FA Cup Predicta

Exeter City in the FA Cup Predicta this weekend Photo: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK

Exeter City in the FA Cup Predicta this weekend Photo: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK - Credit: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK

Torquay United can enjoy a rare weekend of rest but the action continues on our superb Predicta competition. 
We have six more games for you to guess the scores and the FA Cup third round dominates our Saturday football. 
As always, the third round of the world’s oldest cup competition has thrown up some intriguing matches and the prospect of some major shocks. 
Boreham Wood and Chorley are two teams from the National League with a chance to spring a major surprise on Championship visitors. 
There is also a strong local element to our competition, with Exeter City and Plymouth Argyle both taking on Championship opposition. 
The Grecians possibly have the better chance of progressing, as they welcome a Sheffield Wednesday team going through managerial turmoil. 
Argyle, meanwhile, travel to Huddersfield and have found it tough on the road this season. We also feature Everton at home to Rotherham. 
Our European game this week takes us to the Bundesliga and a massive showdown between two clubs looking to topple Bayern Munich. 
Can you beat our chief sportswriter Dave Thomas? 
BOREHAM WOOD v MILLWALL – 2-2 (90m)  
Potential upset here – Wood have won five on the trot, are scoring goals, wobbly Millwall must pick a strong side or...  
EXETER CITY v SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY – Wednesday win 2-1  
Grecians love these home ties and will be a handful, but Wednesday are on a mini revival in the league and can edge it.   
EVERTON v ROTHERHAM – Everton to win 2-0  
Ancelloti should pick a strong side after home defeat to West Ham, and the Cup is their best chance to win something.  
CHORLEY v DERBY COUNTY – Derby to win 3-0  
No more fairytales for Chorley – just thumped 4-0 by Fylde in the NLN and Derby will be too strong for them.   
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN v PLYMOUTH ARGYLE – Huddersfield to win 2-1  
Argyle will push the Terriers all the way, especially if the hosts don’t field their best team, but that should be enough.  
RB LEIPZIG v BORUSSIA DORTMUND – Leipzig to win 1-0  
Dortmund eased the pressure with a 2-0 home win over Wolfsburg, but Leipzig are in good form and can win a tight one.