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Chelsea, Arsenal, Man Utd, Spurs, Man City FA Cup winners

EPL clubs Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs, Manchester City win FA Cup 3rd Round matches to book spots in 4th Round


Giant Premier League clubs Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City all won their FA Cup Third Round matches to book a spot in Round Four. Jurgen Klopp led his side to a goalless draw at Anfield on Sunday against Sonny Bradley’s Plymouth side. Winners of the Plymouth v Liverpool replay will host Wolves. FA Cup Fourth Round ties will be played on the weekend of 27-30 January. LiveFootballTickets.com has the very best selection of legal, authentic, guaranteed FA Cup tickets and FA Cup Final tickets for sale now online on their extensive, secure, football ticket marketplace.

After the FA Cup fourth-round draw: Southampton or Norwich will play titan EPL club Arsenal, while mighty Manchester United will host Wigan Athletic at Old Trafford. Holders Manchester United’s FA Cup defense and bid for a record 13th trophy and title will continue in their fourth-round tie against Wigan, the 2013 winners. Man United’s manager José Mourinho, FA Cup winner with Chelsea against United in 2007, will lead his new team in their tie against the Championship club.

Plymouth Argyle’s goalless draw at Liverpool on Sunday was a surprising result of the third round with credit due to the League Two club. Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool side will have a fight on their hands not to be eliminated in the replay next week to go on to a home game with Wolverhampton Wanderers at Home Park. Martyn Starnes, Argyle chief executive said they would be happy to play the Wolves at home. “When we beat Liverpool – that is a bit of task on our hands – but we’re really happy to have a home draw. Wolves are a massive club so they’re bound to bring a big crowd.” Sutton United will host Leeds United if the lower tier National League’s 14th-placed team defeat AFC Wimbledon in their third round replay next week. In third round action over the weekend, Manchester United defeated Reading 4-0 at Old Trafford. Marcus Rashford scored two goals, his first since September. Although Rashford was no doubt frustrated, his fifth Manchester United goal was Rashford’s first strike since 24 September, in his 10th start since then. José Mourinho rested Zlatan Ibrahimovic and fielded Rashford in against ex-United footballer and now Reading manager Jaap Stam’s side. Rashford’s response was to score twice.

After the match Rashford talked with the press about his goalless spell. “I think, halfway through the period of not scoring, it was a bit frustrating but, after I started to settle down again and getting some assists, and I was starting to play better football and now the goals have come so I’m just happy,” said Rashford. United’s superstar striker and captain Wayne Rooney opened the scoring in the match to become Manchester United’s joint-record holding top goal scorer with his 249th goal for United, tying with Sir Bobby Charlton. Thirty-one-year-old Rooney’s current contract ends in summer 2019, as Wazza approaches his 35th birthday. The 31-year-old was key in the 4-0 win against Jaap Stam’s team that put the FA Cup holders into the fourth round.

2016-17 FA Cup Third Round Results

2015-16 FA Cup holders Manchester United will go on to the FA Cup 4th Round along with EPL giant clubs Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester City.

  • West Ham United 0-5 Manchester City Olympic Stadium London
  • Manchester United 4-0 Reading Old Trafford
  • Stoke City 0-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers Britannia Stadium
  • Cardiff City 1-2 Fulham Cardiff City Stadium
  • Norwich City 2-2 Southampton Carrow Road
  • Preston North End 1-2 Arsenal Deepdale
  • Liverpool 0-0 Plymouth Argyle Anfield Road
  • Chelsea 4-1 Peterborough United Stamford Bridge
  • Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Aston Villa White Hart Lane

FA Cup Fourth Round Draw

The FA Cup Fourth Round is the last-32 stage of the competition, and all ties are scheduled to be played from 27-30 January. Some of the EPL clubs are in a position to push for the FA Cup title and Premier League double.

Arsenal and Manchester United are the joint-record winners with 12 FA Cup titles apiece. Chelsea have claimed the FA Cup trophy five times this century, will travel to play in a West London Derby against Brentford. FA Cup holders Manchester United will host 2013 winners Wigan Athletic in the fourth round of the FA Cup. 2016 Premier League champs Leicester City will travel to Derby County for an East Midlands Derby, and top of the EPL table Chelsea play Brentford in a West London Derby. League One Millwall will host Premier League side Watford.The winners of the replay between Premier Leauge club Liverpool and League Two side Plymouth will host Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers. Sutton United will face Leeds United or Cambridge if they win their replay against AFC Wimbledon. Lincoln will host Brighton if they can see off Ipswich

Sutton chairman Bruce Elliot said: “We have a tough game in the replay but for nostalgia reasons if nothing else Leeds would be absolutely wonderful if can get past AFC Wimbledon.” Tottenham Hotspur will play host to League Two’s Wycombe Wanderers while titan EPL team Manchester City travel to either Bolton Wanderers or Crystal Palace. Pep Guardiola’s giant Man City side won 5-0 at West Ham United in the opening third-round game at the London Stadium on Friday night.

FA Cup Fourth Round Draw
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  • Tottenham Hotspur v Wycombe Wanderers
  • Derby County v Leicester City
  • Oxford United v Newcastle United/Birmingham City
  • Wimbledon/Sutton United v Leeds Utd
  • Plymouth/Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • Southampton/Norwich City v Arsenal
  • Lincoln/Ipswich Town v Brighton
  • Chelsea v Brentford
  • Manchester United v Wigan Athletic
  • Millwall v Watford
  • Rochdale v Huddersfield Town
  • Burnley/Sunderland v Fleetwood/Bristol City
  • Blackburn Rovers v Barnsley/Blackpool
  • Fulham v Hull City
  • Middlesbrough v Accrington Stanley
  • Crystal Palace/Bolton Wanderers v Manchester City