Who Wins The Oldest National Football Competition In The World “The FA Cup” Draw

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Who Wins The Oldest National Football Competition In The World “The FA Cup” Draw

Arsenal FC that had to wait late to book a space in the next round of the FA Cup are drawn with Southampton/Norwich Fc.

Recalled that Olivier Giroud score an ’89 goal to give Gunners a win 2-1 in a match they were out played in the first 45mins by a non Premier League opponent.

The current holder of the trophy, Manchester United is to play Wigan Athletic in the Fouth Round of the prestigious FA Cup.

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The Current Premier League leaders, Chelsea is drawn to host Brentford also a non Premier League team in their fouth round of Football Association Cup, better known as The FA Cup.

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Monitored on Sky Sports, Middlesbrough have been handed a home tie against League Two side Accrington Stanley, while Hull travel to Fulham and Watford will make the trip to Millwall.

Non-league sides Sutton United and Lincoln will both have home advantage provided they win their third-round replays against Wimbledon and Ipswich respectively.

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The Full FA Cup Fouth Round Fixtures

Crystal Palace or Bolton v Manchester City

Middlesbrough v Accrington Stanley

Fulham v Hull City

Blackburn v Barnsley or Blackpool

Burnley or Sunderland v Fleetwood or Bristol City

Rochdale v Huddersfield Town

Millwall v Watford

Manchester United v Wigan Athletic

Chelsea v Brentford

Lincoln or Ipswich v Brighton

Southampton or Norwich v Arsenal

Plymouth or Liverpool v Wolves

AFC Wimbledon or Sutton Utd v Leeds

Oxford United v Newcastle or Birmingham

Derby v Leicester City

Tottenham v Wycombe

Matches are expected to be played from January 27 to 30.

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