2017–18 FA Cup

The 2017–18 FA Cup (also known as the FA Challenge Cup) was the 137th 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. 737 clubs were accepted into the tournament. It began with the Extra Preliminary Round on 5 August 2017, and concluded with the final on 19 May 2018.[1] The winners qualified for the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League group stage.

The third round match between Brighton & Hove Albion and Crystal Palace on 8 January 2018 was the first competitive game in England where video assistant referee (VAR) technology was available, although it was not used.[2]

Kelechi Iheanacho of Leicester City became the first player to score a goal awarded by a video assistant referee (VAR) in competitive English football as Leicester beat Fleetwood Town 2–0 in the FA Cup third-round replay on 16 January 2018. Referee Jon Moss initially disallowed the goal for offside but he consulted with video official Mike Jones, who told him Nathan Pond's trailing foot was keeping Iheanacho onside. The goal was awarded 67 seconds after it hit the back of the net.

Craig Pawson became the first referee in English football to watch a video recording at the sideline in the fourth round tie between Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion on 27 January 2018. He awarded a penalty to Liverpool.

Premier League side Arsenal were the defending champions, but they were eliminated by Nottingham Forest in the third round on 7 January 2018.[3]

2017–18 FA Cup
Football Association Challenge Cup
CountryEngland
Wales
Dates5 August – 14 October 2017 (qualifying competition)
3 November 2017 – 19 May 2018 (main competition)
Teams737 (overall)
645 (qualifying competition)
124 (main competition)
Defending championsArsenal
ChampionsChelsea (8th title)
Runners-upManchester United
Matches played149
Goals scored432 (2.9 per match)
Attendance1,875,938 (12,590 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Will Grigg
(7 goals)

Calendar and prizes

Round Main date Leagues entering at this round New entries this round Winners from previous round Number of fixtures Prize money[4]
For the previous rounds look 2017–18 FA Cup qualifying rounds
First Round Proper 4 November 2017 EFL League One
EFL League Two
48 32 40 £18,000
Second Round Proper 3 December 2017 none none 40 20 £27,000
Third Round Proper 6 January 2018 Premier League
EFL Championship
44 20 32 £67,500
Fourth Round Proper 27 January 2018 none none 32 16 £90,000
Fifth Round Proper 17 February 2018 none none 16 8 £180,000
Quarter-
finals
17-18 March 2018 none none 8 4 £360,000
Semi-finals 21-22 April 2018 none none 4 2 £900,000
£450,000 (losers)
Final 19 May 2018 none none 2 1 £1,800,000
£900,000 (losers)

Qualifying rounds

All of the competing teams that are not members of either the Premier League or English Football League had to compete in the qualifying rounds to secure one of 32 available places in the First Round Proper. The qualifying competition began with the Extra Preliminary Round on 5 August 2017.[1] The final (fourth) qualifying round was played over the weekend of 14 October 2017.[1]

First Round Proper

The First Round draw took place on 16 October and was broadcast live on BBC Two and BT Sport.[5] All 40 First Round Proper ties were played on the weekend of 4 November. 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, Heybridge Swifts and Hyde United, who were the lowest-ranked teams still in the competition.[6]

Second Round Proper

The Second Round draw took place on 6 November and was broadcast live on BBC Two and BT Sport.[7] All 20 Second Round Proper ties were played on the weekend of 2 December. This round included three teams from Level 7 – Hereford, Slough Town, and Leatherhead – who were the lowest-ranked teams still in the competition.[8]

Third Round Proper

The Third Round draw took place on 4 December 2017 and was broadcast live on BBC Two and BT Sport[9] before the final second round tie between Slough Town and Rochdale. All 32 Third Round Proper ties took place on the weekend of 5–8 January 2018. A total of 64 clubs played in the third round; 20 winners of the second round, and 44 teams from Premier League and EFL Championship entering in this round.[10] For the first time in 67 years no non-league team (i.e. from Level 5 or below) made the Third Round Proper, with all 32 such teams that advanced through qualifying being knocked out in the first two rounds, the last 10 in the Second Round Proper.[11]

Fourth Round Proper

The draw for the Fourth Round Proper[12] took place on 8 January 2018 at 19:10 GMT and was broadcast live on BBC Two and BT Sport.[13] This round included four teams from Level 4 – Yeovil Town, Notts County, Coventry City, and Newport County – who were the lowest-ranked teams still in the competition.

Fifth Round Proper

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Chelsea hosting Hull City in an FA Cup fifth round match at Stamford Bridge.

The draw for the Fifth Round Proper took place on 29 January 2018 at 19:20 GMT and was broadcast live on BBC One.[14] This round included one team from Level 4 still in the competition, Coventry City, who were the lowest-ranked team in this round.

Quarter-finals

The draw for the quarter-finals took place on 17 February 2018 at 20:00 GMT and was broadcast live on BT Sport, the BBC Sport website and app, and BBC Radio 5 Live. This round included one team from Level 3 still in the competition, Wigan Athletic, who were the lowest-ranked team in this round.[15]

There are no replays in the FA Cup quarter-finals, following a rule change introduced for the previous tournament. If a match was level after 90 minutes, 30 minutes of extra time were played. If the score had still been level, the tie would have been decided by a penalty shoot-out.

Semi-finals

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United, 21 April 2018 (30)
The first of the 2017-18 FA Cup semi-finals, Manchester United vs Tottenham, at Wembley Stadium.

The draw for the semi-finals took place on 18 March 2018, after the conclusion of the quarter-final match between Leicester City and Chelsea. The draw was conducted by Gianfranco Zola and Petr Čech.[16] The semi-finals were played on Saturday 21 April and Sunday 22 April 2018 at Wembley Stadium.[17]

Manchester United (1)2–1Tottenham Hotspur (1)
Sánchez Goal 24'
Herrera Goal 62'
Report Alli Goal 11'
Chelsea (1)2–0Southampton (1)
Giroud Goal 46'
Morata Goal 82'
Report

Final

Chelsea1–0Manchester United
Hazard Goal 22' (pen.) Report
Manchester United vs Chelsea FA Cup Final 2018.jpeg
Chelsea vs Manchester United in the 2017-18 FA Cup Final.

Bracket

The following is the bracket which the FA Cup resembled. Numbers in parentheses next to the match score represent the results of a replay, except for the quarter-finals stage onwards. Numbers in parentheses next to the replay score represents the results of a penalty shoot-out except for the quarter-finals stage onwards.

