Leicester v Manchester City
Four of the top five Premier League teams remain in the last eight and none of them will be playing each other. First up we have Leicester hosting Premier League leaders Manchester City at the King Power Stadium. City will make a lot of changes but that won't make them much weaker with their massive talented squad. Gabriel Jesus will likely get a start and Yaya Toure and Ilkay Gundogan can finally get some more playing time. However Leicester have a massive chance with their power and pace. City rested their key players for Shakhtar and payed the price with a loss. This could be another similar situation with a Leicester team very serious about cup competition. We can see Vardy snatching the winning goal late on in the game. We are backing a win for the home side, a great odd of 7.00 with William Hill!
Arsenal v West Ham
West Ham are back in great form, climbing out of the relegation zone with their new manager David Moyes. The Premier League will be their priority however and will likely make a lot of changes for this game. Arsenal will too, playing some of their kids again but still they will have so much quality with Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott likely to start. They are dying for games and have been in great form easily. It will be close certainly but the Gunners should get the win at the Emirattes. A win for Arsenal is at 1.55 with Betstars.
Bristol City v Manchester United
Bristol City are in fantastic form at the moment in the Championship, scoring a lot of goals and will have a great chance here at home. However United will have their best and key player Paul Pogba back. Jose Mourinho has stated that Zlatan Ibrahimoovic will likely start, his first since his injury last season. Jose Mourinho takes his cups seiously, and would love to win this again. He will try to do everything to succeed, and will likely rotate his squad if it is not going to plan on the night. United are rated at 1.44 to win at Bristol with Betstars.
Chelsea v Bournemouth
After Bournemouth were battered last weekend 4-0 against Liverpool and now find themselves in the relegation zone it now seems unlikely for them to succeed to the next round, especially against Chelsea at Stanford Bridge. They havent found a win in their lst 5 while Chelsea has won 3. Bournemouth will probably rest their big players for huge match against Manchester City on the weekend, a week that is not looking good for them. A rating for Chelsea is with William Hill at 1.33.