Wednesday, the Riverside, 7.45pm, live on ITV
HANDS up if Sunderland cost you a few quid when they failed to beat Middlesbrough in their FA Cup home meeting.
And hands up if you're still going to back them in the replay at the Riverside tonght. Yes, me too.
Sunderland are 11-10 almost across the board and I'm sure they'll win if they want it.
Since the first meeting Sunderland have gone from strength to strength, winning two league games to nil to climb to eighth in the table.
Middlesbrough continue to stutter and haven't won in five. Maybe the tie at the Stadium of Light provided their best chance to progress as they've picked up more points on the road this season and often freeze in front of a demanding home support.
The Championship promotion hopefuls have managed only one win this year and that came against League Two opposition so they aren’t exactly flying.
If anyone fancies Boro to pull off a shock they are 14-5 with BetVictor.
Comeback striker Fraizer Campbell, who bagged his side’s equaliser in the first game, is 15-2 at BetVictor to open the scoring and 2-1 to score at any time.
Campbell's worth a glance but the man who could beat him to the punch is on-fire Irish star James McClean who netted the only goal at Stoke at the weekend.
(13-5, Paddy Power, Blue Square)
McClean to score