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Plenty will be hoping to see some upsets in tonight's FA Cup replays, but Al Hain-Cole is banking on everything going according to form for his treble to come in at around 22/5

FA Cup Treble
Bradford City
VS
Northampton Town
Kick-off: 19:45 GMT
Tip: Bradford to win at 5/6 (1.83) with Paddy Power

Bradford hit the headlines after upsetting Wigan to reach the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup last month, and will be confident of further success when they play host to Northampton in the FA Cup this evening.
 
The original first-round tie between these two came just four days after that epic penalty shoot-out victory over The Latics, and a tired Bantams side could only manage a draw at the Sixfields Stadium.
 
However, the Yorkshire outfit’s 1-0 league win on the same ground just a couple of weeks prior to that stalemate demonstrates their superiority over The Cobblers, with seven places currently separating the pair in League Two.
 
Bradford are unbeaten in five matches against Aidy Boothroyd’s men, and have won six of their nine matches at Valley Parade this season, losing just once to high-flying Port Vale.
 
With Northampton only having picked up two wins on the road all season and with several injury concerns, a home win looks nailed on here, and is not to be missed at generous 5/6 (1.83) odds with Paddy Power.

Nuneaton Town
VS
Luton Town
Kick off: 19:45 GMT
Tip: Luton to win at 5/6 (1.83) with Paddy Power

Eighteen points and 18 places currently sit between promotion-chasing Luton and bottom of the table Nuneaton in the Conference, as they come face to face at Liberty Way.
 
The magic of the FA Cup must have been on The Boro’s side when they secured a 1-1 draw in Luton to force this replay, but they will be up against it to repeat that feat this evening.
 
Kevin Wilkin’s strugglers have not won in six home games within 90 minutes, drawing all six of those fixtures in normal time.
 
While this could be looked at as a six-game unbeaten streak, it is certainly a fragile one, and with four wins from their last five on the road, tonight’s visitors are more than capable of ending that record.
 
Paul Buckle’s side will be determined to make up for their disappointing performance in the first match, and should be expected to win this tie at the second attempt this evening, at odds of 5/6 (1.83).

Barrow
VS
Guiseley
Kick-off: 19:45 GMT
Both teams to score at 8/13 (1.62) with Paddy Power

An upset looked on the cards when Conference North side Guiseley raced into a 2-0 lead at home to Barrow of the Conference National two weeks ago, only for The Bluebirds to keep their cup dreams alive with a couple of goals either side of half-time.
 
This goalmouth action is typical of these two sides this season, as the hosts have only failed to score in five of their last 18 matches, while Guiseley’s 7-0 win over Whitby Town in the FA Trophy on Saturday means that they have now bagged 16 goals in their last five.
 
The clubs also have recent history in cup competitions, as the Lions knocked then-holders Barrow out of the FA Trophy two years ago by an exciting 3-2 scoreline.
 
Steve Kittrick’s visitors will fancy their chances once again against an out of form opponent, and certainly look good enough to trouble a defence that has only two clean sheets to its name in the past 18 matches.
 
Nevertheless, home advantage will surely provide the hosts with plenty of impetus going forwards, so odds of 8/13 (1.62) look very attractive on both sides to score in this one.

 
FA Cup Treble
Backing all three selections pays around 22/5 (5.35) with Paddy Power

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Al Hain-Cole is a Liverpool fan, experienced tipster and avid follower of European football. He specialises in accumulators and if you would like to read more from Al you can follow him on Twitter here.

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