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FA Cup Third Round Wednesday Preview

The final three games of the FA Cup Third Round take place on Wednesday.

Last season’s runners-up Chelsea host Norwich in their replay for the right to face Newcastle at home.

Bournemouth narrowly avoided an upset at home to Wigan and they now face a tough trip to Lancashire to try and book a place in the Fourth round where they will could face West Ham.

Finally, Swansea host Championship leaders Wolves, with the winner facing a trip to League Two Notts County.

See below for a preview on each game, including predictions from our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey and bet365’s Steve Freeth.

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Chelsea 19:45 Norwich City
Stamford Bridge

MATCH ODDS: Chelsea 1/4 Draw 11/2 Norwich 13/1
bet365 Pick: Chelsea to win to Nil @4/5
GRAEME SAYS: Comfortable home win, little doubt for me…3-0

Swansea City 19:45 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Liberty Stadium

MATCH ODDS: Swansea 8/5 Draw 23/10 Wolves 2/1
bet365 Pick: Wolves to win @2/1
GRAEME SAYS: Tough call, can see this going to extra-time but maybe a home win…2-1

Wigan Athletic 19:45 AFC Bournemouth

MATCH ODDS: Wigan 11/8 Draw 13/5 Bournemouth 21/10
bet365 Pick: Wigan to win @11/8
GRAEME SAYS: I can see Bournemouth avoiding the upset…1-2

 

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