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FA Cup third-round predictions: Lawro vs Pies

Lawrenson_mid1_150x200 As many Pies readers know, Mark Lawrenson makes predictions for each round of Premiership games (and Cup games too), on the BBC Sport website. To give him his due, he usually does pretty well. Well, we've decided to take Lawro on at his own game, starting today. Can we outpredict the ex-moustachioed pundit?

Click below for our predictions… if you want to add your own predictions, please do.

FA Cup third-round predictions: Lawro vs Pies
(Three points for a correct scoreline, one for a correct result)


Tamworth v Norwich
Lawro says: 1-2
Pies says: 1-1

Birmingham v Newcastle
Lawro: 1-1
Pies: 3-1

Chelsea v Macclesfield
Lawro: 2-0 (Lawro alway, always predicts a 2-0 Chelsea win)
Pies: 3-1

Doncaster v Bolton
Lawro: 0-2
Pies: 1-1

Hull v Middlesbrough
Lawro: 1-2
Pies: 1-1

Leicester v Fulham
Lawro: 0-1
Pies: 2-1

Nottm Forest v Charlton
Lawro: 1-1
Pies: 2-1

Portsmouth v Wigan
Lawro: 2-0
Pies: 3-0

Reading v Burnley
Lawro: 2-0
Pies: 5-1

Sheffield Utd v Swansea
Lawro: 2-0
Pies: 3-1

Watford v Stockport
Lawro: 2-0
Pies: 1-0

West Ham v Brighton
Lawro: 2-0 (you see a pattern here?)
Pies: 4-0

Liverpool v Arsenal
Lawro: 2-1
Pies: 1-1


Man Utd v Aston Villa
Lawro: 2-0
Pies: 2-0

Everton v Blackburn
Lawro: 2-1
Pies: 1-1

Sheffield Wed v Man City
Lawro: 0-2
Pies: 1-1

Cardiff v Tottenham
Lawro: 1-1
Pies: 1-2

NB Lawro has just picked out the plum ties, so not all third-round games are mentioned.

January 5, 2007 in Betting | Permalink


Tamworth v Norwich 1-3
Birmingham v Newcastle 1-2
Chelsea v Macclesfield 1-3
Doncaster v Bolton 1-3
Hull v Middlesbrough 1-2
Leicester v Fulham 1-1
Nottm Forest v Charlton 1-1
Portsmouth v Wigan 2-1
Reading v Burnley 3-1
Sheffield Utd v Swansea 2-0
Watford v Stockport 0-1
West Ham v Brighton 2-1 (zamora winning goal)
Liverpool v Arsenal 0-0
Man Utd v Aston Villa 2-0
Everton v Blackburn 1-2
Sheffield Wed v Man City 2-2
Cardiff v Tottenham 0-2

Haven't tried too hard there, but if you're going to do this for all the prem games as well, am confident i can beat the both of you most weeks ;-)

Posted by: Sheps | Jan 5, 2007 2:19:59 PM

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