FA Cup

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Photo: Pep Guardiola has his Manchester City team chasing silverware on all four fronts after easing into the quarterfinal of the FA Cup in midweek. (Getty Images) 




Three all premier league matchups will highlight the quarterfinal round of the Emirates FA Cup after the draw for the last eight was completed on Thursday.

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Photo: Bruno Fernandes came off the bench to score the winner for Manchester United in a 3-2 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup on Sunday. (Getty Images)

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer secured his first win against Liverpool in his managerial career when Manchester United ran out 3-2 winners over Liverpool in the FA Cup’s fourth round on Sunday. Left on the bench at the start of the game, United's talisman, Bruno Fernandes came up with a late winner to send the Red Devils into the last sixteen.

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Photo: 17 year old Louie Barry stole the headlines for Aston Villa in their 1-4 loss to Liverpool in the FA Cup last Friday. (Getty Images)

An Aston Villa team filled with teenagers suffered an expected, yet honorable 4-1 defeat to Liverpool during Friday’s third round match of the FA Cup.

After a crushing and embarrassing 7-2 defeat against Aston Villa in the Premier League last October, real revenge for the Reds was postponed as the Villans they were met with this time were just coming out of the starting blocks.

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Photo: Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta holds the FA Cup aloft as he celebrates his first piece of silverware just seven months after taking the job. Arteta has now won the FA Cup as captain and manager of Arsenal. (Getty Images)





There were many subplots associated the FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea played at Wembley on Saturday, not the least of which was the clash between rookie managers Mikel Arteta and Frank Lampard.

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Photo: Rookie managers Mikel Arteta (left) and Frank Lampard will be hunting their first titles when Arsenal and Chelsea do battle in the FA Cup final today at Wembley.

Arsenal and Chelsea will lock horns in England's longest running cup competition at Wembley today in the 139th FA Cup Final. It will be third meeting in the finals between these two clubs. The last time they were in a similar position, Arsenal came away winners 2-1 and lifted their 13th title, the most by any club.