FA Cup 5th round acca eightfold.

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FA Cup 5th round acca

FootyOn pick out a terrific FA Cup 5th round acca, for matches across February 18-20, including a whole host of top teams and giant killers.

The likes of Premier League titans Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester clubs United and City are still left in the draw.

As are non-league outfits Lincoln City and Sutton United.

In total, there are eight fixtures, so read on to find out our FA Cup 5th round acca picks.

Backing our eightfold with Sky Bet will see you return £120.06 off just a £1 stake. Or, £5 would make you a whopping £600.32!! So, there’s not even much risk.


Burnley to beat Lincoln City

Live on BT Sport 2 at 12:30

This looks to be the end of the fairytale run for Lincoln.

Along with fellow National League team Sutton, Lincoln have been the story of this season’s FA Cup so far. Somehow upsetting the odds to reach the last 16.

However, their run will surely be ended by Premier League outfit Burnley, who are 30/100* to triumph on the day.

Huddersfield Town and Manchester City to draw

These two teams have something in common. They both started their respective domestic league campaigns in flying fashion, before having a slump, but have now re-found their touch.

Championship club Huddersfield’s run has gone on slightly longer that City’s – five wins in a row – so back them to take a draw at 18/5* on home soil, to enforce a replay.

Middlesbrough to beat Oxford United

Another of many David v Goliath clashes in the offing for our FA Cup 5th round acca.

This time, it’s difficult to look past Boro beating League One’s Oxford (at 8/15*), who knocked out Rotherham United and Newcastle United in the last two rounds.

Millwall and Leicester City to draw

This is another League One v Premier League duel, but this time the tables have been turned.

Millwall are in great form, being undefeated in their last 12 games in all competitions, while top-flight champions Leicester are currently in free fall.

Back a draw at 9/4*, therefore.

Chelsea to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers

Live on BT Sport 2 at 17:30

Conte’s Chelsea have been in storming form this FA Cup campaign so far.

After losing their last three Championship fixtures, it looks virtually impossible that Wolves can overcome runaway PL leaders Chelsea.

The Blues have eight goals in their two FA Cup victories this term, and are 4/11* to win again.


Tottenham to beat Fulham

Live on BBC1 at 14:00

This is arguably the closest clash to call, as London derbies are always a big occasion and Fulham are in decent form.

Spurs have only won once in their last four league games, but we’re going to go with an away victory here anyway at 5/6*.

Manchester United to beat Blackburn Rovers

Live on BT Sport 2 at 16:15

Man Utd feature in our FA Cup 5th round acca too.

Following the earlier London derby, there is a Lancashire duel for fans and punters to enjoy too.

Rovers have caused the Red Devils a few troubles over the years back when they were in the PL, but thankfully for Jose Mourinho’s men Blackburn are in dire form.

Man Utd are 4/11* to win following their short trip.


Arsenal to beat Sutton United

Live on BBC1 at 19:55

Struggling National League side Sutton were rewarded after a win over Leeds United last time out, with a home tie against Arsenal.

They’ll no doubt have been watching the Gunners’ 5-1 thrashing by Bayern Munich on Wednesday night, but surely it’s a step too far to knock them out of the FA Cup?

Arsenal are 2/11* to win on Monday night.

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