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Our selections are a mixture of league and cup action, so let’s hope for bags of drama along with victories for our three chosen teams. Here are our selections.
Fulham V Nottingham Forest
A run of six wins in seven has shot Slavia Jokanovic’s Fulham up into the Championship play-offs and confidence is particularly high at Craven Cottage after they hit Burton Albion for six in their most recent home match. The hosts will be looking for more of the same against Nottingham Forest, but may well face a slightly tougher afternoon in defence.
Fulham are in great form right now, scoring from attack, midfield, and even defence. Despite a pretty slow start to the season, they now boast six wins and six draw at home, as well as 23 goals from 14 matches. Given that Forest have shipped 25 in 14 away games, the hosts can be confident about grabbing at least a couple of goals here.
The visitors are more than capable of scoring too, however, and can look to Daryl Murphy and Keiran Dowell for inspiration as they look to increase a tally of 18 goals on the road. Still, even the change of manager has done little to ignite an upturn in fortunes, and the Reds enter this one having won just one of the last eight league outings.
Aitor Karanka’s men are probably heading for another loss here, but they can at least grab a goal at some stage during the proceedings.
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Chesterfield V Crawley Town
Harry Kewell’s Crawley have been brilliant in recent weeks and actually sit in the automatic places of the League Two form charts. With just seven points separating them from the play-offs in the overall table, the West Sussex side can be quietly optimistic about pushing for a shot at promotion. A strong February would give them a far better chance, starting with three points at struggling Cheterfield.
The visitors have won five of their last six matches, scoring twice on four occasions. However, they are seven matches without a clean sheet on the road, and may need the likes of Jimmy Smith and Enzio Boldewijn to score more than once. Crawley will just be hoping that the former doesn’t repeat his calamitous own goal from the weekend in the process.
Chesterfield are currently out of the bottom two and have notched 15 in their 14 matches at the Proact Stadium. Even with Kristian Dennis, Jack Lester knows that his side could be in for a tough afternoon against on of the league’s in-form sides.
The hosts can give Crawley a run for their money, but the Red Devils can keep their good form running.
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Harrogate Town V Billericay Town
In the FA Trophy, big spending Billericay head to Harrogate Town with strong hopes of knocking out yet another higher league opponent. While it certainly won’t be easy for Glenn Tamplin’s side, the Blues are more than capable of keeping their hopes of reaching Wembley alive.
The Isthmian Prem visitors have scored goals for fun this season and have lost just two games all season. Dean Inman, Sam Deering, and Billy Bricknell all provide immense quality throughout the spine of the team, and have already beaten the likes of Bracknell and Hungerford Town in cup football this term. They certainly won’t fear the trip to the CNG Stadium.
Harrogate are a particularly strong National League North outfit, though, sitting second in their league. Simon Ainge and co. have found the net in 23 straight matches and are likely to do so again here. Nonetheless, despite playing in a higher division, they’ll be under no illusions about the difficulty of this test.
It should be the game of the round. On this occasion, though, we’re backing the visitors to prevail.
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