FA Cup Quarter final matches are here now. Following the conclusion of the fifth round of the FA Cup, the swanky tournament moves to its business end with the remaining eight sides in the cup taking on each other in the quarter-finals. The matches in the ensuing round will be contested on 16th and 17th March which will two matches being played on both the days.
The matchup for the quarter finals sees the rampant Wolverhampton side be paired against Manchester United at the Molineux Stadium while the frontrunners for this year’s title, Manchester City have gotten yet another easy match as they take on Swansea. The other all premier league encounter sees Watford entertain Crystal Palace at home.
The matches will be telecasted on the Sony Network which is the official broadcaster of the tournament in India. The matches will be shown on Sony Ten 1, 2/HD. All score updates, team news and developments from the match will also be available on www.tentaran.com and our Twitter feed.
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Swansea Vs Manchester City
Having had without a doubt the easiest and most comfortable run to the quarter-finals, with the identity of their opponents well below their stature, Manchester City who find themselves competing in all four competitions are heavily being billed to go all the way and lift the glistening trophy after getting yet another simple encounter in Swansea. It will be the match that should see City play a bunch of fringe players, one who should suffice more than successfully in seeing the premier league side through.
Manchester City will come out of this with a comprehensive win.
Wolverhampton Vs Manchester United
Having endured a tough time in making it to this stage of the cup, Wolverhampton have without a doubt been the success stories of this edition of the oldest tournament in England. They’ve flourished like no side other, showing immense fighting spirit and defiance as the dynamic outfit have gone about executing their attacking game plan successfully, even downing Liverpool on course to this stage.
They’ve been paired up against Manchester United for the quarter-final at the Molineux Stadium in a match that they can win easily if they continue to play in their exemplarily way.
Watford Vs Crystal Palace
The second all premier league match sees Watford face Crystal Palace at home in an encounter that’s too tough to call at the moment. Watford are too unpredictable and we are never quite sure of what performance they’ll deliver on the day and this promises for the match to be an interesting and closely contested affair.
Millwall Vs Brighton
Brighton have enjoyed a successful showing in the FA Cup, sound defensively and coming up with the crucial goals at the right time with Glen Murray more than capably leading their frontline. They find themselves on the side of a favourable fixture and barring any aberration, they should see themselves take part in the prestigious semi-finals of the FA Cup.
FA Cup Quarter final matches
Saturday 16th March 2019