The oddschecker team have picked out a 7/1 Super Sunday treble covering action from the Premier League & FA Cup.
Sheffield United vs Blackburn – Sheffield United win + BTTS
Two Championship sides will fight it out for a place in the FA Cup semi-finals on Sunday, when Sheffield United welcome Blackburn Rovers to Bramall Lane.
Sheffield have won two of their last three games and four of their last six across competitions. They have fared well at home recently, winning eight of their last ten outings.
Blackburn, meanwhile, have won seven of their last eight games across competitions and have lost just twice all year.
Rovers' form on the road has been up and down of late, though, having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five away games.
We are going for a Sheffield United win here and both teams to score in this one.
Arsenal vs Crystal Palace – Arsenal win & over 2.5 goals
Having been denied a reunion with their former Invincibles captain, Arsenal welcome managerless Crystal Palace to the Emirates Stadium for Sunday afternoon's Premier League London derby.
The Gunners can surge eight points clear at the top of the table with victory, while the Eagles gave Patrick Vieira the boot on Friday amid a 12-game winless run.
Arsenal will be aware of the classic new manager bounce given what happened against Sean Dyche's Everton, such concerns from Gooners should prove unfounded against a shot-shy Palace side rocked by a change in the hierarchy.
We fancy a comfortable win for Arsenal and Arteta’s men to go eight points clear at the top of the table this weekend.
Brighton vs Grimsby – Brighton
The lowest-ranked team left in the FA Cup endeavour to pull off a monumental quarter-final shock on Sunday, as Grimsby Town travel to face Premier League opposition in Brighton & Hove Albion at the Amex.
Goals have been in plentiful supply for Grimsby during their remarkable FA Cup run, but Brighton should be the ones in a ruthless mood at the Amex as they bring the Mariners' journey to an end.
De Zerbi could very well opt to hand starts to some of his inexperienced crop, and the Seagulls will give Grimsby the respect that they have earned, but we cannot envisage any further surprises on the South coast as Brighton book their Wembley hotels.