 
Third Round Proper
5–8 January 2018
16–17 January 2018 (replays)
Fourth Round Proper
26–28 January 2018
6–7 February 2018 (replays)
Fifth Round Proper
16–19 February 2018
27–28 February 2018 (replays)
Quarter-finals
17–18 March 2018
Semi-finals
21–22 April 2018
Final
19 May 2018
 
                      
 
 
 
 
Aston Villa1
 
 
 
Peterborough United3
 
Peterborough United1
 
 
 
Leicester City5
 
Fleetwood Town0 (0)
 
 
 
Leicester City0 (2)
 
Leicester City1
 
 
 
Sheffield United0
 
Ipswich Town0
 
 
 
Sheffield United1
 
Sheffield United1
 
 
 
Preston North End0
 
Wycombe Wanderers1
 
 
 
Preston North End5
 
Leicester City1
 
 
 
Chelsea (a.e.t.)2
 
Norwich City0 (1) (3)
 
 
 
Chelsea (p)0 (1) (5)
 
Chelsea3
 
 
 
Newcastle United0
 
Newcastle United3
 
 
 
Luton Town1
 
Chelsea4
 
 
 
Hull City0
 
Blackburn Rovers0
 
 
 
Hull City1
 
Hull City2
 
 
 
Nottingham Forest1
 
Nottingham Forest4
 
 
 
Arsenal2
 
Chelsea2
 
 
 
Southampton0
 
Bournemouth2 (0)
 
 
 
Wigan Athletic2 (3)
 
Wigan Athletic2
 
 
 
West Ham United0
 
Shrewsbury Town0 (0)
 
 
 
West Ham United (a.e.t.)0 (1)
 
Wigan Athletic1
 
 
 
Manchester City0
 
Cardiff City0 (4)
 
 
 
Mansfield Town0 (1)
 
Cardiff City0
 
 
 
Manchester City2
 
Manchester City4
 
 
 
Burnley1
 
Wigan Athletic0
 
 
 
Southampton2
 
Liverpool2
 
 
 
Everton1
 
Liverpool2
 
 
 
West Bromwich Albion3
 
Exeter City0
 
 
 
West Bromwich Albion2
 
West Bromwich Albion1
 
 
 
Southampton2
 
Fulham0
 
 
 
Southampton1
 
Southampton1
 
 
 
Watford0
 
Watford3
 
 
 
Bristol City0
 
Chelsea1
 
 
 
Manchester United0
 
Bolton Wanderers1
 
 
 
Huddersfield Town2
 
Huddersfield Town (a.e.t.)1 (4)
 
 
 
Birmingham City1 (1)
 
Birmingham City1
 
 
 
Burton Albion0
 
Huddersfield Town0
 
 
 
Manchester United2
 
Yeovil Town2
 
 
 
Bradford City0
 
Yeovil Town0
 
 
 
Manchester United4
 
Manchester United2
 
 
 
Derby County0
 
Manchester United2
 
 
 
Brighton & Hove Albion0
 
Middlesbrough2
 
 
 
Sunderland0
 
Middlesbrough0
 
 
 
Brighton & Hove Albion1
 
Brighton & Hove Albion2
 
 
 
Crystal Palace1
 
Brighton & Hove Albion3
 
 
 
Coventry City1
 
Queens Park Rangers0
 
 
 
Milton Keynes Dons1
 
Milton Keynes Dons0
 
 
 
Coventry City1
 
Coventry City2
 
 
 
Stoke City1
 
Manchester United2
 
 
 
Tottenham Hotspur1
 
Carlisle United0 (0)
 
 
 
Sheffield Wednesday0 (2)
 
Sheffield Wednesday3
 
 
 
Reading1
 
Stevenage0 (0)
 
 
 
Reading0 (3)
 
Sheffield Wednesday0 (0)
 
 
 
Swansea City0 (2)
 
Brentford0
 
 
 
Notts County1
 
Notts County1 (1)
 
 
 
Swansea City1 (8)
 
Wolverhampton Wanderers0 (1)
 
 
 
Swansea City0 (2)
 
Swansea City0
 
 
 
Tottenham Hotspur3
 
Millwall4
 
 
 
Barnsley1
 
Millwall2 (0)
 
 
 
Rochdale2 (1)
 
Doncaster Rovers0
 
 
 
Rochdale1
 
Rochdale2 (1)
 
 
 
Tottenham Hotspur2 (6)
 
Newport County2
 
 
 
Leeds United1
 
Newport County1 (0)
 
 
 
Tottenham Hotspur1 (2)
 
Tottenham Hotspur3
 
 
AFC Wimbledon0
 

Top goalscorers

[18]

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Northern Ireland Will Grigg Wigan Athletic 7
2 England Ian Henderson Rochdale 6
3 Belgium Romelu Lukaku Manchester United 5
England Jack Marriott Peterborough United
England Jayden Stockley Exeter City

Television rights

The following matches were broadcast live on UK television:

Round BT Sport BBC S4C
First Round Proper Shaw Lane v Mansfield Town
Chorley v Fleetwood Town
Tranmere Rovers v Peterborough United (Replay)
Billericay Town v Leatherhead (Replay)
Hyde United v Milton Keynes Dons Newport County v Walsall
Second Round Proper Notts County v Oxford City
Slough Town v Rochdale
Hereford v Fleetwood Town (Replay)
A.F.C. Fylde v Wigan Athletic
Third Round Proper Norwich City v Chelsea
Nottingham Forest v Arsenal
Brighton & Hove Albion v Crystal Palace
Leicester City v Fleetwood Town (Replay)
Liverpool v Everton
Fleetwood Town v Leicester City
Newport County v Leeds United (BBC Wales)
Shrewsbury Town v West Ham United
Chelsea v Norwich City (Replay)
Fourth Round Proper Peterborough United v Leicester City
Newport County v Tottenham Hotspur
Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion
Chelsea v Newcastle United
Tottenham Hotspur v Newport County (Replay)
Yeovil Town v Manchester United
Cardiff City v Manchester City
Swansea City v Notts County (Replay)
Fifth Round Proper Chelsea v Hull City
Sheffield Wednesday v Swansea City
Huddersfield Town v Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur v Rochdale (Replay)
Rochdale v Tottenham Hotspur
Wigan Athletic v Manchester City
Swansea City v Sheffield Wednesday (Replay)
Quarter-finals Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester United v Brighton & Hove Albion
Wigan Athletic v Southampton
Leicester City v Chelsea
Semi-finals Chelsea v Southampton Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
Final Chelsea v Manchester United

References

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  3. ^ "Arsenal out of FA Cup after stunning Lichaj double for Nottingham Forest". The Guardian. 8 January 2018. Retrieved 14 October 2018.
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External links

2017–18 FA Cup qualifying rounds

The 2017–18 FA Cup qualifying rounds open the 137th 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 737 teams were accepted for the competition, an increase of 1 from the previous season's 736.The large number (645) of non-League clubs entering the tournament, from (Levels 5 to 10) in the English football pyramid, required the competition to start with six rounds of preliminary (2) and qualifying (4) knockout matches. 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.

2018 FA Community Shield

The 2018 FA Community Shield (also known as The FA Community Shield supported by McDonald's for sponsorship reasons) was the 96th FA Community Shield, an annual football match played between the title holders of the Premier League and FA Cup. It was contested by Manchester City, champions of the 2017–18 Premier League, and Chelsea, the winners of the 2017–18 FA Cup, at Wembley Stadium in London on 5 August 2018. Manchester City won 2–0, with both goals scored by Sergio Agüero, who was named man of the match for his performance.

2018 FA Cup Final

The 2018 FA Cup Final was the final match of the 2017–18 FA Cup and the 137th final of the FA Cup, the world's oldest football cup competition. It was played at Wembley Stadium in London, England on 19 May 2018 between Manchester United and Chelsea. It was the second successive final for Chelsea following their defeat by Arsenal the previous year.

As winners, Chelsea qualified for the group stage of the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League, although they had qualified for that phase already via their league position. Chelsea also earned the right to play 2017–18 Premier League champions Manchester City for the 2018 FA Community Shield.

