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FA Cup > Feb 20th - 22nd

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Arsenal vs Hull: Gunners continue chase for third consecutive FA Cup win

The FA Cup 5th Round action kicks off this Saturday lunch time at 12:45pm when holders Arsenal entertain Championship leaders Hull at the Emirates Stadium on BT Sport 2. It will be the third year in a row that the sides have met in the competition with Arsenal winning both previous encounters and also going on to win the tournament both seasons. Would victory for the Gunners see history repeated come May?


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Bournemouth vs Everton: Cherries seeking first FA Cup trophy win as Everton take inspiration from 1995

There is an all-Premier League tie in the FA Cup this Saturday evening when Bournemouth take on Everton at Dean Court in a 5:15pm kick off. The Cherries are looking to win their first FA Cup trophy in their history where as Everton will be looking to the class of 1995 who last won the trophy for the Toffees when Paul Rideout's solitary goal defeated Manchester United 1-0.


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Bournemouth v Everton FC

(Both coaches could make some changes.)

Bournemouth: Tommy Elphick (5/0 d, doubtful), Tyrone Mings (1/0 d), Max Gradel (4/0 m), Callum Wilson (7/5 f, top scorer)

Everton FC: Oumar Niasse (0/0 m), Muhamed Bešić (6/0 d), Tyias Browning (5/0 d), Tony Hibbert (0/0 d)


Watford FC v Leeds United

Watford FC: Miguel Britos (15/0 d), Jose Manuel Jurado (19/0 m)(both doubtful), Tommie Hoban (0/0 d), Joel Ekstrand (0/0 d), Rene Gilmartin (0/0 g)

Leeds United: Chris Wood (25/8 f, top scorer), Gaetano Berardi (17/0 d)(both doubtful)


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Blackburn vs West Ham: Rovers looking to prove there is life after Rhodes

Championship strugglers Blackburn take on high-flying Premier League West Ham in a 2pm kick off at Ewood Park this Sunday in the FA Cup 5th Round. Rovers are coping with life after the departure of top scorer Jordan Rhodes and the Hammers will be looking to take a step closer to a Wembley appearance with victory here.


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Chelsea vs Manchester City: FA Cup favourites go face-to-face in 5th Round crunch tie

Two of the favourites for the FA Cup go head-to-head this Sunday in a 4pm kick off when Chelsea host Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. This competition gives the Blues a great opportunity to salvage a trophy win from what has been a disappointing season thus far and City will be looking to navigate their way past a cup game that comes just days before a crucial Champions League clash with Dynamo Kiev.


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Shrewsbury vs Manchester United: Can FA Cup bring Van Gaal a stay of execution?

League One Shrewsbury welcome Premier League giants Manchester United to New Meadow on Monday night in a 7:45pm kick off and the Shrews will be hoping to reach their first FA Cup Quarter Final since 1982. United's manager Louis Van Gaal continues to come under immense pressure with results not consistent enough but a win here could give him a stay of execution in his position at Old Trafford.


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Chelsea vs Manchester City

Chelsea to win 5/4 paddy power

I feel that Chelsea will be to strong for Man City as i think their opponents will be resting plsyers ahead of the champions league match against Dynamo Kiev and with Chelsea taking this competition seriously they have a great chance of going through to next round

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I do believe in Shrewsbury. Really I can't understand why everybody expect easy win of MU.

MU is full of injures players, team isn't motivated, coach is a bu..shit.. On the other hand home team will be highly motivated to beat famouse rival.

1-1 is good result but I suppose there will be 2-1 (1-0 after first half).

There must be the battle.

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