2015–16 FA Cup

The 2015–16 FA Cup (also known as the FA Challenge Cup) was the 135th edition of the oldest recognised football tournament in the world. It was sponsored by Emirates, and known as The Emirates FA Cup for sponsorship purposes.[1] It began with the Extra Preliminary Round on 15 August 2015, and concluded with the final on 21 May 2016.[2] The FA Cup winner qualifies for the 2016–17 UEFA Europa League group stage.

Premier League side Arsenal were the defending champions after they beat Aston Villa 4–0 in the previous final on 30 May 2015,[3] but were eliminated by Watford in the sixth round.

The winners were Manchester United, who defeated Crystal Palace 2–1 in the final after extra time.[4]

2015–16 FA Cup
Football Association Challenge Cup
Country England
 Guernsey
 Wales
Dates15 August 2015 – 21 May 2016
Teams736
Defending championsArsenal
ChampionsManchester United
(12th title)
Runners-upCrystal Palace
Matches played149
Goals scored412 (2.77 per match)
Attendance2,098,077 (14,081 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Matěj Vydra
(6 goals)

Teams

Round Clubs
remaining
Clubs
involved
Winners from
previous round
New entries
this round
Leagues entering
at this round
First Round Proper 124 80 32 48 EFL League One
EFL League Two
Second Round Proper 84 40 40 none none
Third Round Proper 64 64 20 44 Premier League
EFL Championship
Fourth Round Proper 32 32 32 none none
Fifth Round Proper 16 16 16 none none
Quarter-finals 8 8 8 none none
Semi-finals 4 4 4 none none
Final 2 2 2 none none

Prize fund

Round No. of Clubs
receive fund
Prize fund
per club[5]
Extra Preliminary Round winners 184 £1,500
Preliminary Round winners 160 £1,925
First Round Qualifying winners 116 £3,000
Second Round Qualifying winners 80 £4,500
Third Round Qualifying winners 40 £7,500
Fourth Round Qualifying winners 32 £12,500
First Round Proper winners 40 £18,000
Second Round Proper winners 20 £27,000
Third Round Proper winners 32 £67,500
Fourth Round Proper winners 16 £90,000
Fifth Round Proper winners 8 £180,000
Sixth Round Proper winners 4 £360,000
Semi-Final losers 2 £450,000
Semi-Final winners 2 £900,000
Final runners-up 1 £900,000
Final winner 1 £1,800,000
Total £15,132,000

Round and draw dates

The schedule are as follows.[2][6]

Phase Round Draw date Match date
Qualifying rounds Extra Preliminary Round 3 July 2015[7] 15 August 2015
Preliminary Round 29 August 2015
First Round Qualifying 24 August 2015[8] 12 September 2015
Second Round Qualifying 14 September 2015[9] 26 September 2015
Third Round Qualifying 28 September 2015[10] 10 October 2015
Fourth Round Qualifying 12 October 2015[11] 24 October 2015
Main tournament First Round Proper 26 October 2015, 19:00 GMT[12] 7 November 2015
Second Round Proper 9 November 2015, 19:00 GMT[13] 5 December 2015
Third Round Proper 7 December 2015, 19:00 GMT[14] 9 January 2016
Fourth Round Proper 11 January 2016, 19:15 GMT[15] 30 January 2016
Fifth Round Proper 31 January 2016, 18:15 GMT[16] 20 February 2016
Sixth Round Proper 21 February 2016, 18:15 GMT[17] 12 March 2016
Semi-finals 14 March 2016 23 and 24 April 2016
Final 21 May 2016

Qualifying rounds

The qualifying competition began with the Extra Preliminary Round on 15 August 2015.[2] All of the competing teams that were not members of either the Premier League or the Football League had to compete in the qualifying rounds to win a place in the first round proper. The final (fourth) qualifying round began on the weekend of 24 October.[2]

First Round Proper

The First Round draw took place on 26 October at 7pm at the club house of the FA Charter Standard Community Club Thackley Juniors F.C. based in Thackley in West Yorkshire, and was broadcast live on BBC Two and BBC Radio 5 Live.[18] The First Round Proper were played on the weekend of 7 November.[2] 32 teams from the qualifying competition joined the 48 teams from League One and League Two to compete in this round. The round included two teams from Level 8 still in the competition, Northwich Victoria and Didcot Town, which were the lowest-ranked teams in this round; Northwich Victoria advanced to become the lowest-ranked team in the second round.

Second Round Proper

The second round draw took place on 9 November at Civil Service, based in Chiswick, London, and was broadcast live on BBC Two.

The lowest-ranked side in this round was Northwich Victoria, who competed at level 8 of English football.

Third Round Proper

A total of 64 teams play in this round: 44 teams from Premier League and Football League Championship which entered in this round, and the 20 winners of the previous round. The draw was held on 7 December 2015.[19]

The lowest-ranked team in this round was Eastleigh from the National League (tier 5), the only non-league side remaining in the competition.

Fourth Round Proper

Gigg Lane panorama 2016-01-30 (24633756561)
Gigg Lane hosting the fourth round tie between Bury and Hull City.
Boleyn Ground at Night
Boleyn Ground hosting the reply match between Liverpool and West Ham United.

The draw for the fourth round proper was held on 11 January 2016.[23]

The fourth round proper was played across the weekend of 30 January 2016.[2]

The three lowest ranked teams in this round, Oxford United, Portsmouth and Carlisle United, who competed in League Two (tier 4).

Fifth Round Proper

The draw for the Fifth Round Proper was held on 31 January 2016.[24]

The fifth round proper was played across the weekend of 20 February 2016.[2]

The lowest ranked club in this round was Shrewsbury Town, who competed in League One (tier 3).

Sixth Round Proper

The draw for the Sixth Round Proper was held on 21 February 2016.[25]

The sixth round proper was played across the weekend of 12 March 2016.[2]

The lowest ranked club remaining in this round was Reading, who competed in the League Championship (tier 2).

This also marked the final year where sixth round would go into replay incase if teams where tied.

