iBet: Luton should win FA Cup clash at Nuneaton
Nuneaton v Luton, FA Cup first round replay, kick-off 7.45pm
Lay Nuneaton at 3.6 to one with Betfair
Not a great deal to go at tonight but Luton may be a touch of value to win this FA Cup clash which will see a team from the Blue Square Premier go into the draw for the second round.
Even though Luton got away with it in some ways in the first clash with an 84th minute equaliser at home, they dominated possession, corners and shots on goals and we really need to look at league form here.
Luton were my pre-season picks for the division, but dropped out of the top six at the weekend with a 2-0 home defeat to the division’s surprise package, Dartford, who moved above them as a result. Having said that, Luton have started quite well in what’s turning out to be a highly competitive division in which the table toppers, Newport County, have been beaten four times already. Luton’s league tally after 18 games of 32 points is only four off Newport and only two of second spot, and they will fancy their chances at rock bottom Nuneaton tonight, especially as they have won six of their nine away games. Nuneaton have only won one of their nine home fixtures, but they have drawn six of them and those looking for a safer trade than backing the away side to win (best price 10/11 with Coral) might consider laying the home side at the 3.4 to one available with Betfair.
Betfair are offering the best odds about an England win tomorrow of just short of 2/1. Sweden are 7/4 (Betfred) with the draw 23/10.
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