The FA Cup games on TV this weekend and which channel Brighton vs Liverpool is onA maximum of nine Premier League teams will reach the fifth round of the FA Cup, an indication of the major shocks served up during the third round. Stevenage’s 2-1 win at Aston Villa, which featured an 88th-minute equaliser followed by a 90th-minute winner from the League Two side, was arguably the pick of the upsets earlier this month.
“It is a competition that is very important to us, very attached to our club and history and will define a moment that is for sure, ” he said, before adding on fighting for trophies against Guardiola: “I always hoped that was going to be the case one day and it’s happening this season. “That’s not going to change any friendship, the moments that we have, how important he is in my life, how important he is in my profession. “We’re both willing to win and defend our clubs in any way and that’s always been the case since day one. I would prefer to do it with someone else to be fair.
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” FA Cup 4th round and TV schedule All times GMT – TV fixtures in bold Friday 27 January 8pm: Manchester City 1-0 Arsenal (ITV 1) Saturday 28 January 12. 30pm: Accrington Stanley 1-3 Leeds (BBC One) 12. 30pm: Walsall 0-1 Leicester City 3pm: Southampton 2-1 Blackpool 3pm: Fulham 1-1 Sunderland 3pm: Ipswich Town 0-0 Burnley 3pm: Luton Town 2-2 Grimsby Town 3pm: Blackburn Rovers 2-2 Birmingham City 3pm: Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Fleetwood Town 3pm: Bristol City 3-0 West Brom 6pm: Preston North End vs Tottenham (BBC One) 8pm: Manchester United vs Reading (ITV 4) Sunday 29 January 1. 30pm: Brighton vs Liverpool (ITV 1) 2pm: Stoke City vs Stevenage 4.
Newcastle United also tumbled out, losing at League One Sheffield Wednesday, while Blackpool ran out comfortable 4-1 winners over Nottingham Forest. A host of all-Premier League ties also resulted in the draw opening up, with Manchester City knocking out Chelsea, Southampton beating Crystal Palace, West Ham winning at Brentford and Liverpool overcoming Wolves after a replay. More on FA CupAnd a look at the fourth-round fixtures this weekend shows fewer than half of the top-tier clubs will progress. Premier League leaders Arsenal were the first to go, falling 1-0 at the hands of Manchester City. Nathan Ake’s goal was the difference between the two sides after Arsenal fielded a weakened side, with Mikel Arteta prioritising a first league title since 2004. Pep Guardiola put out a full strength side, and emphasised the significance of the FA Cup to the six-time winners.
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