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Sunday FA Cup acca: Man Utd keep clean sheet vs Newport, West Brom vs Wolves a low-scoring scrap

There are five featured FA Cup games taking place on Sunday and Planet Sport has compiled a goals-based acca for your betting pleasure.

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Sunday FA Cup acca

West Brom vs Wolves: Under 2.5 (11:45 am)

Watford vs Southampton: BTTS (2 pm)

Liverpool vs Norwich: Under 4.5 (14:30 GMT)

Newport vs Man Utd: BTTS NO (16:30 GMT)

Blackburn vs Wrexham: Over 2.5 (Mon 19:30 GMT)


West Bromwich Albion vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

This game will be played at a furious pace early on. Once it settles, we expect a physical game so it could get scrappy.

The Baggies have the second-best xGA in the Championship and this has always been a tight fixture. Meetings at the Hawthorns have averaged under 2.5 goals since the 1970s.



Watford vs Southampton

Southampton are starting to look like an immovable object in the Championship, but their best performances come at home. They’ve conceded in 12 of 15 on the road.

One of those games was a 1-1 draw against Watford. The Hornets are impartial to both teams scoring with that outcome occurring in their last 12 matches.



Liverpool vs Norwich City

Liverpool could run riot and run up the score, but they don’t need to. Teams from lower leagues often have some success in keeping the score down at Anfield.

Norwich have looked fairly well drilled recently and prefer to sit back. There’s no guarantee they’ll score and the hosts don’t need to overexert themselves with big games coming up.



Newport County vs Man Utd

As glorious as a cupset this may sound, United were thoroughly dominant and should have run riot against League One Wigan in the previous round.

The surroundings and the pitch are a little different in South Wales, but they can’t afford to be complacent and should be focused enough to control all of the play.



Blackburn Rovers vs Wrexham

Wrexham are the great entertainers at home but less so on the road. Despite that, this is an FA Cup tie and it doesn’t pay to air on the side of caution.

Games at Ewood Park are averaging close to four goals since October ended and there have been over 3.5 goals in four of their last five.



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