Holders Arsenal will travel to Man United or Preston in the FA Cup quarter-final with the tie to be played on the weekend of March 7th/8thRead the full story ›
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Scott Sinclair is eyeing an FA Cup triumph as Aston Villa look to end their season of struggle in more positive fashion.
The winger scored his first goal since August 2012 to help clinch a 2-1 fifth-round win over Leicester on Sunday.
It was in front of watching new manager Tim Sherwood, who replaced Paul Lambert on Saturday.
"It is getting to that stage where any team can beat anyone on any given day," said the Manchester City loanee.
"All the teams that are left will be thinking they've got a chance to get to the final.
"We have a chance as well but we will have to see who we get in the next round."
Olivier Giroud struck twice as FA Cup holders Arsenal beat Boro at the Emirates Stadium to book their place in the quarter-finalsRead the full story ›
Two first-half goals by Olivier Giroud were more than enough to see Arsenal beat Middlesbrough at the Emirates Stadium and progress to the last eight in the FA Cup. Boro never looked like pulling off a shock in north London.
11 - Arsenal are through to the FA Cup QF for the 11th time under Wenger. They have progressed to the SF in 9 of the previous 10. Pedigree.
Gary Lineker claims the BBC would have screened Bradford's FA Cup fifth-round clash if their opponents had been known when the TV picks were made, before the fourth-round replays.
The BBC was criticised for overlooking the League One club after their giant-killing of Chelsea. Of the eight fifth-round ties played this weekend, Bradford's was one of three not shown live by either the BBC or BT Sport.
The Bantams made the broadcasters regret their decision by beating Sunderland 2-0 to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 1976.
Sunderland had needed a replay to get past Fulham in the fourth round and Lineker claimed on Twitter that that was a key factor in the BBC picking Aston Villa's clash with Leicester and Man Utd's trip to Preston on Monday night instead.
The BBC can only show 2 ties in each round and select them pre replays. If they could've waited Bradford would obviously have been chosen.
League One Bradford claimed another Premier League scalp to book their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals for the first time in 39 yearsRead the full story ›
After beating Chelsea in the fourth round, Bradford have done it again in the fifth, beating Premier League side Sunderland 2-0 at Valley Parade to progress to the FA Cup last eight. The match was not televised live, to the dismay of many supporters.
Another marvellous effort from Bradford City. FA Cup quarter finalists.
The TV companies cant ignore Bradford any longer. All the QFs are all on live with £250k each for the eight teams.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has picked new £11m signing Gabriel Paulista in his starting XI for the FA Cup fifth-round clash with Middlesbrough today.
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Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given revealed that the club's new manager Tim Sherwood gave the half-time team talk in Villa's 2-1 win over Leicester in the FA Cup fifth round.
"He was very positive, he's always a positive guy," Given said. "He told us to go express yourself, keep shooting and use Christian's [Benteke] strength."