League One sides Stevenage and Notts County face off in the fourth round of the FA Cup having knocked out higher division sides in the last round.
Stevenage scored an impressive 1-0 win over Reading at the Madjeski Stadium, while the Magpies saw off another Championship outfit, Doncaster Rovers, to seal their place in the draw.
With both sides looking to have a chance at playing a Premier League team in the last 16, it should be a high-tempo affair at Broadhall Way this afternoon.
In bwin’s 3Way football betting market you can get Stevenage at evens, while a Notts County win is at 13/5 and a draw is at 12/5.
Stevenage have been in superb form, the third best of any team in League One over the past six matches, even though they recently lost manager Graham Westley.
They have also enjoyed a strong affinity with the cup in the past couple of seasons, having knocked out Newcastle United last year before their success against the Royals.
Stevenage boast the second-best defence in League One, so look at the possibility of them shutting out the Nottinghamshire side at 33/20.
By contrast, County, who trivia fans will know are the oldest club in the world, have had a tough time in recent weeks, having not won in the league for eight games.
The Magpies have regularly collapsed in the second half of their matches and it would be no surprise if the same is true today against a stubborn Stevenage side.
Using the free £25 bet available to new bwin customers, bet on the game to be a draw at half time and for Stevenage to win it in the second half at 17/4 and you could earn yourself a tidy £131 if successful.
That’s almost as much incentive for cash as the chairmen of the two sides playing in this fourth-round tie will hope their respective teams possess.
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