The teams had met twice before in the FA Cup Final, winning one each between them. The first was in 1994, which Manchester United won 4–0, and most recently in 2007, when Chelsea – then managed by the incumbent Manchester United boss José Mourinho – won 1–0 after extra time.

On 24 April 2018, it was announced that Michael Oliver would officiate the match. It was notable for being the first Final to use the video assistant referee (VAR) system. As President of the Football Association, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge would normally attend the final, presenting the trophy to the winning captain at the conclusion of the game. In 2018 however, the final was scheduled for the same day as his brother's wedding, for which he was serving as best man. It was announced on 15 May 2018 that the trophy would be presented by Jackie Wilkins, the widow of former Manchester United and Chelsea player Ray Wilkins, who died in April 2018.

Boreham Wood F.C.

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Charlie Lakin

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Jordan Henderson

Jordan Brian Henderson (born 17 June 1990) is an English professional footballer who captains Premier League club Liverpool and plays for the England national team. He is usually deployed as a central midfielder for both club and country.

Henderson began his career at Sunderland in 2008, with a loan spell at Coventry City in 2009, before moving to Liverpool in 2011. He became captain of Liverpool in 2015 following the departure of Steven Gerrard. He captained the club to victory in the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final.

In 2010, Henderson won his first cap for England, having previously played for and captained the under-21 team. He has represented the country at UEFA Euro 2012 and 2016, and the 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cups.

Knutsford F.C.

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Lingfield F.C.

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Potton United F.C.

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Radford F.C.

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Rusthall F.C.

Rusthall F.C. is an English football club located in Rusthall, near Royal Tunbridge Wells, in Kent. The club plays in the Southern Counties East League Division One. Rusthall spent most of its history in the Tunbridge Wells League before entering the Kent County Football League in 1983–84. After winning three championships at this level, the club was accepted into the newly formed Kent Invicta Football League for the inaugural 2011–12 season.

Ryan Delaney

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Tees–Wear derby

The Tees–Wear derby is a football local derby contested between Middlesbrough F.C. and Sunderland A.F.C. who are separated by 2 rivers and 30 miles, in the North East of England. Historically this game would be considered the main regional rivalry for Middlesbrough, however it is viewed very much as secondary by those on Wearside, whose main derby match is the Tyne-Wear derby against Newcastle United. Broadly, Sunderland fans based in the City of Sunderland and further north towards Tyneside focus most of their attention on Newcastle. Middlesbrough are an afterthought in these areas primarily due to the increased distance from Teesside, and the lack of regular interaction with Teessiders. The rivalry of the Tees-Wear derby, however, is much more intense and evenly balanced in southern County Durham, where fans of both clubs live and work close together and interact regularly.

The rivalry intensified somewhat during the 1990s when the two teams spent a lot of their time at the top of Division 1, which resulted in clashes between sets of rival fans. Football related violence between the two sets of fans has reduced since Middlesbrough left Ayresome Park and Sunderland left Roker Park. This is in part due to the easier policing of matches at the new stadiums. However, heightened police presence is still required when the teams meet, as the fixture can lead to violent incidents between fans. Sunderland regularly reduce Middlesbrough's away allocations due to safety concerns and previous bad behaviour.A Tees-Wear derby can also include matches between Sunderland and Hartlepool United.

In the 2008–09 Premier league season, the results were:

Sunderland 2–0 Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough 1–1 SunderlandIn 2011–12 the teams played in the FA Cup:

Sunderland 1–1 Middlesbrough 28 January 2012

Replay – Middlesbrough 1–2 Sunderland (AET) 8 February 2012.In 2012–13 the teams played in the Football League Cup

Sunderland 0–1 Middlesbrough 30 October 2012In the 2016–17 Premier league season, the results were:

Sunderland 1–2 Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough 1–0 SunderlandIn the 2017–18 EFL Championship season, the results were:

Middlesbrough 1–0 Sunderland

Sunderland 3–3 MiddlesbroughIn 2017–18 the teams played in the FA Cup

Middlesbrough 2–0 Sunderland 6 January 2018

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Following extensive trialling in a number of major competitions, VARs were first written into the Laws of the Game by the International Football Association Board (IFAB) in 2018. Operating under the philosophy of "minimal interference, maximum benefit", the VAR system seeks to provide a way for "clear and obvious errors" and "serious missed incidents" to be corrected.

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For the 2018-2019 season, the club is playing in the Southern Premier South.

The club is affiliated to the Dorset County Football Association and is a FA Chartered Standard club.

