• 20 Feb 2017, Kick Off 7:55pm
  • Ref: unknown
  • Competition: FA Cup
  • Borough Sports Ground, London
Sutton United
KICK OFF AT 19:55
Arsenal
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    No team lineups have been published for this match yet. Team lineups are generally announced in the hour leading up to kick off. In the meantime, here's how the teams lined up in their previous fixtures:

    Sutton United 1 - 0 Leeds United
    FC Bayern München 5 - 1 Arsenal
    • 13Ospina
    • 24Bellerín
    • 20Mustafi
    • 6Koscielny
    • 3Gibbs
    • 34Coquelin
    • 29Xhaka
    • 17Iwobi
    • 11Özil
    • 15Oxlade-Chamberlain
    • 7Sánchez
    Sutton United 1 - 0 Leeds United
    FC Bayern München 5 - 1 Arsenal

    Sutton United

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-5-1
    • 1 R. Worner
    • 2 K. Amankwaah
    • 27 S. Downer
    • 6 J. Collins
    • 17 D. Spence
    • 21 R. Deacon
    • 16 N. Bailey
    • 12 A. May
    • 8 B. Gomis
    • 15 C. Eastmond (Traore '91)
    • 24 M. Biamou

    Arsenal

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 13 D. Ospina
    • 24 H. Bellerín
    • 20 S. Mustafi
    • 6 L. Koscielny (de Abreu '49)
    • 3 K. Gibbs
    • 34 F. Coquelin (Giroud '77)
    • 29 G. Xhaka
    • 17 A. Iwobi (Walcott '66)
    • 11 M. Özil
    • 15 A. Oxlade-Chamberlain
    • 7 A. Sánchez
    Substitutes
    • 23 B. Traore
    • 10 D. Fitchett
    • 29 W. Shaw
    • 28 M. Tubbs
    • 5 L. John
    • 11 P. Gueye
    • 19 J. Monakana
    Substitutes
    • 35 M. Elneny
    • 33 P. Cech
    • 5 G. de Abreu
    • 14 T. Walcott
    • 18 N. Monreal
    • 12 O. Giroud
    • 23 D. Welbeck

      Sutton United vs Arsenal

      Sutton are playing their first ever fifth round FA Cup tie in their history. By contrast, this will be Arsenal’s 54th game at this stage since 1925/26.

      The last non-league team to win an FA Cup home game against top-flight opposition were Sutton United vs Coventry in 1989.

      Despite beating Coventry, Sutton have conceded 15 goals in three previous games v top-flight sides in the FA Cup.

      This will be Arsenal’s first game against a non-league side in the FA Cup since 2002/03, when they beat Farnborough 5-1 at Highbury.

      No non-league team has ever reached the sixth round of the FA Cup in its current format (Lincoln can also do this in this round).

      Arsenal could reach the sixth round for the fourth season in a row, something they haven’t done since 2005 (five in succession).

      Theo Walcott has scored five times in his last two away FA Cup games for the Gunners.

      Sutton midfielder Craig Eastmond played 10 times for Arsenal between October 2009 and November 2010, including one appearance in the FA Cup; a game that they lost 1-3 to Stoke City.