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West Ham, Wolves and Bristol City feature in 15/2 FA Cup special

Fancy a midweek flutter? Then Coral have another superb special on offer for you to enjoy!

Back West Ham United, Wolves and Bristol City all to win their FA Cup replays in 90 minutes at a fantastic 15/2.

Here are even more reasons why you should reap the rewards of backing this terrific treble.

West Ham v Everton
West Ham will be hoping to take advantage of Everton’s poor run of form in their FA Cup third round replay, with the Toffees without a win in six games.

Sam Allardyce’s side, 13/10 to win, have had a terrific season so far, currently sitting in seventh spot in the Premier League table.

The Hammers were unluckily denied a spot in the next round of this season’s FA Cup after Everton striker Romelu Lukaku struck a very late equaliser at Goodison Park to force a replay.

High-flying West Ham have been boosted by the return of star striker Andy Carroll, with the terrific target man firing against Swansea City in his side’s last Premier League outing. The former Liverpool centre foreward is available at 11/2 to net the opener at Upton Park after making a return from injury.

Wolves v Fulham
Following their goalless draw with Fulham, Wolves overcame Blackburn Rovers with a narrow 1-0 triumph at Ewood Park last time out, and will be hoping to continue a decent run of form in their third round replay.

Kenny Jackett’s men, 19/20 favourites, have won four of their previous six games in all competitions and face a struggling Fulham outfit that are without a victory in four competitive fixtures.

David Edwards grabbed the winner for his side in the 1-0 victory last time out, and the attacking midfielder is 9/4 to net again at anytime against the Cottagers.

Bristol City v Doncaster
The Robins have been in sensational form this campaign, rocketing to the top of the League One table with 51 points, after five wins in their last six league games.

Matt Smith was on target in the previous clash with Doncaster Rovers, levelling the tie late in the second half to give his side a chance in a replay. He has since grabbed a four-goal haul in a Football League Trophy tie.

Bristol City, 4/5 favourites, are 21/10 to secure a victory to nil and 10/1 to bag four goals again, after thrashing Notts County 4-0 in their last league outing.