All of these games kick-off at 19:45 on Tuesday
Bristol City v Doncaster
Match Odds: Bristol City 1.794/5, Doncaster 5.24/1, The Draw 3.953/1
Bristol City are performing far better than Championship dropouts Doncaster in League One, but Rovers edged their initial FA Cup third-round clash and should be as competitive in the replay. They are unbeaten in nine on their travels and have lost just four in 19 on the road in total this season (11 wins).
Paul Dickov has a bit of cup pedigree having knocked Liverpool out of this competition two years ago with Oldham. His Doncaster side have won five of their six away cup ties in 2014/15. Bristol City exited the Capital One Cup at home to League Two club Oxford and have won only two of their last nine FA Cup fixtures at Ashton Gate, both against lower-league opposition.
Recommended Bet: Lay Bristol City to win @ 1.84/5
Chesterfield v Scunthorpe
Match Odds: Chesterfield 1.84/5, Scunthorpe 5.14/1, The Draw 4.03/1
Scunthorpe are a different side from the one destroyed 4-1 on their previous visit to Chesterfield in September, as they proved when these clubs met seven days ago and they raced into a 2-0 half-time lead, with the Spireites needing to net twice in the closing 20 minutes to salvage a replay.
The Iron are undefeated in 11 games, but a feature of their matches that has enjoyed an even longer lifespan is both teams scoring. This occurred in 18 of their past 21 encounters, including each of the most recent nine, and has also been prevalent in seven of Chesterfield's last eight FA Cup home ties.
Recommended Bet: Back both teams to score @ 1.814/5
Wolves v Fulham
Match Odds: Wolves 1.9210/11, Fulham 4.67/2, The Draw 3.7511/4
Wolves and Fulham have contested contradictory Championship campaigns. While Wolves were electric at the start, Fulham were abject; the Cottagers then gained momentum as Kenny Jackett's men ran low. Now, Wolves are benefitting from a second wind just as the Londoners have been blown off course.
The sole strike that Wanderers have conceded in four games since Christmas was an 87th-minute Danny Batth own goal. In that same period, Fulham have competed four times without scoring. They have also fired blanks in both collisions with Wolves this term, and those were at Craven Cottage.
Recommended Bet: Back Wolves to keep a clean sheet @ 2.767/4