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Can Chelsea stay on course to defend their trophy after being drawn at Wigan?
Will Arsenal be too strong for Newcastle should they get the better of Stoke in their replay or could victory over The Gunners re-ignite their season?
Havant and Waterlooville could land a dream trip to Liverpool if both sides win their replays.
Can giantkillers Oldham prosper and see off close rivals Huddersfield?
Will Manchester United relish the prospect of a visit from Spurs or Reading?
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West Ham had their chance at Upton Park last Sat against Man City but were not good enough to take it, we will look forward to playing Robbo's Sheff United team when we breeze past The Hammers at Eastlands, anyone who is or was associated with Man Utd always wets our appetites. Good luck to Havant & Waterloovile, Liverpool will be shakng in their boots if they beat Luton Town that is.
Posted 17:23 7th January 2008
Why do teams like Chelsea and Liverpool always get an easy run to the semi finals? I would love to see the top 4 go against each other. Chelsea always luckily brease past. Loving the possibility of West Ham v Sheffield Utd though. This has got to be televised. Can see West Ham going far if they beat Man City which is going to be one of the hardest games of the season.
Posted 15:21 7th January 2008
can't believe nobody picked up on the fact that sheff utd could be meeting west ham in the next round, which considering all the drama that took place at the end of last season, could well prove the tie of the round. come on you irons!
Posted 14:52 7th January 2008
This is a real chance for Fulham to go on a good cup run this year. While staying in the Premiership is always going to be first priority we have never won a major trophy and we need to change this. As long as we play like we know we can we should sail into the 5th round.
Posted 14:20 7th January 2008
Feel a bit sorry for Oldham and Huddersfield. They both deserved a great draw after their heroics on Saturday but at least one of them will live to fight another day and may land a big fish in the fifth round.
Posted 14:02 7th January 2008
Australia's seam attack has fired on all cylinders during the first two Ashes Tests and, on the final day in Adelaide, it was Peter Siddle's turn to take centre stage.
It has been a tough Ashes tour for England's batsmen but Joe Root finally made Australia's bowlers earn their spoils on day four in Adelaide.
The transformation from object of ridicule to the most feared fast bowler in the world is complete for Mitchell Johnson after another devastating spell on day three of the second Ashes Test.