Don't rule out Claude Puel's side
Bet 1: Back Leicester @ 10/1 - KO 15:00 GMT
This is one of those selections where the price dictates the pick and I think that Leicester are being overlooked in the market here at 10/1.
These two teams met in the cup just over a week ago and the full time score was 1-1. It was arguably Man City who had more first team players starting the game than Leicester, and while the Foxes then went on to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the champions were losing at home to Crystal Palace.
Obviously I expect a reaction from Pep Guardiola's men, but Leicester are difficult to beat at the King Power, and Jamie Vardy will fancy his chances against a Manchester City defence that are conceding plenty of goals.
The visitors were beaten in their last away match, and prior to that they were hanging on to beat Watford. I'm not suggesting that the hosts are nailed on in the slightest, but 10/1 is too big.
Birds to beat the Bees
Bet 2: Back Bristol City @ 13/10 - KO 15:00 GMT
Thomas Frank led Brentford to only their second win under his tenure on Saturday, but a narrow 1-0 victory over Bolton isn't exactly strong form and I expect them to be beaten at Ashton Gate.
Bristol City put four straight defeats behind them to come into this game on a five match unbeaten streak, and they have played some top teams during that spell - including Norwich and Derby, most recently.
Admittedly the Robins haven't won in front of their own fans since a 1-0 success over Hull in October, but the Bees are yet to record a single victory on their travels this term - taking one point from a possible 15 of late.
Goals to flow at St Andrew's
Bet 3: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Birmingham v Stoke @ 23/20 - KO 15:00 GMT
It's all about goals at St Andrew's this afternoon as Birmingham take on Stoke in the Championship.
The Blues got back to winning ways at Wigan on Saturday as they thumped them 3-0 at the DW. Their match prior to that also had goals - a 2-2 draw at Blackburn, and six of their last seven at home have seen this selection land.
Stoke are in good form and they travel to Birmingham having gone 10 without defeat. Only four of those were wins though, but it is worth noting that three of them came within their five latest outings.
As far as the goals go, Gary Rowett's side have drawn their last two away matches 2-2, and four of their last six overall have ended with the ball in the net on three occasions or more.