Semi-finals

The draw for the semi-finals was held on 14 March 2016.[26]

The semi-finals were played on 23 and 24 April 2016.[2]

Everton (1)1–2Manchester United (1)
Smalling Goal 75' (o.g.) Report Fellaini Goal 34'
Martial Goal 90+3'
Crystal Palace (1)2–1Watford (1)
Bolasie Goal 6'
Wickham Goal 61'
Report Deeney Goal 55'

Final

The final took place on 21 May 2016 at Wembley Stadium.[2]

Crystal Palace (1)1–2 (a.e.t.)Manchester United (1)
Puncheon Goal 78' Report Mata Goal 81'
Lingard Goal 110'

Top goalscorers

Rank Player Club Goals[27]
1 Czech Republic Matěj Vydra Reading 6
2 Zimbabwe Macauley Bonne Colchester United 4
Nigeria Kelechi Iheanacho Manchester City
England Ben Marshall Blackburn Rovers
England Conor Washington Peterborough United

Broadcasting rights

The domestic broadcasting rights for the competition were held by the BBC and subscription channel BT Sport. The BBC held the rights since 2014–15, while BT Sport since 2013–14. The FA Cup Final was required to be broadcast live on UK terrestrial television under the Ofcom code of protected sporting events.[28]

The following matches were broadcast live on UK television:

Round BT Sport BBC
First Round Proper[29][30] Didcot Town v Exeter City
F.C. United of Manchester v Chesterfield
Bradford City v Aldershot Town (Replay)
Maidenhead United v Port Vale (Replay)
Salford City v Notts County
Second Round Proper[31][32] Rochdale v Bury
Grimsby Town v Shrewsbury Town
Hartlepool United v Salford City (Replay)
Whitehawk v Dagenham & Redbridge (Replay)
Salford City v Hartlepool United
Third Round Proper[33][34] Wycombe Wanderers v Aston Villa
Manchester United v Sheffield United
Chelsea v Scunthorpe United
Bristol City v West Bromwich Albion (Replay)
Liverpool v Exeter City (Replay)
Exeter City v Liverpool
Oxford United v Swansea City (BBC Wales)
Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City
Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur (Replay)
Fourth Round Proper[35][36] Colchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
Liverpool v West Ham United
Carlisle United v Everton
West Ham United v Liverpool (Replay)
Derby County v Manchester United
Milton Keynes Dons v Chelsea
Peterborough United v West Bromwich Albion (Replay)
Fifth Round Proper[37][38] Arsenal v Hull City
Blackburn Rovers v West Ham United
Shrewsbury Town v Manchester United
Hull City v Arsenal (Replay)
AFC Bournemouth v Everton
Chelsea v Manchester City
Sixth Round Proper[39][40] Arsenal v Watford
Manchester United v West Ham United
Reading v Crystal Palace
Everton v Chelsea
West Ham United v Manchester United (Replay)
Semi-Finals[41] Crystal Palace v Watford Everton v Manchester United
Final Crystal Palace v Manchester United

Welsh language channel S4C broadcast the third round match between Cardiff City and Shrewsbury Town,[42] and also broadcast the rescheduled third round match between Newport County and Blackburn Rovers.

Notes

  1. ^ The match on 9 January 2016 between Newport County and Blackburn Rovers was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.[21] The match was later rearranged for 18 January 2016.[22]

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2015–16 FA Cup qualifying rounds

The 2015–16 FA Cup qualifying rounds opened the 135th season of competition in England for The Football Association Challenge Cup (FA Cup), the world's oldest association football single knockout competition. A total of 736 clubs were accepted for the competition, the same as the previous season.The large number of clubs entering the tournament from lower down (Levels 5 to 10) in the English football pyramid meant that the competition started with six rounds of preliminary (2) and qualifying (4) knockouts for these non-League teams. The 32 winning teams from the Fourth Qualifying Round progressed to the First Round Proper, where League teams tiered at Levels 3 and 4 entered the competition.

2015–16 Under-21 Premier League Cup

The 2015–16 Under-21 Premier League Cup (known as the Barclays Under-21 Premier League Cup for sponsorship reasons) is the third edition of the U21 Premier League Cup. The competition was won by West Ham United who defeated Hull City 5–3 in a penalty shoot-out after the two-leg final had finished 1–1 on aggregate.

2016 FA Community Shield

The 2016 FA Community Shield (also known as The FA Community Shield supported by McDonald's for sponsorship reasons) was the 94th FA Community Shield, an annual English football match played between the winners of the previous season's Premier League and FA Cup. The match was contested by 2015–16 FA Cup winners Manchester United, and Leicester City, champions of the 2015–16 Premier League. It was held at Wembley Stadium a week before the Premier League season kicked off. Manchester United won the match 2–1 with goals from Jesse Lingard and Zlatan Ibrahimović, either side of a goal from Leicester striker Jamie Vardy.

2016 FA Cup Final

The 2016 FA Cup Final was the 135th final of the FA Cup, the world's oldest football cup competition. The match was contested between Crystal Palace and Manchester United in a repeat of the 1990 FA Cup Final. It was refereed by Mark Clattenburg, from Consett, County Durham.The winners Manchester United qualified for the 2016 FA Community Shield and the group stage of the 2016–17 UEFA Europa League. Since Manchester United had also qualified for the Europa League group stage based on their league position, Southampton entered the group stage (taking the league spot from Manchester United instead of their original spot in the third qualifying round), while Southampton's spot in the third qualifying round was given to West Ham United as the highest placed Premier League team not already qualified for European competitions.This was the most recent FA Cup triumph for United. It was also manager Louis van Gaal's only trophy for United, and ultimately the last of his football career.

The match was broadcast live in the United Kingdom by both BBC and BT Sport. BBC provided the free-to-air coverage and BT Sport 1 was the pay-TV alternative.

Alex Iwobi

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Bechem United F.C.

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Girls Football Academy

Girls Football Academy, or simply GFA, was a Lebanese women's association football club based in Beirut. Founded in 2011 as the first exclusively female football academy in the Middle East, GFA were runners up three times in a row in the legue, between 2012 and 2014, as well as in the 2015–16 FA Cup. They withdrew their team in 2017, prior to the 2017–18 season.

Joe Riley (footballer, born 1996)

Joe Riley (born 6 December 1996) is an English professional footballer who plays as a full-back or midfielder for Bradford City.

List of Watford F.C. managers

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Three managers, Len Goulden, Neil McBain and Malky Mackay, have taken charge of the club on two separate occasions, while Graham Taylor had three stints as manager of the club. The statistics in the following table account for the league games of each manager.

Correct as of 4 April 2019

Prestwich Heys A.F.C.

Prestwich Heys A.F.C. is a semi-professional football club based in Prestwich, Greater Manchester, England.

Heys run two senior sides with the first team competing in the North West Counties League Division One North and the reserves team competing in the Manchester Football League Division Two (reserves division). Heys are a Chartered Standard senior club.

Ryhope Colliery Welfare F.C.

