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Sunday’s FA Cup Accumulator – 6th January

It’s the second batch of FA Cup tips for my Sunday accumulator, so here’s hoping that if my long odds tip on Saturday hasn’t landed us a bumper payday, then we could perhaps land this shorter odds Sunday acca instead as a consolation.

On the other hand, if Saturday’s acca was a big winner and you are celebrating, let’s hope you can keep giving the bookies a hiding with this quartet of tips.

As I said on Saturday, my last few batches of tips have been pretty much bang on the money with only a few strange results, red cards or some bizarre officiating seeing the games not all turn out as I’d hoped, so this gives me great confidence heading into the first set of weekend tips for 2019.

There aren’t as many games to pick from for Sunday’s FA Cup ties as there are on Saturday, but even so, I am still confident that we can land a winner here, although the odds won’t be quite as high as Saturday’s long odds accumulator bet.

Here’s my selections for Sunday’s FA Cup accumulator.

Sunday’s FA Cup Acca – 06/01/2019

    • 2:00
    • Millwall v Hull City - Draw
    • 2:00
    • Q.P.R v Leeds - Draw
    • 2:00
    • Woking v Watford - Away Win
    • 4:30
    • Newport v Leicester - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 6th January

Millwall v Hull City – Draw

There was a time when Hull City were looking likely to be on their way down into League One this season, but a superb run of form, which has seen them unbeaten in their last eight games and win all of their last five, has seen them race up the table into the relative safety of mid-table. Millwall still sit nearer the bottom of the table and when the two teams met in the Championship back in December, the game finished in an entertaining 2-2 draw. In truth, given the importance both teams will feel with their League program and the fact that Hull have a decent record in the FA Cup of late, I think that the visitors will do enough to earn another shot at the Londoners in a replay following a draw at the New Den.

Q.P.R v Leeds United – Draw

These two teams met in December at Elland Road and it was Leeds who came out on top with a 2-1 victory thanks to a double from Kemar Roofe. This game though is at Loftus Road, where QPR have been in decent form of late, scoring a fair few goals in their recent home games too, while Leeds come into this one on the back of two successive defeats. I also feel that Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa will likely prioritise the Championshop promotion battle over the FA Cup and he could elect to rest a couple of stars here, which I think gives QPR a better chance. I can’t see QPR losing this one, but by the same token, I can’t see Leeds losing it either, hence I am backing the draw.

Woking v Watford – Away Win

Woking are enjoying an excellent season in the National League South, sitting in second place just two points behind Torquay United but with two games in hand over their Devonian rivals. However, they face a massive step up in class against a Watford side that have proven to be a real nuisance for some of the top teams in the Premier League this season. This looks like a potential giant-killing, but for me Watford have too many classy players, as well as those able to battle against lesser ability players, in order to succumb to defeat here and as such, I am backing the visitors to earn a win here at the first attempt.

Newport County v Leicester City – Away Win

Newport have hit a bit of a slump in form of late which has seen them drop to 12th in the tight League Two table. They face a Leicester City side who have beaten Chelsea, Manchester City and Everton of late in a fantastic run of form, their only blemish being a 1-0 home defeat to Newport’s Welsh rivals, Cardiff City. The home side held Tottenham at this stage of the competition last season before losing in the replay at Wembley and while they’d love a second chance to take on Leicester at the King Power, I think that the Foxes, even if they rest a few key players, have more than enough quality to get the job done here.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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