Accrington to beat Guiseley –

Accrington claimed a decent point away to Cambridge on Saturday to extend their unbeaten run to five matches.

John Coleman’s side have also their last two matches at the Wham Stadium.

Guiseley are 20th in the National League and have won just one away game in nine this season.

Bury to beat Woking –

Bury have shown signs of improvement recently and, despite being bottom of League One, are unbeaten in three.

The Shakers have also won three of their last five at Gigg Lane and have won each of their last four FA Cup ties against non-league opposition.

Woking have lost three and drawn two of their last five and are unlikely to bridge a two-division gap.

Scunthorpe to beat Northampton –

Scunthorpe’s impressive home form continued on Saturday with a 1-0 win over struggling Bristol Rovers.

That was the Iron’s fourth win in six games at Glanford Park, with Wigan and Blackburn the only two sides to have beaten them at home.

Northampton won at Oxford at the weekend, but that was only their second away victory in 11.

Peterborough to beat Tranmere –

Peterborough have an impressive record against lower-league sides in the FA Cup, defeating nine of the last 10 they have faced.

They have also met Tranmere twice in this competition in the last nine seasons, beating them 5-0 in 2013/14 and coming through a replay in 2008/09.

Posh go into the match unbeaten in four and are a great price to continue their dominance over lesser sides.