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1. Sam Vokes (Burnley) to score v Barnsley (12:30)

Vokes has been a substitute in five of Burnley’s last six matches but looks a certainty to start as Sean Dyche makes changes to his Burnley side for this game with Barnsley.

The Welshman has scored four goals this season and ranks third in the Tykes’ squad for xG per 90 minutes.

Leading the line against third-tier opposition should ensure that he has plenty of chances to add to his goals tally, particularly considering that Barnsley were involved in a gruelling 0-0 draw at in-form Luton on Tuesday evening.

Adam Drury | Saturday anytime goalscorer tips

2. Gillingham to win or draw against Cardiff (15:00)

Neil Warnock has failed to win nine of his last 10 FA Cup third-round matches at the first attempt, so backing Gillingham, who beat League One leaders Portsmouth in their last home match, to avoid defeat is worth a punt.

Tom Bowles | Tenner On

3. Fleetwood to beat AFC Wimbledon (15:00)

Fleetwood were beaten 5-2 at home to league leaders Portsmouth on New Year's Day, but that result shouldn't mask their impressive recent record at Highbury.

Joey Barton's side had won five and drawn one of their previous six home games, including a 3-0 victory over promotion-chasing Doncaster.

Wimbledon have the fifth-worst travelling record in League One and, aside from cup victories over non-league Haringey Borough and Halifax, have just one other away win in their last 12 matches on the road.

Will Rook | Saturday FA Cup third-round five-fold

4. Newcastle not to beat Blackburn (17:30)

Morale at St James’ Park is low for Premier League games, and it is unlikely to be lifted by an FA Cup match that has little bearing on Newcastle’s season.

Rafa Benitez’s side have lost eight of their 11 home games this season, failing to score in three of the last four. They were knocked out of the EFL Cup by Championship side Nottingham Forest earlier this season, the third occasion in four cup competitions that they have been eliminated by a lower-league team.

They face tricky opposition here, too. Blackburn’s Bradley Dack will arguably be the best player on the pitch on Saturday, while his side – who sit mid-table in the Championship so can prioritise this game – impressively beat West Brom last time out.

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5. Arsenal to win to nil v Blackpool (17:30)

Blackpool have won just two of their last nine matches in all competitions, including an extra-time win over National League side Solihull Moors in the previous round, following their 1-0 defeat at home to Sunderland on New Year's Day.

The Tangerines have scored just six goals in that sequence, with half of those coming against Solihull in the second-round replay.

The hosts are also unlikely to create a hostile atmosphere at Bloomfield Road, with vast numbers of home fans still boycotting the club.

Arsenal bounced back from their heavy defeat at Liverpool last week by beating Fulham 4-1 last time out and should comfortably win this one.

WR | Saturday FA Cup third-round five-fold

6. Aaron Ramsey to score

Ramsey made a 15-minute cameo against Fulham at the weekend and scored his third goal of the season.

The Welshman will likely start in an attacking role at Bloomfield Road on Saturday, and could also be on penalty duty if Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette are rested.

Jack Green | Blackpool v Arsenal #BetYourWay

7. Bristol City to beat Huddersfield (17:30)

Huddersfield lost their eighth straight match as they were beaten 2-1 by fellow strugglers Burnley on Wednesday, while they also had key player Christopher Schindler sent off.

The Terriers have lost eight of their 11 away games in all competitions this season, including a 2-0 defeat to Championship Stoke in the EFL Cup second round.

Bristol City have won back-to-back matches and are unbeaten in eight, so represent excellent value at odds against.

WR | Saturday FA Cup third-round four-fold


8. Hull to win or draw v Millwall (14:00)

Hull extended their winning streak to five matches and unbeaten run to eight games with a 6-0 thumping of Bolton on New Year's Day.

The Tigers earned a 2-2 draw at Millwall last month as part of that run and are the current form team in the Championship.

Millwall have won their last three, but they are their only victories in 11 and this represents great value at even money.

WR | Sunday FA Cup third-round four-fold

9. QPR to win or draw v Leeds (14:00)

QPR come into this on the back of a five-match unbeaten run and are worth backing to extend their visitors' hiccup in form.

The R's have won five of their last seven and lost just two of their last 12 matches in all competitions at Loftus Road.

Leeds have lost back-to-back games for the first time this season, following defeats against Hull and Nottingham Forest in their last two.

WR | Sunday FA Cup third-round four-fold

10. Leicester to beat Newport and BTTS (16:30)

Newport have been prolific at the Newport Stadium this season, scoring 25 goals in their last 11 home matches.

Leicester, though, should have enough to win this game. The Foxes beat Fleetwood and Peterborough in this competition last season, the latter a thumping 5-1 away win, and have only failed to score in two of 12 away matches this term.

AD | Newport v Leicester #BetYourWay


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