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Coventry to beat Birmingham @ 2/1
Birmingham are the designated ‘away’ team at their St Andrew’s home after being drawn with the League One side, who are groundsharing this season. The Blues are on a three-game unbeaten run but have only won once in nine. The Sky Blues, winners of this competition in 1987, are sitting fourth in the league, just three points away from the automatic promotion places, having picked up 13 points from their last five games and get our vote in our FA Cup predictions.
Burnley to beat Norwich @ 9/10
Back-to-back wins over Leicester and Manchester United have given Burnley some breathing space at the bottom end of the table following four successive defeats. Sean Dyche’s men have already beaten Norwich 2-0 at Turf Moor this season and are deserved favourites against a Canaries side who remain bottom of the Premier League after one win in 11. City have the worst away record in the top flight – scoring just six times in 12 outings – and we cannot see past a home victory here.
Reading to beat Cardiff @ 5/4
One defeat in nine games has lifted Reading away from the relegation zone in the Championship. The Royals, who reached the semi-finals in 2015, needed a replay to beat Blackpool in the previous round but did beat Cardiff 3-0 at this venue in August and can again come out on top. Cardiff boss Neil Harris played in the 2004 final for Millwall in a 3-0 loss to Manchester United but the Bluebirds have won just once in eight in the league and are easy to oppose.
Southampton to beat Tottenham @ 9/5
Tottenham return to the scene of where Harry Kane sustained a hamstring injury which has ruled him out for several months. They scored their first league goals in his absence in the 2-1 win over Norwich in midweek but we are not convinced they can back that up on the south coast. Southampton have had a remarkable transformation in recent weeks, with 16 points from seven games – including a 1-0 win over Spurs – taking them out of the relegation zone and into the top half of the table.
Chelsea to win at Hull @ 11/25
Frank Lampard won the FA Cup four times with Chelsea – scoring the winner against Everton in 2009 – and will now hope to replicate that as a manager. The Blues have been a little inconsistent recently in the Premier League and with a number of tough tests ahead domestically and in Europe, changes are expected to be made. They should still have too much quality for a Hull side who have lost three of their last five league games and are mid-table in the Championship.
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