Can Millwall pull off another shock, or will Brighton's Premier League class prevail? Opta has the answers.
"Brighton are participating in their fourth FA Cup quarter-final; they’ve progressed from one of their previous three, doing so in 1982-83 when they reached the final."
Millwall and Brighton haven't met in the FA Cup since the 1956-57 season in the first round, with the Lions winning a replay to progress. The hosts are [2.4] to make the semi-finals in the to Qualify market.
Brighton have lost none of their last six visits to the Den against Millwall, all in league competition between 2009 and 2015 (W3 D3 L0). They are [1.67] To Qualify.
This is Millwall's 11th FA Cup quarter-final - all as a non-top-flight team; only Southampton (13) have reached more FA Cup quarter-finals while outside the top-flight. Millwall are [3.8] to win.
Brighton are participating in their fourth FA Cup quarter-final; they've progressed from one of their previous three, doing so in 1982-83 when they reached the final. They are [2.28] to reach a second semi-final with a win in 90 minutes.
Since the start of the 2016-17 campaign, Millwall have been won four FA Cup ties against Premier League opponents - more than any other non-Premier League side in that time. Millwall are [2.6] in the Draw No Bet market.
Millwall have won their last five home FA Cup matches against Premier League opponents, last losing in February 2012 against Bolton Wanderers. They are [1.74] Double Chance.
Brighton & Hove Albion haven't won three consecutive away FA Cup matches since December 1932. They are [1.57] Draw No Bet.
Anthony Knockaert has been involved in four goals in his last five FA Cup games for Brighton (2 goals, 2 assists); he scored and assisted in his last match against Millwall on New Year's Day 2014 for Leicester City in a Championship fixture. Knockaert is [5.0] to score.
Dan Fitch 2018/19 Season P/L
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