FA Cup Sat Live odds : Stoke v Man City, Man Utd v Fulham, Brighton v Arsenal highlight as punters eye Wembley value

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It is all about the FA Cup fourth round in English football on Saturday and there are some cracking looking fixtures on show through the course of the day.

An all Premier League tie gets the action underway and Manchester City will be looking to end their miserable run of results at Stoke City. The Citizens haven’t tasted victory at the Britannia Stadium since Stoke returned to the Premier League in 2008.

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However, Roberto Mancini will see this as a good time to take on the Potters as they are on a poor run and unusually for them, look shaky at the back. It is likely to be a physical battle between these two, but an enthralling one to watch.

Moving onto the 3PM kick-offs, non-league Macclesfield Town host Premier League outfit Wigan Athletic in a match many will be keeping an eye on. The home side were winners over Championship leaders Cardiff City last time out, so fancy their chances of causing another upset, but know they have to raise their game once more.

For Wigan, this is a potential banana skin, but if they play their own game and get good players on the ball, they should have no problems.

Luton Town are another side from non-league to make it through to the fourth round and they make the trip to Norwich City on Saturday afternoon.

The Hatters are sure to bring a lot of fans to Carrow Road and they will be dreaming of an upset here. Norwich showed their professionalism in the previous round though as they went to Peterborough United and won 3-0, so don’t look like being at all complacent this time out.

Brighton & Hove Albion have already beaten Newcastle United in the FA Cup this season and now, they host Arsenal at the AMEX Stadium.

The Gunners are, as ever, looking to win the FA Cup and the longer the wait goes for silverware, the more desperate they become for it. Arsene Wenger’s men come here on the back of a 5-1 win over West Ham United, so should have no problems in beating their second tier opponents.

As they are on home soil though, Brighton will be confident of success.

Everton make the journey to Bolton Wanderers as well and should have a comfortable afternoon here. The Toffees are likely to put out a strong side again and have too much quality for the Trotters.

However, Bolton do have players with Premier League experience, so certainly aren’t to be written off .

Another intriguing encounter sees MK Dons on their travels to Queens Park Rangers. The Dons can come to Loftus Road in good spirits and they will be aware that Harry Redknapp is likely to have one eye on his league fixture in midweek as it is more important, so this could prove to be a famous afternoon for the League One outfit.

Other 3PM games that stand out are Reading v Sheffield United and Middlesbrough v Aldershot Town.

The evening match comes from Old Trafford and Manchester United will be expecting to make it safely through to the next round as they host Fulham.

The Cottagers are in poor form and struggling on the road recently and with how strong United are, it is difficult to see anything but a home win.

With goals, drama, entertainment and possibly few shock results to come in the FA Cup on Saturday – it should be a superb day of action.

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