Ton up for Walcott as Arsenal end Sutton's dream Cup run

Ton up for Walcott as Arsenal end Sutton's dream Cup run

They join fellow National League side Lincoln in breaking the barrier after thier exploits in the FA Cup this year, which has seen them knock out Cheltenham, Wimbledon and Leeds before losing narrowly to Arsenal on Monday. A crucial week will culminate in a home FA Cup sixth round tie with Lincoln City, the date for which will be confirmed in the coming days.

"It's great. We wish Sutton all the best tomorrow - I genuinely hope they can do it". I don't think it's a knee-jerk reaction - that would be unfair to label that at the fans.

The U's have previously said money from the cup run would go towards improving the club's facilities rather than spending the earnings going towards signing new players. I have so many things to think about.

"I have a contract until 2021 but the Premier League is a league that interests me and maybe one day I will come and play here".

Lincoln are also in two Cup competitions, the FA Trophy and the FA Cup. "The quality of the team they put out showed what's at stake", said Sutton manager Paul Doswell, who works for nothing and loaned the club 450,000 pounds interest free for its 3G pitch.

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Milwall boss Neil Harris was delighted to be taking his side to Tottenham, saying: 'It's a cracking draw for everyone associated with this club.

Pennants are often exchanged between teams before big matches and Collins had his side's yellow colours prepared to hand over to his counterpart - but, whether his fault or not, Walcott simply didn't have one. We asked them to give everything they had and they gave us that. They are only three points off the relegation zone and travel to Torquay at the weekend for a match that won't quite set the pulses racing as Monday night's encounter did.

He is expected to be fit for Arsenal's next game at Liverpool on March 4.

The draw was made live on the BBC by former Manchester United midfielder Owen Hargreaves and Celtic forward Chris Sutton on Sunday, February 19.

The Frenchman also hinted that his team's spectacular collapse at Bayern Munich last week was still fresh in the mind and that he was concerned about the confidence levels of his players.