Accrington Stanley v Swindon –

Three of Accrington’s last four matches have finished 3-2, and the visit of Swindon should produce similar entertainment.

Both teams have scored in eight of the Robins’ last 10 away matches, including the 2-2 draw at Lincoln on Saturday.

The visitors are the division’s best travellers – scoring more goals and winning more points than any other side – while only three teams have scored more goals at home than Stanley.

Bayer Leverkusen v Werder Bremen –

Bayer Leverkusen have scored in every one of their home games this season, so must be expected to extend that sequence against Werder Bremen.

The visitors have shipped 11 goals in their last six matches on the road, including at least once in all of them.

Florian Kohfeldt’s side have scored twice away at Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich and Schalke – all top-five teams – since the start of December, though, so are capable of notching in this one.

Sochaux v PSG –

At least one PSG goal is inevitable, but Sochaux’s good form can ensure that both teams score in this cup game.

The second-tier side have only failed to score once at home all season, netting 18 in their last seven at the Stade Auguste Bonal.

That run includes thrashing Ligue 1 Amiens 6-0 earlier in the competition.

Swansea v Notts County –

Swansea won their third round replay against Wolves 2-1 at the Liberty Stadium, and there should be more goals in this fourth-round equivalent.

The hosts are enjoying a renaissance under Carlos Carvalhal and have netted in six consecutive matches.

They have, however, only kept two clean sheets in 13 outings, while Notts County have scored in all but three of their 17 away games this season.


*Odds subject to change.