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Cup joy for Manchester United, Fulham and Oxford in our weekend five-fold acca

| 17.02.2017

The Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round understandably takes centre-stage this weekend, but there’s also a healthy dose of Football League action to keep us entertained.

And we’ve combined the two to produce we what reckon is a very plausible five-fold.

So, lets crack on, starting with one Premier League heavyweight marching into the FA Cup quarter-finals…

Richard Marsh

Manchester United to beat Blackburn

While I’m sure there will be a Cupset or two this weekend, it won’t be at Ewood Park.

The Emirates FA Cup can only serve as a distraction to Blackburn, who are battling to avoid slipping into League One.

Plus, Manchester United have been near-unbeatable for the last few months, and that’s across four competitions. They’ll be too good here.

William Geldart

Fulham to beat Tottenham 

Tottenham have won just two of their last 11 away games in domestic competitions and I can see Mauricio Pochettino’s side suffering from a midweek European hangover here.

Fulham have won four of their last five games in all competitions and each of their last four at Craven Cottage.

Slavisia Jokanovic’s men have found their goalscoring groove too, netting 12 goals in their previous five fixtures. An upset is very much on the cards against a Spurs side that only scraped past League Two Wycombe in the Fourth Round.

David Burin

Oxford United and Draw – Double Chance
The U’s head to Middlesbrough with some of the best away form in the country under their belt – having won five of their last six on the road

They’ve also knocked out two Championship sides in this season’s Emirates FA Cup, including a 3-0 demolition of Newcastle United.

As for Boro, they’ve won just one of their last six games, so the 7/4 for an Oxford win or a draw looks like excellent value.

Alex Apati

Norwich to beat Burton

Simply put, Norwich are a cracking price here as a standalone bet, and offer great value as an acca booster.

Unbeaten in their last six, the Canaries are finally beginning to find the kind of form you’d associate with promotion hopefuls.

They brushed Burton aside earlier on in the season, and they’ll fancy their chances once again against a team who’ve lost 10 of their last 13 in all competitions.

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Barnsley to beat Brighton

High-fliers Brighton have started to wobble in recent weeks, with just one win from their last five games.

They’ve also failed to win on the road since the 2nd of January, and while Oakwell isn’t exactly a fortress for Barnsley, the Tykes have picked up a number of wins against big sides recently – including a 3-1 success away at Aston Villa in midweek – and can add to their list of scalps against Brighton on Saturday.

So, there you have it. Our five-fold acca comes in at 125/1!

If you fancy it, you can back it right here.

And remember, thanks to our 5 Team Acca Insurance offer, it’s money back as a free bet if one team lets you down!*

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.