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FA introduce fourth substitute for the 2016-17 FA Cup competition in order to trial the system used at the Copa America

* Teams in next season's FA Cup will be allowed a fourth substitute
* The law comes in from the quarter-finals and if the tie reaches extra time
* Football Association are trialling the system used in 2016 Copa America


Teams in the 2016-17 FA Cup are set to be allowed to use a fourth substitute during extra time as the Football Association trials a new format for the first time.

The innovation - which follows the announcement of a sudden-death format for the last eight stage - will only apply to teams playing in the quarter-finals, semi-finals and Wembley final.

It means clubs who have used their regular three substitutions in normal time would be able to make an additional replacement should the game go beyond 90 minutes.


The 2016-17 FA Cup will see the introduction of a fourth substitute for the first time. Next season's tournament will see the introduction of an extra substitution allowed in extra time only

The latest trial scheme to be planned for next season's FA Cup was also trialled in the Copa America earlier this summer with English football's most famous competition now set to follow suit.

FA bosses believe they must make the tournament as appealing as possible to fans and are willing to trial new rules and regulations to see if they are a success.

The rule is subject to approval from the game's law-makers the International Football Association Board (IFAB), but with no replays in the quarter-finals, the FA say new initiatives will continue to be explored to ensure the FA Cup retains its status and appeal.

'The Emirates FA Cup is renowned for its great history and tradition but, as the game's governing body, it is important The FA continues to look at how it can further add to the drama and spectacle of a competition loved by millions around the world,' said FA chief executive Martin Glenn.

'With the cup now adopting a straight knock-out format from the quarter-finals onwards, the introduction of a fourth substitute in extra time will bring extra intrigue and interest.'


Alongside an extra substitute, the FA Cup will feature a sudden-death format in the quarter-finals and beyond

Glenn, who this week confirmed the appointment of Sam Allardyce as the new England manager, added: 'From a technical point of view, it will be interesting to see how managers use the chance to make an additional substitution in such high-profile games and the impact it has on the final result.

'Player welfare and being mindful of the number of games people play at the elite level has also been a consideration.'

Last season's FA Cup final, in which Manchester United were 2-1 winners over Crystal Palace at Wembley, went to extra time.

Jesse Lingard's 110th minute goal secured victory for United but with both teams having made all three of their substitutes in the regulation 90 minutes, no further changes were possible in the extra half an hour of action.

Should that happen again in the season ahead, both teams would be able to bring on a fresh pair of legs if they felt the need to do so.

This seasonís competition gets under way on Friday, August 5 with 184 extra preliminary round ties taking place.

A total of 736 clubs will be involved this season with the show-piece finale coming at Wembley on Saturday, May 27 next year, the tenth anniversary since the national stadium reopened.

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FA Cup second-round draw: Four-time winners Bolton and Sheffield United to play in clash of League One teams

* Bolton and Sheffield United share eight FA Cup wins between them
* League One sides Charlton and MK Dons also drawn against each other
* Non-league Braintree Town travel to south London to take on Millwall


Bolton Wanderers and Sheffield United will take a break from their League One promotion bids to play one another in the FA Cup second-round.

The two teams, who have each won the famous competition four times throughout their history, will play at the Macron Stadium after being matched in Monday's draw.

Charlton Athletic and Milton Keynes Dons make up another League One clash while non-league Braintree Town will travel to south London to take on Millwall.

Westfields, who play in the ninth tier and are the lowest ranked side left in the competition, will host Bury or AFC Wimbledon, if they can beat Curzon Ashton in a first-round replay.

Sitting fourth in the Midland League Premier Division, Westfields drew 1-1 with Curzon Ashton on Saturday and now find themselves potentially two wins away from a third-round tie.

Meanwhile, Rochdale will face Carlisle, if they overcome Maidstone, while Fleetwood will travel to Shrewsbury if they can beat Southport.

Bristol Rovers, who are fifth in League One, were held by League Two side Crawley Town last weekend and the winner of the replay will be up against either Taunton or Barrow.

Chesterfield are at home to Wycombe, Oxford United face a trip to Macclesfield Town and Oldham are away to National League side Lincoln.

