Watford and Leicester are the type of Premier League second tier clubs that often progress far in the FA Cup without winning it. Since the start of the Premier League era the average finishing league position of the runners-up is eighth. Watford are currently in that position and Leicester are one place above. The latter are better equipped to reach the final and at 25/1 to win the Cup that equates to LEICESTER at 13/2 with Betfair to finish as runners up. At the current each way odds WATFORD are 9/1 to lose in the final. Bear in mind that the win element of the bet is lost so bet settlement is not at one half the odds.
The two live TV matches that have brought together Premier League sides playing away with opponents from much further down the pyramid have gone to form. Tottenham and Arsenal have got the job done at Tranmere and Blackpool without conceding a goal and scoring ten times in total. Leicester can maintain the average at Newport County but Watford may not rack up the expected number of goals without reply against their opponents.
Woking have won their last seven games in National League South, scoring 21 goals and conceding six. They have won away ties 1-0 in the first two rounds of the FA Cup. WOKING +2 is the bet at 7/5 with Ladbrokes which means they must prevent Watford winning by three goals or more to make it a winning bet. You should also consider BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE at 29/20. This is the David and Golith tie that could be tricky for the Premier League outfit.
Naas stages the highest class race in Britain and Ireland with a Grade 1 novice hurdle over two miles and four furlongs (13.50). The race often identifies leading contenders for the novices’ hurdles at the Cheltenham Festival. Willie Mullins won the 2018 renewal with Next Destination and the horse then finished in third place behind Samcro at the festival. TORNADO FLYER can win Naas race for Mullins at 15/8 with Coral.