There will be a fresh name of the FA Cup trophy in 2022/23 with holders Liverpool knocked out by Brighton.
The Reds had won the FA Cup for the first time under Jurgen Klopp last season, and the first time since 2006, taking their overall tally to eight with only Arsenal (14) and Manchester United (12) managing more.
But the quest for number nine will go on for at least another year, thanks to Kaoru Mitoma’s brilliant late winner for Brighton against Liverpool at the Amex. There is no time to mourn for the Reds, however, with the draw for the fifth round having been made.
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FA Cup fourth round replays
Tuesday 31 January 2023
- Birmingham vs Blackburn (7:45pm UK time)
Tuesday 7 February 2023
- Burnley vs Ipswich (7:45pm UK time)
- Fleetwood vs Sheffield Wednesday (7:45pm UK time)
- Grimsby vs Luton (7:45pm UK time)
- Sheffield United vs Wrexham (7:45pm UK time)
- Sunderland vs Fulham (7:45pm UK time)
FA Cup fifth round draw
- Southampton vs Luton Town/Grimsby Town
- Leicester City vs Blackburn Rovers/Birmingham City
- Stoke City vs Brighton
- Wrexham/Sheffield United vs Tottenham
- Fulham/Sunderland vs Leeds United
- Bristol City vs Man City
- Man United vs West Ham
- Ipswich Town/Burnley vs Sheffield Wednesday/Fleetwood Town
Who is the favourite to win the FA Cup?
As is the case for most competitions they enter, Manchester City were the early favourites to get their hands on the FA Cup in 2022/23 despite semi-final heartbreak against Liverpool at Wembley last time out. And they remain favourites having knocked out both Chelsea and Arsenal so far, setting up a fifth-round tie against Bristol City.
Which teams will challenge for the FA Cup?
EFL Cup semi-finalist Man Utd are second favourites to win the FA Cup after Liverpool and Arsenal fell by the wayside. The Red Devils, who last tasted silverware in 2017, are looking to make Erik ten Hag’s first season in charge a successful one. Behind them come Tottenham, the Lillywhites’ trophy drought is even longer with Spurs last celebrating in 2008 when Juande Ramos guided them to League Cup victory.
Bookmaker’s Dark Horses For the FA Cup
Brighton continue to grow under Roberto De Zerbi had booked their spot in the fifth round with a dramatic win over Liverpool, extending the Italian’s unbeaten run against the Reds to three matches – including two victories. Their reward for that victory over Liverpool is an away trip to Championship side Stoke City, and the Seagulls may just be dreaming of a Wembley run if the draw is kind to them.