Peterborough not to beat Bromley (15:00)

Bromley’s artificial pitch should prove something of a leveller for the visit of League One Peterborough in the FA Cup on Saturday.

The hosts have lost just three of their 10 home games on their 3G pitch this season, avoiding defeat in six of their last eight overall.

Posh have managed just three wins from their last nine games in all competitions, and lost 1-0 at Wycombe last weekend. They drew 1-1 with then-non-league Tranmere at this stage last season, having beaten Chesham United 2-1 the year before.

Oxford not to beat Forest Green (15:00)

Forest Green have been one of the best teams in League Two this season, so can cause big problems for League One opposition.

Mark Cooper’s side have lost just two of their 21 matches in all competitions this season, with suggesting that they were a match for league leaders Lincoln in a 2-1 defeat on Saturday.

Oxford have won just two of their last 14 league games, and went out to League Two opposition at this stage of the competition last season.

Swindon not to beat York (15:00)

Swindon are in hopeless form at home, so are certainly vulnerable to a cup shock against National League North side York City.

Phil Brown’s side, without a win in five home matches, have scored one goal in their last 410 minutes at the County Ground, with the atmosphere likely to turn nasty on Saturday should they make a slow start.

York’s league form is average, but they should be highly motivated by a game against League Two opposition. If they make a fast start then their hosts are certainly vulnerable.

Bayern Munich not to beat Borussia Dortmund (17:30)

Dortmund suffered their first defeat of the season at Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, but are still undefeated domestically.

Lucien Favre’s side have scored 30 goals in eight home matches this season, keeping clean sheets against both Monaco and Atletico.

That kind of form should worry Bayern, who have won just four of their last nine matches. That run includes an uncertain 2-1 victory over fourth-tier SV Rodinghausen and a 1-1 draw at home to Freiburg in their last Bundesliga game.


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