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WATCH FA Cup Fifth Round Draw on Replay [VIDEO]

 WATCH FA Cup Fifth Round Draw on Replay [VIDEO]

You can watch the draw for the FA Cup Fifth Round on replay below.

The draw streamed live from Wembley Stadium in England. The teams that were in the hat for the Fifth Round were as follows (the numbers for each team were included below too):

1 Sunderland
2 Cardiff City
3 Southampton
4 Charlton Athletic
5 Brighton & Hove Albion
6 Nottingham Forest or Preston North End
7 Hull City
8 Sheffield Wednesday
9 Arsenal
10 Stevenage or Everton
11 Wigan Athletic
12 Chelsea
13 Manchester City
14 Liverpool
15 Swansea City
16 Sheffield United or Fulham

For today’s draw, Andros Townsend and his father Troy picked the balls out of the hat.

Watch the draw on replay here:

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2 Responses to WATCH FA Cup Fifth Round Draw on Replay [VIDEO]

  1. Christopher Harris says:

    FOX Sports 2 are showing the draw on delay — by about 3 minutes or more.

  2. Christopher Harris says:

    It’s ridiculous how FOX Sports can screw up something as simple as a FA Cup draw. For the 4th Round, they didn’t show it live even though they could have easily done so. And then they do decide the show the 5th Round draw live, but they show it on delay by approximately 3 minutes so before they were halfway done with showing the draw, it was already over and most plugged-in soccer fans already knew the matches that would be played.

    If you’re going to show something live, show it live.

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