Following a 1-1 draw at Meadow Lane, Man City are fully expected to progress at County’s expense but the romantic’s upset can be backed at a rather large 14/1 with Boylesports.
City may shuffle their deck a bit and Tevez could be rested, Balotelli being the man to step in; he is 7/2 with bet365 to open the scoring and a great 20/21 with to net at anytime.
City really should look to win well but have a nasty habit of playing at a very slow pace, under 2.5 goals could be the bet at 7/4 (Blue Square) as they win a pedestrian encounter.
At Brisbane Road, Totesport make Leyton Orient 17/2 to manage a shock of their own as they face Arsenal. Having enjoyed their fare share of good fortune in ties against Leeds and Huddersfield, the Gunners, rated at 1.3 (3/10) by Betdaq, don’t appeal. Instead, again it’s the anytime goalscorer market, specifically Nicklas Bendtner at 13/10 (), that punters should focus on.