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Shabab Al-Khalil SC

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Tooting

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7 November 2015 Burton Albion (3)0–3Peterborough United (3)Burton-upon-Trent
15:00 Report Washington Goal 41'71'
J Anderson Goal 84'
Stadium: Pirelli Stadium
Attendance: 2,517
Referee: David Webb
8 November 2015 Port Vale (3)1–1Maidenhead United (6)Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent
15:00 Moore Goal 31' Report Mulley Goal 90+4' Stadium: Vale Park
Attendance: 3,977
Referee: Adrian Holmes
19 November 2015 ReplayMaidenhead United (6)1–3Port Vale (3)Maidenhead
19:45 Massey Goal 15' Report O'Connor Goal 35'
Leitch-Smith Goal 49'57'
Stadium: York Road
Attendance: 2,212
Referee: Dean Whitestone
7 November 2015 Barnet (4)2–0Blackpool (3)Canons Park
15:00 Champion Goal 36'
Gash Goal 41'
Report Stadium: The Hive Stadium
Attendance: 1,869
Referee: Kevin Johnson
8 November 2015 Bristol Rovers (4)0–1Chesham United (7)Bristol
14:00 Report Blake Goal 77' Stadium: Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 5,181
Referee: Andy Davies
7 November 2015 Cambridge United (4)1–0Basingstoke Town (6)Cambridge
15:00 Hughes Goal 19' Report Stadium: Abbey Stadium
Attendance: 2,974
Referee: John Brooks
7 November 2015 Mansfield Town (4)0–0Oldham Athletic (3)Mansfield
15:00 Report Stadium: Field Mill
Attendance: 2,886
Referee: Tony Harrington
17 November 2015 ReplayOldham Athletic (3)2–0Mansfield Town (4)Oldham
19:45 Philliskirk Goal 70'
Poleon Goal 78'
Report Stadium: Boundary Park
Attendance: 1,893
Referee: Lee Collins
7 November 2015 Altrincham (5)1–0Barnsley (3)Altrincham
15:00 Reeves Goal 46' Report Stadium: Moss Lane
Attendance: 2,571
Referee: Andy Haines
7 November 2015 Crewe Alexandra (3)0–1Eastleigh (5)Crewe
15:00 Report Strevens Goal 75' (pen.) Stadium: Gresty Road
Attendance: 3,008
Referee: Carl Boyeson
7 November 2015 Northwich Victoria (8)1–1Boreham Wood (5)Northwich
15:00 Williams Goal 12' Report Morias Goal 23' Stadium: Wincham Park
Attendance: 502
Referee: Wayne Barratt
16 November 2015 ReplayBoreham Wood (5)1–2Northwich Victoria (8)Borehamwood
19:45 MacDonald Goal 90' Report Williams Goal 28'
Astles Goal 52'
Stadium: Meadow Park
Attendance: 512
Referee: Andy Woolmer
7 November 2015 Coventry City (3)1–2Northampton Town (4)Coventry
15:00 Murphy Goal 10' Report Diamond Goal 5'
Richards Goal 18'
Stadium: Ricoh Arena
Attendance: 9,124
Referee: Darren Handley
8 November 2015 Brackley Town (6)2–2Newport County (4)Brackley
14:00 Graham Goal 59'
McDonald Goal 90'
Report John-Lewis Goal 15' (pen.)
Bennett Goal 41'
Stadium: St. James Park
Attendance: 1,708
Referee: Mark Haywood
17 November 2015 ReplayNewport County (4)4–1Brackley Town (6)Newport
19:45 John-Lewis Goal 1'
Klukowski Goal 17'
Rodman Goal 63'
Hawtin Goal 71' (o.g.)
Report Hawtin Goal 39' Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 1,511
Referee: Stuart Attwell
7 November 2015 Grimsby Town (5)5–1St Albans City (6)Cleethorpes
15:00 Townsend Goal 30'
Amond Goal 45'90'
Pittman Goal 71'
Marshall Goal 84'
Report Theophanous Goal 62' Stadium: Blundell Park
Attendance: 2,263
Referee: Ryan Johnson
7 November 2015 Hartlepool United (4)1–0Cheltenham Town (5)Hartlepool
15:00 Oyenuga Goal 45' Report Stadium: Victoria Park
Attendance: 2,287
Referee: James Adcock
6 November 2015 Salford City (7)2–0Notts County (4)Salford
19:55 Webber Goal 46'
Allen Goal 73'
Report Stadium: Moor Lane
Attendance: 1,400
Referee: Andrew Madley
7 November 2015 Dover Athletic (5)1–2Stourbridge (7)River
15:00 Thomas Goal 33' Report Lait Goal 8'
Hawley Goal 69' (pen.)
Stadium: Crabble Athletic Ground
Attendance: 1,392
Referee: Richard Martin
7 November 2015 Stevenage (4)3–0Gillingham (3)Stevenage
15:00 Schumacher Goal 13'
Whelpdale Goal 29'
Gnanduillet Goal 90'
Report Stadium: Broadhall Way
Attendance: 1,619
Referee: Trevor Kettle
7 November 2015 Millwall (3)3–1AFC Fylde (6)London
15:00 O´Brien Goal 54'
Gregory Goal 60'
Morison Goal 88'
Report Whittle Goal 62' Stadium: The Den
Attendance: 3,445
Referee: Steve Martin
8 November 2015 Aldershot Town (5)0–0Bradford City (3)Aldershot
14:00 Report Stadium: Recreation Ground
Attendance: 2,640
Referee: Ben Toner
18 November 2015 ReplayBradford City (3)2–0Aldershot Town (5)Bradford
19:45 Leigh Goal 61'
McMahon Goal 76' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Valley Parade
Attendance: 2,930
Referee: Keith Hill
7 November 2015 Walsall (3)2–0Fleetwood Town (3)Walsall
15:00 Evans Goal 19'
Forde Goal 90+2'
Report Stadium: Bescot Stadium
Attendance: 2,532
Referee: Ross Joyce
7 November 2015 Bury (3)4–0Wigan Athletic (3)Bury
15:00 Pope Goal 19'
Mayor Goal 34'
Cameron Goal 45+2'
Clarke Goal 65'
Report Stadium: Gigg Lane
Attendance: 3,856
Referee: David Coote
7 November 2015 Portsmouth (4)2–1Macclesfield Town (5)Portsmouth
15:00 McGurk Goal 3'45' Report Dennis Goal 15' Stadium: Fratton Park
