The FA Cup resumes this weekend, with 16 potentially explosive 4th Round ties scheduled to be contested over two-days of knockout action on Saturday and Sunday.
With giant-killings and against the odds upsets synonymous with the tournament’s traditions, each of the round’s 16 fixtures are certain to be played with a razor-sharp competitive edge.
There is plenty to look forward to this weekend and to help you get in the mood, we’ve put together an #OddsOnThat special accumulator based around Saturday’s FA Cup 4th Round action, featuring three both teams to score and three anytime goalscorer selections.
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Remember – You can find detailed previews and betting tips for all of the 4th Round fixtures on our FA Cup predictions page!
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Both teams to score
Newcastle vs Oxford
- 64% of Oxford’s away games have seen both teams score.
- Both teams have scored in 67% of Newcastle’s last nine competitive home games.
- Oxford have only failed to score in four of their 18 away games in all competitions this season.
West Ham vs West Brom
- West Brom found the net in 17 of their last 19 competitive matches.
- Both teams registered in 12 of those 19 fixtures.
- West Ham kept just one clean sheet in their last eight games at the London Stadium.
Coventry vs Birmingham
- Both teams scored in nine of Coventry’s last 13 matches.
- Both teams registered in 100% of Birmingham’s last seven fixtures.
- Coventry City rattled the net at least once in 85% of their last 13 games at home.
Danny Ings (SOUTHAMPTON vs Tottenham Hotspur)
- Danny Ings scored the winning goal when Southampton beat Spurs 1-0 earlier this month.
- Ings bagged an impressive 10 goals in his last 14 starts overall for the Saints.
- Tottenham kept their hosts out just once in their last seven games on the road.
Joelinton (NEWCASTLE vs Oxford United)
- Joelinton scored for the Magpies against lower league opponents Rochdale in the last round of the FA Cup.
- Since ending his drought in that game, Joelinton’s performances have noticeably improved, and the 23-year old was unlucky not to register against Chelsea when his header came back off the bar.
- Oxford look fragile at the back and have kept just one clean sheet in their last six matches.
John Marquis (PORTSMOUTH vs Barnsley)
- John Marquis has hit his best scoring streak of the season in recent weeks, bagging four goals in his last five appearances for Pompey.
- Marquis plundered 50% of his total haul for the season since the turn of the New Year.
- Marquis tends to enjoy knockout football and the 27-year old scored in each of his last three cup starts for Portsmouth.
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