The Daily Acca: Coventry to get the job done at St Andrew's

It's all about the FA Cup for Paul Robinson today as he has picked out a 5/1 Daily Acca across three of the replays. Here are his selections:

Coventry to progress to face their landlords

Bet 1: Back Coventry @ 8/13 - KO 19:45 GMT
The Sky Blues should have had the measure of Bristol Rovers in the original match of this tie, but in the end they twice had to come from behind to earn this replay.
I very much doubt that Mark Robins' side will make the same mistake twice though, as they are back at St Andrew's - a ground where they have won eight of their 13 League One games there this season, and lost just one.
The Pirates are only 12th in League One, and they have gone seven without a win in all competitions. They have won a few times on their travels this year, but they were beaten 3-0 at MK Dons on New Year's Day, and they failed to score at Fleetwood prior to that.

Premier League side to cruise to victory

Bet 2: Back Newcastle to win to nil @ 11/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
The Magpies should already be in the fourth round of the FA Cup, but they conceded a late equaliser at the Spotland Stadium, however they should be good enough to win to nil at St James' Park.
Steve Bruce's men aren't exactly in great form, but they earned an excellent point at Wolves at the weekend, and even with their injuries, they have a much stronger team than League One's Rochdale.
The Dale have lost two of their last three away from home, and I just can't see them finding the net against a Newcastle team who are only conceding an average of a goal a game in home Premier League fixtures.

Watford to concede again

Bet 3: Back BTTS in Tranmere v Watford @ 8/11 - KO 20:00 GMT
Tranmere produced the comeback of the FA Cup third round, as they fought back from 3-0 down at half time at Watford, to somehow draw 3-3.
Prenton Park will be well and truly rocking this evening, and while I expect the Hornets to progress in the end, I can definitely see the League One side getting at least one goal.
Micky Mellon's men don't have the greatest of home records, but they still score goals in front of their own fans, and they have netted at least once in each of their last seven here.

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