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Southampton, Tottenham and Bradford in excellent 11/2 FA Cup treble

Coral are offering customers a fantastic FA Cup special for all of Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur and Bradford City, who are all favourites to win their cup replays, to win their fixtures in 90 minutes at an enhanced 11/2 price.

Ronald Koeman’s super Saints travel to Ipswich Town and Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs host struggling Burnley, while Bradford face Championship relegation-threatened Millwall.

Ipswich v Southampton
The home side have not defeated Southampton since November 2007, when they met in a Championship clash, with the south coast club unbeaten in the last seven meetings between these teams.

High-flying Saints are in fantastic form, recently winning at Old Trafford for the first time in 27 years, thanks to a Dusan Tadic goal in a shocking 1-0 victory. The Serbian is 7/4 to net at anytime again at Portman Road.

Koeman’s men have impressively risen to third in this season’s Premier League table, after a sensational campaign so far. The superb Saints are 21/10 to win to nil against an Ipswich Town side that lost to Derby last time out.

Tottenham v Burnley
Pochettino’s Spurs, odds-on 2/7 favourites, toppled struggling Burnley already this season, securing a 2-1 triumph over Sean Dyche’s men at White Hart Lane.

Erik Lamela struck late in the first-half to earn his side all three points in their previous meeting, and the Argentine attacker is 6/1 to open the scoring in this third round replay.

Tottenham have been beaten just once in their last eight games in all competitions, and face a relegation battling Burnley outfit, who stutter down in 17th place, just a point safe of the drop zone.

Bradford v Millwall
The Bantams currently sit fifth in the League One table, pushing for a play-off place, and will face a struggling Lions side that are haplessly hoping to avoid the drop from this season’s Championship.

Battling Bradford, 11/8 to win, are in great domestic league form having lost only once in their previous eight outings, climbing into the top six. The Yorkshire club have not been beaten by Millwall since December 2006.

Phil Parkinson’s potent outfit were held to a 3-3 draw in the reverse FA Cup meeting, with Ricardo Fuller’s late strike sending the teams for a third round replay. Billy Knott netted a delightful double for the Bantams in that clash, and is available at 11/4 to net anytime at Valley Parade.