FA Cup Replays
Sheffield United v Wrexham, Tuesday February 7, 2023, 19:45
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Sheffield United To Win, Wrexham Most Cards & Over 10 Corners (90 Mins): 7/1: William Hill
Championship promotion chasers Sheffield United host National League Wrexham in a FA cup fourth round replay at Bramall Lane.
The first tie in Wales was a dramatic 3-3 draw, with Wrexham going 3-2 up in the 86th minute, only for Blades skipper John Egan to deny them a famous victory with a stoppage time equalizer.
Paul Heckingbottom’s side go into the tie off the back of a goalless draw at Rotherham United. They are currently in second place in the championship.
Wrexham, also looking for promotion this season beat Altrincham 2-1 on Saturday. Like their opponents Phil Parkinson’s side are also second in their league.
While the league will undoubtedly be the priority for both sides, the Blades will be desperate to avoid a cup upset, while Wrexham will want to add another giant-killing to their FA cup collection.
Burnley v Ipswich Town, Tuesday February 7, 2023, 19:45
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Correct score, Burnley 1 Ipswich 0: 9/2 Betfred
After a goalless draw in the first tie at Portman Road, Burnley and Ipswich meet in a FA cup fourth round replay.
Burnley lead the Championship, while Ipswich are third in League One.
Vincent Kompany’s team will enter this match off the back of a 3-0 victory over Norwich City in the Championship on Saturday. Ipswich were held to a 1-1 draw by Cambridge United on Saturday afternoon.
With promotion the priority for both sides, there could be changes made to their usual line-ups.
Manchester United v Leeds United, Wednesday February 8, 2023, 20:00
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Marcus Rashford and Patrick Bamford both to score: 11/2 Betfred
One of English football’s fiercest rivalries resumes when Leeds United travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United. The Yorkshire side travel across the Pennines 17th in the table, only out of the relegation zone on goal difference. Having sacked manager Jesse Marsch on Monday, under-21 head coach Michael Skubala, along with assistant head coach Chris Armas and development coach Paco Gallardo, will lead the team at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils, by contrast, have won their last four games to go third in the table. They have only a slim chance of winning the title, however they are in the final of the EFL cup, and are still in the FA cup and the Europa League. Erik ten Hag’s side have won 13 games in a row at home, however, they will be without influential midfielder Casemiro, suspended after his sending off against Crystal Palace.
Odds correct as of 07.02.23,1300. Odds subject to change.