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Blackburn Look To Upset Against Newcastle

Meanwhile, Luton host Sheffield Wednesday while
Stoke welcome Shrewsbury

The oldest
cup competition in club football still includes replays, and this coming
Tuesday evening (15 January) sees three more ties that need to be decided.
Blackburn Rovers look to get one over an out of sorts Newcastle, while Luton
will be looking to do the same against Sheffield Wednesday and Stoke City look
to avoid a potential giant killing when Shrewsbury come to town.

First things first

Before you
go an further, head on over to the Oddsshark website, find your favourite
betting site and get your own account up and running using your credit card. S
a new customer and with plenty of FA Cup action still to come, there should be
a wide range of promotions and special offers available to you.

Where should I be investing my money?

First up,
the clash between Blackburn and Newcastle at Ewood Park. After a bright start
to the season, Blackburn have slipped down the table to 15th in the
EFL Championship, the second tier of English club football – they did however
win their last league outing, a 2-1 win over promotion hopefuls West Brom.

Newcastle,
by way of comparison, are struggling in the top flight. The Magpies are without  win in
their last five games across all competitions and sit just two points above the
dreaded relegation zone – they are priced at 3.75 to fall through the trap door
and back into the EFL Championship.

And while
the betting is close, it is Blackburn who come in as slight favourites to make
it to the fourth round. You can more than double your money by backing
Blackburn to win inside 90 minutes at a price of 2.50, with Newcastle coming in
slightly higher at 2.75 – a draw would appear to be the least likely outcome
and is priced accordingly at 3.30, according to Oddsshark.

You may
also make a bet on who will qualify, with Blackburn at 1.80 and Newcastle at
1.95. A narrow, 1-0 win for the home side comes in at 7.50, meaning that a US$5
bet would lead to a US$37.50 pay out, while you could quadruple your money by
backing a combo bet of a Blackburn win, coupled with a “No” to both teams
scoring at 4.00.

Luton out to continue form against Sheffield Wednesday

Luton Town
will be looking to keep their excellent recent run going when they host
Sheffield Wednesday. Luton sit second in League One, above the likes of
Sunderland and Charlton Athletic, and are unbeaten in their last 12 games
across all competitions.

Wednesday,
meanwhile, are hardly pulling up any trees in the EFL Championship and find
themselves down in 16th place. The Owls have however gone five games
unbeaten across all competitions, although their last three games have ended in
a draw.

Again, the
betting is close but it is the underdogs who come in as the slight favourites
to progress. You can more than double your money by backing Luton to get the
win inside 90 minutes, with Wednesday coming in t 2.87 to do the same – again,
a draw comes in highest of all at 3.40.

And we are
expecting the home side to just about sneak through. A 2-1 win for Luton is
priced at 9.50, meaning that a US$5 bet would lead to a US$47.50 pay out, while
you could double your money by backing over 2.5 goals in the game at 2.00.

Stoke must beat Shrewsbury

The final
match on Tuesday sees two teams out of form lock horns. Stoke City welcome
Shrewsbury Town to their home and they need a win after a dreadful run of form
which has seen them slip down into the bottom half of the table.

Shrewsbury
are hardly faring much better in League One (the third tier) and they occupy 16th
place in their division. Following a 1-1 draw in front of their own fans, their
task will be that much harder on the road.

And it is
indeed Stoker who come in as the red hot favourites to make it to the fourth
round. You can back the home side to progress at just 1.44, while Shrewsbury
are out at 7.00 to record a shock win – a draw is priced in the middle at 4.33.

And Stoke
should win this match with relative ease. A comprehensive, 3-0 victory for the
home side is also priced at 9.50, while you could more than double your money
by backing a combo bet of a Stoke win, coupled with a “No” to both teams
scoring, at a price of 2.20.

FA Cup round 3 replays (after 90 minutes):

Tuesday, 15 January

(2.50)
Blackburn Rovers x Newcastle United (2.75); draw (3.30)

(2.37)
Luton Town x Sheffield Wednesday (2.87); draw (3.40)

(1.44)
Stoke City x Shrewsbury Town (7.00); draw (4.33)

Wednesday, 16 January

(1.57)
Southampton x Derby County (5.75); draw (4.00)




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