FA Cup 4th Round: Who faces whom as we await for a new holders of this year’s FA Cup

Arsenal are the most successful team in FA Cup.

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Arsenal are already out of the FA Cup in this season as the holders lost surprisingly at the hands of Nottingham Forest.

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There will be a new champion this season and the 4th round draw of the FA Cup took place yesterday at Coventry.

Manchester United will travel to Yeovil Town while Tottenham are up against Newport County, who toppled Leeds United in the 3rd round. Arsenal’s absence in this round of FA Cup is for the first time in over two decades, as the most successful club in this competition bowed out.

Nottingham will travel to KC Stadium to face 2014 finalists Hull City, while Manchester City will travel to either Cardiff or Mansfield.

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Yeovil Town boss Darren Way said that his club are delighted to host Jose Mourinho and his side and believes the whole town of Yeovil will be attending at the stadium on that day.

“We sit at home and read books about Mourinho and Guardiola, but to speak to them face-to-face there isn’t a price to put on that. To share that moment in my office hopefully before and after the game is what dreams are made of,” the Yeovil manager added.

League 2 side Newport are hosting Spurs in the 4th round and their manager Mike Flynn is also over the moon.

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“I’m absolutely buzzing about the draw,” he said. “It’s huge for the club and the players deserve it for their hard work. We can’t wait.”


FA Cup 4th Round Full Draw:

Liverpool v West Brom

Peterborough v Fleetwood/Leicester

Huddersfield v Birmingham

Notts County v Wolves/Swansea

Yeovil v Manchester United

Carlisle/Sheffield Wednesday v Stevenage/Reading

Cardiff/Mansfield v Manchester City

MK Dons v Coventry

Millwall v Rochdale

Southampton v Watford

Middlesbrough v Brighton

Bournemouth/Wigan v Shrewsbury/West Ham

Hull v Nottingham Forest

Newport County v Tottenham

Norwich/Chelsea v Newcastle

Sheffield United v Preston

 

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