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Sky Sports journalists and Sky Bet traders preview the weekend's Premier League and FA Cup action in the latest Trading Views podcast.

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Chelsea: Tipped to extend lead at the top of the Premier League

Chelsea: Tipped to extend lead at the top of the Premier League

Host Pete Hall is joined by Sky Bet's Dale Tempest and Sky Sports journalists Pete O'Rourke and Joe Drabble in the search for winning bets.

The guys run through the Premier League action first, focusing on Chelsea's clash with London rivals Tottenham in the Saturday Night Football, with the studio unanimously backing that the Blues to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League.

The panel then turn their attentions to Manchester United's trip to West Brom, with United heavily fancied, but not with any real confidence.

Pete O tips Sunderland to defeat Hull in their FA Cup quarter-final and enjoy another fine cup run. Dale believes Manchester City won't find it that easy against Wigan in their tie, while Joe admits he would love to see Sheffield United book a trip to Wembley.

There's also a £25 free bet to be won in the weekly competition!

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