This weekend's 5th round FA Cup action is going to be interesting to say the least. Two giants of the game, Chelsea and Manchester United, will be battling it out for cup glory. It should be an epic clash but that shouldn't take the shine off the other games. One grudge match to tune into is the 1988 FA Cup winners AFC Wimbledon against the once mighty Millwall. It should be brutal to watch.
This is undoubtedly the most mouth-watering clash of the fifth round. It has been made more appealing because of Chelsea's humiliation at the hands of Manchester City. Chelsea aren’t short of talent and it’s far from all over especially as it’s at Stamford Bridge. Maurzio Sari will be keen to motivate his team to bounce back, and they always do.
Although Manchester United have been in good form lately, they still looked flaky against PSG. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s magic is starting to wear off now, and the cracks are still there regardless of how many managers come and go. They have been playing more attacking football than before but they will face a wounded Chelsea, who play the same brand of stylish football as PSG. If Eden Hazard wakes up in time for Monday, the red devils could find themselves in hell.
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Loftus Road will be packed to the rafters on Friday evening as they welcome Watford. Nobody really expects the Hoops to win, but try telling that to players. They have had a rough ride to the fifth round, including a replay, eventually beating third tier Portsmouth. The 1982 FA Cup finalists will be hoping to reach the next stage of the competition but they face an uphill battle against Watford
Watford have been in great shape, losing only one match in their last six. Winning three games, including a 1-0 victory over Everton and their former coach last week. You can expect Coach Javi Garcia to make a few changes to his squad for the clash with QPR. Watford will have their eyes set on grabbing some silverware for their fairly empty cabinet. Last time they were at Wembley Stadium for an FA Cup final, they lost against Everton, but this could easily be their year, and definitely worth an outsider’s bet.
You will be hard pressed to find a football fan who thinks Newport County have a chance in this game but that isn’t really the point of the FA Cup. Manchester City, along with the sold out venue will bring a much needed financial boost to the Exiles. All players dream of the FA Cup final because it can happen, and there are plenty of stories that prove it. Stoke’s victory over Leeds in 1973 always springs to mind, and Wigan’s defeat of none other than Man City.
Newport County are relishing the opportunity to have a go at City on Saturday in spite of the disparity in the teams. It will be a great occasion for all of the supporters and the army of volunteers that work at Newport County. What ever happens during the game, everyone is expected to leave happy.