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BATTLING IT OUT: Mesut Ozil (left) and Danny Welbeck (right) of Arsenal, the team that won the FA Cup last season; Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal will lead his team against Preston; Liverpool will be without injured captain Steven Gerrard when they play against Crystal Palace.

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BATTLING IT OUT: Mesut Ozil and Danny Welbeck of Arsenal, the team that won the FA Cup last season; Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal (above) will lead his team against Preston; Liverpool will be without injured captain Steven Gerrard when they play against Crystal Palace.

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BATTLING IT OUT: Mesut Ozil and Danny Welbeck of Arsenal, the team that won the FA Cup last season; Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal will lead his team against Preston; Liverpool will be without injured captain Steven Gerrard (right) when they play against Crystal Palace.
NO HOLDS BARRED

Romance of the FA Cup alive and well

Feb 14, 2015 5:50 AM

CHELSEA and Manchester City, the top two teams in the English Premier League (EPL), won't be in action this weekend. Neither are Tottenham Hotspur, Southampton and six other top flight clubs.

The FA Cup enters its fifth round this weekend with half of the 20 teams in the EPL already

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