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« on: October 06, 2014, 12:23:48 am »

LONDON - The draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup has set up intriguing clashes between Englands top four teams with Premier League leader and 10-time cup winner Arsenal hosting Liverpool and Chelsea travelling to Manchester City. Antonio Cromartie Jersey . Holder Wigan, which defeated Crystal Palace in the previous round, will travel to Cardiff. "No problem," Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said of the draw after his team beat Stoke 1-0 Sunday. "If you want to be the best you have to play against the best, so its good for us. Good experience, good game, big game." There are two other all-top flight ties as Sunderland takes on Southampton and Everton hosts Swansea. Manchester City, winners in 2011 and last years losing finalist, avoided a major shock by coming from two goals down to beat second-tier Watford 4-2 in the fourth round on Saturday. Liverpool, which has won the trophy seven times, booked its place in the fifth round with a win at Bournemouth but Brendan Rodgers team lost 2-0 at the Emirates earlier this season in the league. Arsenal advanced after ousting Coventry. The games will be played on the weekend of Feb. 15-16. The two lowest-ranking teams remaining in the competition League One clubs Sheffield United and Preston North End will play each other if they win their replays against Fulham and Nottingham Forest respectively. Jonathan Cooper Youth Jersey . Later, his catcher delivered the deciding stroke. Price struck out 10 in his Detroit debut and was long gone when Alex Avila homered in the 12th inning to lift the Tigers over the New York Yankees 4-3 Tuesday night. Tony Jefferson Jersey . They had already blown a double-digit lead, fans were hitting the exits, and a long seven-game road trip waited at the end.SAINT-NOM-LA-BRETECHE, France - Britain and Ireland took a 4-1 lead over Continental Europe after the opening fourballs Thursday in the Vivendi Seve Trophy. Anders Hansen and Francesco Molinari won the only point for the European team with a single-hole victory over Mark Foster and Lee Westwood. "Im obviously delighted, really delighted I got my pairings right," Britain and Ireland captain Paul McGinley said. "I got experience in each group." Scott Jamieson and Ross Fisher were the standout performers, beating Peter Hanson and Raphael Jacquelin 6 and 4. Also, Robert Rock and Ian Poulter defeated Thomas Bjorn and Alexander Noren, and Darren Clarke and David Horsey beat Nicolas Colsaerts and Matteo Manassero. Playing with Pablo Larrazabal, Miguel Angel Jimenez hit the first tee shot in honour of tournament creator Seve Ballesteros. But the Spanish pair lost to Simon Dyson and Jamie Donaldson. In near-perfect conditions at the Saint-Nom-la-Breteche course, Britain and Ireland were up at the turn in all five matches. Surprisingly, the teams only loss came in the pairing containing the tournaments top-ranked player, the second-ranked Westwood. Foster chipped in from a bunker on the eighth hole as thee English pair took a two-hole advantage, but Hansen holed a birdie putt on No. Alameda Taamu Youth Jersey. 10 to cut the deficit and Molinari birdied the 12th to level. Another birdie from the Italian player on the par-5 15th gave the pair the lead for good. Dyson and Donaldson set the tone in the first match after taking a narrow lead over the opening nine holes against Jimenez and Larrazabal. Jimenez ramped up the pressure with some attacking iron play on the back nine, but the Britain and Ireland pairing kept the Spanish duo at bay to take a 2 and 1 win. In the second match, Jamieson, one of three Britain and Ireland players ranked outside the worlds top 100, partnered Fisher to a two-hole lead after nine holes against Hanson and Jacquelin before registering an easy victory. Clarke, the British Open champion, showed an experienced touch to hit the middle of the green on the 18th, ensuring he and Horsey held off Colsaerts and Manassero for a single-hole win. Rocks solid putting alongside Poulter earned the English pair a 5 and 3 victory over Bjorn and Noren. Although Continental Europe started as the favourite, Britain and Ireland has won the last five trophies. Continental Europes only victory came in the first edition of the tournament in 2000. ' ' '
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