The fourth round of the FA Cup this weekend

Notts County v Swansea – Saturday 3pm

Notts County remain Luton’s nearest threat in League Two, but their form has slipped only winning two of their last five league games Swansea, meanwhile have been improving. As well as beating Liverpool on Mnday night with a spirited and organised performance they are unbeaten in five when excluding results against the Big Six, and for all their poor form until the appointment of Carvahal they’ve won four of five unbeaten games against lower league opposition in domestic cups since the start of last season. I am backing the away win at Evens

Southampton v Watford – Saturday 3pm

Watford have lost 11 of their 16 games since Everton came calling for Marco Silva who was sacked following their latest defeat at Leicester, while the injury crisis that’s afflicted them sees no sign of abating. They’ve now lost seven of their last eight away from hom while the Saints are unbeaten in three following their draw with Spurs in their last match. However, having only won two of their last 12 at St. Mary’s and none of their last five, the hosts are too short to back at the current prices. Instead, we’re backing both teams to score, which has occurred in each of their last six at home, while both teams have scored in four of Watford’s last five against bottom-half sides – including a 2-2 draw with the Saints themselves just a fortnight ago. This can be backed at 5/6

Millwall v Rochdale – Saturday 3pm

Millwall will enter this tie as favourites, not just because of their superior league standing but also due to respective form. They have scored nine times across three unbeaten games, while visitors Rochdale have lost five of their last six. Millwall have in fact won all six of their home ties in this competition since the start of last season, scoring 15 goals as they’ve developed a Cup specialists tag. Millwall can be backed at 8/11