Betin Kenya Preview – FA Cup weekend high four multiple

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Another exciting weekend of English football action awaits us and as usual the team at Betin Kenya has detailed predictions for these upcoming games

Use the code VN7L7 to place this bet as a multiple, or select the games you like and put them in your own bets, the choice is yours!

 

Wigan vs West Ham United (2- 2.80)

Wigan already have one Premier League scalp to their name in this season’s competition, beating Bournemouth 3-0 in a replay in the last round. However, the Hammers are unbeaten in seven fixtures in all competitions, and are  favourites to take their place in the last 16 by coming out on top in this one.
 

Southampton vs Watford (1 – 1.90)

The Saints fight for their Premier League place this season, but an FA Cup win against the Hornets would certainly provide a welcome boost in confidence for the side from St Mary's. Southampton have scored first in five of their last six matches on their own patch - with each of those coming inside the opening 25 minutes.

Peterborough vs Leicester City (2- 1.60)

League One Peterborough United host Premier League Leicester City in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup. Peterborough have won five of the past seven London Road (ABAX) meetings with Leicester. The Foxes are in good form but remain eight points behind England’s top six, so this competition is their last realistic avenue into Europe.

Yeovil Town vs Manchester United (U2.5 – 2.73)

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The Glovers will be high spirits having been able to secure a game against one of England’s most successful teams which comes with massive financial benefit.They saw off Derby County 2-0 after a very tough contest. They will be buoyed by the firepower of Alexis Sanchez who signed from Arsenal on Monday.
 

 

 

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