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Football Bet of the Day: Sunday, January 26
Back Raheem Sterling to score the first goal against Fulham @ 10/3 bet365
Manchester City may be relinquishing their hold on the Premier League title this season, they will not want to do the same with the FA Cup.
The defending cup winners play host to Fulham on Sunday and despite the visitors going well in the Championship – they are currently third – they should not be causing City that many problems.
Pep Guardiola may rest some of his big-name players, but then again, he might prefer to keep them on the field in a bid to keep them focused. Raheem Sterling has not scored a goal in any competition since bagging a brace in the 3-2 defeat at Wolves on December 27, that is a run of four Premier League games, one FA Cup match and one EFL semi-final. He will be eager to play to end this goal scoring drought.
We actually believe Sterling will start and will score the opening goal to boost his confidence and put City through to the fifth round of the competition they won so emphatically last season.
Football Bet of the Day: Monday, January 27
Back both teams to score and Arsenal to win against Bournemouth @ 13/5 Paddy Power
Bournemouth host Arsenal in the FA Cup on Monday night with both teams looking for a distraction away from the Premier League. Bournemouth are currently in the relegation zone with just one win in their last seven Premier League matches.
Arsenal are also not enjoying the best of campaigns, they lie 10th in the Premier League just seven points above their opponents. Arsenal fans will be far from impressed with what they have witnessed this season, but a cup run ending in a trip to Wembley would lift the dark clouds over the Emirates Stadium for a short while.
These two have already met twice in the Premier League this season. The Gunners won their first clash back in October when David Luiz scored the only goal in a 1-0 win at home. The return fixture on Boxing Day saw Daniel Gosling put the Cherries on course for a famous victory, only for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang level just after the hour mark as they played out a 1-1 draw.
Both teams are not afraid to go forward and attack, but they are also a little bit unsecure at the back. Arsenal love the FA Cup, they have won it a record 13 times, and we cannot see them slipping up at Bournemouth. We are going for Mikel Arteta’s men to win the game with both teams finding the back of the net.