Hull City are one game away from reaching the FA Cup quarter-final, but Arsenal stand in their way.
The Gunners head to the KC Stadium hoping to break down a resolute defence that held firm in the Emirates to force this replay.
However, since then the Tigers have struggled and not shown the kind of form that got them into the Championship promotion picture.
Steve Bruce’s men managed a 1-0 over Ipswich Town in the game immediately following the cup stalemate, but have not scored in the two games since.
Sheffield Wednesday, who have not won in four, held Hull to a draw and the Tigers lost their last outing, being edged out by Birmingham City 1-0.
This loss of form and goals is not great preparation for facing a team sitting third in the Premier League and, despite their own problems, the Gunners have to backed at 67/100.
Being knocked out of the FA Cup is going to be just the start of a bad night for Hull, with a number of Championship games also taking place.
The Tigers are currently third in the table, three points behind Middlesbrough, who, in turn are one point behind Burnley in the automatic promotion places.
Both are in action tonight and will be able to open up a greater gap between them and the Yorkshire club.
Boro travel to Rotherham to face a side languishing in the relegation zone and on the back of three wins in their last four outings.
The Millers haven’t beaten the Riversiders since England won the World Cup and the 4/5 price of an away victory has to be invested in.
Meanwhile, Burnley are also on the road as they make the trip to west London to face Fulham.
The former Europa League finalists are only five points off the bottom three and have won just twice in 2016.
To make matters worse, the Cottagers are the third-worst home team in the league and their record is not going to improve against table-topping Burnley, who are priced at 6/5 to emerge victorious.
The terrible treble for Hull comes in at just over 56/10 and would be a wise investment for punters looking to profit off the Tigers’ misery.