European football returns to provide midweek action in seven days time, but this week it’s all about FA Cup replays.
There are four fourth round fixtures taking place, with three of those being settled tonight.
Two Premier League sides are in action, and both are in danger of going out.
Will we see a cup upset or two? Here’s how Ladbrokes News see the three games…
Birmingham City v Huddersfield Town
Both Birmingham and Huddersfield are fighting off relegation in their respective leagues.
City have helped their chances by winning their last two, and they’re unbeaten in four ahead of this replay with their Premier League opponents.
Huddersfield are in dismal form, and upcoming league games against West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth will have manager David Wagner’s attention.
The German rested players for the initial cup tie 10 days ago, and is likely to do so again.
The Blues are in form and will be sniffing an upset so a Birmingham win appeals at 7/4.
Rochdale v Millwall
League One hosts Championship at Spotland, with Rochdale on a high after an excellent win over Northampton Town at the weekend.
But Dale haven’t won at home since November, while Millwall head north on a six-game unbeaten run.
Neil Harris’ men love a good cup run. They were finalists in 2004 and reached the last-eight 12 months ago.
The winner here will host Newport County or Tottenham in round five, so a quarter-final spot is a realistic target.
Swansea City v Notts County
Notts County were good value for their 1-1 draw in the initial clash with Swansea City, and a 4-1 win over Crewe Alexandra on Saturday suggested Kevin Nolan’s men are back on track.
Carlos Carvalhal faces some big decisions tonight. The Italian saw both Leroy Fer and Wilfried Bony ruled out for the season on Saturday.
Oliver McBurnie has been sent on loan to Barnsley while new signings Andy King and Andre Ayew are ineligible.
We haven’t enough confidence in the 8/15 for the Welsh side to prevail. County are a big price at 6/1 and that’s got to be worth some serious consideration.
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