Attendance: 9,834
Referee: Lee Swabey
7 November 2015 Sheffield United (3)3–0Worcester City (6)Sheffield
15:00 Baxter Goal 19' (pen.)
Sammon Goal 81'
Freeman Goal 90'
Report Stadium: Bramall Lane
Attendance: 11,108
Referee: Simon Bennett
7 November 2015 Barwell (7)0–2Welling United (5)Barwell
15:00 Report Wellard Goal 34'
Oluwabunmi Bakare Goal 90'
Stadium: Kirkby Road
Attendance: 843
Referee: Steve Rushton
8 November 2015 F.C. Halifax Town (5)0–4Wycombe Wanderers (4)Halifax
14:00 Report Thompson Goal 17'
Jombati Goal 65'
Kretzschmar Goal 84'
Amadi-Holloway Goal 90'
Stadium: The Shay
Attendance: 1,789
Referee: Graham Salisbury
7 November 2015 Crawley Town (4)1–2Luton Town (4)Crawley
15:00 Harrold Goal 63' Report McQuoid Goal 54'89' Stadium: Broadfield Stadium
Attendance: 1,929
Referee: Nick Kinseley
7 November 2015 Doncaster Rovers (3)2–0Stalybridge Celtic (6)Doncaster
15:00 Williams Goal 3'68' Report Stadium: Keepmoat Stadium
Attendance: 3,991
Referee: Martin Coy
8 November 2015 Didcot Town (8)0–3Exeter City (4)Didcot
12:00 Report Morrison Goal 48'
Nichols Goal 73'
Nicholls Goal 78'
Stadium: Loop Meadow Stadium
Attendance: 2,707
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
7 November 2015 Dagenham & Redbridge (4)0–0Morecambe (4)Dagenham
15:00 Report Stadium: Victoria Road
Attendance: 900
Referee: Tim Robinson
17 November 2015 ReplayMorecambe (4)2–4Dagenham & Redbridge (4)Morecambe
19:45 Barkhuizen Goal 6'
Wildig Goal 7'
Report Vassell Goal 13' (pen.)50'
Dunne Goal 37'
Labadie Goal 70'
Stadium: Globe Arena
Attendance: 1,176
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
7 November 2015 Leyton Orient (4)6–1Staines Town (7)Leyton
15:00 Palmer Goal 8'13'
Cox Goal 12'33'
Marquis Goal 89'
Clohessy Goal 90+4'
Report Purse Goal 23' Stadium: Brisbane Road
Attendance: 2,287
Referee: Robert Jones
8 November 2015 Gainsborough Trinity (6)0–1Shrewsbury Town (3)Gainsborough
14:00 Report Collins Goal 71' Stadium: The Northolme
Attendance: 2,180
Referee: Darren Bond
8 November 2015 Maidstone United (6)0–1Yeovil Town (4)Maidstone
14:00 Report Fogden Goal 55' Stadium: Gallagher Stadium
Attendance: 2,811
Referee: Michael Bull
8 November 2015 Braintree Town (5)1–1Oxford United (4)Braintree
14:00 Davis Goal 63' Report Taylor Goal 15' Stadium: Cressing Road
Attendance: 1,248
Referee: Phil Gibbs
17 November 2015 ReplayOxford United (4)3–1Braintree Town (5)Oxford
19:45 Sercombe Goal 42'
Hoban Goal 64'80' (pen.)
Report David Goal 33' (pen.) Stadium: Kassam Stadium
Attendance: 3,265
Referee: Darren England
8 November 2015 Whitehawk (6)5–3Lincoln City (5)Whitehawk
15:00 Mills Goal 6'
Robinson Goal 27'
Deering Goal 58'90+6' (pen.)
Martin Goal 86'
Report Rhead Goal 45+5' (pen.)63'90+1' Stadium: The Enclosed Ground
Attendance: 1,342
Referee: Constantine Hatzidakis
7 November 2015 Accrington Stanley (4)3–2York City (4)Accrington
15:00 McConville Goal 29'
Crooks Goal 36'
Windass Goal 48' (pen.)
Report Oliver Goal 34'
Coulson Goal 90+2'
Stadium: Crown Ground
Attendance: 1,475
Referee: Fred Graham
7 November 2015 Scunthorpe United (3)2–1Southend United (3)Scunthorpe
15:00 Madden Goal 16'78' Report Leonard Goal 30' Stadium: Glanford Park
Attendance: 3,335
Referee: Peter Bankes
7 November 2015 AFC Wimbledon (4)1–2Forest Green Rovers (5)Kingston upon Thames
15:00 Kennedy Goal 24' Report Carter Goal 6'
Frear Goal 90+3'
Stadium: Kingsmeadow
Attendance: 2,465
Referee: Graham Horwood
7 November 2015 Plymouth Argyle (4)0–2Carlisle United (4)Plymouth
15:00 Report Sweeney Goal 23'
Hope Goal 41'
Stadium: Home Park
Attendance: 6,005
Referee: Charles Breakspear
9 November 2015 F.C. United of Manchester (6)1–4Chesterfield (3)Manchester
19:45 Ashworth Goal 90+1' Report Ariyibi Goal 7'
Novak Goal 12'
Simons Goal 68'
Banks Goal 87'
Stadium: Broadhurst Park
Attendance: 2,916
Referee: Oliver Langford
7 November 2015 Rochdale (3)3–1Swindon Town (3)Rochdale
15:00 Mendez-Laing Goal 24'46'69' (pen.) Report Ajose Goal 71' (pen.) Stadium: Spotland Stadium
Attendance: 2,060
Referee: Chris Sarginson
7 November 2015 Wealdstone (6)2–6Colchester United (3)Ruislip
15:00 Louis Goal 31' (pen.)
Hudson-Odoi Goal 38'
Report Bonne Goal 26'44'47'68'
Moncur Goal 82'
Sordell Goal 90'
Stadium: Vale Stadium
Attendance: 2,440
Referee: Brendan Malone
4 December 2015 Salford City (7)1–1Hartlepool United (4)Salford
19:55 GMT O'Halloran Goal 23' Report Oates Goal 8' (pen.) Stadium: Moor Lane
Attendance: 1,400
Referee: Gavin Ward
15 December 2015 ReplayHartlepool United (4)2–0 (a.e.t.)Salford City (7)Hartlepool
19:45 GMT Fenwick Goal 97'
Mandron Goal 120'
Report Stadium: Victoria Park
Attendance: 4,374
5 December 2015 Barnet (4)0–1Newport County (4)Canons Park, London
15:00 GMT Report Boden Goal 59' Stadium: The Hive Stadium
Attendance: 1,767
Referee: Dean Whitestone
5 December 2015 Portsmouth (4)1–0Accrington Stanley (4)Portsmouth
15:00 GMT McGurk Goal 21' Report Stadium: Fratton Park, Portsmouth
