For our Ipswich vs. Burnley prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.
Runaway Championship leaders Burnley travel to Portman Road to face League One promotion hopefuls Ipswich Town in the FA Cup fourth round this weekend.
Ipswich Town are having a fine season in League One as they sit 3rd in the table after twenty-eight games.
They may be slightly disappointed, however, as they've sacrificed their place in the automatic promotion spots in recent weeks following a dip in form having held onto 2nd place for the majority of the season.
They do enter this game off the back of a win, though, having thumped Morecambe 4-0 in their most recent league game. The result was a much-needed one for Ipswich and they'll hope it's the start of a winning run.
Their form overall now reads won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five matches in all competitions, with the other win being a resounding 4-1 win over Championship side Rotherham United in the third round of this competition.
The Tractor Boys' home form has been excellent of late having won four and drawn one of their last five matches on home soil in all competitions.
Having already claimed one Championship scalp, Ipswich are looking for another but Burnley will be a different test entirely to Rotherham. They'll have to hope their resolute home form is enough to carry them past a flying Burnley side.
Vincent Kompany's Burnley have taken the Championship by storm this season as they sit top of the league table, five points clear of Sheffield United in 2nd and eighteen points clear of Watford in 3rd.
Given promotion back to the Premier League is highly, highly likely at this point Burnley will fancy the prospect of a deep FA Cup run and they're more than capable.
They reached the fourth round of this competition by hammering Premier League side Bournemouth 4-2 in the third round so they've already demonstrated an ability to take big scalps.
Their form is inspired, with Kompany's men winning nine and losing one of their last ten matches in all competitions, the only defeat being a 2-0 loss at Old Trafford in the EFL Cup.
Most recently, Burnley claimed a huge 2-1 win over play-off chasing West Bromwich Albion at Turf Moor.
Burnley have won only twice in their last twenty-one trips to Portman Road so they'll be looking to put a dismal record to bed here. They're the favourites, but Ipswich will probably put up a stern test.