Saturday sees more FA Cup fourth-round action and I think Nottingham Forest are the team to produce some magic.
The Tricky Trees smashed Arsenal 4-2 in the third round and will not be daunted by their trip to Hull.
After relegation from the Premier League last term, the Tigers have struggled and Nigel Adkins seems to be steeling himself for a relegation battle.
Forest, in contrast, are pretty comfortable in midfield and new boss Aitor Karanka may follow the formula of taking the handbrake off in the cup.
This famous old club has seen some great days and nights in the past and, for me, 19/10 is the price of the day so back them to do the business at the KCOM.
Also, do not discount the ‘new manager bounce’ when Watford head to Southampton.
Javi Gracia has come in for Marco Silva and, with this being his first game, it seems unlikely he will field an under-strength side.
The same is unlikely to be said for Mauricio Pellegrino, whose own job is on the line, ironically with Silva thought to be waiting in the wings.
Pellegrino is sure to prioritise the Premier League and 3/1 is a standout price for the away win.
Finally, sticking with the new manager theme and struggling Toulouse could benefit when Troyes come to town.
The irrepressible Pascal Dupraz left the club sat 19th but Mickael Debeve, briefly of Middlesbrough’s midfield, is now in the role and will fancy an opening Ligue 1 win after losing at Bourg-en-Bresse in the cup.
Troyes are arguably the perfect opponents, losing their last six in the league on the road, so the home win at 20/21 looks too good to ignore.
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