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To help you make your picks, our writers reveal who they think will break the deadlock in the FA Cup and Premier League this weekend.


Swansea v Manchester City: Danilo

With most punters likely to side with one of Manchester City’s attackers, Danilo – who is more certain to start than several others – could offer a nice alternative.

The Brazilian is never shy of shooting – only three City players have had more attempts on goal per appearance this season – with his long-range efforts something of a trademark.

All of his last three City goals have been the first of the match, and these look good odds that one of his 25-yarders does early damage here.

Adam Drury

Wolves v Man Utd: Raul Jimenez

United lost for the first time away from home under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last weekend, and they’re likely to be in for another tough game at Wolves, who have won five and drawn one of their last six at home.

It’s worth backing the hosts to score first and, in particular, Jimenez. The striker opened the scoring against Chelsea last weekend – his third goal in four games. He’s also netted two in three FA Cup matches this season, including in the win over Liverpool at Molineux in January.

Tom Bowles

Fulham v Liverpool: Sadio Mane

This is a boring pick, but the right one.

Liverpool have kept four clean sheets out of five, while Fulham have conceded the opening goal in six of their last seven league games.

Mane has scored eight goals in his last eight matches in the Premier League, with five of those coming in the first half.

Will Rook

Everton v Chelsea: Pedro

Everton have failed to score in their last two home games, so it’s best to stick with a Chelsea player here.

The Blues have bagged nine goals in all competitions this season, with seven of those being the first goal of the game.

The Spaniard has netted two goals in his last four appearances, opening the scoring against Tottenham and Dynamo Kiev.

Jack Green


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