Lawro’s adversary for FA Cup fourth-round weekend is Manchester United striker Dion Dublin and former Cambridge United.
Dublin made his name as a striker together with the U’s, who sold him for GBP1m in 1992 to United. He considered that Cambridge, who are mid-table in League Two and the lowest ranked side left in the contest, had an opportunity against the 11-time victor. And he was correct!
“Anything can happen,” Dublin told Sport before the match. “There’s always an opportunity in the FA Cup, there is always a turn.
“I do not believe Cambridge will win the tie, best scenario is to get a draw. Underdogs do often get several additional percentage against teams like Manchester United.”
A right result (deciding a win, draw or conquer) is worth ONE point. THREE points are earned by getting the precise score right.
Last week, Lawro got four right results from 10 Premier League matches, with no perfect scores.
His score of four points was defeated by comic Seann Walsh, who decided five right results, for a total of seven points with one perfect score.
We’re maintaining a record of the totals for Lawro and his guests (under), and revealing a table of the means by which the Premier League would appear if all of Lawro’s predictions were right (at the base of the page).