The full draw of the Emirates FA Cup have been confirmed as Liverpool’s potential opponents have also been revealed.
The draw was postponed due to crowd trouble during the West Bromwich Albion’s match against Wolves.
Play was suspended after 82 minutes, triggered by an incident in the Birmingham Road End Stand, opposite where the visiting Wolves fans were situated, along with a ‘flashpoint’ in the Smethwick Road End.
At that moment, Wolves were leading their Midlands rivals 2-0, courtesy of goals from Pedro Neto and Matheus Cunha.
This encounter marked the first meeting between the two sides in three years following West Brom’s relegation to the Championship.
Liverpool secured their spot in the fifth round of the FA Cup by defeating Norwich City with a scoreline of 5-2.
The goals from Curtis Jones and Darwin Nunez, flanking Ben Gibson’s equalizer, secured a 2-1 lead for the hosts at halftime.
In the second half, Diogo Jota and Virgil Van Dijk extended the advantage before Borja Sainz pulled one back for Norwich. Despite Norwich’s efforts, Liverpool sealed the victory with a late goal from Gravenberch in stoppage time.
The FA Cup holders, Manchester City, are set to face Luton in the fifth round, while Chelsea will have home ties if they progress successfully through the fourth round.
Maidstone, the sole remaining non-League team in the draw, will square off against the winner of the replay between Sheffield Wednesday and Coventry City.
The fifth round is set to be played during the week commencing Monday, February 26.
Below is the full draw:
Blackburn/Wrexham vs Newcastle
Chelsea/Aston Villa vs Leeds/Plymouth
Bournemouth vs Leicester City
Liverpool vs Watford/Southampton
Bristol City/Nottingham Forest vs Newport/Manchester United
Wolves vs Brighton
Sheffield Wednesday/Coventry City vs Maidstone United
Luton vs Manchester City
Liverpool are currently in contention for four trophies this season, having secured a spot in the Carabao Cup final, setting the stage for a potential repeat of the domestic cup double they accomplished in 2022.
Currently leading the Premier League table and advancing in the UEFA Europa League, their on-field performance is commendable.
However, the recent revelation of Klopp’s decision to end his managerial tenure has sent shockwaves through the club and its supporters.
The German has helped inspire Liverpool to win the Premier League, Champions League, Club World Cup, Super Cup, FA Cup, and the Carabao Cup, showcasing his inspiring influence on the club so far.
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