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3 November 2017 Port Vale (4)2–0Oxford United (3)Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent
19:45 GMT Gunning Goal 16'
Pope Goal 53'
Report Stadium: Vale Park
Attendance: 3,443
Referee: Mark Heywood
3 November 2017 Notts County (4)4–2Bristol Rovers (3)Nottingham
19:45 GMT Yates Goal 30'31'
Stead Goal 58'
Grant Goal 90+6'
Report Sercombe Goal 8'
Sinclair Goal 12'
Stadium: Meadow Lane
Attendance: 4,228
Referee: Graham Salisbury
3 November 2017 Hyde United (8)0–4Milton Keynes Dons (3)Hyde
19:55 GMT Report Nesbitt Goal 14'
Aneke Goal 45+3'
Ebanks-Landell Goal 67'
Upson Goal 73'
Stadium: Ewen Fields
Attendance: 3,123
Referee: David Webb
4 November 2017 Shaw Lane (7)1–3Mansfield Town (4)Barnsley
12:30 GMT Bennett Goal 41' Report Pearce Goal 34'
Rose Goal 73'78'
Stadium: Sheerien Park
Referee: Ben Toner
4 November 2017 Stevenage (4)5–0Nantwich Town (7)Stevenage
15:00 GMT Godden Goal 16'76'88'
Smith Goal 68'73'
Report Stadium: Broadhall Way
Attendance: 1,436
Referee: Michael Salisbury
4 November 2017 Bradford City (3)2–0Chesterfield (4)Bradford
15:00 GMT Gilliead Goal 4'
Jones Goal 44'
Report Stadium: Valley Parade
Attendance: 4,747
Referee: Anthony Backhouse
4 November 2017 Morecambe (4)3–0Hartlepool United (5)Morecambe
15:00 GMT Ellison Goal 4'
Fleming Goal 67'
Loach Goal 85' (o.g.)
Report Stadium: Globe Arena
Attendance: 2,004
Referee: Tom Nield
4 November 2017 Yeovil Town (4)1–0Southend United (3)Yeovil
15:00 GMT Khan Goal 29' (pen.) Report Stadium: Huish Park
Attendance: 2,079
Referee: Craig Hicks
4 November 2017 Peterborough United (3)1–1Tranmere Rovers (5)Peterborough
15:00 GMT Marriott Goal 52' Report Cook Goal 72' Stadium: London Road
Attendance: 3,750
Referee: Charles Breakspear
15 November 2017 ReplayTranmere Rovers (5)0–5Peterborough United (3)Birkenhead
19:45 GMT Report Lloyd Goal 16'22'73'
Baldwin Goal 67'
Maddison Goal 75' (pen.)
Stadium: Prenton Park
Attendance: 4,199
Referee: Michael Salisbury
4 November 2017 Forest Green Rovers (4)1–0Macclesfield Town (5)Nailsworth
15:00 GMT Doidge Goal 42' Report Stadium: The New Lawn
Attendance: 1,387
Referee: Trevor Kettle
4 November 2017 A.F.C. Fylde (5)4–2Kidderminster Harriers (6)Wesham
15:00 GMT Rowe Goal 14'48'
Smith Goal 54'
Finley Goal 64'
Report Taylor Goal 74'
Brown Goal 90+2'
Stadium: Mill Farm
Attendance: 1,482
Referee: Daniel Middleton
4 November 2017 Luton Town (4)1–0Portsmouth (3)Luton
15:00 GMT Collins Goal 45+1' Report Stadium: Kenilworth Road
Attendance: 5,333
Referee: Seb Stockbridge
4 November 2017 Shrewsbury Town (3)5–0Aldershot Town (5)Shrewsbury
15:00 GMT Rodman Goal 20'
Whalley Goal 24' (pen.)
Payne Goal 62'
Gnahoua Goal 66'
Morris Goal 68'
Report Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 3,859
Referee: Ross Joyce
4 November 2017 Hereford (7)1–0A.F.C. Telford United (6)Hereford
15:00 GMT Mills Goal 68' Report Stadium: Edgar Street
Attendance: 4,712
Referee: Thomas Bramall
4 November 2017 Blackburn Rovers (3)3–1Barnet (4)Blackburn
15:00 GMT Nuttall Goal 63'
Graham Goal 70'
Antonsson Goal 81'
Report Akinola Goal 31' Stadium: Ewood Park
Attendance: 3,710
Referee: Carl Boyeson
4 November 2017 Ebbsfleet United (5)2–6Doncaster Rovers (3)Northfleet
GMT Kedwell Goal 35' (pen.)
Coulson Goal 37'
Report Rowe Goal 45+1'85'
Marquis Goal 45+3'
Coppinger Goal 52'83' (pen.)
Houghton Goal 78'
Stadium: Stonebridge Road
Attendance: 2,069
Referee: Lee Collins
4 November 2017 Boreham Wood (5)2–1Blackpool (3)Borehamwood
15:00 GMT Turgott Goal 68'
Holman Goal 88'
Report Philliskirk Goal 62' Stadium: Meadow Park
Referee: Chris Sarginson
4 November 2017 Colchester United (4)0–1Oxford City (6)Colchester
15:00 GMT Report Paterson Goal 46' Stadium: Colchester Community Stadium
Attendance: 1,775
Referee: Alan Young
4 November 2017 Plymouth Argyle (3)1–0Grimsby Town (4)Plymouth
15:00 GMT Carey Goal 9' Report Stadium: Home Park
Attendance: 5,137
Referee: John Busby
4 November 2017 AFC Wimbledon (3)1–0Lincoln City (4)Norbiton, London
15:00 GMT Taylor Goal 7' Report Stadium: Kingsmeadow
Attendance: 3,394
Referee: Andy Woolmer
4 November 2017 Rochdale (3)4–0Bromley (5)Rochdale
15:00 GMT Inman Goal 10'53'
Henderson Goal 31' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Spotland Stadium
Attendance: 2,241
Referee: Andrew Miller
4 November 2017 Carlisle United (4)3–2Oldham Athletic (3)Carlisle
15:00 GMT Bennett Goal 22'60'
Hope Goal 36'
Report Clarke Goal 64'
Holloway Goal 72'
Stadium: Brunton Park
Attendance: 3,965
Referee: Andy Haines
4 November 2017 Cheltenham Town (4)2–4Maidstone United (5)Cheltenham
15:00 GMT Dawson Goal 52'
Finney Goal 62' (o.g.)
Report Sam-Yorke Goal 20'53'
Pigott Goal 21'
Hines Goal 43'
Stadium: Whaddon Road
Attendance: 2,799
Referee: Kevin Johnson
4 November 2017 Crewe Alexandra (4)2–1Rotherham United (3)Crewe
15:00 GMT Walker Goal 47'
Ainley Goal 89'
Report Vaulks Goal 21' Stadium: Gresty Road
Attendance: 2,597
Referee: Scott Oldham
4 November 2017 Gillingham (3)2–1Leyton Orient (5)Gillingham
15:00 GMT Parker Goal 20'
Eaves Goal 75'
Report Dayton Goal 79' Stadium: Priestfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,659
Referee: John Brooks
4 November 2017 Gainsborough Trinity (6)0–6Slough Town (7)Gainsborough
15:00 GMT Report Lench Goal 35'46'84'
Flood Goal 52'
Williams Goal 71'
Fraser Goal 75'
Stadium: The Northolme
Attendance: 1,630
Referee: Peter Wright
4 November 2017 Northampton Town (3)0–0Scunthorpe United (3)Northampton
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Sixfields Stadium
Attendance: 2,820
Referee: Robert Jones
14 November 2017 ReplayScunthorpe United (3)1–0Northampton Town (3)Scunthorpe
19:45 GMT Adelakun Goal 32' Report Stadium: Glanford Park
Attendance: 1,880
Referee: Andy Haines
4 November 2017 Wigan Athletic (3)2–1Crawley Town (4)Wigan
15:00 GMT Toney Goal 29'
Evans Goal 71'
