It’s interesting to note that while Bradford are the third best side in League Two at home, they are only the 16th best side away from Valley Parade.
Swansea have a way of playing the top sides that works, and it’s based around keeping things tight.
It’s hard to know what to expect from Aston Villa, who seem to be shocking in the league but are able to lift themselves in cup games, having already won at Manchester City and Norwich to get to this stage.
We look at the weekend’s league fixtures, where we know managers will field their strongest possible sides.
When Hamilton announced he would be leaving McLaren after 14 years, and joining Mercedes, he described his decision as being motivated by the desire to find a new challenge for himself.
Chelsea V QPR, kick off 7.45pm
Back Frank Lampard to score at any time at 15/8 with Coral
Lay Newcastle at 2.3/1 with Betfair
The reverse fixture was a 0-0 draw but Chelsea’s comeback victory at Goodison on Sunday was proof that the spirit in the Stamford Bridge camp is much improved under Benitez and I fancy [...]
In League One Bournemouth are on a remarkable unbeaten run of 14 league and cup games and if anything confidence in Eddie Howe’s squad is growing.
Everton are a genuine top six team these days with a chance of getting into the Champions League.
It may pay to look beyond the Premier League for value over the weekend and one game that stands out to me as likely to produce plenty of action on statistics is the League One clash at Glanford Park.
St Mirren v Motherwell sees two teams with greatly contrasting form go head to head, and it may pay to lay the home side
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