Leyton Orient 2.285/4 v Scunthorpe United 2.809/5, the draw 3.4012/5
If Scunthorpe made Peterborough look like Real Madrid last weekend, what team will Leyton Orient morph into this Saturday? Celta Vigo? If they do, the Londoners won't have their best player on the pitch, as Dean Cox has recently been ruled out for six months with a knee ligament injury.
I've watched Orient a couple of times this season, and despite a good start, they have dipped out of the play-off places. They can be quite a nervy side at home, and have only picked up one win from their last four. In the FA Cup first round they hammered Staines Town 6-1.
Scunthorpe boss Mark Robins described his side as "totally abject" after losing to Real Madrid (AKA Peterborough), but few are matching the form team in League One at the moment, and there won't be any pressure on the Iron this weekend.
Sides at this level often put in awful displays followed by a good one. Or vice versa, as Scunthorpe played really well at Bury the week before, winning 2-1 with a fine display from Luke Williams.
They have a scoring threat in Paddy Madden, who will be a cut above a fourth tier striker, and Scunthorpe do hit goals; smashing four at Oldham, three at Chesterfield and two at Bury.
The away side had a trickier first round match with Southend, and I think they can score on Saturday.
Back Leyton Orient clean sheet 'no' @ 1.402/5
Back Scunthorpe United in draw no bet @ 1.9010/11 (half point)
Chesterfield 2.506/4 v Walsall 2.407/5, the draw 3.8014/5
The manager-less derby awaits.
Chesterfield parted company with Dean Saunders following their recent 4-0 loss to Swindon, with the Welshman only lasting six months. A different story at the Banks's however played out this week, with another Dean (Smith) departing for a fairly interesting job at Brentford.
Walsall's loss is obviously greater, and Smith had been the fourth longest-serving manager in England with five years under his belt. He'd fashioned the Saddlers into an unlikely promotion contender, and are currently available at 4/1 to back on the Sportsbook to win League One.
The Banks's men are simply a better side (even though I often get them wrong), and I trust them more. Smith made them into a well-drilled unit, that play a bit of football, who each know their job with players that are comfortable in a certain system.
And thanks to the Walsall Advertiser for an excellent stat; Walsall have 15 different goalscorers all registering up to December, which highlights perfectly how they operate.
The visitors played on Tuesday evening, winning at Shrewsbury 1-3 in what looked a scrappy game by all accounts. But they are far more consistent in 2015, and can add to their first round success against Fleetwood.
The Spirerites have lost four straight games, conceding 12 goals in the process, and will be avoided for a bet this weekend.
Back Walsall to win @ 2.4529/20 (half point)
Peterborough United 1.654/6 v Luton Town 5.04/1, the draw 4.03/1
For fear of boring people with the scoring delights of Peterborough, I couldn't resist throwing them in as a 'bonus' match this weekend. Another huge success on Saturday - spanking Scunthorpe 4-0 ensured Graham Westley's side won all their games in November.
The talented Conor Washington bagged his first hat-trick in that game, and said afterwards: "All the boys are so creative and there are always going to be chances."
He cannot quite match a Westley quote, who isn't shy of a big-billing. He confidently stated: "Statistically we are the best team in League One over the last two months, that's great from our point of view, but we need to be vigilant now, as teams want to beat the best."
And they are supreme in terms of scoring, moving up to fifth in the table. Having been laid at nearly 135.0 for the title, Posh are back into 14.50, a position I am delighted with as I flagged them up on my ante-post column.
It's simple, they are the best attacking team at this level, and Westley will not dismiss the FA Cup.
Back Peterborough United to win @ 1.654/6 (half point)
Back over 2.5 goals @ 1.705/7 (half point)
Rochdale 2.206/5 v Bury 3.2011/5, the draw 3.3512/5
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The cameras have selected this north west derby, with neither side in particularly flying form. Bury manager David Flitcroft used to be Rochdale boss Keith Hill's right-hand man - and spent ten years at Spotland.
My first instinct is to be against the hosts here - especially at the price of 2.206/5. They are a typical League One side, who on their day are pretty good, but are way too inconsistent to muster any sort of play-off challenge. Indeed, manager Hill mentioned the 'i' word about five times last weekend.
Rochdale are best going forward quickly, and are fairly strong and direct. Hill said other teams do the 'basics' better than his.
Bury are a progressive club with some decent young players, but both these sides cancelled each other out earlier in the season; surprising given the Shakers have a potent front two in Tom Pope and Leon Clarke.
Flitcroft started with a 4-5-1 on Saturday against Millwall - a tactic that ultimately failed, leaving Clarke isolated for long periods up front. They look a better attacking unit in a 4-4-2 rather than flooding the midfield; allowing Danny Mayor a chance to get on the ball.
Bury will be missing speedy Joe Dodoo who is unavailable, but loan goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann can play. Joe Riley should be fit.
The visitors had a fruitful October - winning five on the spin, and they did beat in-form Burton last month, whilst their price in the draw no bet market looks too good to turn down.
Back Bury in draw no bet @ 2.305/4 (half point)
*You can read more tips as well as Ian Lamont's thoughts on the week's League Two teams in FA Cup action by visiting our dedicated English Football League section here on Betting.Betfair.