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Manchester United vs Brighton LIVE: Latest score and updates

All the latest from Old Trafford

Liam Corless
Saturday 17 March 2018 21:41
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Manchester United host Brighton in the late kick-off
Manchester United host Brighton in the late kick-off

The final FA Cup tie of the day sees Manchester United take on Brighton at Old Trafford.


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Good morning and welcome to our live coverage of Saturday's FA Cup action.

First up, it's Swansea vs Tottenham in an all-Premier League clash to kick off quarter-final weekend.

Without further ado, off we go.

Samuel Lovett17 March 2018 10:09
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Swansea vs Spurs team news

Liam Corless17 March 2018 11:24
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Swansea vs Spurs - last five meetings

  • Swansea 0-2 Spurs, January 2018 (Premier League)
  • Spurs 0-0 Swansea, September 2017 (Premier League)
  • Swansea 1-3 Spurs, April 2017 (Premier League)
  • Spurs 5-0 Swansea, December 2016 (Premier League)
  • Spurs 2-1 Swansea, February 2016 (Premier League)
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Tottenham's Erik Lamela greets young fans prior to today's game 

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Swansea boss Carlos Carvalhal only gives his side a 30% chance of progressing to the FA Cup semi-finals.

Earlier this week he said:

"They (Spurs) lose very few games and are very hard to play against. It is David against Goliath. I think we are in a better moment than when we played them in the league. In this moment I think we could say we have a 30% chance compared to maybe 10% as we are progressing.

"They will be favourites, they are out of the Champions League so this is the trophy they can win and they will be favourites, but we are on the pitch to try to win and do our best to explore the weak points they have and to cover the many strong points they have.

"We will be ready for this and we are complete underdogs because this is not our main competition."

Liam Corless17 March 2018 11:48
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Dele Alli starts today's match on the bench 

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Just over 10 minutes to go now until kick-off at the Liberty Stadium! Will it be Swansea or Spurs who progress into the last four?

Remember, there are no replays in the FA Cup quarter-finals so, one way or another, this tie will be settled today!

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The players are out on the pitch at the Liberty Stadium and kick-off is just moments away!

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