There are three more FA Cup quarter-final places at stake on Wednesday night with Championship outfit Luton Town (80/1 – FA Cup 2021-22 Outright) the only non-Premier League team in action this evening.
Luton, who have moved to sixth in the Championship after a run of six victories from their last seven matches across all competitions, welcome EFL Cup runners-up Chelsea to Kenilworth Road (19:15 KO).
The Blues lost to Liverpool at Wembley on Sunday, going down 11-10 in the penalty shootout after neither side could break the deadlock in 120 minutes, and Thomas Tuchel will be hoping his side can pick themselves up off the floor quickly.
Wednesday’s encounter is a repeat of the fourth-round clash in last season’s FA Cup, which Chelsea won 3-1, and Betfred are offering 10/1 on that same score line to be repeated.
At 19:30, two in-form Premier League teams will clash at St Mary’s when Southampton take on West Ham United, who defeated Wolves 1-0 last time out to boost their hopes of a top-four finish (Southampton 11/8, Draw 5/2, West Ham 21/10 – Match Betting).
The Saints are on a six-game unbeaten run across all competitions and they have climbed to ninth in the standings, while the Hammers haven’t lost in their last five and have only suffered one defeat from their previous five away encounters.
FA Cup Betting Odds
It promises to be an entertaining affair between two teams that have seen goals at both ends of the pitch, with over 2.5 goals landing in both of Southampton’s FA Cup games while the same bet has come off in five of West Ham’s last six away matches.
Betfred are offering 10/11 for there to be over 2.5 goals in Wednesday’s encounter.
The final game of the night, which starts at 20:15, will see EFL Cup winners Liverpool welcome struggling Norwich City to Anfield in what will be the fourth meeting between the pair this season.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have won all three meetings this term, twice in the league and once in the EFL Cup, and they head into the contest looking to extend their unbeaten streak across all competitions to 14.
Norwich are rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table, some five points from safety, and this FA Cup run has acted as a nice distraction to what could be another disappointing league campaign.
Liverpool have shared nine goals equally over the three victories over the Canaries this term and it is 7/1 the Reds win 3-0, while it is 8/15 for the home side to win and there to be over 2.5 goals in the game.
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