fa cup betting tips for today and this week

Have you been searching around the football apps today, trying to figure your best FA Cup bets? We have all been there, luckily you have come to the right place! Our skilled tippers examine statistics, form, and other trends to provide you with the most accurate predictions.

Updated Match Tips, & Predictions for Today, Tomorrow & the Weekend

Match Tip
(16/11) Bristol Rovers vs Oxford United

After hitting the woodwork three times before conceding an 87th-minute penalty at home to Joey Barton’s Bristol Rovers exactly a fortnight ago, Karl Robinson’s Oxford may still be perplexed as to how they ended up needing an FA Cup first round replay. The U’s are targeting their third straight top-six finish in the third division, and have gone undefeated in their last six games since losing 2-1 to league leaders Plymouth Argyle. With Oxford’s superior quality and Robinson’s increased focus on the cup, we’re picking the away team to advance to the next round.
(16/11) Stevenage vs MK Dons

Stevenage’s 2-2 draw at Stadium MK secured them an improbable FA Cup replay, but it has done little to lift the Hertfordshire club’s spirits. Following a run of one win in 14 League Two matches, Boro’s Football League status is in jeopardy, putting manager Alex Revell, a former MK Dons player, under increasing pressure. With a crucial match against fellow strugglers Colchester United coming up this weekend, Stevenage’s focus may be diverted ahead of Tuesday night’s replay at the Lamex Stadium, a risky proposition as one of League One’s most prolific sides visits town.
(16/11) Solihull Moors vs Wigan

Wigan’s trip to Morecombe was postponed, giving Leam Richardson’s side a much-needed respite after a hectic run of nine games in 29 days. While the Latics may have lost first place as a result, they will have appreciated the respite after a defensive injury crisis. Three of Wigan’s four senior centre-backs are uncertain for Tuesday night’s FA Cup match in the West Midlands, while four others are on international duty, including Ireland’s James McClean and Will Keane. Wigan’s youngsters shone against League One opponents Shrewsbury last week, so we are backing them to make their superiority count and go to the second round.
(16/11) Cheltenham vs Gillingham

While a draw may appear to be the easy choice for this match, the difference in their weekend excursions could be important. Cheltenham were given a rare Saturday off as their trip to AFC Wimbledon was postponed due to international call-ups. Meanwhile, the Gulls needed a heroic defensive performance to hold Sheffield Wednesday to a 1-1 draw at Hillsborough, despite having only 33% possession and facing 22 shots on goal. Injuries to striker Vadaine Oliver and captain Kyle Dempsey were also a source of frustration for Gillingham manager Steve Evans. With that in mind, the hosts should be regarded as a fair value to knock Gillingham out of a second cup competition this season, since their only home league defeats have come against teams who played Championship football last season.
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