Newport County could have an all-League Two clash at Plymouth but first they will have to beat Alfreton Town in a replay. Oldham travel to National League side Lincoln, while Port Vale are at home to Hartlepool.

League Two sides Luton and Yeovil are also due to meet but only if Yeovil beat Solihull Moors, against whom they drew 2-2 at home on Saturday.

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Ties to be played 2/3/4/5 December

Westfields/Curzon Ashton vs Bury/AFC Wimbledon, Chesterfield vs Wycombe, Millwall vs Braintree Town, Macclesfield Town vs Oxford United, Bolton vs Sheffield United, Blackpool vs Gillingham/Brackley Town, Whitehawk/Stourbridge vs Northampton, Boreham Wood/Notts County vs Peterborough, Cambridge/Dover vs Morecambe/Coventry, Port Vale vs Hartlepool, Crawley Town/Bristol Rovers vs Taunton/Barrow, Woking vs Accrington Stanley, Lincoln City vs Oldham, Luton Town vs Yeovil/Solihull Moors, Sutton United vs Cheltenham/Crewe, Eastleigh/Swindon Town vs Dagenham & Redbridge/Halifax, Shrewsbury Town vs Southport/Fleetwood Town, Charlton Athletic vs MK Dons, Pymouth Argyle vs Alfreton/Newport County, Carlisle United vs Maidstone/Rochdale
National League club Boreham Wood face a tough match at home to either Notts County or Peterborough United.

Whitehawk of National League South have been also been handed a home tie against Northampton, if they can beat Stourbridge at the second time of asking.

Blackpool host Gillingham or Brackley Town and Woking are up against League Two's Accrington Stanley.

Cheltenham or Crewe will travel to National League side Sutton United and Cambridge United or Dover Athletic are at home to Morecambe or Coventry.

In a potentially all-National League tie, Eastleigh have been handed a home draw against Dagenham & Redbridge or Halifax. Eastleigh, however, will first have to beat League One club Swindon.

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United drawn at home in the FA Cup

FA Cup holders Manchester United will be at home to Reading in the third round of the 2016/17 competition, with the tie to be played between Friday 6 and Monday 9 January.


United were represented by ball no.25 in Monday evening's draw, which was made in London by former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard and Arsenal legend Ian Wright.

The Reds were the third home team to be pulled out and were swiftly paired with the Royals, who are currently third in the Championship under the management of ex-United defender Jaap Stam.

Stam was appointed Reading manager in June this year after several seasons as a coach in his native Netherlands with PEC Zwolle and then Ajax. As a player, he won the FA Cup as part of United's unpredecented Treble in 1998/99, his first campaign with the club. After leaving the Reds in 2001 he went on to serve Lazio, Milan and Ajax on the pitch.

The Dutchman's former Reds team-mate Andy Cole told BBC Sport: "No doubt Jaap will get a great reception when he goes back to Old Trafford. He was a superb centre-half for United."

United last played Reading in March 2013, beating them 1-0 at Old Trafford in the Premier League following a thrilling 4-3 win earlier in the same season, when all seven goals were scored in the first half at the Madejski Stadium.

The two clubs have been drawn against each other in the FA Cup eight times, with the Reds progressing on seven occasions including the fourth-round clash of 1996 (3-0 away) and the fifth-round ties of 2007 (3-2 away after a replay) and 2013 (2-1 at home).

The other cup meetings have all been in the third round - United went through after a replay in 1912 and Reading had their revenge in 1927 following two rematches. The Reds won at the first time of asking in 1936 and again in 1937 but were taken to a second game by the Royals in 1955 before marching on.

