Based on season stats, three FA Cup fixtures this weekend have a calculated chance of over 60% in seeing both teams to score.
Crawley v Leeds United is the top ranked game at 63%, and this market has landed nine times in the former's last ten games. The League Two side are the second top goalscorers in their division this season, scoring 34 goals in 22 games - they have scored in their last ten fixtures across all competitions.
Finding the back of the net doesn't tend to be an issue for John Yems' men, it's keeping them out of their own net that is. Their 28 conceded in the league is the second worst record for a top-half side and from just their two FA Cup games this season, they have shipped six goals. Such reading will encourage Leeds, who have scored 16 in their last eight. During these set of fixtures, they have only failed to score once. At evens, there seems to be big value in this selection landing.
Blackburn have been a tad hit and miss of late, but they remain dangerous in-front of goal. They have only drawn a blank twice from their last thirteen, scoring 2+ goals seven times. The Rovers will see their fixture against Doncaster as a potentially 'slippery' one though, with the League One club arriving in terrific form.
They have won 6 from their last 8, but five of these victories have come with BTTS. The market has landed ten times from their last twelve fixtures, certainly therefore justifying their inclusion on this list. At 3/4, there is yet again some value in seeing some goals in this FA Cup fixture.
The above fixture and also Newport v Brighton share a calculated chance of 61.2%, with the latter game sharing similar priced odds of 10/11. Both teams to score has landed in Newport's last four games - they certainly love a goal, having scored in their last nineteen games. Although the League Two club are facing PL opposition, this stat will certainly encourage them to push on.
Brighton have kept just one clean sheet from their last nine, conceding seven in their last four games. Going forward though, they certainly have the quality to punish a lower league side - they most recently put three past Wolves and in their EFL cup fixtures this season, scored four against Portsmouth and twice away to Preston.