JAMIE VARDY earned Fleetwood a record £1million in 2012 but won't be trying to stop them hitting the FA Cup jackpot today.
The England star returns to his first club but won't be risked by Leicester as they aim for a place in the fourth round.
Vardy's 31 goals in 34 games earned him a move to the big time as the Foxes paid a record fee for a non-league player.
Vardy's been nursing a groin injury and was expected to start but Claude Puel has left him out and named this side: Jakupović, Amartey, Dragović, Benalouane, Chilwell, King, Silva, James, Barnes, Gray, Slimani.
If there's a shock at Molineux it will be because Premier League Swansea win at Wolves.
In pyramid terms just one place separates the sides and Championship leaders Wolves are no bigger than 5-6 at Betway to beat the Swans who are 4-1 with Marathonbet.
Team news is important ahead of all ties but Swansea's new boss Carlos Carvahal is expected to rotate as he focuses solely on league survival.
He played weakened sides when in charge of Sheffield Wednesday and I like the look of Wolves who have won 10 and drawn two of their last 12 in the Championship.
There are bound to be shocks this weekend and the key is spotting them.
Teams under threat include off-form Southampton who travel to a Fulham side who are 29-20 at Marathonbet and Alex Neil's Preston who will be tested by Wycombe (16-5, bet365).
Bristol City looked jaded as they crashed 5-0 at Aston Villa and they're likely to rest stars head of next week's EFL Cup semi-final first leg against Man City. Back Watford at 1-2 with bet365.
As far as the big guns go Chelsea shouldn't have any problem at Norwich and are 1-2 at Ladbrokes while Man City, even without some of their main men, can take care of Burnley but they are too short at 1-5.
Bournemouth look decent at 10-11 with William Hill at home to League One Wigan and Newcastle, whose fans crave a cup run, should be too strong for League Two leaders Luton. They could concede to high scorers though and both to score pays 4-5 at bet365.
Under-pressure Mark Hughes needs a Stoke win at Coventry and his men are 3-4 at William Hill.
Best bets in League One are Derek Adams's on-form Plymouth at home to basement boys Bury and in League Two back against bottom-placed Forest Green when Port Vale visit.
- Fulham not to lose
- Newcastle v Luton btts
- Port Vale