FULL FA CUP THIRD-ROUND DRAW

Ipswich Town v Lincoln/Oldham
Barrow v Rochdale
United v Reading
Hull v Swansea
Sunderland v Burnley
QPR v Blackburn
Millwall v Bournemouth
West Ham v Manchester City
Brighton v MK Dons/Charlton
Blackpool v Barnsley
Wigan v Nottm Forest
Birmingham v Newcastle
Chelsea v Notts County
Middlesbrough v Sheff Weds
West Brom v Derby County
Everton v Leicester
Liverpool v Newport/Plymouth
Wycombe v Northampton/Stourbridge
Watford v Burton Albion
Preston v Arsenal
Cardiff v Fulham
Stoke v Wolves
Cambridge Utd v Leeds
Bristol City v Shrewsbury/Fleetwood
Huddersfield v Port Vale
Tottenham v Aston Villa
Brentford v Halifax/Eastleigh
Bolton v Crystal Palace
Norwich v Southampton
Sutton Utd v AFC Wimbledon
Accrington v Luton
Rotherham v Oxford United/Macclesfield Town

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THE MATCH OFFICIALS FOR THE EMIRATES FA CUP THIRD ROUND HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED

1 Ipswich Town F.C. v Lincoln City FC
Referee Lee Probert
Assistant Referees Neil Davies & Marc Wilson
Fourth Official Nicholas Kinseley

2 Barrow AFC v Rochdale AFC
Referee David Webb
Assistant Referees Alan Clayton & Helen Byrne
Fourth Official Anthony Backhouse

3 Manchester United FC v Reading FC
Referee Andre Marriner
Assistant Referees Simon Bennett & Edward Smart
Fourth Official Graham Scott

4 Hull City v Swansea City FC
Referee Anthony Taylor
Assistant Referees Scott Ledger & Gary Beswick
Fourth Official Tony Harrington

5 Sunderland AFC v Burnley FC
Referee Stuart Attwell
Assistant Referees Marc Perry & Derek Eaton
Fourth Official Scott Duncan

6 Queens Park Rangers FC v Blackburn Rovers FC
Referee Simon Hooper
Assistant Referees Adam Crysell & David Avent
Fourth Official Lee Collins

7 Millwall FC v AFC Bournemouth
Referee Andrew Madley
Assistant Referees James Wilson & Mark Russell
Fourth Official John Brooks

8 West Ham United v Manchester City FC
Referee Michael Oliver
Assistant Referees Steve Child & Constantine Hatzidakis
Fourth Official Neil Swarbrick

9 Brighton & Hove Albion v Milton Keynes Dons FC
Referee James Linington
Assistant Referees Darren Blunden & Nigel Lugg
Fourth Official Brendan Malone

10 Blackpool FC v Barnsley FC
Referee Christopher Sarginson
Assistant Referees Mark Jones & Anthony Moore
Fourth Official Sebastian Stockbridge

11 Wigan Athletic FC v Nottingham Forest FC
Referee Oliver Langford
Assistant Referees Steven Meredith & Akil Howson
Fourth Official Michael Salisbury

12 Birmingham City FC v Newcastle United FC
Referee Neil Swarbrick
Assistant Referees Adrian Holmes & Daniel Leach
Fourth Official Mark Heywood

13 Chelsea v Peterborough United FC
Referee Kevin Friend
Assistant Referees Simon Long & Sian Massey-Ellis
Fourth Official Simon Hooper

14 Middlesbrough FC v Sheffield Wednesday FC
Referee David Coote
Assistant Referees Adam Matthews & Nick Hopton
Fourth Official Mark Haywood

15 West Bromwich Albion FC v Derby County FC
Referee Jonathan Moss
Assistant Referees Simon Beck & Peter Kirkup
Fourth Official Michael Dean

16 Everton FC v Leicester City FC
Referee Martin Atkinson
Assistant Referees Harry Lennard & Mark Scholes
Fourth Official Jeremy Simpson

17 Liverpool FC v Plymouth Argyle FC
Referee Paul Tierney
Assistant Referees Stuart Burt & David Bryan
Fourth Official Andre Marriner

18 Wycombe Wanderers FC v Stourbridge FC
Referee Darren England
Assistant Referees Neil Radford & Lee Venamore
Fourth Official David Rock

19 Watford FC v Burton Albion FC
Referee Lee Mason
Assistant Referees Richard West & Ian Cooper
Fourth Official Tim Robinson

20 Preston North End FC v Arsenal
Referee Robert Madley
Assistant Referees Jake Collin & Andrew Garratt
Fourth Official Paul Tierney

21 Cardiff City FC v Fulham
Referee Andy Woolmer
Assistant Referees Andrew Fox & Geoffrey Russell
Fourth Official Kevin Johnson