Attendance: 9,258
Referee: Kevin Johnson
5 December 2015 Stourbridge (7)0–2Eastleigh (5)Amblecote
15:00 GMT Report Constable Goal 59'
Payne Goal 77'
Stadium: War Memorial Ground
Attendance: 2,086
Referee: Ben Toner
5 December 2015 Northampton Town (4)3–2Northwich Victoria (8)Northampton
15:00 GMT Hoskins Goal 83'
Taylor Goal 85'
Calvert-Lewin Goal 87'
Report Ball Goal 44'
Bennett Goal 63'
Stadium: Sixfields Stadium
Attendance: 3,837
Referee: Paul Tierney
5 December 2015 Yeovil Town (4)1–0Stevenage (4)Yeovil
15:00 GMT Tozer Goal 86' Report Stadium: Huish Park
Attendance: 2,264
Referee: Chris Sarginson
5 December 2015 Leyton Orient (4)0–0Scunthorpe United (3)Leyton
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Brisbane Road
Attendance: 2,540
Referee: James Linington
15 December 2015 ReplayScunthorpe United (3)3–0Leyton Orient (4)Scunthorpe
19:45 GMT Mvoto Goal 55' (o.g.)
King Goal 60'
Adelakun Goal 90+4'
Report Stadium: Glanford Park
Attendance: 3,082
Referee: David Webb
5 December 2015 Millwall (3)1–2Wycombe Wanderers (4)London
15:00 GMT Thompson Goal 57' Report Hayes Goal 50'
Harriman Goal 90+4'
Stadium: The Den
Attendance: 3,960
Referee: Fred Graham
5 December 2015 Chesterfield (3)1–1Walsall (3)Chesterfield
15:00 GMT Novak Goal 90+3' Report Demetriou Goal 19' Stadium: Proact Stadium
Attendance: 4,126
Referee: Richard Clark
15 December 2015 ReplayWalsall (3)0–0 (a.e.t.)
(5–3 p)
Chesterfield (3)Walsall
19:45 GMT Report Stadium: Bescot Stadium
Attendance: 2,953
Referee: Charles Breakspear
Penalties
Sawyers Penalty scored
Demetriou Penalty scored
Evans Penalty scored
Lalkovič Penalty scored
Downing Penalty scored
O'Shea Penalty scored
Morsy Penalty missed
Novak Penalty scored
O'Neil Penalty scored
5 December 2015 Sheffield United (3)1–0Oldham Athletic (3)Sheffield
15:00 GMT Done Goal 47' Report Stadium: Bramall Lane
Attendance: 6,938
Referee: Eddie Ilderton
6 December 2015 Rochdale (3)0–1Bury (3)Rochdale
12:00 GMT Report Rose Goal 8' Stadium: Spotland Stadium
Attendance: 4,887
Referee: Darren Drysdale
6 December 2015 Bradford City (3)4–0Chesham United (7)Bradford
14:00 GMT Reid Goal 22'
Hanson Goal 43'
Liddle Goal 90+1'
Cole Goal 90+2'
Report Stadium: Valley Parade
Attendance: 6,047
Referee: Scott Duncan
6 December 2015 Peterborough United (3)2–0Luton Town (4)Peterborough
14:00 GMT Washington Goal 35'
Maddison Goal 82'
Report Stadium: London Road Stadium
Attendance: 8,329
Referee: Nigel Miller
6 December 2015 Exeter City (4)2–0Port Vale (3)Exeter
14:00 GMT Tillson Goal 19'
Watkins Goal 89'
Report Stadium: St James Park
Attendance: 3,565
Referee: Trevor Kettle
6 December 2015 Cambridge United (4)1–3Doncaster Rovers (3)Cambridge
14:00 GMT Berry Goal 23' Report Grant Goal 46'57'
Lund Goal 56'
Stadium: Abbey Stadium
Attendance: 3,951
Referee: Mark Brown
6 December 2015 Welling United (5)0–5Carlisle United (4)Welling
14:00 GMT Report Wyke Goal 18'71'90'
Sweeney Goal 45'
Grainger Goal 67' (pen.)
Stadium: Park View Road
Attendance: 2,028
Referee: Simon Hooper
6 December 2015 Colchester United (3)3–2Altrincham (5)Colchester
14:00 GMT Harriott Goal 14'90+4'
Lapslie Goal 53'
Report Moult Goal 3'
Rankine Goal 46'
Stadium: Colchester Community Stadium
Attendance: 2,592
Referee: Andy Davies
6 December 2015 Dagenham & Redbridge (4)1–1Whitehawk (6)Dagenham
14:00 GMT Cureton Goal 5' Report Rose Goal 90+5' Stadium: Victoria Road
Attendance: 1,983
Referee: Lee Swabey
16 December 2015 ReplayWhitehawk (6)2–3 (a.e.t.)Dagenham & Redbridge (4)Whitehawk
19:45 GMT Mills Goal 32'
Gotta Goal 90+3'
Report Vassell Goal 44'
Passley Goal 77'
Obileye Goal 100'
Stadium: The Enclosed Ground
Attendance: 2,174
Referee: Keith Stroud
6 December 2015 Oxford United (4)1–0Forest Green Rovers (5)Oxford
14:00 GMT Roofe Goal 76' Report Stadium: Kassam Stadium
Attendance: 4,618
Referee: Robert Lewis
7 December 2015 Grimsby Town (5)0–0Shrewsbury Town (3)Cleethorpes
19:45 GMT Report Stadium: Blundell Park
Attendance: 3,366
Referee: Seb Stockbridge
15 December 2015 ReplayShrewsbury Town (3)1–0Grimsby Town (5)Shrewsbury
19:45 GMT Ogogo Goal 90+2' Report Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 2,730
Referee: Dean Whitestone
8 January 2016 Exeter City (4)2–2Liverpool (1)Exeter
19:55 GMT Nichols Goal 9'
Holmes Goal 45'
Report Sinclair Goal 12'
Smith Goal 73'
Stadium: St James Park
Attendance: 8,298
Referee: Stuart Attwell
20 January 2016 ReplayLiverpool (1)3–0Exeter City (4)Liverpool
20:00 GMT Allen Goal 10'
Ojo Goal 74'
Teixeira Goal 82'
Report Stadium: Anfield
Attendance: 43,292
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
9 January 2016 Wycombe Wanderers (4)1–1Aston Villa (1)High Wycombe
12:45 GMT Jacobson Goal 50' (pen.) Report Richards Goal 22' Stadium: Adams Park
Attendance: 9,298
Referee: Michael Oliver
19 January 2016 ReplayAston Villa (1)2–0Wycombe Wanderers (4)Birmingham
19:45 GMT Clark Goal 75'
Gueye Goal 90'
Report Stadium: Villa Park
Attendance: 20,706
