Ah, here’s Degs with all his FA Cup tips…
Chelsea v Hull City
Winning tips obviously to follow but first I feel I need to vent. Some cheeky c**t has only hacked my eBay and bought a f**king dildo from Costa Rica, some golf balls and a pair of trainers. I mean what is going on with people? What kind of thing is happening here?
Willian, who I am satisfied probably had nothing to do with the fraud, is an 11/2 chance to score first for Chelsea against Hull and that’s a fair price for a player who has weighed in with eight goals for the Blues this season.
Betting: Willian to score first at 11/2 (bet365)
Leicester City v Sheffield United
The Foxes have lost just one of their last nine games at home and given they are unlikely to crack the top six in the Premier League will surely have a go in the Cup from here? Sheffield United pounded out a fine 2-1 win over Leeds last weekend but their record form has been very iffy and this looks a banker home win.
Betting: Leicester to win and both teams to score at 5/2 (Coral)
Sheffield Wednesday v Swansea City
The story here is Carlos Carvalhal’s return to Hillsborough as Swansea boss but we fancy Tammy Abraham – who bagged twice against Notts County in the last round – to steal the headlines.
Betting: Abraham to score first at 5/1 (Paddy Power)
Brighton v Coventry City
‘You’re wondering now, what to do, now you know this is the end.’
Specials. Coventry. Overs.
Betting: Over 2.5 goals at 6/4 (Hills)
West Brom v Southampton
Nearly 2/1 West Brom? After what they did at Anfield. Yes for me, Clive.
Betting: West Brom to win 2/1 at 11/1 (Sky Bet)
Huddersfield Town v Manchester United
Changes galore for this. From both sides. Much posturing and hands in pockets from Jose. Form is temporary. Class is permanent.
Betting: Paul Pogba Man of the Match at 4/1 (Paddy Power)
Rochdale v Tottenham
Regular readers of this column will know I have an obsession with Fernando Llorente to score first in these type of affairs. So at the risk of sounding boring, I give you Llorente at 7/2.
Betting: Llorente to score first at 7/2 (bet365)
Wigan v Manchester City
The Citizens travel to Wigan on Monday in a repeat of the 2013 FA Cup final and it’s 20/1 the Latics to win at the DW Stadium. Meanwhile, back in the real world, the quadruple is still on and so City won’t be messing about. The Champions elect have shipped goals in just three of their last eight FA Cup matches so City to win to nil is red hot. Much like my eBay account.
Betting: Manchester City to win to nil at 9/10 (Bet Victor)