22 Stoke City FC v Wolverhampton Wanderers FC
Referee Michael Jones
Assistant Referees Andrew Halliday & Paul Hodskinson
Fourth Official Darren Bond

23 Cambridge United FC v Leeds United AFC
Referee Craig Pawson
Assistant Referees Darren Cann & Dan Cook
Fourth Official Kevin Friend

24 Bristol City FC v Fleetwood Town FC
Referee Stephen Martin
Assistant Referees Mark Pottage & Christopher Husband
Fourth Official John Busby

25 Huddersfield Town FC v Port Vale FC
Referee Geoff Eltringham
Assistant Referees Jonathan Hunt & James Bell
Fourth Official Ben Toner

26 Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa FC
Referee Michael Dean
Assistant Referees Ian Hussin & Adam Nunn
Fourth Official Graham Scott

27 Brentford FC v Eastleigh FC
Referee Peter Bankes
Assistant Referees John Flynn & Robert Dabbs
Fourth Official Charles Breakspear

28 Bolton Wanderers FC v Crystal Palace FC
Referee Roger East
Assistant Referees Michael McDonough & Matthew Wilkes
Fourth Official Robert Jones

29 Norwich City FC v Southampton FC
Referee Christopher Kavanagh
Assistant Referees Nick Greenhalgh & Matt Foley
Fourth Official Dean Whitestone

30 Sutton United FC v AFC Wimbledon
Referee Keith Stroud
Assistant Referees Daniel Robathan & Robert Hyde
Fourth Official Carl Brook

31 Accrington Stanley FC v Luton Town
Referee Darren Deadman
Assistant Referees Matthew Jones & Joe Simpson
Fourth Official Scott Oldham

32 Rotherham United FC v Oxford United FC
Referee James Adcock
Assistant Referees Billy Smallwood & Chris Isherwood
Fourth Official Ross Joyce

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Jadwal pertandingan FA Cup 3rd Round :
Sabtu, 7 Januari 2017
02.55 WIB - West Ham United VS Manchester City
19.30 WIB - Manchester United VS Reading
22.00 WIB - Ipswich Town VS Lincoln City
22.00 WIB - Barrow AFC VS Rochdale AFC
22.00 WIB - Hull City VS Swansea City
22.00 WIB - Sunderland AFC VS Burnley
22.00 WIB - Queens Park Rangers VS Blackburn Rovers
22.00 WIB - Millwall VS AFC Bournemouth
22.00 WIB - Brighton & Hove Albion VS Milton Keynes Dons
22.00 WIB - Blackpool VS Barnsley
22.00 WIB - Wigan Athletic VS Nottingham Forest
22.00 WIB - Birmingham City VS Newcastle United
22.00 WIB - West Bromwich Albion VS Derby County
22.00 WIB - Everton VS Leicester City
22.00 WIB - Wycombe Wanderers VS Stourbridge
22.00 WIB - Watford VS Burton Albion
22.00 WIB - Stoke City VS Wolverhampton Wanderers
22.00 WIB - Bristol City VS Fleetwood Town
22.00 WIB - Huddersfield Town VS Port Vale
22.00 WIB - Brentford VS Eastleigh
22.00 WIB - Bolton Wanderers VS Crystal Palace
22.00 WIB - Norwich City VS Southampton
22.00 WIB - Sutton United VS AFC Wimbledon
22.00 WIB - Accrington Stanley VS Luton Town
22.00 WIB - Rotherham United VS Oxford United

Minggu, 8 Januari 2017
00.30 WIB - Preston North End VS Arsenal
18.30 WIB - Cardiff City VS Fulham
20.30 WIB - Liverpool VS Plymouth Argyle
22.00 WIB - Chelsea VS Peterborough United
22.00 WIB - Middlesbrough VS Sheffield Wednesday
23.00 WIB - Tottenham Hotspur VS Aston Villa

Selasa, 10 January 2017
02.45 WIB - Cambridge United VS Leeds United AFC
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United await FA Cup fourth-round opponents

The draw for the FA Cup fourth round will take place on Monday night around 19:10 GMT, with Manchester United among the teams involved following Saturdayís 4-0 win over Reading.