Report Roberts Goal 20' Stadium: DW Stadium
Attendance: 3,288
Referee: Martin Coy
4 November 2017 Gateshead (5)2–0Chelmsford City (6)Gateshead
15:00 GMT Burrow Goal 30'
Johnson Goal 34'
Report Stadium: Gateshead International Stadium
Attendance: 732
Referee: Peter Gibbons
4 November 2017 Newport County (4)2–1Walsall (3)Newport
17:15 GMT Nouble Goal 18'
McCoulsky Goal 46'
Report Bakayoko Goal 77' Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 2,701
Referee: Gavin Ward
5 November 2017 Cambridge United (4)1–0Sutton United (5)Cambridge
14:00 GMT Ibehre Goal 45' Report Stadium: Abbey Stadium
Attendance: 3,070
Referee: Darren Handley
5 November 2017 Guiseley (5)0–0Accrington Stanley (4)Guiseley
14:00 GMT Report Stadium: Nethermoor Park
Attendance: 1,611
Referee: Antony Coggins
14 November 2017 ReplayAccrington Stanley (4)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–4 p)
Guiseley (5)Accrington
19:45 GMT McConville Goal 47' Report Rooney Goal 79' (pen.) Stadium: Crown Ground
Attendance: 1,166
Referee: Charles Breakspear
Penalties
Kee Penalty missed
Brown Penalty missed
McConville Penalty scored
Jackson Penalty scored
Wilks Penalty scored
Rooney Penalty scored
McFadzean Penalty missed
Haworth Penalty scored
Brown Penalty scored
Fondop Penalty scored
5 November 2017 Leatherhead (7)1–1Billericay Town (7)Leatherhead
14:00 GMT Midson Goal 21' Report Bricknell Goal 67' (pen.) Stadium: Fetcham Grove
Attendance: 1,797
Referee: Alan Dale
16 November 2017 ReplayBillericay Town (7)1–3Leatherhead (7)Billericay
19:45 GMT Cunnington Goal 61' Report Midson Goal 68'82' (pen.)
Moore Goal 90+1'
Stadium: New Lodge
Attendance: 3,400
Referee: Dean Whitestone
5 November 2017 Coventry City (4)2–0Maidenhead United (5)Rowleys Green, Coventry
14:00 GMT Ponticelli Goal 33'44' Report Stadium: Ricoh Arena
Attendance: 3,370
Referee: Scott Duncan
5 November 2017 Dartford (6)1–5Swindon Town (4)Dartford
14:00 GMT Sho-Silva Goal 83' Report Elšnik Goal 12'26'
Smith Goal 23'
Linganzi Goal 47'
Mullin Goal 50'
Stadium: Princes Park
Attendance: 2,705
Referee: Darren Drysdale
5 November 2017 Woking (5)1–1Bury (3)Woking
14:00 GMT Philpot Goal 25' Report Smith Goal 1' Stadium: Kingfield Stadium
Attendance: 1,858
Referee: Darren England
14 November 2017 ReplayBury (3)0–3Woking (5)Bury
19:45 GMT Report Charles-Cook Goal 30'
Effiong Goal 71'
Philpot Goal 86'
Stadium: Gigg Lane
Attendance: 1,513
Referee: Ross Joyce
5 November 2017 Solihull Moors (5)0–2Wycombe Wanderers (4)Solihull
14:00 GMT Report Freeman Goal 16'
Mackail-Smith Goal 28'
Stadium: Damson Park
Attendance: 1,544
Referee: Brett Huxtable
5 November 2017 Charlton Athletic (3)3–1Truro City (6)Charlton, London
14:00 GMT Reeves Goal 10'70'
Marshall Goal 53'
Report Harvey Goal 59' Stadium: The Valley
Attendance: 4,494
Referee: Dean Whitestone
5 November 2017 Exeter City (4)3–1Heybridge Swifts (8)Exeter
14:00 GMT Stockley Goal 59'63'
McAlinden Goal 86'
Report Bantick Goal 70' Stadium: St James Park
Attendance: 3,004
Referee: Neil Hair
6 November 2017 Chorley (6)1–2Fleetwood Town (3)Chorley
19:45 GMT Carver Goal 58' Report
Stadium: Victory Park
Attendance: 3,526
Referee: Peter Bankes
1 December 2017 A.F.C. Fylde (5)1–1Wigan Athletic (3)Wesham
19:55 GMT Rowe Goal 70' (pen.) Report Grigg Goal 44' Stadium: Mill Farm
Attendance: 3,351
Referee: Darren Drysdale
12 December 2017 ReplayWigan Athletic (3)3–2A.F.C. Fylde (5)Wigan
19:45 GMT Toney Goal 31'
Grigg Goal 80'84'
Report Grand Goal 40'
Rowe Goal 65'
Stadium: DW Stadium
Attendance: 3,124
Referee: Ross Joyce
2 December 2017 Notts County (4)3–2Oxford City (6)Nottingham
12:30 GMT Duffy Goal 31'
Stead Goal 56' (pen.)
Grant Goal 90+5'
Report Sinclair Goal 53'
Paterson Goal 73'
Stadium: Meadow Lane
Attendance: 5,092
Referee: John Brooks
2 December 2017 Milton Keynes Dons (3)4–1Maidstone United (5)Denbigh, Milton Keynes
15:00 GMT Nesbitt Goal 54'
Agard Goal 64'70'
Pawlett Goal 89'
Report Okuonghae Goal 25' Stadium: Stadium mk
Attendance: 4,804
Referee: Martin Coy
2 December 2017 Port Vale (4)1–1Yeovil Town (4)Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent
15:00 GMT Pope Goal 63' Report Green Goal 89' Stadium: Vale Park
Attendance: 3,316
Referee: Scott Oldham
12 December 2017 ReplayYeovil Town (4)3–2 (a.e.t.)Port Vale (4)Yeovil
19:45 GMT Khan Goal 45+2'95'
Zoko Goal 109'
Report Harness Goal 83'
Kay Goal 108'
Stadium: Huish Park
Attendance: 1,588
Referee: Gavin Ward
2 December 2017 Shrewsbury Town (3)2–0Morecambe (4)Shrewsbury
15:00 GMT Rodman Goal 32'
Whalley Goal 37' (pen.)
Report Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 3,184
Referee: Craig Hicks
2 December 2017 Stevenage (4)5–2Swindon Town (4)Stevenage
15:00 GMT Samuel Goal 18'
Godden Goal 23'
Pett Goal 45+3'
Newton Goal 72'77'
Report Linganzi Goal 33'
Taylor Goal 42'
Stadium: Broadhall Way
Attendance: 1,883
Referee: Nick Kinseley
2 December 2017 Bradford City (3)3–1Plymouth Argyle (3)Bradford
15:00 GMT Vincelot Goal 38'
Knight-Percival Goal 50'
Wyke Goal 64'
Report Carey Goal 63' Stadium: Valley Parade
Attendance: 4,957
Referee: Tony Harrington
2 December 2017 Gillingham (3)1–1Carlisle United (4)Gillingham
15:00 GMT O'Neill Goal 5' Report Grainger Goal 18' (pen.) Stadium: Priestfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,178
Referee: Andy Woolmer
19 December 2017 ReplayCarlisle United (4)3–1Gillingham (3)Carlisle
19:45 GMT Hope Goal 7'37'
Miller Goal 90+3'
Report Wagstaff Goal 47' Stadium: Brunton Park
Attendance: 2,357
Referee: Mark Heywood
2 December 2017 Forest Green Rovers (4)3–3Exeter City (4)Nailsworth
15:00 GMT Doidge Goal 26'90+2'
Laird Goal 88'
Report Moore-Taylor Goal 58'
Stockley Goal 64'90+4'
Stadium: The New Lawn
Attendance: 2,250
Referee: Gavin Ward
12 December 2017 ReplayExeter City (4)2–1 (a.e.t.)Forest Green Rovers (4)Exeter
19:45 GMT Sweeney Goal 73' (pen.)
Stockley Goal 115'
Report Doidge Goal 30' (pen.) Stadium: St James Park