Referee: Craig Pawson
9 January 2016 Watford (1)1–0Newcastle United (1)Watford
15:00 GMT Deeney Goal 44' Report Stadium: Vicarage Road
Attendance: 18,259
Referee: Roger East
9 January 2016 West Bromwich Albion (1)2–2Bristol City (2)West Bromwich
15:00 GMT Berahino Goal 67'
Morrison Goal 90'
Report Kodjia Goal 74'
Agard Goal 83'
Stadium: The Hawthorns
Attendance: 24,917
Referee: Graham Scott
19 January 2016 ReplayBristol City (2)0–1West Bromwich Albion (1)Bristol
19:45 GMT Report Rondón Goal 52' Stadium: Ashton Gate Stadium
Attendance: 15,185
Referee: Jonathan Moss
9 January 2016 West Ham United (1)1–0Wolverhampton Wanderers (2)London
15:00 GMT Jelavić Goal 85' Report Stadium: Boleyn Ground
Attendance: 34,547
Referee: Anthony Taylor
9 January 2016 Hartlepool United (4)1–2Derby County (2)Hartlepool
15:00 GMT Gray Goal 61' Report Butterfield Goal 67'
Bent Goal 85'
Stadium: Victoria Park
Attendance: 4,860
Referee: Darren Bond
9 January 2016 Colchester United (3)2–1Charlton Athletic (2)Colchester
15:00 GMT Moncur Goal 28'
Sordell Goal 41'
Report Ghoochannejhad Goal 90' Stadium: Colchester Community Stadium
Attendance: 5,742
Referee: Christopher Kavanagh
9 January 2016 Peterborough United (3)2–0Preston North End (2)Peterborough
15:00 GMT Samuelsen Goal 7'
Washington Goal 52'
Report Stadium: London Road Stadium
Attendance: 7,665
Referee: Tony Harrington
9 January 2016 Northampton Town (4)2–2Milton Keynes Dons (2)Northampton
15:00 GMT Holmes Goal 49'58' Report Cresswell Goal 13' (o.g.)
Maynard Goal 82'
Stadium: Sixfields Stadium
Attendance: 5,878
Referee: Darren Drysdale
19 January 2016 ReplayMilton Keynes Dons (2)3–0Northampton Town (4)Milton Keynes
19:45 GMT Reeves Goal 53' (pen.)
Murphy Goal 61'
Church Goal 89' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Stadium mk
Attendance: 15,133
Referee: Tony Harrington
9 January 2016 Arsenal (1)3–1Sunderland (1)London
15:00 GMT Campbell Goal 25'
Ramsey Goal 72'
Giroud Goal 75'
Report Lens Goal 17' Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 59,349
Referee: Martin Atkinson
9 January 2016 Ipswich Town (2)2–2Portsmouth (4)Ipswich
15:00 GMT Oar Goal 53'
Fraser Goal 88'
Report Bennett Goal 55'
Chaplin Goal 86'
Stadium: Portman Road
Attendance: 17,020
Referee: David Coote
19 January 2016 ReplayPortsmouth (4)2–1Ipswich Town (2)Portsmouth
19:45 GMT Roberts Goal 32' (pen.)
McNulty Goal 37'
Report Maitland-Niles Goal 60' Stadium: Fratton Park
Attendance: 15,179
Referee: Andy Woolmer
9 January 2016 Birmingham City (2)1–2AFC Bournemouth (1)Birmingham
15:00 GMT Morrison Goal 40' Report Tomlin Goal 44' (pen.)
Murray Goal 85'
Stadium: St. Andrew's
Attendance: 13,140
Referee: Mike Jones
9 January 2016 Sheffield Wednesday (2)2–1Fulham (2)Sheffield
15:00 GMT Bannan Goal 42'
Nuhiu Goal 73'
Report Dembélé Goal 43' Stadium: Hillsborough Stadium
Attendance: 15,244
Referee: Gavin Ward
9 January 2016 Brentford (2)0–1Walsall (3)London
15:00 GMT Report Mantom Goal 34' Stadium: Griffin Park
Attendance: 7,950
Referee: Andy Davies
9 January 2016 Bury (3)0–0Bradford City (3)Bury
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Gigg Lane
Attendance: 6,962
Referee: Rob Lewis
19 January 2016 ReplayBradford City (3)0–0 (a.e.t.)
(2–4 p)
Bury (3)Bradford
19:45 GMT Report Stadium: Valley Parade
Attendance: 6,227
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
Penalties
McMahon Penalty scored
Davies Penalty missed
Evans Penalty scored
Cole Penalty missed
Penalty scored Tutte
Penalty scored Lowe
Penalty scored Clarke
Penalty scored Mellis
9 January 2016 Everton (1)2–0Dagenham & Redbridge (4)Liverpool
15:00 GMT Koné Goal 32'
Mirallas Goal 85' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Goodison Park
Attendance: 30,918
Referee: Paul Tierney
9 January 2016 Southampton (1)1–2Crystal Palace (1)Southampton
15:00 GMT Romeu Goal 51' Report Ward Goal 29'
Zaha Goal 68'
Stadium: St Mary's Stadium
Attendance: 30,763
Referee: Lee Mason
9 January 2016 Eastleigh (5)1–1Bolton Wanderers (2)Eastleigh
15:00 GMT Dervite Goal 51' (o.g.) Report Pratley Goal 87' Stadium: Ten Acres
Attendance: 5,250
Referee: Iain Williamson
19 January 2016 ReplayBolton Wanderers (2)3–2Eastleigh (5)Bolton
20:00 GMT Madine Goal 39'
Moxey Goal 43'
Pratley Goal 58'
Report Partington Goal 11'
Mohamed Goal 45+2'
Stadium: Macron Stadium
Attendance: 8,287
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
9 January 2016 Nottingham Forest (2)1–0Queens Park Rangers (2)West Bridgford
15:00 GMT Ward Goal 24' Report Stadium: City Ground
Attendance: 14,197
Referee: Oliver Langford
9 January 2016 Doncaster Rovers (3)1–2Stoke City (1)Doncaster
15:00 GMT Tyson Goal 25' Report Crouch Goal 15'
Walters Goal 57'
Stadium: Keepmoat Stadium
Attendance: 13,299
Referee: Keith Stroud
9 January 2016 Leeds United (2)2–0Rotherham United (2)Leeds
15:00 GMT Carayol Goal 45'
Doukara Goal 90'
Report Stadium: Elland Road
Attendance: 16,039
Referee: Andy Woolmer
