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FA Cup 2022/23 - 4th Round Matches


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all kick-offs 15.00 (GMT) unless stated

Friday 27th January, 2023
Man City vs Arsenal, 20.00 (Live on ITV)

Saturday 28th January, 2023
Accrington Stanley vs Leeds, 12.30 (Live on BBC One)
Walsall vs Leicester, 12.30 (Live on BBC Red Button)

Blackburn vs Birmingham
Bristol City vs West Brom
Fulham vs Sunderland
Ipswich vs Burnley
Luton vs Grimsby
Sheff Weds vs Fleetwood
Southampton vs Blackpool

Preston vs Tottenham, 18.00 (Live on BBC One)

Man Utd vs Reading, 20.00 (Live on ITV4)

Sunday 29th January, 2023
Brighton vs Liverpool, 13.30 (Live on ITV)

Stoke vs Stevenage, 14.00

Wrexham vs Sheff Utd, 16.30 (Live on BBC One)

Monday 30th January, 2023
Derby vs West Ham, 19.45 (Live on ITV4)

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16 minutes ago, MUFC said:

Any Premiership sides to go out against lower league clubs? 

Worried we might. History repeating itself from when we went out to Newport a few seasons ago.

Paddy Flynn is their manager. He was Newport manager.

Jamille Matt is a recent new signing. He played and scored for Newport. 

Walsall are currently mid-table in League Two. Newport were 12th back then.

 

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Just now, Happy Blue said:

Make a better final tbh

I was at Wembley the last time you beat us there, I can tell you that result hurt more than any I've ever witnessed.

I'd rather we play you before a potential final.

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Not much between the teams and I don't think either team showed much of what they're capable of. Was expecting it to be easier for Man City looking at the line-ups but it was still a nice finish from Ake to win it for them.

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Arsenal will take pride in that they did give City a run with a second string and while the FA is a nice one to win in context of this season Arsenal may be happy to go out and have less games to play.   I am sure this will affect Arsenal as they are in European competition but there was something that come up if we are to play Man United in the Carabao Cup final,  we will play 4 games while Man United will have 8 games,  which is quite a big difference in games.

Right now the league should be Arsenal's priority. 

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Job done, much better in the 2nd half and created lots of chances. Concerning we didn't finish more of them and that it took a deflected shot to score, and could have made it more comfortable with the scoreline.

Main thing is we're through. But we do have to raise our performance, especially in the first half of games, if we are to be satisfied.

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