Attendance: 2,923
Referee: Charles Breakspear
2 December 2017 Fleetwood Town (3)1–1Hereford (7)Fleetwood
15:00 GMT Cole Goal 29' Report Dinsley Goal 23' Stadium: Highbury Stadium
Attendance: 2,567
Referee: Seb Stockbridge
14 December 2017 ReplayHereford (7)0–2Fleetwood Town (3)Hereford
19:45 GMT Report Bolger Goal 10'58' Stadium: Edgar Street
Attendance: 4,235
Referee: David Coote
3 December 2017 Woking (5)1–1Peterborough United (3)Woking
14:00 GMT Ward Goal 84' Report Tafazolli Goal 24' Stadium: Kingfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,072
Referee: Chris Sarginson
12 December 2017 ReplayPeterborough United (3)5–2Woking (5)Peterborough
19:45 GMT Doughty Goal 29'
Marriott Goal 45'69'
Maddison Goal 78' (pen.)
Edwards Goal 90+4'
Report Effiong Goal 19'
Young Goal 68'
Stadium: London Road
Attendance: 3,022
Referee: Antony Coggins
3 December 2017 Newport County (4)2–0Cambridge United (4)Newport
14:00 GMT Labadie Goal 2'82' Report Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 2,748
Referee: Kevin Johnson
3 December 2017 Wycombe Wanderers (4)3–1Leatherhead (7)High Wycombe
14:00 GMT Saunders Goal 29'
Mackail-Smith Goal 76'
Akinfenwa Goal 90+1'
Report Midson Goal 8' (pen.) Stadium: Adams Park
Attendance: 3,835
Referee: Tim Robinson
3 December 2017 Doncaster Rovers (3)3–0Scunthorpe United (3)Doncaster
14:00 GMT Rowe Goal 16'67'
Mandeville Goal 90+2'
Report Stadium: Keepmoat Stadium
Attendance: 5,251
Referee: Mark Heywood
3 December 2017 AFC Wimbledon (3)3–1Charlton Athletic (3)Norbiton, London
14:00 GMT McDonald Goal 10'
Taylor Goal 70'81' (pen.)
Report Ahearne-Grant Goal 22' Stadium: Kingsmeadow
Attendance: 3,270
Referee: James Linington
3 December 2017 Mansfield Town (4)3–0Guiseley (5)Mansfield
14:00 GMT Spencer Goal 31'52'65' (pen.) Report Stadium: Field Mill
Attendance: 4,081
Referee: Carl Boyeson
3 December 2017 Gateshead (5)0–5Luton Town (4)Gateshead
14:00 GMT Report Lee Goal 40'
Potts Goal 62'
Lee Goal 67'
Hylton Goal 90+1'
Berry Goal 90+4'
Stadium: Gateshead International Stadium
Attendance: 1,339
Referee: Ben Toner
3 December 2017 Blackburn Rovers (3)3–3Crewe Alexandra (4)Blackburn
14:00 GMT Samuel Goal 11'20'
Graham Goal 15'
Report Porter Goal 35' (pen.)66'
Nolan Goal 63'
Stadium: Ewood Park
Attendance: 4,472
Referee: David Webb
13 December 2017 ReplayCrewe Alexandra (4)0–1Blackburn Rovers (3)Crewe
19:45 GMT' Report Graham Goal 24' Stadium: Gresty Road
Attendance: 2,241
Referee: Anthony Backhouse
3 December 2017 Coventry City (4)3–0Boreham Wood (5)Rowleys Green, Coventry
14:00 GMT Nazon Goal 27'
McNulty Goal 40'
Shipley Goal 48'
Report Stadium: Ricoh Arena
Attendance: 2,985
Referee: Darren Handley
4 December 2017 Slough Town (7)0–4Rochdale (3)Slough
19:45 GMT Report Andrew Goal 13'
Camps Goal 68'
Henderson Goal 89'
Done Goal 90+2'
Stadium: Arbour Park
Attendance: 1,950
Referee: Robert Jones
5 January 2018 Liverpool (1)2–1Everton (1)Liverpool
19:55 GMT Milner Goal 35' (pen.)
Van Dijk Goal 84'
Report Sigurðsson Goal 67' Stadium: Anfield
Attendance: 52,513
Referee: Bobby Madley
5 January 2018 Manchester United (1)2–0Derby County (2)Manchester
20:00 GMT Lingard Goal 84'
Lukaku Goal 90'
Report Stadium: Old Trafford
Attendance: 73,899
Referee: Kevin Friend
6 January 2018 Fleetwood Town (3)0–0Leicester City (1)Fleetwood
12:45 GMT Report Stadium: Highbury Stadium
Attendance: 5,001
Referee: Simon Hooper
16 January 2018 ReplayLeicester City (1)2–0Fleetwood Town (3)Leicester
19:45 GMT Iheanacho Goal 43'77' Report Stadium: King Power Stadium
Attendance: 17,237
Referee: Jonathan Moss
6 January 2018 Middlesbrough (2)2–0Sunderland (2)Middlesbrough
13:00 GMT Gestede Goal 10'
Braithwaite Goal 42'
Report Stadium: Riverside Stadium
Attendance: 26,399
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
6 January 2018 Ipswich Town (2)0–1Sheffield United (2)Ipswich
15:00 GMT Report Thomas Goal 25' Stadium: Portman Road
Attendance: 12,057
Referee: Mike Jones
6 January 2018 Watford (1)3–0Bristol City (2)Watford
15:00 GMT Carrillo Goal 37'
Deeney Goal 57'
Capoue Goal 85'
Report Stadium: Vicarage Road
Attendance: 13,269
Referee: Craig Pawson
6 January 2018 Birmingham City (2)1–0Burton Albion (2)Birmingham
15:00 GMT Gallagher Goal 56' Report Stadium: St Andrews
Attendance: 7,623
Referee: Jeremy Simpson
6 January 2018 Aston Villa (2)1–3Peterborough United (3)Birmingham
15:00 GMT Davis Goal 8' Report Marriott Goal 75'90+3'
Tafazolli Goal 83'
Stadium: Villa Park
Attendance: 21,677
Referee: Robert Jones
6 January 2018 Bournemouth (1)2–2Wigan Athletic (3)Bournemouth
15:00 GMT Mousset Goal 55'
S. Cook Goal 90+2'
Report Grigg Goal 4'
Hyndman Goal 29' (o.g.)
Stadium: Vitality Stadium
Attendance: 9,894
Referee: Andrew Madley
17 January 2018 ReplayWigan Athletic (3)3–0Bournemouth (1)Wigan
19:45 GMT Morsy Goal 9'
Burn Goal 73'
Elder Goal 76'
Report Stadium: DW Stadium
Attendance: 4,709
Referee: Stuart Attwell
6 January 2018 Coventry City (4)2–1Stoke City (1)Rowleys Green, Coventry
15:00 GMT Willis Goal 24'
Grimmer Goal 68'
Report Adam Goal 54' (pen.) Stadium: Ricoh Arena
Attendance: 14,199
Referee: Martin Atkinson
6 January 2018 Bolton Wanderers (2)1–2Huddersfield Town (1)Horwich
15:00 GMT Derik Goal 64' Report Van La Parra Goal 51'
Williams Goal 52'
Stadium: Macron Stadium
Attendance: 11,574
Referee: Roger East
6 January 2018 Yeovil Town (4)2–0Bradford City (3)Yeovil
15:00 GMT Barnes Goal 61'
Green Goal 76'
Report Stadium: Huish Park
Attendance: 3,040
Referee: John Brooks
6 January 2018 Brentford (2)0–1Notts County (4)Brentford, London
15:00 GMT Report Stead Goal 65' Stadium: Griffin Park
Attendance: 6,935
Referee: Tim Robinson
6 January 2018 Queens Park Rangers (2)0–1Milton Keynes Dons (3)Shepherd's Bush, London
15:00 GMT Report Cissé Goal 60' Stadium: Loftus Road
Attendance: 6,314
Referee: James Linington
6 January 2018 Exeter City (4)0–2West Bromwich Albion (1)Exeter
15:00 GMT Report Rondón Goal 2'
