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FA Cup fourth round LIVE RESULTS: West Brom vs Wolves in huge derby, Liverpool up against Norwich – latest updates


West Brom subs:

24. Palmer, 15. Pieters, 26. Pipa, 31. Fellows, 32. Malcolm, 36. Taylor, 37. Whitwell, 43. Hall, 47. Heard

West Brom starting XI:

The Baggies go with a strong line-up for this local derby, knowing how much victory means to the fans.

33. Griffiths, 2. Furlong, 5. Bartley, 4. Kipre, 3. Townsend, 7. Wallace, 35. Yokuslu, 14. Chalobah, 27. Mowatt, 19. Swift, 21. Thomas-Asante

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Credit: @WBA

Welcome to the FA Cup fourth round

After a day which included the ultimate giant-killing feat, another afternoon of FA Cup action beckons today with some mouth-watering ties.

The biggest shock of the weekend so was National League South side Maidstone Utd upsetting high-flying Ipswich Town at Portman Road.

George Elokobi’s side only had two shots on target in the whole game but that was enough for them to come away with a 2-1 win.

Now they dream of a fifth round match against one of the Premier League big boys, which potentially could secure the club’s financial future for a couple of years.

Elokobi used to ply his trade as a player at Wolves who kick-off today’s action with a Midlands derby against their local rivals West Brom.

Then we have an all Championship affair as Watford welcome Southampton to Vicarage Road, hoping to upset the apple cart themselves.

After the announcement that he will be leaving at the end of the season, it will be an emotional affair at Anfield for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.

Norwich are the visitors this afternoon but all focus will be on their German manager.

The final game of the day offers another chance of a giant-killing as Newport entertain Man Utd in South Wales hoping to follow in the footsteps of Maidstone.

Today’s FA Cup clashes

11:45am – West Brom vs Wolves

2pm – Watford vs Southampton

2:30pm – Liverpool vs Norwich

4:30pm – Newport vs Man Utd

Man Utd’s David vs Goliath match up

Manchester United face Newport County this afternoon.

The Red Devils will be doing their best to stay alive for their last remaining chance at silverware.

Their hosts, League Two outfit Newport, will be hoping they can pull off a giant killing the same way Maidstone Utd did yesterday.

FT: Fulham 0-2 Newcastle

Newcastle are comfortable winners at Craven Cottage.

Marco Silva’s side promised so much at times but failed to deliver.

The Magpies were terrible in the first half but seemed to get their act together in the second period.





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