Sandwiched in-between the Premier League title race and the race for top four is the fight for the FA Cup.
The cup competition, which has been largely dominated by PL sides this season, enters the quarter-final stage this weekend.
75% of the clubs still in the running are all Premier League clubs. Only Swansea and Millwall are sides from outside the PL.
When the draws were made, both Manchester sides avoided themselves. Should they qualify for the semi-final, they may as well go on to meet in the semi-final, or even in the final.
For all the sides that have made it thus far, they’ve eliminated one major side or the other on their way.
Millwall, despite conceding the first goal of the game, scored a 90+4 winner to send Everton packing. Swansea was responsible for the elimination of Aston Villa. They scored three goals in that game too.
It’s been a smooth run for both Manchester City and Manchester United. Both sides have played three games each and have only conceded once.
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Manchester City has been one of the most prolific sides in the competition this season.
They entered the competition in the third round, scoring seven against Rotherham. They scored five against Burley and scored four against Newport Co.
They take on a Swansea side that has scored 11 goals in the 3 FA Cup games that they have played this year.
Altogether, both sides have scored a combined total of 27 goals in the six games they’ve played – an average of four goals per game.
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Manchester United will be the away side when they take on Wolves this weekend in the FA Cup quarter-final. They have to find a way past Wolverhampton Wanderers’ six-game unbeaten run at home (W5, D1) that began with a 2-1 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup in early January.
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For Watford and Crystal Palace, their tie will be keenly contested as it’s the only chance they have to advance and possibly win a trophy this season.
Both sides have plenty of history between them. In the last five meetings between both sides, the records have been balanced, with both sides winning two games each and one ending in a goalless draw.
In the event of a draw in any of these four games, there will be no replays. The rule change was brought forward this year by the FA.
This also means that should any of these games end in a draw, the fixture will go into extra time and penalties, if required.
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