FA Cup predictions: Selections for quarter-finals
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FA Cup predictions: Selections for quarter-finals

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We’ve got four selections from this weekend’s quarter-final ties for our latest FA Cup predictions and are eyeing a 29/2 accumulator.

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Man City to beat Burnley to nil @ 78/100

The Blues warmed up for this match with an incredible 7-0 demolition of RB Leipzig in the Champions League, with Erling Haaland hitting the back of the net five times on Tuesday night. The Norway sensation has been rested for two of City’s three FA Cup ties so far, though, so the defence will de determined to do their bit again on Saturday. Pep Guardiola’s side have claimed clinical clean-sheet victories over Chelsea, Arsenal and Bristol City in this competition and the Spaniard will not want to give anything away against former captain Vincent Kompany.

Sheff Utd vs Blackburn leader wins @ 42/100

Blackburn have featured in 44 games in all competitions this season and in 34 of those matches, the team which scored first has gone on to claim victory. That has been the case in both Championship encounters with Sheffield United, with the Blades prevailing 3-0 at Bramall Lane back in August and Rovers gaining revenge with a 1-0 success at Ewood Park earlier this month. With the added pressure of a trip to Wembley on the line, whoever hits the front on Sunday will fight tooth and nail to stay ahead and go through.

Brighton -2 goals vs Grimsby @ 21/20

Grimsby have enjoyed a fairytale run, knocking out Plymouth, Cambridge, Burton and Luton before upsetting the odds with a 2-1 win over Premier League outfit Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium, with over 4,000 fans making the long journey south. The Mariners will again be well supported for their first FA Cup quarter-final in 84 years but we fear the League Two outfit will receive a reality check. Brighton’s fluid style of play means they are capable of carving open inferior opposition defences at will, as highlighted by a 3-0 win at Forest Green in the EFL Cup and a 5-1 romp at Middlesbrough in this competition.

Man Utd to beat Fulham & BTTS @ 2/1

United have already won the EFL Cup this season, are still going strong in the Europa League and look good for a top-four finish in the Premier League, so they are worthy favourites to come out on top here, having previously seen off Everton, Reading and West Ham at Old Trafford in earlier rounds. However, all three of those visiting teams did manage to grab a consolation goal and the Red Devils may again be vulnerable at the back without the suspended Casemiro to sit in front of their defence. Both teams have scored in six of their last seven meetings with Fulham, so this looks a nice price for our FA Cup predictions.

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