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It’s a shame that Chris Wilder won’t be in charge here because he did ever so well for Sheffield United. There’s obviously something behind the scenes, it doesn’t take a genius to work that out, but you have to feel for him.
If I was him, I’d have my eyes on the Celtic job now that Neil Lennon is gone. Celtic need a good manager – and Chris is just that – but he isn’t a huge name. That might go against him in the running.
As for Chelsea, they’re flying under Thomas Tuchel. The win against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League was brilliant. They’ve won 19 of their last 23 FA Cup matches at Stamford Bridge so the form is on their side.
This is a fantastic game. It’s really touch and go, it could go either way. Leicester have done so well and they’re coming into this on the back of hammering Sheffield United 5-0, that was a really impressive win.
However, the form isn’t on their side, Leicester have won just one of the last 25 meetings with United in all competitions. I found that astonishing! This is very much in Manchester United’s favour. I think United will have too much for Leicester.
Thommo’s FA Cup betting tips summary:
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- Man United appoint laundry lady Doris as Director of Underpants
- Punter nets over £78,000 with 11 draws in an acca
- United sign Gok Wan to upstage Pep’s touchline fashion crimes
- Dermot Gallagher reveals he was Oul’ Mr Brennan all along
- Matt Le Tissier: I thought Ali Dia had won a competition to train with Southampton
- Matt Le Tissier: ‘Glenn Hoddle was my hero – and a bit of a tw*t sometimes’