FA Cup fifth round draw details as fixtures confirmed ahead of Man Utd vs Liverpool

Manchester United and Liverpool will fight it out for a place in the FA Cup fifth round that has seen its fixtures get confirmed.

The Red Devils will look to get one over the side that they drew 0-0 with an Anfield earlier this month.

While Jurgen Klopp’s side want a return to winning ways, having won just once in their last six games.

Both sides already know that they will face West Ham in the next round, with manager David Moyes potentially facing a reunion with his former side.

And they would join several other Premier League sides in reaching the tournament’s round-of-16, which will played on February 10.

FA Cup clubs in the fifth round have seen their draws confirmed, with the games taking place in February
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Top-flight title rivals Manchester City avoided a scare against League Two Cheltenham Town on Saturday to secure a trip to Swansea City.

While Chelsea kept Luton at bay on Sunday, facing up against Championship side Barnsley at Oakwell.

Leicester beat Brentford in west London to secure a home fixture against Brighton while Wolves’ victory over non-league Chorley means they take on Southampton – victors over cup holders Arsenal.

Man United and Liverpool will fight for a place against West Ham in the round-of-16
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Everton and Tottenham will look to beat second-tier opponents Sheffield Wednesday and Wycombe Wanderers too, playing on Sunday and Monday evening respectively.

The other team from the Steel City are already through to the next round, with Sheffield United facing Bristol City.

While League Two’s Crawley Town could be the lowest-ranked team left in the competition if they beat Bournemouth on Tuesday, their reward being a trip to Burnley.

They join Premier League title rivals Man City in the fifth round, with 10 other Premier League teams, six Championship sides and League Two…


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