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Manchester City travel to League One side Wigan in the FA Cup fifth round on Monday evening. City’s quest for an unprecedented quadruple lives on as their magnificent season continues across every competition they are competing in.
Premier League leaders Manchester City are basically through to the next round of the UEFA Champions League thanks to a dominant away win against FC Basel, so now they’ll look to advance to the next round of the FA Cup with a dominant away win against Wigan Athletic.
The Latics have had a tremendous season in League One and are the top scorers in the third division, which is totally understandable when you have Will Grigg in your team. Because, you know, he’s on fire and every defense is terrified.
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Arsenal’s hectic January is over and the Gunners can finally focus on the remainder of their season, starting with Saturday’s match against Everton.
Arsene Wenger’s side were defeated by Swansea in a 3-1 loss on Tuesday, though the blow of losing Alexis Sanchez to Manchester United blow was softened with the arrivals of Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Arsenal have only won once in their previous five Premier League matches. Their last match on Tuesday may have been their lowest point on the season, as they lost to Swansea, 3-1. Nothing went right for the Gunners on the day. It’s looking more likely by the day that Arsene Wenger’s club won’t make the top four for the second straight year.
Everton are in their own free fall. Prior to their win against against Leicester midweek, Sam Allardyce’s squad were on a three-match losing streak and hadn’t won in five. In fact, Everton hadn’t won since a six-match unbeaten run in all competitions when Allardyce first took over.