Ian Walton

FA Cup 2014: Chelsea join City, Liverpool, Arsenal in fifth round

England's biggest teams are still alive in the FA Cup as Chelsea won to book their spot in the next round with Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal.

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Two marquee FA Cup ties made

The fifth round of the FA Cup features two absolutely spectacular ties, with Manchester City hosting Chelsea and Arsenal hosting Liverpool.

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Chelsea coast through in FA Cup

The hosts didn't score from open play, but they never looked like doing anything but beating the Potters.

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10-man Blades force Fulham replay

An ugly FA Cup match at Bramall Lane between Sheffield United and Fulham ended up 1-1 despite the hosts playing down a man for most of the second half.

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Fulham travel to face Sheffield United

Fulham will look to avoid crashing out of the FA Cup against League One side Sheffield United.

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Chelsea host Stoke in the FA Cup on Sunday

Chelsea and Stoke City make up an all-Premier League clash in the FA Cup on Sunday.

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Toffees beat Stevenage but lose Oviedo

Everton cruised into the fifth round with an easy 4-0 win against Stevenage, but the victory cost them Bryan Oviedo, who was stretchered off in the first half with a nasty-looking injury.

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City pull off comeback, Palace go out

While there was plenty of excitement on Saturday with Manchester City heeding to come from two down and Palace going out, there were no serious upsets during this round of FA Cup play.

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Reds top Bournemouth 2-0

It didn't look great, but that doesn't matter -- Liverpool are through to the 5th round of the FA Cup thanks to a win against Bournemouth.

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Liverpool head for Bournemouth on Saturday

Liverpool travel to second-tier side Bournemouth for their fourth round FA Cup tie on Saturday.

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Everton face third-tier strugglers Stevenage

Everton should breeze past Stevenage and into the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday.

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Podolski brace sees Gunners through

Arsenal were too much for Coventry to handle at the Emirates Stadium, with two first-half goals from Lukas Podolski securing a spot in the 5th Round for the hosts, who ultimately won 4-0.

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Do upsets await in the FA Cup?

There are no marquee ties in this round of the FA Cup, but maybe 'the magic of the cup' will keep things interesting.

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Arsenal start the FA Cup action against Coventry

Arsenal will expect to kick off the FA Cup weekend with a routine victory over Coventry on Friday.

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