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Baggies can finish Brighton off

Baggies can finish Brighton off


Even though West Brom would prefer to prioritise gaining promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking, Darren Moore’s side have a great opportunity to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup.

After holding Brighton to a goalless draw at the Amex Stadium, the Baggies have the chance to finish the job off on home soil.

West Brom to beat Brighton 2-0 @ 14/1

Chris Hughton’s team have lost nine of their 13 away games in the Premier League this season and have failed to win any match since the turn of the year.
Even though West Brom were relegated last term they beat Brighton 2-0 at The Hawthorns and it would not be a surprise to see a similar result on Wednesday.

Over 5.5 goals at Brentford @ 11/2

On Tuesday Wolves should have little difficulty moving into the fifth round at the expense of Shrewsbury, who did well to hit back to draw 1-1 in the initial bad-tempered affair, while Brentford have far too much firepower for National League side Barnet.

The first match at The Hive was a thrilling 3-3 draw and, although there may be plenty of goals in the replay, the Championship side will have the better of things.

QPR win and both to score @ 11/4

Steve McClaren’s QPR side are in a poor run of form but they can get back on track by knocking Portsmouth out of the FA Cup at Loftus Road but they may not have things all their own way and Pompey can at least grab a goal.

Finally Newport County did superbly to follow up their win against Leicester City in the third round by drawing at Middlesbrough last month.

However, Tony Pulis’ side have enough know-how to grind out a result at Rodney Parade. A draw at half time and Boro win after 90 minutes is available at 15/4.

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