Rodriguez Goal 25'
Stadium: St James Park
Attendance: 5,638
Referee: Lee Mason
6 January 2018 Doncaster Rovers (3)0–1Rochdale (3)Doncaster
15:00 GMT Report Andrew Goal 18' Stadium: Keepmoat Stadium
Attendance: 4,513
Referee: Andy Woolmer
6 January 2018 Blackburn Rovers (3)0–1Hull City (2)Blackburn
15:00 GMT Report Aina Goal 58' Stadium: Ewood Park
Attendance: 6,777
Referee: Oliver Langford
6 January 2018 Cardiff City (2)0–0Mansfield Town (4)Cardiff
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium
Attendance: 6,378
Referee: Lee Probert
16 January 2018 ReplayMansfield Town (4)1–4Cardiff City (2)Mansfield
19:45 GMT Rose Goal 35' Report Ecuele Manga Goal 34'
Hoilett Goal 66'89'
Pilkington Goal 71'
Stadium: Field Mill
Attendance: 5,746
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
6 January 2018 Manchester City (1)4–1Burnley (1)Manchester
15:00 GMT Agüero Goal 56'58'
Sané Goal 71'
B. Silva Goal 82'
Report Barnes Goal 25' Stadium: City of Manchester Stadium
Attendance: 53,285
Referee: Graham Scott
6 January 2018 Wolverhampton Wanderers (2)0–0Swansea City (1)Wolverhampton
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Molineux
Attendance: 22,976
Referee: Anthony Taylor
17 January 2018 ReplaySwansea City (1)2–1Wolverhampton Wanderers (2)Swansea
19:45 GMT J. Ayew Goal 11'
Bony Goal 69'
Report Jota Goal 66' Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 8,294
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
6 January 2018 Stevenage (4)0–0Reading (2)Stevenage
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Broadhall Way
Attendance: 3,877
Referee: Ben Toner
16 January 2018 ReplayReading (2)3–0Stevenage (4)Reading
20:00 GMT Böðvarsson Goal 32'44'64' Report Stadium: Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 4,986
Referee: Tim Robinson
6 January 2018 Newcastle United (1)3–1Luton Town (4)Newcastle upon Tyne
15:00 GMT Pérez Goal 30'36'
Shelvey Goal 39'
Report Hylton Goal 49' Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 47,069
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
6 January 2018 Millwall (2)4–1Barnsley (2)Bermondsey, London
15:00 GMT O'Brien Goal 35'56'
Thompson Goal 47'
Onyedinma Goal 61'
Report Potts Goal 11' Stadium: The Den
Attendance: 5,319
Referee: Darren Bond
6 January 2018 Fulham (2)0–1Southampton (1)Fulham, London
15:00 GMT Report Ward-Prowse Goal 29' Stadium: Craven Cottage
Attendance: 17,327
Referee: Michael Oliver
6 January 2018 Wycombe Wanderers (4)1–5Preston North End (2)High Wycombe
15:00 GMT O'Nien Goal 45+1' Report Harrop Goal 2'85'
Browne Goal 38'78' (pen.)
Horgan Goal 50'
Stadium: Adams Park
Attendance: 4,928
Referee: Peter Bankes
6 January 2018 Carlisle United (4)0–0Sheffield Wednesday (2)Carlisle
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Brunton Park
Attendance: 7,793
Referee: David Webb
16 January 2018 ReplaySheffield Wednesday (2)2–0Carlisle United (4)Sheffield
19:45 GMT Matias Goal 28'
Nuhiu Goal 66'
Report Stadium: Hillsborough Stadium
Attendance: 12,003
Referee: Michael Salisbury
6 January 2018 Norwich City (2)0–0Chelsea (1)Norwich
17:30 GMT Report Stadium: Carrow Road
Attendance: 23,598
Referee: Stuart Attwell
17 January 2018 ReplayChelsea (1)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(5–3 p)
Norwich City (2)Fulham, London
19:45 GMT Batshuayi Goal 55' Report Lewis Goal 90+4' Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 39,684
Referee: Graham Scott
Penalties
Willian Penalty scored
David Luiz Penalty scored
Azpilicueta Penalty scored
Kanté Penalty scored
Hazard Penalty scored
Penalty missed Oliveira
Penalty scored Maddison
Penalty scored Vrančić
Penalty scored Murphy
7 January 2018 Newport County (4)2–1Leeds United (2)Newport
12:00 GMT Shaughnessy Goal 76' (o.g.)
McCoulsky Goal 88'
Report Berardi Goal 9' Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 6,887
Referee: Mike Dean
7 January 2018 Shrewsbury Town (3)0–0West Ham United (1)Shrewsbury
14:00 GMT Report Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 9,535
Referee: Paul Tierney
16 January 2018 ReplayWest Ham United (1)1–0 (a.e.t.)Shrewsbury Town (3)Stratford, London
19:45 GMT Burke Goal 112' Report Stadium: London Stadium
Attendance: 39,867
Referee: Jeremy Simpson
7 January 2018 Tottenham Hotspur (1)3–0AFC Wimbledon (3)Wembley, London
15:00 GMT Kane Goal 63'65'
Vertonghen Goal 71'
Report Stadium: Wembley Stadium
Attendance: 47,527
Referee: David Coote
7 January 2018 Nottingham Forest (2)4–2Arsenal (1)West Bridgford
16:00 GMT Lichaj Goal 20'44'
Brereton Goal 64' (pen.)
Dowell Goal 85' (pen.)
Report Mertesacker Goal 23'
Welbeck Goal 79'
Stadium: The City Ground
Attendance: 27,182
Referee: Jonathan Moss
8 January 2018 Brighton & Hove Albion (1)2–1Crystal Palace (1)Falmer, Brighton and Hove
19:45 GMT Stephens Goal 21'
Murray Goal 87'
Report Sako Goal 69' Stadium: Falmer Stadium
Attendance: 14,507
Referee: Andre Marriner
26 January 2018 Sheffield Wednesday (2)3–1Reading (2)Sheffield
19:45 GMT Nuhiu Goal 29'53'
Boyd Goal 61'
Report Dawson Goal 87' (o.g.) Stadium: Hillsborough Stadium
Attendance: 14,848
Referee: John Brooks
26 January 2018 Yeovil Town (4)0–4Manchester United (1)Yeovil
19:55 GMT Report Rashford Goal 41'
Herrera Goal 61'
Lingard Goal 89'
Lukaku Goal 90+3'
Stadium: Huish Park
Attendance: 9,195
Referee: Paul Tierney
27 January 2018 Peterborough United (3)1–5Leicester City (1)Peterborough
12:30 GMT Hughes Goal 58' Report Diabaté Goal 9'87'
Iheanacho Goal 12'29'
Ndidi Goal 90+2'
Stadium: London Road
Attendance: 13,193
Referee: Michael Oliver
27 January 2018 Huddersfield Town (1)1–1Birmingham City (2)Huddersfield
15:00 GMT Mounié Goal 21' Report Jutkiewicz Goal 54' Stadium: Kirklees Stadium
Attendance: 12,683
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
6 February 2018 ReplayBirmingham City (2)1–4 (a.e.t.)Huddersfield Town (1)Birmingham
19:45 GMT Adams Goal 52' Report Roberts Goal 60' (o.g.)
