25 a game. The Blades are slightly less prolific, and they certainly concede far fewer than their hosts, but this game looks like it’s got Both Teams to Score written all over. It’s a punt that would have paid in five of Wrexham’s last six and five of United’s last seven. Get the popcorn ready. NEW TO PADDY POWER NEWS? WELL, HOW DOES £/€20 AFTER SIGNING UP SOUND? Maybe I’m getting carried away here but looking at those numbers mentioned a second ago, we’ve got to side with goals and lots of them here. WE know that Wrexham have seen an average of 4. 25 goals per game in the last eight and this punt would have clicked on five occasions in that run.
The Blades have only seen Over 3. 5 Goals on two occasions in their last six. In their last seven games there’s been 19 goals, an average of 2. 7 per match. With two sides who love to get among the goals, going quite high could be a smart play. I mentioned that Wrexham had a few players who should be playing in League One at least and one of them is their lethal hitman and political commentator Paul Mullin. The 28-year-old is ticking along at just under a goal a game this term with 26 in 30 appearances. He’s their undisputed superhero and head into this game on the back of a goal in four successive matches and seven in his last six appearances.
Let’s roll. Fa Cup clashes often come down to who actually wants to progress more and, with The Blades second in The Championship and hunting a return to the top flight, it’s probably fair to assume that Wrexham will be more keen to progress. The hosts have their own promotion on the mind and they’re top of the National League. But, as you’re probably well aware, they are no ordinary National League side and they’ve got a top-end League One budget and some players who certainly should be plying their trade a couple of leagues higher. Make no mistake, United are clearly the better team but with all the hype and millions of eyes on Wrexham, the script is written for them to get something here.
Football Tips: Our blockbuster 8/1 Wrexham v Sheff Utd Bet BuilderWrexham v Sheffield United Bet Builder tips Wrexham and The Draw (Double Chance) Both Teams to Score Over 3. 5 Goals Paul Mullin to Score Anytime A Bet Builder with these bets pays at approximately 8/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP. HAVEN’T A CLUE WHAT A BET BUILDER IS? WELL, LET OUR HANDY WHAT IS A BET BUILDER? GUIDE REVEAL ALL! Sunday 4. 30pm: Wrexham v Sheffield United TV: BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport Website Wrexham and The Draw Hollywood rolls into Wrexham on Sunday afternoon as Billy Sharp and the Sheffield United boys make the trip into north Wales for a box office FA Cup 4th Round clash. It takes centre stage on Sunday so it’s only right we serve up a Bet Builder fit for the silver screen.
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Wrexham and The Draw in the Double Chance market kicks us off. Both of these are in absolutely sensational form. Sheffield United have won 11 of their last 13 in all competitions and Wrexham haven’t lost since the start of October, a run of 20 games across three competitions. Of course there’s different levels of opponents involved but The Red Dragons did knock out Championship opposition in the last round, a 4-3 barnburner with Coventry which saw them go 4-1 up and then cling on for dear life against 10 men. Wrexham fans have certainly had plenty of value for their entrance fee with a monster 34 goals across their last eight games, an average of 4.