Leonardo Ulloa –
Ulloa has history in the FA Cup, specifically on debut for Brighton.
The Argentine scored in his first appearance for the club in the fourth round against Arsenal in 2013, before netting twice in the competition for the Seagulls and Leicester in the next two seasons.
Likely to make his second full ‘debut’ against fourth-tier Coventry, he has a fantastic chance of getting off to another fine start on the south coast.
Adama Traore –
Middlesbrough have become hugely reliant upon Traore in attack.
Tony Pulis’ side had failed to score in three consecutive matches before the ex-Barcelona winger’s sensational brace won them their last game against Reading, and they will be hoping for similar at Cardiff on Saturday.
The 22-year-old has completed 6.2 dribbles per game this season – the next best in the Championship is 3.8 – so a repeat of last week’s end product should prove a lethal mixture again.
Ryan Taylor –
Taylor is one part of a Plymouth attacking line-up that are in prolific form.
The Pilgrims have scored at least twice in their last four matches, with Graham Carey – who has provided the second-highest number of assists in League One – impressing from the left-hand side.
Taylor is the beneficiary of Carey’s creativity, and he is a good bet to extend a run of two goals in three games at Oxford, who have conceded 25 goals in 10 home matches.
Marc Richards –
Richards has hit the ground running at Swindon since arriving in January, scoring five goals in his last six games.
Four of his seven appearances for the Robins have finished 4-3, 2-2, 2-1 and 3-2, with the striker scoring at least once in all of them.
At home to Port Vale, who were thrashed 5-1 at Cheltenham last week, the 35-year-old can cash in again.
*Odds subject to change.