FA Cup weekend in the Predicta competition

Goodison park Dan Weir/Pinnacle

Goodison park Dan Weir/Pinnacle - Credit: Dan Weir/Pinnacle

 
We combine the quarter-finals of the FA Cup with another fascinating weekend in the Nation League title race for the latest Torbay Weekly Predicta competition. 
The Saturday games in the FA Cup include a spicy south-coast derby that will see Southampton travel to Bournemouth, a struggling Premier League side visiting a Championship hopeful. 
Manchester City take their quest for the extraordinary quadruple with a tough game at Everton. 
In the National League, Torquay United are entering a period of must-win games and a home clash with an unfancied side should yield three points. 
Leaders Sutton have a massive game at home to Stockport and a result that will carry huge significance across the division. 
Our final two games will see Yeovil making the trip to Notts County and Hartlepool welcome Woking.  
Can you beat our chief sportswriter Dave Thomas? 
AFC BOURNEMOUTH v SOUTHAMPTON - A draw 2-2 (90min) 
Staying up is Saints' priority, and they might just take their eye off the ball against inconsistent but dangerous Cherries. 
EVERTON v MANCHESTER CITY - City win 2-1  
Everton need this to save their season, but even Man City’s 2nd XI is too good for most and it will be again. 
TORQUAY UNITED v KING’S LYNN TOWN - Gulls win 3-0 
The Linnets are without several big players, and this is a must-win, confidence-lifter for Gary Johnson’s Gulls. 
SUTTON UNITED v STOCKPORT COUNTY - County win 3-1 
Gulls allegiances aside, County still have a big shout for promotion and can upset the leaders on their own patch. 
NOTTS COUNTY v YEOVIL TOWN - A draw 2-2  
Notts have been nervy at Meadow Lane and big, strong Yeovil will be a real problem, especially if they get in front.  
HARTLEPOOL UNITED v WOKING - Pools win 1-0 
Woking are tough at home, but they have struggled for goals all season and Pools will get through them eventually. 
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