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Since becoming the first team to lift the FA Cup at the new Wembley Stadium in May 2007, Chelsea have returned an excellent record of: W15, D3, L1, from home FA Cup ties against lower-league opposition. The club’s last three FA Cup home wins against lower-league opposition have also come with a clean sheet.
If bringing Premier League (PL) form into the mix, the signs point to Chelsea winning with ease, as the ‘Blues’ have scored in each half (and ‘won’ the second) in all of their last five home PL wins. That said, only one of Chelsea’s last three FA Cup home wins over lower-league opposition has seen them score in both halves.
The crux of Sheffield Wednesday’s success on the road seems to be scoring first, as they have gone on to lose by a margin of over 1.5 goals in the last three away games where they have conceded the opener. This probably lends extra importance to the fact that Sheffield Wednesday have scored first in seven of their last nine matches across all competitions.
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Premier League rivals Crystal Palace and Tottenham go head-to-head in the FA Cup fourth round this afternoon, a tie that is live on talkSPORT.
Both sides saw off League Two opposition in the last round and will now be looking to book a place in the last 16 at Selhurst Park.
It probably will not be considered too much of a shock if Tottenham are knocked out by another Premier League side on Sunday, but the 2/1 available for a Crystal Palace win looks just too big to ignore.
With Tottenham short on star quality through injuries and international call-ups and losing on Thursday night in the League Cup, there are sure to be plenty of tired legs on show and Mauricio Pochettino will surely make multiple changes ahead of a tricky home match against Watford on Wednesday.
While Crystal Palace are never a team to have complete faith in, they have showed in recent weeks, with victory over Manchester City and a 4-3 defeat to Liverpool, that they can compete against the bigger teams and Roy Hodgson’s side will have far fresher legs.