10. Millwall and Wigan meet for the first time in eight years on Saturday, having met just once in the FA Cup before. Millwall boast a 9-6 overall win-loss record over Wigan and are 4.50 to win at Wembley. 9. Wigan, however, won their last two meetings in the 2004/05 season and are priced at 1.40 to go through. 8. Strikers Nathan Ellington and Jason Roberts netted for Wigan the last time these sides met in March 2005. Another 2-0 victory for the Premier League side is available at 9.25. 7. Millwall are on a three-game winless streak and have scored just twice over this period. The Lions are priced at 1.44 to net at Wembley. 6. The Latics, meanwhile, have scored seven in their last four games without defeat (W3 D1). Wigan are 1.20 to win/draw on the Double Chance. 5. Millwall last reached the FA Cup semi-final in 2004. They beat Sunderland 1-0 to make the final thanks to a Tim Cahill goal (see below). They are priced at 14.00 to repeat that scoreline.
4. Wigan have scored in 14 of their last 15 games while Millwall have netted in five of six. A price of 1.70 is available for both teams to score. 3. Kenny Jacket’s men have won just three games in London since the turn of the year and are 1.80 to lose on Saturday. 2. Millwall have scored just two first-half goals in their past nine games, while Wigan have kept four first-half clean sheets on the bounce. No goal to be scored before 30 minutes on Saturday is available at 1.80. 1. Roberto Martinez’s men have won three of their last six games without conceding and are available at 3.00 to repeat that feat at Wembley.