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    FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion
    Everton vs Blackpool/Sheffield Wednesday
    Chelsea vs Birmingham City
    Crawley Town vs Stoke City
    Stevenage vs Tottenham Hotspurs
    Norwich City vs Leicester City
    Sunderland/Middlesbrough vs Arsenal/Aston Villa
    Millwall/Southampton vs Bolton Wanderers

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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    My predictions for the live TV games are Sunderland/Middlesbrough vs Arsenal/Aston Villa, Stevenage vs Tottenham Hotspurs, Chelsea vs Birmingham City, Crawley Town vs Stoke City & Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion

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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    Crawley/Stoke; Stevenage/Spurs and Liverpool/Brighton for TV for sure.







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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    I now want Everton to win the cup.

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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    Great draw for Stevenage.Liverpool for the cup

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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    Some terrible looking games tbh. FA Cup is really losing its importance in my opinion.

    Carling Cup has been more interesting so far this year.

    Stevenage vs Spurs is the game I'm most looking forward to as I have a bit of a soft spot for both teams.

    And he scores goals...!




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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    Quote Originally Posted by PS View Post
    Some terrible looking games tbh. FA Cup is really losing its importance in my opinion.
    I think thats because all the top teams avoided each other, could be a pretty strong last 8 though.

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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    The first televised games have been announced

    The Football Association has confirmed the two FA Cup with Budweiser Fifth Rd ties that will be broadcast live on ITV.

    The first tie will air at 5.15pm on Saturday 18 February and will feature the winners of Middlesbrough v Sunderland against Arsenal.

    Arsene Wenger's side battled back from a 2-0 deficit against Aston Villa on Sunday to secure a trip to the North-East.

    Two Robin Van Persie penalties sandwiched between a Theo Walcott strike gave the Gunners a 3-2 win at the Emirates.

    Arsenal's north London rivals feature in the second live tie on Sunday 19 February when Tottenham Hotspur travel to League One Stevenage at 2pm.

    It will be Tottenham's third game against Football League opposition in The FA Cup this season having already disposed of League Two Cheltenham Town and Watford of the Championship.

    Stevenage are no strangers to a Premier League giant-killing having beaten Newcastle United 3-1 in last season's competition.

    The winners will receive £180,000 from The FA Cup Prize Fund while all four clubs receive £212,000 from The FA's live broadcast fee.

    Sunderland or Middlesbrough v Arsenal
    5.15pm, Saturday 18 February
    Live on ITV1

    Stevenage v Tottenham Hotspur
    2pm, Sunday 19 February
    Live on ITV1

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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    So thats possibly a 4th game for us on TV, brilliant



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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    The ESPN games have been announced

    The FA Cup with Budweiser Fifth Round weekend will see three live ties broadcast on ESPN.

    It all kicks-off on Saturday 18 February at 12.30pm with Chelsea entertaining Birmingham City at Stamford Bridge. Juan Mata’s penalty was enough for Andre Villas-Boas’ side to edge past QPR at Loftus Road while Birmingham powered their way through Sheffield United with a convincing 4-0 win against the League One promotion hopefuls.

    There will be two live ties on Sunday 19 February and the first features last season’s FA Cup runners-up, Stoke City, travelling to League Two Crawley Town.

    Crawley have carved out a reputation for FA Cup giant-killing over the last twelve months having beaten Derby County and Torquay as a non-League side last year and two Championship sides in Bristol City and Hull City this term.

    The club made national headlines last season when they were narrowly beaten 1-0 by Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Fifth Round.

    Stoke sealed their passage to this year’s Fifth Round stage with a comfortable 2-0 win over Derby County at Pride Park thanks to goals from Cameron Jerome and Robert Huth. The Potters trip to Broadfield Stadium kicks off at 12pm.

    The final game of Fifth Round weekend sees Liverpool host Brighton & Hove Albion at 4.30pm.

    Kenny Dalglish’s side dug out alast minute 2-1 win over Manchester United in the Fourth Round thanks to a Dirk Kuyt goal while Mike Williamson deflected a Will Buckley shot into his own net as the Seagulls beat Newcastle United 1-0 at the Amex Stadium.

    All six clubs taking part in the live ties get £212,000 as part of The FA Live Broadcast Fee while the winners receive £180,000 from The FA Cup Prize Fund.

    Yesterday saw The FA confirm Sunderland/Middlesbrough v Arsenal and Stevenage v Tottenham Hotspur as ITV’s Fifth Round live ties.

    Chelsea v Birmingham City
    12.30pm, Saturday 18 February 2012
    Live on ESPN

    Crawley Town v Stoke City
    12noon, Sunday 19 February 2012
    Live on ESPN

    Liverpool v Brighton & Hove Albion
    4.30pm, Sunday 19 February 2012
    Live on ESPN

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    So I was 5/5 in predictions.

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    Re: FA Cup 5th Round Draw

    There we go, Sunderland v Arsenal



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