9 January 2016 Huddersfield Town (2)2–2Reading (2)Huddersfield
15:00 GMT Paterson Goal 57'
Wells Goal 90+2' (pen.)
Report Vydra Goal 71'
Robson-Kanu Goal 87'
Stadium: John Smith's Stadium
Attendance: 9,236
Referee: Jeremy Simpson
19 January 2016 ReplayReading (2)5–2Huddersfield Town (2)Reading
20:00 GMT Piazon Goal 29'
Vydra Goal 57'61'90'
Fernández Goal 90+3'
Report Paterson Goal 8'
Smith Goal 15'
Stadium: Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 8,119
Referee: Oliver Langford
9 January 2016 Middlesbrough (2)1–2Burnley (2)Middlesbrough
15:00 GMT Fabbrini Goal 36' Report Hennings Goal 45'
Ward Goal 71'
Stadium: Riverside Stadium
Attendance: 18,286
Referee: Simon Hooper
9 January 2016 Norwich City (1)0–3Manchester City (1)Norwich
15:00 GMT Report Agüero Goal 16'
Iheanacho Goal 31'
De Bruyne Goal 78'
Stadium: Carrow Road
Attendance: 24,507
Referee: Mike Dean
9 January 2016 Hull City (2)1–0Brighton & Hove Albion (2)Kingston upon Hull
15:00 GMT Snodgrass Goal 41' (pen.) Report Stadium: KC Stadium
Attendance: 10,706
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
9 January 2016 Manchester United (1)1–0Sheffield United (3)Manchester
17:30 GMT Rooney Goal 90+3' (pen.) Report Stadium: Old Trafford
Attendance: 74,284
Referee: Jonathan Moss
10 January 2016 Oxford United (4)3–2Swansea City (1)Oxford
12:00 GMT Sercombe Goal 45' (pen.)
Roofe Goal 49'59'
Report Montero Goal 23'
Gomis Goal 66'
Stadium: Kassam Stadium
Attendance: 11,673
Referee: Kevin Friend
10 January 2016 Carlisle United (4)2–2Yeovil Town (4)Blackpool
14:00 GMT Grainger Goal 25'
Ellis Goal 76'
Report Zoko Goal 71'
Jeffers Goal 90+3'
Stadium: Bloomfield Road[20]
Attendance: 3,357
Referee: Andrew Madley
19 January 2016 ReplayYeovil Town (4)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(4–5 p)
Carlisle United (4)Yeovil
19:45 GMT Compton Goal 31' Report Sweeney Goal 77' Stadium: Huish Park
Attendance: 4,114
Referee: Tim Robinson
Penalties
Dickson Penalty scored
Jeffers Penalty scored
Tozer Penalty scored
Dawson Penalty scored
Dolan Penalty missed
Penalty scored Kennedy
Penalty scored Sweeney
Penalty scored Wyke
Penalty scored Ibehre
Penalty scored Ellis
10 January 2016 Chelsea (1)2–0Scunthorpe United (3)London
14:00 GMT Costa Goal 13'
Loftus-Cheek Goal 68'
Report Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 41,625
Referee: Craig Pawson
10 January 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (1)2–2Leicester City (1)London
16:00 GMT Eriksen Goal 8'
Kane Goal 89' (pen.)
Report Wasilewski Goal 19'
Okazaki Goal 48'
Stadium: White Hart Lane
Attendance: 35,805
Referee: Robert Madley
20 January 2016 ReplayLeicester City (1)0–2Tottenham Hotspur (1)Leicester
19:45 GMT Report Son Goal 39'
Chadli Goal 66'
Stadium: King Power Stadium
Attendance: 30,006
Referee: Anthony Taylor
10 January 2016 Cardiff City (2)0–1Shrewsbury Town (3)Cardiff
18:00 GMT Report Mangan Goal 62' Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium
Attendance: 4,782
Referee: Peter Bankes
18 January 2016[note 1] Newport County (4)1–2Blackburn Rovers (2)Newport
19:15 GMT Byrne Goal 30' Report Marshall Goal 8' (pen.)
Rhodes Goal 75'
Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,083
Referee: Charles Breakspear
29 January 2016 Derby County (2)1–3Manchester United (1)Derby
19:55 GMT Thorne Goal 37' Report Rooney Goal 16'
Blind Goal 65'
Mata Goal 83'
Stadium: Pride Park Stadium
Attendance: 31,134
Referee: Anthony Taylor
30 January 2016 Colchester United (3)1–4Tottenham Hotspur (1)Colchester
12:45 GMT Davies Goal 80' (o.g.) Report Chadli Goal 27'78'
Dier Goal 64'
Carroll Goal 82'
Stadium: Colchester Community Stadium
Attendance: 9,920
Referee: Michael Oliver
30 January 2016 West Bromwich Albion (1)2–2Peterborough United (3)West Bromwich
15:00 GMT Berahino Goal 14'84' Report Coulthirst Goal 79'
Taylor Goal 86'
Stadium: The Hawthorns
Attendance: 22,517
Referee: Kevin Friend
10 February 2016 ReplayPeterborough United (3)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–4 p)
West Bromwich Albion (1)Peterborough
19:45 GMT Taylor Goal 55' Report Fletcher Goal 71' Stadium: London Road Stadium
Attendance: 10,632
Referee: Mike Jones
Penalties
Bostwick Penalty scored
Maddison Penalty scored
Samuelsen Penalty missed
Fox Penalty scored
Angol Penalty missed
Penalty scored Pocognoli
Penalty scored Berahino
Penalty scored Gardner
Penalty missed Fletcher
Penalty scored Chester
30 January 2016 Bolton Wanderers (2)1–2Leeds United (2)Bolton
15:00 GMT Pratley Goal 80' Report Doukara Goal 8'
Diagouraga Goal 39'
Stadium: Macron Stadium
Attendance: 17,336
Referee: Andre Marriner
30 January 2016 Arsenal (1)2–1Burnley (2)London
15:00 GMT Chambers Goal 19'
Sánchez Goal 53'
Report Vokes Goal 30' Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 59,932
Referee: Roger East
30 January 2016 Reading (2)4–0Walsall (3)Reading
15:00 GMT Robson-Kanu Goal 37'
Vydra Goal 40'89'
Williams Goal 75'
Report Stadium: Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 13,367
