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FA Cup - Stat Attack

Looking ahead to the FA Cup tie, or rather back, the statistics heavily favour a United win.

The record books show that on the last 7 occasions our paths have crossed in this competition, United have won.

Indeed, you have to go as far back as 1908 for the last time we were knocked out of the FA Cup by the West London side.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 26 2013

Time: 12:02PM

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You would think it's reassuring but that's entirely dependent on how you read into them. You could take security from the stat or alternatively be wary as Fulham are perhaps due a win against us in the FA Cup.
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