FA Cup: Manchester City draw 2013 final vanquishers Wigan Athletic in fifth round, Chelsea to host Hull
Wigan, top of the third-tier League One, became the first team to win the FA Cup and be relegated in the same season when they beat Manchester City 1-0 in the 2013 final.
London: Manchester City have a chance to get revenge over Wigan Athletic for their 2013 FA Cup final defeat after being drawn against the third-tier leaders in the fifth round of the competition.
Wigan, top of the third-tier League One, became the first team to win the FA Cup and be relegated in the same season when they beat City 1-0 in the 2013 final.
They then lost 4-1 to Arsenal three days later, a defeat that sent them down to the second-tier Championship.
They then beat City in the Cup again the following season, winning 2-1 in the quarter-finals at the Etihad Stadium, and were only denied a place in their second consecutive final on penalties by Arsenal.
Manchester United visit Huddersfield Town or second-tier Birmingham City while Chelsea, who lost to Arsenal in the 2017 final, host Championship side Hull City after Monday’s draw.
West Bromwich Albion and Southampton meet in an all-Premier League clash, second-tier Sheffield United are at Leicester City and Brighton & Hove Albion welcome 1987 winners Coventry City.
If Tottenham Hotspur beat Newport County, the lowest-ranked team left in the competition, in a fourth-round replay they will travel to second-tier Millwall or Rochdale of League One.
Spurs beat Millwall 6-0 in last season’s quarter-finals.
Championship side Sheffield Wednesday will meet League Two Notts County or Premier League strugglers Swansea City.
The ties will be played from 16-19 February.
The chair of an advisory panel comprising elected representatives from the fanbase will be appointed annually on the club's board, Tottenham said on Tuesday.
Tuchel's side were bereft of quality in the final third as they succumbed to only a third defeat in their 26 matches in all competitions.
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