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FA Cup football tips for Saturday 26 01 19

24 Jan | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
FA Cup football tips for Saturday 26 01 19

This 9/1 accumulator features football tips from the 15:00 kick-offs in latest stage of England's oldest cup competition.

Doncaster to beat Oldham {ODDS:364879718:31/40}

Doncaster have won five and drawn two of their last seven matches in all competitions at the Keepmoat Stadium.

The League One side beat League Two Grimsby at home in the EFL Trophy in October and the play-off chasers are a good bet for success against another lower-league side.

Oldham were beaten 2-1 by second-bottom Macclesfield in League Two last weekend and have lost three of their last five away games in all competitions.

Middlesbrough to beat Newport {ODDS:364880248:7/20}

Middlesbrough thumped Peterborough 5-0 at the Riverside in the FA Cup third round and this tie should be just as comfortable.

Tony Pulis’ side are unbeaten in their last five matches in all competitions and could hand a debut to new signing John Obi Mikel.

Newport have lost each of their last four away games, while their only victory in 12 away from Rodney Parade came against seventh-tier Met Police in the FA Cup first round.

QPR to beat Portsmouth {ODDS:364881948:19/10}

Portsmouth were beaten 2-1 away to relegation-threatened Oxford last weekend to record back-to-back league defeats for the first time this season.

Kenny Jackett’s side have struggled since losing influential loanees Ben Thompson and Andre Green, who scored the winner against Norwich in the FA Cup third round, after they were recalled by Millwall and Aston Villa respectively.

QPR have already beaten League One sides Peterborough and Bristol Rovers in the EFL Cup this season and have lost just two of their last six away games, against league leaders Leeds and fourth-placed Sheffield United.

Wolves to beat Shrewsbury {ODDS:367574728:1/2}

Wolves’ 2-1 victory at home to Liverpool in the FA Cup third round with a full-strength XI underlined that manager Nuno Espirito Santo was taking the competition seriously.

Wolves have already beaten lower-league opposition this season, winning 2-0 away to Sheffield Wednesday in the EFL Cup second round.

They won 3-1 at Tottenham last month and their only away defeat in their last four Premier League matches came against Manchester City a fortnight ago.

Shrewsbury are without a win in their last five matches in League One, while their only victory in eight came against Stoke in the third-round replay.

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