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FA Cup quarterfinal draw: Wolves to host Manchester United; City visit Swansea

Jeff Schlupp and Maximilian Meyer's goals were enough for Crystal Palace to see out a 2-0 win over Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium
Millwall's FA Cup dream remained on track with a headed goal from Murray Wallace securing a place in the sixth round.

The Manchester sides will avoid each other in the FA Cup quarterfinal round as United visit Wolverhampton, while City to travel to Championship side Swansea City.

Aside from United-Wolves, the other all-Premier League tie will be Watford hosting Crystal Palace.

Millwall will host Brighton & Hove Albion in the other match pitting a Championship team against a Premier League side.

The matches will take place between March 15-18 and can be streamed live in the U.S. on ESPN+

United's tie with...

FA probes Millwall-Everton racist chanting; man slashed across face in prematch fight

A man was slashed in the face during a fight which police believe involved fans of English football teams Millwall and Everton before their FA Cup match on Saturday, while the FA confirmed that it is investigating a separate incident of racist chanting heard during the game.

London's Metropolitan Police said the man, who is in his 20s, was taken to a hospital and that his injuries are not life-threatening.

Video has circulated on social media showing a large group of men, purportedly Everton and...

Everton boss Marco Silva angry over FA Cup VAR use in Millwall loss

Everton manager Marco Silva hit out at the FA Cup organisers for not implementing VAR at every match as his side crashed out of the competition in a shock 3-2 defeat at Millwall

Richarlison opened the scoring before Lee Gregory headed the Championship strugglers level just before half-time. Cenk Tosun put Everton ahead again but Jake Cooper levelled with a goal he later admitted was handball and left-back Murray Wallace smashed home an added-time winner.

- FA probes racist...


Tim Cahill defends his World Cup spot: No time for 'sentimental' picks

Tim Cahill insists there was no sentimentality behind his selection in Australia's 26-man squad, and that he will be "driving even harder" to book his spot at a fourth World Cup in Russia.

The 38-year-old Socceroos stalwart defied his age and lack of club game time for Millwall to make the second cut in Bert van Marwijk's extended squad ahead of in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren.

It came a week after Van Marwijk labelled Cahill "a special case" and subtly intimated the country's all-time...