Paolo Di Canio’s Swindon travel to Leicester hoping to cause another upset and progress to the fifth round of the FA Cup.
It took the Foxes two games to secure their tie with the League Two outfit, drawing 0-0 away at east Midlands rivals Nottingham Forest before comfortably winning 4-0 in the replay.
The Robins, meanwhile, produced the shock of the third round when they beat Premier League side Wigan Athletic 2-1 at the County Ground.
Looking at the odds, no repeat shock is expected, with Leicester available at 57/100, the away win at 19/4 and the draw priced at 29/10.
With only Manchester City and Charlton Athletic having a better defensive record than Swindon out of the 92 league clubs, I expect a tight encounter on Saturday at King Power Stadium.
A Leicester win in the 0-1 handicap market stands out at 31/20. Despite the likelihood of a few players being rested by boss Nigel Pearson, their quality and home advantage should see them through.
Leicester come into this game having beaten Southampton 2-0 at St Mary’s but they have been relatively inconsistent in recent games.
Swindon, for their part, are in good form, having won five of the last six matches and are just one place away from the automatic promotion places.
The last time these sides met was in the 2008-09 League One season – when both encounters were drawn – and now they are two divisions apart.
But perhaps the best play of all is to back more goals to be scored in the second half than the first, which is priced at 23/20.
There have been a total of 127 goals scored in Leicester and Swindon’s matches combined this season and 69 of them have arrived after half-time.
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