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Crawley Town hosts Leeds United at The People’s Pension Stadium in a match from the
third round of the FA Cup. Let us spend few minutes to preview it within our football betting
tips this weekend. Let’s get to work!
Let’s start with the hosts here. Crawley Town are currently participating in England’s
League Two and they are 6th in the standings with 34 points won. The club is performing
in a solid way since the beginning of the season which is giving them some hopes of
reaching the FA Cup 4th round as well. All kind of results happen in this competition
especially when the underdogs are playing at home.
Last week Crawley Town achieved another win in the League Two. John Yems’ team
secured the win with a winning goal from George Francomb after 61 minutes of playing.
Leeds United are arriving to Crawley with just one goal in mind – winning and progressing
in the competition. The Peacocks are the bigger club here, so this is entirely their game to
lose. We are pretty sure the manager Marcelo Bielsa and his players are perfectly aware
with this.
Against Crawley Town Leeds United will try to get back on the right path after their 0-3
defeat against Tottenham in the Premier League. The manager Bielsa was not happy with
his team’s performance in the capital, so maybe he’d make some changes as well. Players
like Poveda-Ocampo, Pablo Hernandez, Helder Costa and Jamie Shackleton could return
in the line-up.
These are the football betting tips this weekend for the FA Cup fixture between Crawley
Town and Leeds United on Sunday. There’s a little doubt about Leeds being the favourites
here, but in the FA Cup you must always play on one hundred percent. You can be sure
that Crawley Town will fight until the end here – that’s the spirit of this legendary

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