The Reds are attempting to retain the competition for the first time in the clubís illustrious history, having previously lifted the famous cup on 12 previous occasions and, most recently, in May 2016 following a dramatic 2-1 extra-time success over Crystal Palace at Wembley.

The draw for the fourth round will be made at Sutton United's Gander Green Lane stadium and there will be 32 balls in the pot, with Jose Mourinho's United attached to number three.

Sutton and Lincoln City are the only non-league teams in the draw, although they must first navigate their way through two of nine third-round replays that are still to be played. That tally includes Liverpool versus League Two side Plymouth Argyle following Sundayís unexpected 0-0 draw at Anfield.

This is the full list of numbers ahead of the FA Cup fourth-round draw:


1 Ipswich Town or Lincoln City
2 Rochdale
3 Manchester United
4 Hull City
5 Sunderland or Burnley
6 Blackburn Rovers
7 Millwall
8 Manchester City
9 Brighton & Hove Albion
10 Blackpool or Barnsley
11 Wigan Athletic
12 Birmingham City or Newcastle United
13 Chelsea
14 Middlesbrough
15 Derby County
16 Leicester City
17 Liverpool or Plymouth Argyle
18 Wycombe Wanderers
19 Watford
20 Arsenal
21 Fulham
22 Wolverhampton Wanderers
23 Cambridge United or Leeds United
24 Bristol City or Fleetwood Town
25 Huddersfield Town
26 Tottenham Hotspur
27 Brentford
28 Bolton Wanderers or Crystal Palace
29 Norwich City or Southampton
30 Sutton United or AFC Wimbledon
31 Accrington Stanley
32 Oxford United

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United discover next FA Cup opponents

Manchester United's next FA Cup opponents were confirmed on Monday evening when the draw for the fourth round was made.


Jose Mourinho's men will be at home to Wigan Athletic, the side now managed by former United Reserves coach Warren Joyce, on the weekend of Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 January. The meeting at Old Trafford will therefore fall between two matches against Hull City - the EFL Cup semi-final second leg away on Thursday 26 January and a home Premier League game on Wednesday 1 February.

The two clubs located 25 miles apart have never met in the FA Cup, with 16 of the 18 competitive fixtures between them coming in the Premier League and the other two being the 2006 League Cup final and the 2013 Community Shield. Wigan qualified for the latter by winning the FA Cup for the only time in their history after beating Manchester City 1-0 at Wembley.

The Reds are attempting to retain the trophy after lifting it for a 12th time following the dramatic 2-1 extra-time success over Crystal Palace in last May's final. This season's defence of the silverware began in excellent fashion at the weekend of course with an emphatic 4-0 win over Jaap Stam's Reading, featuring a landmark goal for captain Wayne Rooney - his 249th, drawing him level with all-time top scorer Sir Bobby Charlton.

Meanwhile, Wigan, who are currently seven points from safety in the Championship table, defied their league struggles to win 2-0 at home to Nottingham Forest with goals from Will Grigg and Yanic Wildschut. The Latics appointed Joyce as their manager on 2 November 2016 after he began the season in his longstanding role in charge of United's title-winning Reserves.

United and Wigan last met in a friendly match at the DW Stadium on 16 July 2016 - Jose Mourinho's first game as Reds boss. It was also the unofficial debut for summer signings Eric Bailly and Henrikh Mkhitaryan and the FA Cup holders won 2-0 thanks to strikes by Will Keane and Andreas Pereira.

FULL FOURTH-ROUND DRAW
Tottenham Hotspur v Wycombe Wanderers
Derby County v Leicester City
Oxford United v Birmingham City or Newcastle United
Sutton United or AFC Wimbledon v Cambridge United or Leeds United
Liverpool or Plymouth Argyle v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Norwich City or Southampton v Arsenal
Ipswich Town or Lincoln City v Brighton & Hove Albion
Chelsea v Brentford
Manchester United v Wigan Athletic
Millwall v Watford
Crystal Palace or Bolton Wanderers v Manchester City
Middlesbrough v Accrington Stanley
Blackburn v Barnsley or Blackpool
Fulham v Hull City
Rochdale v Huddersfield Town
Burnley or Sunderland v Fleetwood or Bristol City

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