Blackpool will be seeking revenge against Sheffield Wednesday at Bloomfield Road in the FA Cup fourth round, as the Owls accounted for the Seasiders via a penalty shootout in the Carling Cup.
Gary Megson’s troops are 7/4 via Paddy Power to again qualify at the expense of Ian Holloway’s side and Stan James make Wednesday a 7/2 to progress to the fifth round at the first attempt but it’s the home side that bookies lean towards, BetVictor installing Blackpool as 10/11 favourites.
Bet365 chalk the Owls up at 13/5 to bring the tie back to Hillsborough for a replay and it’s 12/1 courtesy of Skybet for this clash to finish goalless.
Confident travelling fans can bet on a repeat of the 1-0 scoreline from the West Ham tie at 12/1 with William Hill on this occasion. Betfred meanwhile, quote Wednesday at 9/1 to emerge victorious despite a level first half.
Also facing a team from the Championship are Sheffield United, who take on Birmingham but the Blades’ home advantage means that bookies give them more of a chance of causing a mini-upset. Ladbrokes offer 7/4 for a United success, the same odds BetVictor chalk against the visitors but the lack of distance between the pair in the betting could be reflected on the pitch, where it’s 12/5 (Skybet) to finish all square.
A 1-1 scoreline is available at 11/2 with Partybets and Boylesports quote the clash at 4/1 to be level at the end of each half.
Paddy Power offer 10/3 against a Blades success by a one-goal margin or a 1-0 home win; an outcome bet365 rate at 8/1.
In League One Chesterfield are considered as underdogs at 12/5 with Betfred as they entertain Bournemouth tonight. In League Two, Rotherham are a 6/4 chance at Boylesports to bounce back from consecutive home defeats by returning from relegation-threatened Dagenham and Redbridge three points better off.
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