Saturday's FA Cup fifth round preview
Luton (3/1) are the lowest ranked team left in the competition after their superb win at Premier League side Norwich, their reward is a home tie with Millwall (19/20, draw 23/10).
Not too long back this was a regular fixture in the Football League, but Luton have suffered some big game nerves over the last few years and have repeatedly lost in the play-offs as they aim to get out of the Conference.
It looks like the Hatters will have to rely on the play-offs again, as they're way off the top spots and have a seriously congested fixture list to contend with between now and the end of the season, including nine games in March alone.
It makes me think that fatigue could play a part in this one, while they did impressively in the last two rounds, Millwall isn't really the sort of fixture to get the juices flowing and I think the Championship side's class will tell.
Kenny Jackett has added Rob Hulse (5/1 FGS) to his ranks to try and get the goals flowing again since Chris Wood departed, the on-loan star will link up with Andy Keogh (5/1), who we have based our offer around.
We have boosted the price of the Republic of Ireland front man scoring in an away win from 2/1 to 3/1, the opposite scenario with Jon Shaw notching in a Luton win is boosted from 9/2 to 6/1.
My pick for this game would be Draw/Millwall in the double result market at 9/2.
It's that familiar time of the season again for Arsenal (1/3) fans, as they wait for their final hopes of winning a trophy to be extinguished and concentrate on their usual goal of finishing in the top four.
Their wait should go on at least until the next round as Blackburn (8/1, draw 4/1) shouldn't cause them too many problems, but the restless Emirates faithful must be thinking how long this can go on for.
With a big Champions League game against Bayern Munich to come next week, Arsene Wenger will surely feel the urge to rotate his squad, meaning the likes of Gervinho (4/1) and Andrei Arshavin (7/1) could get a run-out.
Ivorian man Gervinho has attracted his fair share of critics, but after a couple of goals at the Africa Cup of Nations he at least will have got some confidence back.
Talking of players who will be trying to get back to former glories, David Bentley (20/1) will return to North London as he has joined Rovers on loan, he famously scored a screamer for Tottenham a few years back here and could be worth a few quid at 7/1 to pounce at anytime of the match.
The Lancashire outfit are back to a bit of decent form now since Michael Appleton finally found a job he's happy at, a crack at the play-offs is certainly within reach and anything they get from this match is a bonus.
Despite clean sheets in their last two games, the Gunners have looked shaky at the back most of the season and I'd be considering something to one in your correct score bets; 3-1 at 9/1 has appeal while a repeat of Arsenal's last round score 3-2 is a cracking 20/1.
Our offers on this match are Santi Cazorla (5/1) to score in a home win enhanced from 6/4 to 2/1, and Jordan Rhodes (6/1) to notch in a shock victory enhanced from 15/2 to 14/1.
The Dons (6/4) shocked QPR in the last round and now face a team they could well meet in League 1 next season, Barnsley (9/5, draw 11/5), in the fifth round.
This is one of the more intriguing ties of the round as the team that are in form are the Championship side, but they're the outsiders to win the match, despite MK's recent poor run of results.
Karl Robinson's men had been around the League 1 play-off picture for a while, but a run of just one win in eight has seen them plummet to 12th and 10 points adrift of the top six.
The Tykes on the other hand seem to have gone from strength to strength ever since appointing David Flitcroft as their new manager.
Chris Dagnall (6/1) has been instrumental in their return to form having scored four goals in six games, and we've enhanced the price of him grabbing another goal in a Barnsley win from 7/2 to 5/1, the offer for MK is Dean Bowditch (11/2) scoring in a home win from 5/2 to 7/2.
Jason Scotland (13/2) has come off the bench to score in Barnsley's last three games, and you can get 11/1 that he scores the final goal of an away win this weekend.
The final game of Saturday's FA Cup action sees Oldham (7/1) attempt a Merseyside double as they welcome Everton (4/11, draw 19/5) to Boundary Park.
The man who masterminded their fantastic win over Liverpool, Paul Dickov, has since left the club due to some less than spectacular league results, Tony Philliskirk is in the hotseat for now but he's said he only wants it temporarily.
The Latics won at the weekend, but they are in a real dogfight and they can't afford to let this match get in the way of the main job at hand for the season.
This game for Everton on the other hand can help add to what they hope will be a fantastic season as they chase a Champions League place, they're six points off that lucrative fourth spot at the minute thanks to two games without a win, but they usually finish the season strongly and will not give up till it's mathematically impossible.
The Toffees will not take this match lightly, they got dumped out of the League Cup by lower league opposition in Leeds earlier in the season and they won't want another result like that on their copy book.
I would expect all the big guns to feature in Lancashire, with Marouane Fellaini (7/2) in particular sure to enjoy his afternoon of rough and tumble tackles on the bobbly pitch.
The big Belgian is who we focus our offer on, it's 6/4 from 6/5 that he scores in an away win, fourth round Oldham hero Matt Smith (10/1) is enhanced from 10/1 to 16/1 to score in a home victory.
The lanky forward has not actually played since that famous day, with Lee Barnard (8/1) and Chris Iwelumo (9/1) playing and scoring last week; Philliskirk has a tough decision on his hands regarding the forward positions.
The romantic in me would love to see another repeat of Oldham's win over Liverpool (66/1 for a 3-2 win), but I can see the Toffees doing a professional job on their opponents and a 2-0 away win has appeal at 13/2.