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Arsenal To Host Everton In Quarter Final

Arsenal have been handed a 3rd consecutive home tie in the FA Cup after being drawn to face Everton at The Grove.

The Gunners gained revenge over Liverpool a little over a week after getting thrashed by the Scousers as they emerged victorious in a 2-1 win with goals from The Ox and Lukas Podolski.

The draw for the quarter finals have been made and Arsene Wenger`s men will need to see off the second Premier League Merseyside team if they are to progress to the semi finals.

Here`s the draw in full.

Arsenal v Everton
Brighton or Hull City v Sunderland
Sheffield United v Sheffield Wednesday or Charlton
Manchester City v Wigan Athletic



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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 16 2014

Time: 8:50PM

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The fact that they're home draws makes them a little less tough for us. It also pushes up matchday revenues - so everyone's happy! :)
Amos.
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16/02/2014 21:01:00

I'd prefer a nice home draw against Sheffield United or something. Napoli, Dortmund, Marseille, Chelsea, Spurs, Liverpool, Everton, Bayern Munich .... I know the old saying goes that have to beat the best win stuff ... But I'm sure that doesn't mean we have to face every top team!
Rocky7
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16/02/2014 21:06:00

Well, could have been worse. Could have been City away.
Sajit
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16/02/2014 22:25:00

Would be interesting to see who Liverpool fans root for in that fixture.
Naijagunner
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16/02/2014 23:00:00

Rocky, you just had to go for a picture of our vice-captain in his old strip ;-)
Naijagunner
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16/02/2014 23:01:00

There's always a danger that you don't take it entirely seriously against lower league teams - and they've nothing to lose! Everton is a team we have to take seriously - but it's winnable if we do.
Amos.
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17/02/2014 00:30:00

 

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