Referee: Peter Bankes
30 January 2016 Aston Villa (1)0–4Manchester City (1)Birmingham
15:00 GMT Report Iheanacho Goal 4'24' (pen.)74'
Sterling Goal 76'
Stadium: Villa Park
Attendance: 23,636
Referee: Mike Jones
30 January 2016 Shrewsbury Town (3)3–2Sheffield Wednesday (2)Shrewsbury
15:00 GMT Akpa Akpro Goal 56'
Whalley Goal 87'
Grimmer Goal 90+7'
Report McGugan Goal 19'76' Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 5,699
Referee: Paul Tierney
30 January 2016 Nottingham Forest (2)0–1Watford (1)West Bridgford
15:00 GMT Report Ighalo Goal 89' Stadium: City Ground
Attendance: 24,703
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
30 January 2016 Crystal Palace (1)1–0Stoke City (1)London
15:00 GMT Zaha Goal 17' Report Stadium: Selhurst Park
Attendance: 17,062
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
30 January 2016 Oxford United (4)0–3Blackburn Rovers (2)Oxford
15:00 GMT Report Marshall Goal 36' (pen.)76'
Watt Goal 45+2'
Stadium: Kassam Stadium
Attendance: 11,647
Referee: Andy Davies
30 January 2016 Portsmouth (4)1–2AFC Bournemouth (1)Portsmouth
15:00 GMT Roberts Goal 43' Report King Goal 71'
Pugh Goal 83'
Stadium: Fratton Park
Attendance: 18,901
Referee: Mike Dean
30 January 2016 Bury (3)1–3Hull City (2)Bury
15:00 GMT Jones Goal 86' Report Akpom Goal 14'57' (pen.)69' Stadium: Gigg Lane
Attendance: 7,064
Referee: Darren Bond
30 January 2016 Liverpool (1)0–0West Ham United (1)Liverpool
17:30 GMT Report Stadium: Anfield
Attendance: 44,006
Referee: Martin Atkinson
9 February 2016 ReplayWest Ham United (1)2–1 (a.e.t.)Liverpool (1)London
19:45 GMT Antonio Goal 45'
Ogbonna Goal 120+1'
Report Coutinho Goal 48' Stadium: Boleyn Ground
Attendance: 34,433
Referee: Roger East
31 January 2016 Carlisle United (4)0–3Everton (1)Carlisle
13:30 GMT Report Koné Goal 2'
Lennon Goal 14'
Barkley Goal 65'
Stadium: Brunton Park
Attendance: 17,101
Referee: Lee Mason
31 January 2016 Milton Keynes Dons (2)1–5Chelsea (1)Milton Keynes
16:00 GMT Potter Goal 21' Report Oscar Goal 15'32'44'
Hazard Goal 55' (pen.)
Traoré Goal 62'
Stadium: Stadium mk
Attendance: 28,172
Referee: Jonathan Moss
20 February 2016 Arsenal (1)0–0Hull City (2)London
12:45 GMT Report Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 59,830
Referee: Mike Dean
8 March 2016 ReplayHull City (2)0–4Arsenal (1)Kingston upon Hull
19:00 GMT Report Giroud Goal 41'71'
Walcott Goal 77'89'
Stadium: KC Stadium
Attendance: 20,993
Referee: Mike Jones
20 February 2016 Reading (2)3–1West Bromwich Albion (1)Reading
15:00 GMT McShane Goal 59'
Hector Goal 72'
Piazon Goal 90+4'
Report Fletcher Goal 54' Stadium: Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 19,566
Referee: Anthony Taylor
20 February 2016 Watford (1)1–0Leeds United (2)Watford
15:00 GMT Wootton Goal 53' (o.g.) Report Stadium: Vicarage Road
Attendance: 18,336
Referee: Michael Oliver
20 February 2016 AFC Bournemouth (1)0–2Everton (1)Bournemouth
17:15 GMT Report Barkley Goal 55'
Lukaku Goal 76'
Stadium: Dean Court
Attendance: 11,404
Referee: Martin Atkinson
21 February 2016 Blackburn Rovers (2)1–5West Ham United (1)Blackburn
14:00 GMT Marshall Goal 20' Report Moses Goal 26'
Payet Goal 36'90+2'
Emenike Goal 64'85'
Stadium: Ewood Park
Attendance: 18,793
Referee: Jonathan Moss
21 February 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (1)0–1Crystal Palace (1)London
15:00 GMT Report Kelly Goal 45+1' Stadium: White Hart Lane
Attendance: 35,547
Referee: Craig Pawson
21 February 2016 Chelsea (1)5–1Manchester City (1)London
16:00 GMT Costa Goal 35'
Willian Goal 48'
Cahill Goal 53'
Hazard Goal 67'
Traoré Goal 89'
Report Faupala Goal 37' Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 41,594
Referee: Andre Marriner
22 February 2016 Shrewsbury Town (3)0–3Manchester United (1)Shrewsbury
19:45 GMT Report Smalling Goal 37'
Mata Goal 45'
Lingard Goal 61'
Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 9,370
Referee: Robert Madley
11 March 2016 Reading (2)0–2Crystal Palace (1)Reading
19:55 GMT Report Cabaye Goal 86' (pen.)
Campbell Goal 90+4'
Stadium: Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 23,110
Referee: Mike Dean
12 March 2016 Everton (1)2–0Chelsea (1)Liverpool
17:30 GMT Lukaku Goal 77'82' Report Stadium: Goodison Park
Attendance: 37,283
Referee: Michael Oliver
13 March 2016 Arsenal (1)1–2Watford (1)London
13:30 GMT Welbeck Goal 88' Report Ighalo Goal 50'
Guedioura Goal 63'
Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 58,436
Referee: Andre Marriner
13 March 2016 Manchester United (1)1–1West Ham United (1)Manchester
16:00 GMT Martial Goal 83' Report Payet Goal 68' Stadium: Old Trafford
Attendance: 74,298
Referee: Martin Atkinson
13 April 2016 ReplayWest Ham United (1)1–2Manchester United (1)London
19:00 BST Tomkins Goal 79' Report Rashford Goal 54'
Fellaini Goal 67'
Stadium: Boleyn Ground
Attendance: 33,505
Referee: Roger East
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