13:30 Sunday

Brighton vs Liverpool – Brighton win

Brighton and Liverpool play again at the American Express Community Stadium, after playing each other just 15 days ago. Brighton ran out comfortable 3-0 winners on that day, and Liverpool have been struggling recently, which is why we’re leaning towards another home win again.

Brighton have won four of their last six in all competitions, including that win over the Reds. They draw away to Leicester last weekend, but we can see them continuing their four-game unbeaten run with another victory here.

As for Jurgen Klopp’s side. Liverpool have won just one of their last five in all competitions, which was a 1-0 victory against Wolves at Molineux in their fourth round replay. Like the Seagulls, they also drew last weekend, playing out a 0-0 at home to Chelsea. The holders of the FA Cup face a stern test if they want to retain their trophy, which they were unable to do in the Carabao Cup.

The 3-0 defeat to the Seagulls just over a fortnight ago was a sign of where Liverpool are at the moment, and we think the Reds will bow out of the competition as a Brighton win is our selection here.

14:00 Sunday

Stoke vs Stevenage – Stoke win

Stoke host Stevenage in the second leg of our Super Sunday Treble, where there is potential for another cup upset.

Stoke come into this game sitting 18th in the Championship, having lost two of their last three at home. They did beat Reading comprehensively last weekend, which should give them confidence coming into this one. The Potters beat Hartlepool 3-0 in their third round match.

Stevenage, in contrast to their opponents at the Bet365 Stadium, are looking like promotion hopefuls from League Two. They are second, 10 points ahead of the playoffs and just two points behind leaders Leyton Orient, who have played a game in hand. They famously toppled Aston Villa in the third round following a late turnaround at Villa Park, and they will want to continue their good cup run.

Despite having one cup upset under their belt, we think in-form Stevenage will exit the competition at the Bet365 Stadium, as Stoke will show their Championship quality and progress here.

16:30 Sunday

Wrexham vs Sheffield United – Sheffield United win

In another potential upset, Wrexham face Sheffield United in what is anticipated to be a cracker at the Racecourse Ground.

The hosts, who many will recognize as the Welsh club owned by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, are the lowest ranked side still in the FA Cup this season, and they were able to collect a shock win away to Championship opposition in Coventry. Championship opponents are on the cards again, against Sheffield United, which could prove to be a test too hard for the National League leaders.

Sheffield United travel to North Wales, having won eight of their last nine in all competitions. They beat Millwall in the third round to book their trip against Wrexham, and are favourites to progress. They comfortably beat Wrexham’s third round opponents Coventry on Boxing Day, and have looked sharp ever since.

We think, despite the new found support for the Welsh side, their FA Cup run will come to a close against the Blades, as we think Sheffield United progress here.