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FA Cup Sunday Accumulator: Blades and Red Devils victories part of 10/1 acca

Three of the four FA Cup quarter-finals take place on Sunday, including an all-Championship tie between Sheffield United and Blackburn.

League Two Grimsby's run to the last eight has been one of the stories of the FA Cup so far but the chances of them causing another huge shock against top-flight Brighton seems remote, while Premier League pair Manchester United and Fulham meet at Old Trafford.

With a trip to Wembley and a place in the last four up for grabs for the winners, all six teams will be desperate to progress and we have selections for all three games in a treble worth 10/1.

Sunday's FA Cup three-fold acca:

Our FA Cup three-fold selection is priced up at 10/1.

Sheffield United to win & both teams to score v Blackburn @ 11/4

Brighton/Brighton - Half Time/Full Time @ 4/9

Manchester United to win and total goals over 2.5 @ 11/10

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Blades can edge out Rovers

What:Sheffield United v Blackburn Rovers
Where:Bramall Lane, Sheffield
When:12:00, Sunday 19th March 2023
How to watch:bet365 Sports Live Streaming & ITV1
Odds:Sheff Utd 4/6, Draw 13/5, Blackburn 19/4

Both Sheffield United and Blackburn are hunting for promotion in the Championship this season with the Blades second and Rovers down in fifth before Saturday's games.

They can take a break from focusing on getting back up to the Premier League this weekend when they go head-to-head in the last eight of the FA Cup.

Blackburn are looking to make the last four of the famous competition for the first time in 16 years, while United are preparing for their third FA Cup quarter-final in four years.

The league meetings between the two have ended in a 3-0 home success for the Blades and a 1-0 win for Rovers at Ewood Park and this should be a competitive tie with a home win and both teams finding the back of the net this time, available at 11/4, appealing in the Result/Both Teams to Score market.

Rovers have scored at least one goal in each of their last nine matches in all competitions, hitting 14 in total in that run, while the Blades have got on the scoresheet in nine of their last 10 games at home in all competitions.

To further the case for action at both ends at Bramall Lane, Paul Heckingbottom's side have scored nine goals in their four games in the competition so far, including four at home, while Blackburn have hit six, four of which have been on the road.

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Brighton can end Grimsby's dream run

What:Brighton v Grimsby
Where:Amex Stadium, Brighton
When:14:15, Sunday 19th March 2023
How to watch:bet365 Sports Live Streaming & BBC1
Odds:Brighton 1/8, Draw 15/2, Grimsby 22/1

League Two Grimsby are just one game from Wembley after a sensational run to the last eight. Wins over Plymouth, Cambridge, Burton, Luton and Southampton have taken them this far but the chances of the Mariners causing another shock against Brighton is highly unlikely.

The Seagulls have been very impressive under Roberto De Zerbi for much of the season and they are chasing at least a top-six finish in the Premier League.

Grimsby come into the tie on a three-game unbeaten run, winning their last two matches 1-0 against Rochdale and Sutton United, but going to the Amex is a huge step up.

Brighton are unbeaten in their last four games in all competitions and at home have won five of their last six games, conceding just two goals in that run.

De Zerbi will probably name a strong side with Wembley the reward so expect Brighton to dominate against their fourth-tier opponents from the off and backing the hosts to win in the Half Time/Full Time market at 4/9 seems wise.

Red Devils eye swift return to Wembley

What:Manchester United v Fulham
Where:Old Trafford, Manchester
When:16:30, Sunday 19th March 2023
How to watch:bet365 Sports Live Streaming & ITV1
Odds:Manchester United 4/9, Draw 7/2, Fulham 6/1

After Manchester United beat Newcastle to win the EFL Cup last month, they are on the verge of booking a swift return to Wembley if they can see off Fulham at Old Trafford.

Erik ten Hag's side have bounced back admirably from the humiliating 7-0 defeat at rivals Liverpool at the start of the month by advancing past Real Betis in the Europa League, winning 5-1 on aggregate.

They were held to a frustrating home goalless draw by struggling Southampton last weekend but played an hour of that game with 10 men following Casemiro's sending off and will likely create plenty of chances against the Cottagers.

The Red Devils have progressed this far thanks to successive 3-1 home wins over Everton, Reading and West Ham and they can pick up where they left off against the Hammers in the previous round and advance past Fulham, with at least three goals in total again in the game looking backable at 11/10 in the Result/Total Goals market.

In-form Marcus Rashford, who is 21/20 to score Anytime, is the home side's obvious chief goal threat, but he is backed up by the likes of Bruno Fernandes, Wout Weghorst and Antony, provided he recovers from the illness that kept him out of Thursday's win over Betis.

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