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Sunday’s FA Cup Accumulator – Sun 17th February

It’s the second part of our weekend of FA Cup trebles and hopefully Saturday’s games have got us off to a positive start. Sunday’s treble features three more open games than Saturday’s selections, which I think makes for a better value bet across the games, albeit it does make the games slightly tougher to tip.

After these games today it will just be the Chelsea v Manchester United clash to be played tomorrow to complete the action and with us knowing each of the eight quarterfinalists, it should make for an interesting draw on Monday night for the quarterfinals, where home advantage could well be crucial in playing a role in who eventually gets to play in a Wembley semifinal.

These games today see just two Premier League teams in action with Wolves away to Bristol City and Crystal Palace also on the road at Doncaster, in what are two tricky matches for Nuno Santos and Roy Hodgson’s teams. Bristol City in particular are a very tough draw for Wolves with the Bristolians having won all of their last nine games and they have a better recent record than either of the two Manchester clubs at present and the best record of all the teams remaining in the tournament.

With an even contest in the final game between Swansea and Brentford too, this promises to be an interesting Sunday and I wouldn’t be surprised if at least one of these games went into extra time.

Here’s my treble tip for Sunday’s FA Cup games.

Sunday’s FA Cup Accumulator – 17/02/2019

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    • Bristol City v Wolves - Draw
    • 4:00
    • Doncaster v Crystal Palace - Away Win
    • 4:00
    • Swansea v Brentford - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 17th February

Bristol City v Wolves – Draw

With Wolves flying high in seventh spot in the Premier League, you would think that Bristol City would not have much of a chance here. However, City have won all of their last nine games and last season, defeated Manchester United at Ashton Gate on their way to a Carabao Cup semifinal place. Wolves may have the quality and their form isn’t too bad, but City are flying at the moment and their confidence is sky high so this is not going to be an easy game for either team. I do feel that Wolves have enough quality and fighting spirit to at least take the game into extra time and I feel here their extra squad size and depth could play a key role in them perhaps progressing into the quarterfinals, but for the 90 minutes, I see this one ending in a draw.

Doncaster Rovers v Crystal Palace – Away Win

Doncaster have enjoyed a solid season in League One and are pushing hard for a promotion spot and at the very least, a place in the playoffs at the end of the season. That means that Crystal Palace, who have been so frustrating to watch at times this season, are going to have their hands full against a team that won’t be fazed taking on Premier League quality opponents. However, despite that I am taking Palace to win the game and the reason for that is quite simply their added quality in midfield and in attack. Even with Wilf Zaha suspended, I feel that Andros Townsend’s move into a more central role has worked well for Palace and I can see him being a potent threat against the Rovers defence. This may be close and it may take just one goal to win it, but I reckon that goal will be scored by Palace in normal time.

Swansea City v Brentford – Home Win

These two Championship sides served up a real feast of a game when they met in the league at Brentford earlier in the season, with the Swans coming out on top with a 3-2 victory. Brentford have some fine attacking players but they have also been shipping goals at an alarming rate and the sale of Welsh wonderkid Chris Mepham to Bournemouth in January has hardly helped them stem the number of goals they are conceding. Swansea have struggled in the Championship at times this season and have been frustratingly inconsistent but when they get it right, they look a real threat and with having the advantage of home support behind them, I am backing the Welsh crowd to be the decisive factor and power the Swans to a home victory and a place in the quarterfinals.

Dean Wyatt

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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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