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4-3-3: Manchester united Strongest Lineup That Could Defeat Fulham To Qualify For The Next Round



On Sunday afternoon, Old Trafford will be the venue for the sole all-Premier League encounter in this season’s FA Cup quarter-finals, with Manchester United facing Fulham for the chance to progress to Wembley.

Having overcome a one-goal deficit to defeat West Ham United in the previous round, the Red Devils will be seeking to continue their cup run. Meanwhile, Marco Silva’s side secured their place in the last eight with a convincing 2-0 victory over Leeds United.

Manchester United, currently chasing silverware on multiple fronts, successfully defended their position in the Europa League last-16 against Real Betis on Thursday. Despite a barrage of attacks from a Joaquin-inspired Betis, the chances of overturning a 4-1 deficit from the first leg grew increasingly slim with each passing moment.

At the 55-minute mark, Marcus Rashford scored his 27th goal of the season, securing Man United’s place in the quarter-finals. The focus remains on knockout football for Erik ten Hag’s side as they aim to earn another shot at Wembley.

Having already secured the EFL Cup crown, Man United’s trio of 3-1 home victories over Everton, Reading, and West Ham have earned them a spot in the quarter-finals of the 2022-23 FA Cup. In their latest match, a late flourish from Alejandro Garnacho, Fred, and a Nayef Aguerd own goal saw the Hammers exit the tournament earlier this month.

Manchester United has lifted the trophy aloft on 13 occasions, with their last triumph dating back to the 2015-16 season. Despite this, the club is now on course for a semi-final appearance, marking their first since 2019-20. However, they suffered a quarter-final heartbreak to eventual winners Leicester City in the 2020-21 campaign.

It has been six years since Man United lost a home FA Cup tie in 90 or 120 minutes, with their last defeat in such circumstances coming at the hands of Arsenal during the 2014-15 season. Nonetheless, Middlesbrough famously sent the Red Devils packing on penalties last season, and the Cottagers have demonstrated enough guile this season to pose a threat to Man United’s aspirations of a domestic cup double.


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