Our writers predict the first scorer in these FA Cup matches for our free-to-play football predictions game.
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To help you make your picks, our writers reveal who they think will break the deadlock in the Premier League this weekend.
Bristol City v Wolves: Famara Diedhiou
Bristol City have won nine games in a row including their last six at Ashton Gate, conceding just three goals along the way.
They’re definitely worth your pick against a Wolves side that trailed 2-0 at Shrewsbury in the previous round and went behind against Newcastle on Monday night.
Doncaster v Crystal Palace: John Marquis
Palace have been laboured against lower-league opposition this season, with results including scraped 1-0 victories over Swansea and Grimsby, and a defeat at Middlesbrough.
For that reason I’m backing an exciting Doncaster team, who have scored 31 goals in their last 10 home matches, to at least get off to a fast start here.
Marquis has scored in five of those matches, including the opener in Tuesday’s victory over Southend, and has 22 goals overall this season.
Swansea v Brentford: Oliver McBurnie
Swansea have opened the scoring in the first 10 minutes of both of their FA Cup ties so far and went ahead after less than a minute against Brentford in the league in December.
Graham Potter has played close full strength sides against both Aston Villa and Gillingham in the previous rounds, so it’s safe to assume he will do the same on Saturday with the tournament getting towards the latter stages.
McBurnie is a man in form, having netted eight times in his last seven appearances in all competitions and scored the opener in the previous round.
Chelsea v Manchester United: Paul Pogba
Pogba looks a good choice to bounce back from his red card against PSG in midweek by opening the scoring on Saturday.
The France international has been in fantastic form since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over at Manchester United, scoring eight goals in 10 appearances.
He scored the first goal three times during that run, including against Fulham at Craven Cottage last weekend.
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