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Sutton United will face Premier League side Arsenal in the Fifth Round of the FA Cup.
The draw for the fifth round was made this evening.
Sutton won their place in the next stage of the competition after beating League 1 side Leeds 1-0 on Sunday. Leeds stand 84 league places ahead of Sutton.
The other London teams in tonight's draw were Fulham, who will face Spurs at Craven Cottage, and Chelsea, who travel to Wolves.
There is a big weekend in store for Sutton United, as they take on Leeds in the FA Cup.
Non-League Sutton have not reached this stage of the tournament since the 1988/89 season.
Club chairman Bruce Elliot is hoping that Sunday's team can create new memories for younger fans.
Sutton United have secured their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup following a 3-0 win over AFC Wimbledon last night.
Wimbledon were down to 10 men for most of the match after Paul Robinson was sent off in the fifteenth minute.
Sutton will face Leeds at home on Sunday 29th January.
Last night's FA Cup fourth round draw means Sutton United will face either Cambridge or Leeds if they win their replay with AFC Wimbledon.
Sutton are the lowest-ranked team left in the competition after a goal-less draw against their local rivals on Saturday.
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Leona Lewis says she is excited to be singing at the FA Cup final between Arsenal and Hull City at Wembley on Saturday.
The former X Factor winner, from Islington, will sing Abide With Me and the national anthem prior to kick-off.
“I’m so excited, I'm really looking forward to it,” the 29-year-old said.
“I know it’s going to be a crazy atmosphere there so it’ll be fun. I’ve never done anything like it before so it’ll be a cool experience for me.”
Arsene Wenger has suggested the ticketing allocation for the FA Cup final at Wembley could impact on the atmosphere.
Arsenal and Hull will receive 25,000 tickets for the final at the 80,000-seater national stadium, with the rest of the tickets passed to their 'football family and Club Wembley members.
"One of the charms of the FA Cup final was always that the stadium was reality divided in two," the Arsenal manager said.
"It's a shame that it doesn't happen any more because that was always an absolutely fantastic atmosphere.
"I remember I have been at European Championship finals of the nations and World Cup finals and always there's a little bit of a lack of atmosphere because it is so divided. I think the atmosphere will lose a little bit."
The north London side were supported by over 50,000 fans as they defeated Wigan in the semi-final last weekend.
Charlton starting 11 against Sheffield United:
Hamer, Wilson, Wood, Morrison, Wiggins, Poyet, Cousins, Jackson, Harriott, Tudgay, Church.
Subs: Hughes, Dervite, Green, Ghoochannejhad, Thuram-Ulien, Nego, Ajdarevic.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)