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11 Feb 2021
8:06 am

FA Cup could return smiles to Wolves or Saints


Chelsea also face Barnsley in the cup.

Wolves and Southampton both have the chance to temper what has, overall, been a disappointing season for both when they meet at Molineux in the fifth round of the FA Cup tonight. More details at


Thursday 11 February

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M1 Beerschot v KV Mechelen: Beerschot last two home games with Mechelen both ended goalless. This is a cup tie in Belgium.

M2 KAA Gent v Sporting Charleroi: Ghent have gone six games without defeat while Charleroi have their most recent four under the belt without losing.

M3 Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Southampton: Southampton held Wolves 1-1 on their last visit to Molineux in November. The Saints eliminated holders Arsenal in the last round of the FA Cup.

M4 Konyaspor vs Besiktas: Besiktas edged Konyaspor 1-0 in the league on Sunday and now meet them again four days later, but this time away in cup action.

M5 Sochaux vs Saint -Etienne: Ligue 2 Sochaux last hosted St Etienne in a goalless draw seven years ago but get another chance for cup success in this game.

M6 Maccabi Netanya vs Beitar Jerusalem: Beitar are unbeaten in their past four clashes with Maccabi Netanya, winning three of them.

M7 Vejle vs Randers: Vejle have not beaten Randers in their last eight meetings, losing five of them.

M8 Athletic Bilbao v Levante: Bilbao have won 11 of 13 home games against Levante, losing the other two.

M9 Barnsley vs Chelsea: Barnsley’s last two games have ended in draws. Chelsea are uneaten in four games under new manager Thomas Tuchel.

M10 SC Heerenveen vs Feyenoord Rotterdam: This Dutch Cup quarter-final tie comes just three weeks after Heerenveen thumped Feyenoord 3-0 at home in league action.

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