Peterborough v Norwich – This game should be packed with goals, as Peterborough never disappoint in the Championship, and Norwich have been playing well lately, scoring plenty of goals despite not picking up many points.
The home team are missing some influential players for this clash, including two strikers, but Norwich have already stated they will use a young goalkeeper, and Holt and Morison are both out also.
I can see this game being packed with goals, and one of the better games in the FA Cup.
Barnsley v Burnley – Burnley come into this game with better form, as Barnsley are now without a win in 11 games at Oakwell. Don’t let that put you off for both teams to score though; Barnsley have scored and conceded in 9 of their last 10 home games, including a 1-1 draw with today’s opponents at the end of November last year.
Burnley have picked up 8 points in their last 5 games, including a 2-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough on New Years Day. Wednesday had been undefeated in 5 games before that loss.
QPR v West Brom – The home side’s win over Chelsea last week is sure to have raised spirits at Loftus Road, and I’m sure we will see a confident performance from them today, but you just can’t rule out West Brom goals.
The Baggies sit 13 places and 20 points above QPR in the league, but the thing that makes BTTS a great bet here is their head to head record. 5 of their last 6 meetings have seen both teams score, and the FA Cup is always good for goals.