ 2.285/4
Hull v Sunderland, Sunday 14:00, ITV, Match Odds: Hull 2.245/4, Sunderland 3.7511/4, The Draw 3.412/5
Sunderland’s cup expertise will lead many to judge them a great bet at 3.7511/4 despite losing twice to Hull already this term, though two factors force this writer to disagree.
Hull, unlike Sunderland, haven’t suffered a 90-minute cup defeat in seven 2013/14 ties, exiting the Capital One Cup on penalties after a laudable 2-2 draw away to Tottenham. Additionally, every single cup triumph achieved by the Black Cats this season came at the Stadium of Light. Their only ventures beyond Wearside came in the Capital One Cup semi-finals and finals, and they lost both.
Gus Poyet’s men have lost three of their last four on the road, while the last four League Cup final losers all failed to win their next clash with a club from their division. Hull’s recent home reverses to Southampton and Newcastle imply a slipping of standards, but they excel against teams at their level or lower.
Ten home games with sides tenth or lower in the Premier League or Football League opponents have produced six wins, three draws and seven clean sheets.
Recommended Bet: Back Hull to win @ 2.245/4
Man City v Wigan, Sunday 16:05, BT Sport 1, Match Odds: Man City 1.171/6, Wigan 21.020/1, The Draw 9.417/2
Man City are by far the shortest quarter-final favourites, yet there is certainly a

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