- Ghana - The Black Stars will be aiming to get their African Cup of Nations campaign off to the best possible start with a win over Uganda. The beaten finalists from 2015 are amongst the favourites to lift the continent’s most prestigious prize, and with the likes of Asamoah Gyan and Andre Ayew leading the line, expect Avram Grant’s men to be celebrating a three point haul once the full time whistle sounds - Ghana to win to nil: 7/4 Coral
- Burnley - Following a drab 0-0 draw in their original FA Cup third round tie with Sunderland, the Clarets will be looking to make home advantage count as they eye a spot in the next round. The Lancashire club, who are able to boast one of the best home records in the country, thrashed the Black Cats on New Year's Eve, a result that could be repeated this time around - Burnley to win: 21/20 Bet365
- Lincoln City - Less than ten minutes stood between non-league Lincoln City and a famous FA Cup giant killing, but an 86th minute strike from Tom Lawrence spared Ipswich blushes. However, a cold Tuesday night at Sincil Bank could prove the ideal setting for an upset, as the Imps aim to eliminate Mick McCarthy’s consistently inconsistent Tractor Boys - Lincoln City to qualify: 6/4 Bet365
- Liverpool - Jurgen Klopp’s decision to field Liverpool’s youngest ever line-up backfired somewhat as League Two side Plymouth Argyle snatched an unlikely draw at Anfield. Don’t expect the German to make the same mistake twice as the Reds look to put the Pilgrims to the sword on their own turf and book a fourth round meeting with Wolverhampton Wanderers - Liverpool to win: 2/7 Bet365
- Norwich City - A last-minute strike from Steven Naismith saved Norwich City from exiting the cup at the hands of a weakened Southampton side, and now Alex Neil's side could be eying a place in the next round. With important league and EFL Cup fixtures to come for the Saints, expect Claude Puel to favour a youthful XI once again, a factor that could see the away side sneak a win in front of the St Mary’s faithful - Norwich to win and BTTS: 10/1 Bet365
- Brighton & Hove Albion - A disappointing weekend defeat at the hands of Preston ended Brighton’s impressive unbeaten run and saw Chris Hughton's side surrender top spot in the Championship. However, the Seagulls will have the chance to re-establish themselves at the top of the table with a win in Friday’s avian derby with the Owls of Sheffield Wednesday. Expect a tight contest, with home advantage just about seeing the south coast side pick up the three points - Brighton to win: 21/20 William Hill
- Estimated Odds: 341/1 (Based on 6 fold odds from Bet365)
*Please note, odds may fluctuate.