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Chelsea, Man City, Spurs and Southampton in fab 10/3 FA Cup acca

Coral are celebrating the upcoming tasty FA Cup clashes by offering enhanced odds for four fantastic Premier League big-guns all to win on their own turf in 90 minutes.

Back Chelsea, Manchester City, Tottenham and Southampton at 10/3 all to triumph in their upcoming matches and give your bank balance the chance to benefit from some brilliant FA Cup magic.

Chelsea v Bradford City
Premier League leaders Chelsea are understandably heavy odds-on favourites at 1/8 to beat the Bantams, who ply their trade two tiers below them in League One, at fortress Stamford Bridge.

Currently still in the chase for an unprecedented quadruple, Jose Mourinho’s men have struck 11 times in their last four games, making them 13/8 to score four or more. Bradford, meanwhile, have won just once in their past four outings across all competitions, conceding five.

The Blues are taking every competition seriously, so star striker Diego Costa is 9/4 to fire home first, but talented back-up options Loic Remy (5/2 to bag a brace or better) and Didier Drogba (odds-on at 8/13 to grab a goal anytime) could also feature.

Manchester City v Middlesbrough
Hosts City last faced Championship side Boro in the FA Cup in 2010, when they defeated the Teesside team 1-0. Now a genuine force in European football, the Citizens are odds-on favourites at 3/10 to vanquish Middlesbrough again.

Aitor Karanka’s men will have to face a barrage of attacks from the Sky Blues’ brilliant strike-force, with top scorer Sergio Aguero available at 5/2 to net two or more, and Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic 7/2 and 4/1 to fire home first and last respectively.

Tottenham v Leicester City
Top four hopefuls Tottenham take on basement battlers Leicester, and are odds-on favourites at 4/6 to slay their visitors at White Hart Lane.

The floundering Foxes have downed Spurs just twice in 10 FA Cup match-ups, and have already been beaten by Mauricio Pochettino’s men in the league this term.

Men of the moment Harry Kane and Christina Eriksen were both on target to help sink Leicester last time out, and are 7/2 and 9/2 to score first and last respectively, so should make a difference yet again.

Southampton v Crystal Palace
Boasting the strongest backline in the Premier League, the Saints have conceded just once in their last three outings and are 21/20 to keep a clean sheet, or 31/20 to win to nil against Alan Pardew’s Palace.

Odds-on favourites at 8/13 to emerge victorious after putting three past their opponents earlier this campaign, the FA Cup may be scintillating Southampton’s best chance of silverware this season.

Expect Ronald Koeman to field a strong side against the Eagles, with striker Shane Long, star of the last round against Ipswich Town, 6/1 to open the scoring again.

Sensational new loan signing Eljero Elia bagged a brilliant brace last time out, and is 7/1 to score two or more again, while Italian marksman Graziano Pelle is 6/5 to get back on track by grabbing a goal anytime.