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Tuesday's FA Cup fourth round replay accumulator

There are four FA Cup fourth-round replays on Tuesday evening, with non-league Wrexham's trip to Championship promotion contenders Sheffield United chief amongst them.

National League side Wrexham will attempt to script a fairytale ending from their trip to Bramall Lane - especially as Tottenham are awaiting the winners in the next round - while League Two Grimsby Town will be hoping to upset second-tier Luton Town.

There's also an all-League One replay between Fleetwood Town and Sheffield Wednesday and Championship leaders Burnley host Ipswich Town from the division below.

Wrexham's big chance may have gone

WhatSheffield United v Wrexham
WhereBramall Lane, Sheffield
When19:45, Tuesday 7th February 2023
How to watchITV4
OddsSheff Utd 9/20, Draw 10/3, Wrexham 11/2

Wrexham, of the National League, were seconds away from a famous fourth-round triumph against the Blades in their first tie when, leading 3-2, John Egan equalised for the visitors.

After that unpredictable 3-3 finish, it's tempting to suggest there may be similar drama in the replay and both sides will approach the game with confidence as they are both scoring plenty of goals and sit second in their respective divisions.

The problem for Wrexham is that they are three leagues below their hosts and quality should tell over another 90 minutes with Paul Heckingbottom's men likely to be desperate to get a crack at Spurs at home in the fifth round.

A Blades win with both teams to score, available at 2/1, seems backable for the first acca selection when you consider that Wrexham have hit 72 goals in the league so far this season from 28 games and they have racked up 18 in six games in the FA Cup to get this far.

Mariners eye Hatters' scalp

WhatGrimsby Town v Luton Town
WhereBlundell Park, Grimsby
When19:45pm, Tuesday 7th February 2023
OddsGrimsby 10/3, Draw 13/5, Luton 17/20

Wrexham are not the only team dreaming of a shock replay win as League Two Grimsby are at home to Luton of the Championship.

Grimsby are 16th in the fourth tier but did record a morale-boosting 3-0 win at Crewe at the weekend to set themselves up perfectly for another crack at the Hatters.

Luton, who were pegged back 2-2 in the first game between the sides, are up to fourth in the Championship after successive 1-0 home wins over Cardiff and Stoke recently.

With promotion maybe Luton's top aim in the second half of the season, this represents a good chance for an upset and Grimsby to win in Full Time Result has plenty of appeal to add to the acca at 10/3, an outcome that would see the east coast club make a trip to the south coast to take on Southampton next.

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Burnley made it nine wins on the spin in the league at the weekend with a ruthless 3-0 demolition of Norwich City and, even though Vincent Kompany's chief target this season will be securing automatic promotion, a run in the FA Cup is always welcome too.

The Clarets won impressively 4-2 at Premier League Bournemouth in the third round and will be confident of overcoming an Ipswich side who are third in League One and drew 1-1 at Cambridge on Saturday.

Burnley to win is 5/6 in Full Time Result and should be added to the four-match accumulator.

Owls should dump Fleetwood out

Finally, Fleetwood host Sheffield Wednesday and the form book points to a Wednesday win as Darren Moore's side are top of League One and on a run seven wins from their last eight matches overall - the only blemish being the first game against Town in the cup, which ended 1-1.

In contrast, Fleetwood are 17th in the same division and haven't won since early January, losing four of their last five games, including a 3-2 home reverse against Burton.

Wednesday to progress, which would set up a fifth-round trip to the winners of the Burnley-Ipswich replay, is available at 10/11 in Full Time Result and will hopefully round off what would be a 21/1 accumulator.

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