FA Cup 4rd Round.
Friday 22nd January - Monday 25th January
We've previewed the biggest ties of the FA Cup 4th round this weekend with Manchester United vs Liverpool being the highlight!
Chorley vs Wolves
Friday 22nd January, 19:45, BT Sport 1.
Chorley are the only non-league team left in the cup after their impressive 2-0 win over a depleted Derby side in the 3rd round. Their reward is a home game against Premier League side Wolves. Surprisingly, this isn't the first time the pair have met as in 1986 they faced each other three times in the first round. Another surprise was that Chorley ended up winning the third game in what was arguably the lowest moment in the history of Wolves as they were also languishing in the fourth tier at the time. Can the National League North side repeat their upset 35 years after the original? They're at a whopping 16/1 to win on Friday evening.
Betting tip: Over 4 total goals at 13/8.
Southampton vs Arsenal
Saturday 23rd January, 12.15, BBC One.
Southampton host Arsenal in the first of only two top-flight duels this weekend.
This is also the first of two games between the pair within the space of four days as they face each in the Premier League on Tuesday. The Saints have made an excellent start to the season, and they find themselves ahead of their opponents in the league coming into the game. The Gunners seem to save their best form for the FA Cup as they've won four of the last six editions. Their league form has picked up in recent weeks after a disastrous start with four wins from five in addition to their 3rd round win over Newcastle
Betting tip: Arsenal to win at 5/4.
Manchester United vs Liverpool
Sunday 24th January, 17.00, BBC One.
Undoubtedly, the biggest tie of the round, Manchester United play Liverpool for the second time in the space of one week. That match finished 0-0, but this one is at Old Trafford meaning that Man Utd might be a bit more adventurous in their tactics this time around. Liverpool appeared tired, and Jurgen Klopp will likely play a weakened starting lineup to rest some of his star players. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may also rotate his team considering the congested fixture list and his team's priorities lie in the league.
Betting tip: Man Utd to win at 31/20.
Whatever you bet on, enjoy the game and don’t forget that our prices are subject to fluctuation. Please check our Sports Betting page for the latest odds.