FA round of16 will continue tomorrow across England. The famous and oldest competition in English football is enjoyed by fans due to it's nature of suprises and major upsets. The core reason of this games is to prove who are the best team in England including the lower tier clubs. Here are a few matches I have sampled for you;
Everton vs Tottenham
Tottenham travel to meryside to take on the toffees in the knockout stages of the FA cup tie at Goodinson park on Wednesday night.
Everton fought hard in their game against united and rightly deserved to share the spoils in a 3-3 thriller on Saturday.
Meanwhile Tottenham who have been incosistent this campaign recorded an impressive 2-0 win over Westbrom last time out. However Spurs will have a tough fixture against an inform Everton.
My prediction: Tottenham win or draw.
Leicester vs Brighton
An inform Leicester will be hoping to return to winning ways when they take on Brighton at the King power stadium in a must win match for them.
The foxes have been brilliant this campaign, but they need a silverware to show their recent success. The host are 3rd in the EPL standings and would fancy their chances against an improving Brighton outfit.
Brighton have recorded impressive uniform 1-0 triumps against both Liverpool and manchester united in recent weeks. The visitors will be full of confidence heading to this match as they're unbeaten in their last 6 fixtures.
My prediction: Leicester win or draw.
Swansea vs manchester city
Championship side Swansea will host EPL titans Manchester city at the liberty stadium on Wednesday evening hoping to cause the EPL toppers a major upset in the last 16 of the FA.
Swansea are unbeaten in their last 5 matches and will head to this game full of confidence due to the fact that they were stubborn in their 3-2 loss to the citizens in their last head to head match.
The Citizens meanwhile are unbeaten in their last 14 successive games in all competitions and head to this match as big favourites.
My prediction: Manchester city win.
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