19:45 Tuesday

Fleetwood vs Sheffield Wednesday - Sheffield Wednesday (90 minutes)

The first leg of our Monday FA Cup treble sees an all League One clash as Sheffield Wednesday travel to Fleetwood for their FA Cup fourth round replay. The winners will be rewarded to a trip to either Ipswich or Burnley in the next round.

Since their 1-1 draw, Fleetwood suffered defeat to Burton, and will want to bounce back from that with a positive result against Wednesday.

On the flipside, the Sheffield side beat Plymouth to move above them into top spot in League One, meaning that’s six straight wins for them in the division.

Whilst we know anything can happen, Sheffield Wednesday will be full with confidence going into this one, and we expect them to get the win here.

19:45 Tuesday

Burnley vs Ipswich – Burnley (90 minutes)

Burnley host Ipswich following their 0-0 draw at Portman Road in the previous round, with the winners hosting either Fleetwood or Sheffield Wednesday.

The hosts swept aside Norwich at Carrow Road as their good form continues. Vincent Kompany’s side are unbeaten at home and have won their last 10 in all competitions.

As for Ipswich, they drew last time out away at Cambridge United, extending their winless run on the road in all competitions to five games.

With that in mind, we see no reason as to why Burnley fail to beat Ipswich in 90 minutes in their replay to continue their FA Cup journey.

19:45 Tuesday

Sheffield United vs Wrexham - Sheffield United (90 minutes)

Sheffield United or Wrexham have the chance to host Premier League opposition in Tottenham Hotspur with a win here.

Their entertaining 3-3 draw was the stuff dreams are made of for the National League side, but a trip to Bramall Lane could see the end of their cup fairytale. The lowest ranked side picked up a win last weekend away at Altrincham, but their next trip is a whole different story.

The Championship side have won four of their last home games and have failed to lose since that 1-0 defeat to Rotherham in early November.

With that in mind, we don’t think Wrexham can repeat their heroics to overcome Sheffield United, despite coming so close to grinding out a win in their first match, and we think the Blades progress to the fifth round on Tuesday night.