Mounié Goal 94'
Van La Parra Goal 97'
Ince Goal 106'
Stadium: St Andrew's
Attendance: 13,175
Referee: Paul Tierney
27 January 2018 Notts County (4)1–1Swansea City (1)Nottingham
15:00 GMT Stead Goal 62' Report Narsingh Goal 45' Stadium: Meadow Lane
Attendance: 9,802
Referee: Mike Jones
6 February 2018 ReplaySwansea City (1)8–1Notts County (4)Swansea
20:05 GMT Abraham Goal 18'45+3'
Dyer Goal 20'30'
Naughton Goal 53'
Routledge Goal 57'
Carroll Goal 65'
James Goal 82'
Report Husin Goal 35' Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 7,822
Referee: Martin Atkinson
27 January 2018 Milton Keynes Dons (3)0–1Coventry City (4)Denbigh, Milton Keynes
15:00 GMT Report Biamou Goal 64' Stadium: Stadium mk
Attendance: 14,925
Referee: Peter Bankes
27 January 2018 Millwall (2)2–2Rochdale (3)Bermondsey, London
15:00 GMT Wallace Goal 17' (pen.)
Thompson Goal 90'
Report Henderson Goal 32'
Done Goal 53'
Stadium: The Den
Attendance: 8,346
Referee: Andrew Madley
6 February 2018 ReplayRochdale (3)1–0Millwall (2)Rochdale
19:45 GMT Henderson Goal 53' Report Stadium: Spotland Stadium
Attendance: 2,790
Referee: Tim Robinson
27 January 2018 Southampton (1)1–0Watford (1)Southampton
15:00 GMT Stephens Goal 4' Report Stadium: St Mary's Stadium
Attendance: 25,195
Referee: Bobby Madley
27 January 2018 Middlesbrough (2)0–1Brighton & Hove Albion (1)Middlesbrough
15:00 GMT Report Murray Goal 90' Stadium: Riverside Stadium
Attendance: 20,475
Referee: Anthony Taylor
27 January 2018 Wigan Athletic (3)2–0West Ham United (1)Wigan
15:00 GMT Grigg Goal 7'62' (pen.) Report Stadium: DW Stadium
Attendance: 14,194
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
27 January 2018 Hull City (2)2–1Nottingham Forest (2)Kingston upon Hull
15:00 GMT Bowen Goal 18'
Dicko Goal 40'
Report Vellios Goal 88' Stadium: KCOM Stadium
Attendance: 13,450
Referee: Stuart Attwell
27 January 2018 Sheffield United (2)1–0Preston North End (2)Sheffield
15:00 GMT Sharp Goal 80' (pen.) Report Stadium: Bramall Lane
Attendance: 15,680
Referee: Graham Scott
27 January 2018 Newport County (4)1–1Tottenham Hotspur (1)Newport
17:30 GMT Amond Goal 38' Report Kane Goal 82' Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 9,836
Referee: Roger East
7 February 2018 ReplayTottenham Hotspur (1)2–0Newport County (4)Wembley, London
20:00 GMT Butler Goal 26' (o.g.)
Lamela Goal 34'
Report Stadium: Wembley Stadium
Attendance: 38,947
Referee: Stuart Attwell
27 January 2018 Liverpool (1)2–3West Bromwich Albion (1)Liverpool
19:45 GMT Firmino Goal 5'
Salah Goal 78'
Report Rodriguez Goal 7'11'
Matip Goal 45+2' (o.g.)
Stadium: Anfield
Attendance: 53,342
Referee: Craig Pawson
28 January 2018 Chelsea (1)3–0Newcastle United (1)Fulham, London
13:30 GMT Batshuayi Goal 31'44'
Alonso Goal 72'
Report Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 41,049
Referee: Kevin Friend
28 January 2018 Cardiff City (2)0–2Manchester City (1)Cardiff
16:00 GMT Report De Bruyne Goal 8'
Sterling Goal 37'
Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium
Attendance: 32,339
Referee: Lee Mason
16 February 2018 Leicester City (1)1–0Sheffield United (2)Leicester
19:45 GMT Vardy Goal 66' Report Stadium: King Power Stadium
Attendance: 28,366
Referee: Lee Mason
16 February 2018 Chelsea (1)4–0Hull City (2)Fulham, London
20:00 GMT Willian Goal 2'32'
Pedro Goal 27'
Giroud Goal 42'
Report Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 39,591
Referee: Andre Marriner
17 February 2018 Sheffield Wednesday (2)0–0Swansea City (1)Sheffield
12:30 GMT Report Stadium: Hillsborough Stadium
Attendance: 19,427
Referee: Paul Tierney
27 February 2018 ReplaySwansea City (1)2–0Sheffield Wednesday (2)Swansea
19:45 GMT J. Ayew Goal 55'
Dyer Goal 80'
Report Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 8,198
Referee: Stuart Attwell
17 February 2018 West Bromwich Albion (1)1–2Southampton (1)West Bromwich
15:00 GMT Rondón Goal 58' Report Hoedt Goal 11'
Tadić Goal 56'
Stadium: The Hawthorns
Attendance: 17,600
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
17 February 2018 Brighton & Hove Albion (1)3–1Coventry City (4)Falmer, Brighton and Hove
15:00 GMT Locadia Goal 15'
Goldson Goal 34'
Ulloa Goal 61'
Report Clarke-Harris Goal 77' Stadium: Falmer Stadium
Attendance: 26,966
Referee: Craig Pawson
17 February 2018 Huddersfield Town (1)0–2Manchester United (1)Huddersfield
17:30 GMT Report Lukaku Goal 3'55' Stadium: Kirklees Stadium
Attendance: 17,861
Referee: Kevin Friend
18 February 2018 Rochdale (3)2–2Tottenham Hotspur (1)Rochdale
16:00 GMT Henderson Goal 45'
Davies Goal 90+3'
Report Lucas Goal 59'
Kane Goal 88' (pen.)
Stadium: Spotland Stadium
Attendance: 8,480
Referee: Bobby Madley
28 February 2018 ReplayTottenham Hotspur (1)6–1Rochdale (3)Wembley, London
19:45 GMT Son Goal 23'65'
Llorente Goal 47'53'59'
Walker-Peters Goal 90+3'
Report Humphrys Goal 31' Stadium: Wembley Stadium
Attendance: 24,627
Referee: Paul Tierney
19 February 2018 Wigan Athletic (3)1–0Manchester City (1)Wigan
19:55 GMT Grigg Goal 79' Report Stadium: DW Stadium
Attendance: 19,242
Referee: Anthony Taylor
17 March 2018 Swansea City (1)0–3Tottenham Hotspur (1)Swansea
12:15 GMT Report Eriksen Goal 11'62'
Lamela Goal 45+1'
Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 17,498
Referee: Kevin Friend
17 March 2018 Manchester United (1)2–0Brighton & Hove Albion (1)Manchester
19:45 GMT Lukaku Goal 37'
Matić Goal 83'
Report Stadium: Old Trafford
Attendance: 74,241
Referee: Andre Marriner
18 March 2018 Wigan Athletic (3)0–2Southampton (1)Wigan
13:30 GMT Report Højbjerg Goal 62'
Cédric Goal 90+1'
Stadium: DW Stadium
Attendance: 17,110
Referee: Michael Oliver
18 March 2018 Leicester City (1)1–2 (a.e.t.)Chelsea (1)Leicester
16:30 GMT Vardy Goal 76' Report Morata Goal 42'
Pedro Goal 105'
Stadium: King Power Stadium
Attendance: 31,792
Referee: Craig Pawson
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