Match One: Swansea City v Bristol City
The two sides are evenly matched, 11th and 16th in the Championship with 38 and 32 points respectively.
It was an FA Cup replay and the first ever tie ended in a 1-1 draw with Swansea leading at half-time before Bristol City striker Semeno headed home in the 75th minute of the second half. Both teams combined for 10 shots on goal throughout the game.
Swansea is better at home games, last 10 matches, 6 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses, 18 goals conceded 9, goals scored twice as many as conceded, attack and defense are good.
Bristol City, the recent 10 away results of 3 wins, 3 draws and 4 losses, scored 13 goals and conceded 15 goals, the average goal conceded 1.5 goals, it can be seen that Bristol City is not stable in the defensive game, but the recent 4 away performance, with 1 win and 3 draws.
Swansea are good at home, Bristol are bad at defending away from home, and with the team now unbeaten in four games, it will be difficult for a bad team to extend their unbeaten run to five.
With all this information in mind, Swansea should be able to eliminate Bristol City in regular time and advance to the next round
Match two: Wolves v Liverpool
Wolverhampton Wanderers have improved significantly since the change of manager and picked up three valuable points with a 1-0 win at home to West Ham United in the last league game.
It was also an FA Cup replay and the first meeting between the two sides at Anfield ended in a 2-2 draw, with Wolves scoring a late goal that was ruled offside and Liverpool escaping
Liverpool have been untrustworthy this season, weak in midfield and suffering from a slump in form, and there were few chances in last weekend's 3-0 league win at Brighton.
Liverpool's away results have been terrible, winning two, drawing two and losing five in the league. They have scored 11 goals and conceded 16, an average of two goals per game.
The state of the Wolves in the face of this season is not good at the battle of Liverpool, completely have the force of the first World war, maintain a draw to win.