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Wolves v Palace: Fabio Silva to score

Wolves have been without main man Raul Jimenez in their last few games, with summer signing, from FC Porto, Fabio Silva steeping in. The 18-year-old wonderkid has made four starts and three substitute appearances since the injury to Jimenez, scoring one goal.

The FA Cup presents the perfect opportunity to give Fabio Silva another start, as Wolves begin to search for a more proven striker in the January window and the forward clearly has a goalscoring instinct, having scored a combined 17 goals in Portugal’s U15, U16, U17 and U19 national teams.

Wolves take on Crystal Palace who have won just once in their last five away games, whilst the hosts have lost just one home game in seven.

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FA Cup Predictions: Wolves v Palace

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fabio silva to score @ 11/5

FA Cup Tips: United v Watford

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Odion Ighalo and donny van de beek to score @ 9/1

Everton vs Rotherham: Gylfi Sigurdsson

Everton go into this cup clash as firm favourites as they take on a Rotherham United side who have lost seven out of their last nine games and have lost their last seven away games. Meanwhile the Toffee’s have picked up 12 points in their last five games, conceding just two goals.

Gylfi Sigurdsson has started Everton’s last six games due to the injury of talisman James Rodriguez, who is almost fully fit. The Icelandic midfielder is likely to start so that Rodriguez is not risked, and he already has a cup goal to his name this season, where he scored in a 3-1 victory against Salford City.

Sigurdsson takes free-kicks and will be one of the highest-profile players on display in what should be a relatively comfortable win for the home side.

FA Cup Predictions: Everton vs Rotherham

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Gylfi Sigurdsson to score @ 5/2

FA Cup Predictions: Marine v Spurs

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Gareth Bale and Dele Alli to score @ 3/1

Stoke v Leicester: Kelechi Iheanacho

When the FA Cup comes round, it's time for the second fiddle players to step up, and for Leicester City, that often means a rest for Premier League Golden Boot winner Jamie Vardy and a start for Kelechi Iheanacho.

The former Manchester City striker has appeared just five times in the Premier League this season, however, having appeared in all six Europa League games in the group stages with a turnover of three goals and four assists, it's expected that the Nigerian will start.

Iheanacho scored one goal in the FA Cup last season from just the two games he played in, whilst he also bagged four goals in the EFL Cup that year, which was only bettered by Burton Albion's Liam Boyce that campaign.

With this brilliant record in other domestic competitions, the Europa League and how he is expected to start against eighth-placed Stoke City in the division below, we're backing him to get on the scoresheet in the FA Cup this weekend.

Iheanacho is priced at 7/5 to score and 2/1 to score and win.

FA Cup Predictions: Stoke v Leicester

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Kelechi Iheanacho to score and Leicester to win in 90mins @ 2/1

Arsenal v Newcastle: Eddie Nketiah

After a dismal start to the season, Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal have won three game on the bounce. Retaining the FA Cup is the Gunners’ only remaining chance of a domestic trophy this season, so we can expect to see a relatively strong lineup at the Emirates. Whereas Newcastle United are without a win in six games across all competitions and are unlikely to play key man Callum Wilson who is proven to be injury-prone.

Eddie Nketiah is likely to get a start having featured on the bench in Arsenal’s last four games. The youngster has five goals to his name this season and has scored a record 16 goals in 14 games for England Under-21’s. The FA Cup is another good chance to start Nketiah against Premier League opposition and could well find the back of the net if given the opportunity.

FA Cup Tips: Arsenal v Newcastle

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Eddie Nketiah to score and win in 90 mins @ 2/1

Man United v Watford: Odion Ighalo

After being knocked out of the EFL Cup on Wednesday, Manchester United turn their attention to the FA Cup, a tournament which Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will fancy his chances in. The Red Devils boss won the FA Cup twice as a player, but is yet to bring silverware to Old Trafford since becoming manager.

Odion Ighalo is likely to start against his old club, with Edinson Cavani banned and Anthony Martial likely needing a rest after playing a lot of football recently. The Nigerian striker scored 39 goals in three seasons at Watford but will be looking to score in his second appearance against his former side.

He has been restricted to just four appearances so far this season and a combined 157 minutes, but a potential third start of the campaign could lead to him scoring his first goal since extending his initial six month loan.

FA Cup Predictions: Man United v Watford

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Odion Ighalo to score @ 6/4