The FA Cup swings into focus on Tuesday evening, with third round replays taking place. The juicy games take place on Wednesday, with Arsenal facing Swansea and Manchester United taking on West Ham, but there are nine games on Tuesday.
With that in mind, we like the look of a small stake, big return accumulator. The first selection comes in the all-Premier League affair. West Brom entertain Queens Park Rangers and despite the noises coming out of Loftus Road that this is a key focus, QPR's sole aim for the rest of the season is Premier League survival. West Brom are well placed in the league and could push on for a place in Europe, but that is also open to them via the FA Cup and Steve Clarke’s men are too big to ignore at 4/5.
Martin O’Neill’s Sunderland are a difficult team to read, they have a recent win over Manchester City to their name, but were abject in a loss to Liverpool. However, they were impressive against West Ham at the weekend and take them to follow up and beat Bolton – which is 8/13.
Provided John Walters does not decide to add to his own goals tally, Stoke should have too much for Crystal Palace at the Britannia – 4/6 – and the acca is completed by Wigan who are 6/4 shots to win on the road at Bournemouth. If all four make their way into the winners’ enclosure, that pays a shade over 11/1.