Nothing to separate sides three leagues apart
Sheffield United and Wrexham will once again lock horns in the FA Cup. Bramall Lane is the venue for their replay, and the winners will play hosts to Tottenham Hotspur in the fifth round. Last time, the Blades rescued another opportunity to make progress with a goal deep in injury time to level things at 3-3, and despite the gulf in divisions, another close encounter is expected. Read our preview here:
On my Eg
John Egan was the player who rescued Paul Heckingbottom's side from becoming another Championship side to fall victim to the Dragons. The commanding centre back followed up that dramatic equaliser by nullifying Rotherham United's attacks last weekend, ensuring the visitors to the New York Stadium came away with a clean sheet and a point to boot. The head coach will ring the changes from the weekend despite a lengthy injury list, which could mean a return to the forward line for veteran Billy Sharp.
Palm it off
Phil Parkinson's charges saw off Altrincham on the road to maintain their dogged pursuit of Notts County at the summit of the National League. The north Welsh outfit remain three points behind but with two games in hand thanks to their deep cup run. The only alteration from the XI that lined up initially at the Racecourse Ground in the first clash between the two clubs is expected to be James Jones coming in for the injured Aaron Hayden in the back four. Elsewhere, while Paul Mullin has always been a known quantity, the focus of attention on him can often leave strike partner Ollie Palmer in space to shoot. The rangy target man will be looking to profit from set pieces late on if things are tight.
bet365 have odds of 4.33 for a draw after 90 minutes, ensuring that extra time at the very least will be required to separate them.