2018–19 FA Cup

The 2018–19 FA Cup (also known as the Football Association Challenge Cup) was the 138th edition of the oldest football tournament in the world. It was sponsored by Emirates and known as The Emirates FA Cup for sponsorship purposes. It started with the Extra Preliminary Round on the weekend of 11 August 2018 and concluded with the final on 18 May 2019.

Premier League side Chelsea were the defending champions, but they were eliminated by Manchester United in the fifth round on 18 February 2019 in a rematch of the previous year's final. Manchester City won their sixth FA Cup title and their first since 2011, making them the first English club to complete a domestic treble, having earlier won the EFL Cup and the Premier League.[1]

2018–19 FA Cup
Football Association Challenge Cup
CountryEngland
Guernsey
Wales
Dates11 August 2018 – 18 May 2019
Teams736 (overall)
644 (qualifying competition)
124 (main competition)
Defending championsChelsea
ChampionsManchester City (6th title)
Runners-upWatford
Matches played126
Goals scored360 (2.86 per match)
Attendance1,200,703 (9,529 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Gabriel Jesus
Padraig Amond
(5 goals each)

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 24 EFL League One teams
24 EFL League Two teams
Second Round Proper 84 40 40 none none
Third Round Proper 64 64 20 44 20 Premier League teams
24 EFL Championship teams
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

Round and draw dates

The schedule follows[2]

Phase Round Draw date First match date
Qualifying rounds Extra Preliminary Round 6 July 2018 10 August 2018
Preliminary Round 24 August 2018
First Round Qualifying 28 August 2018 8 September 2018
Second Round Qualifying 10 September 2018 22 September 2018
Third Round Qualifying 24 September 2018 6 October 2018
Fourth Round Qualifying 8 October 2018 20 October 2018
Main tournament First Round Proper 22 October 2018 10 November 2018
Second Round Proper 12 November 2018 1 December 2018
Third Round Proper 3 December 2018 4 January 2019
Fourth Round Proper 7 January 2019 26 January 2019
Fifth Round Proper 28 January 2019 16 February 2019
Quarter-finals 18 February 2019 16 March 2019
Semi-finals 17 March 2019 6 April 2019
Final 18 May 2019

Qualifying rounds

All of the competing teams that are not members of either the Premier League or English Football League competed 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 11 August 2018.[2] The fourth and final qualifying round was played over the weekend of 20 October 2018.[2]

First Round Proper

The First Round draw took place on 22 October and was made by Dennis Wise and Dion Dublin. All 40 First Round Proper ties were to be played on the weekend of 10 November with 13 replays to be played on 20 and 21 November. 32 teams from the qualifying competition joined 48 teams from League One and League Two to compete in this round. This round included three teams from Level 7, the lowest-ranked teams still in the competition at that point: Metropolitan Police, Haringey Borough and Hitchin Town.[3]

Second Round Proper

The Second Round draw took place on 12 November. The 40 winners of the First Round Proper played in 20 Second Round Proper ties on the weekend of 1 December. This round included five teams from Level 6 (Guiseley, Slough Town, Southport, Stockport County and Woking), who were the lowest-ranked teams still in the competition. This round included an all-Welsh tie, Wrexham at home against Newport County, the first such tie in the FA Cup since the latter took on Swansea in the first round of the 2006–07 tournament.

Third Round Proper

The Third Round draw took place on 3 December 2018 and was broadcast live on BBC One and BT Sport before the final second round tie between Guiseley and Fleetwood Town. All 32 Third Round Proper ties took place on the weekend of 4–7 January 2019. A total of 64 clubs played in the third round; 20 winners of the second round, and 44 teams from the Premier League and EFL Championship entering in this round. This round included one team from Level 6, Woking, the lowest-ranked team still in the competition.[4]

The scheduling for the third round was controversial, due to the number of games scheduled outside the traditional kick-off slot of 15:00 GMT on Saturday. Only 10 of 32 Third Round Proper matches kicked off at that time. This was a result of the FA signing a new overseas television deal in October 2016, which came into force this season. The new contract caused a number of matches to be moved to other time-slots to accommodate viewers outside the UK. [5][6]

Fourth Round Proper

The draw for the Fourth Round took place on 7 January following the Wolverhampton–Liverpool game. It was shown on BBC and was conducted by Carl Ikeme and Robbie Keane.[7] All 16 Fourth Round ties were played on the weekend of 25–28 January 2019. This round included one team from Level 5, Barnet, the lowest ranking and only non-League side left in the competition.[8]

Fifth Round Proper

The draw for the Fifth Round took place on 28 January 2019. Matches were played on the weekend of 15–18 February 2019. This round included one team from Level 4, Newport County, the lowest ranking side left in the competition. As of this season, extra time and penalties replaced replays as the method for resolving a drawn tie.[9]

Quarter-finals

The draw for the quarter-finals took place on 18 February 2019. Matches were played on the weekend of 16–17 March 2019. This round included two teams from Level 2, Millwall and Swansea City, the lowest ranking sides left in the competition.

Semi-finals

The draw for the semi-finals took place on 17 March 2019.

Final

The final was played on 18 May 2019 at Wembley Stadium, London.

Manchester City6–0Watford
Report

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
4–7 January 2019
15–16 January 2019 (replays)
Fourth Round Proper
25–28 January 2019
5–6 February 2019 (replays)
Fifth Round Proper
15–18 February 2019
Quarter-finals
16–17 March 2019
Semi-finals
6–7 April 2019
Final
18 May 2019
 
                      
 
 
 
 
Aston Villa0
 
 
 
Swansea City3
 
Swansea City4
 
 
 
Gillingham1
 
Gillingham1
 
 
 
Cardiff City0
 
Swansea City4
 
 
 
Brentford1
 
Sheffield United0
 
 
 
Barnet1
 
Barnet3 (1)
 
 
 
Brentford3 (3)
 
Brentford1
 
 
 
Oxford United0
 
Swansea City2
 
 
 
Manchester City3
 
Middlesbrough5
 
 
 
Peterborough United0
 
Middlesbrough1 (0)
 
 
 
Newport County1 (2)
 
Newport County2
 
 
 
Leicester City1
 
Newport County1
 
 
 
Manchester City4
 
Manchester City7
 
 
 
Rotherham United0
 
Manchester City5
 
 
 
Burnley0
 
Burnley1
 
 
 
Barnsley0
 
Manchester City1
 
 
 
Brighton & Hove Albion0
 
Fleetwood Town2
 
 
 
AFC Wimbledon3
 
AFC Wimbledon4
 
 
 
West Ham United2
 
West Ham United2
 
 
 
Birmingham City0
 
AFC Wimbledon0
 
 
 
Millwall1
 
Millwall2
 
 
 
Hull City1
 
Millwall3
 
 
 
Everton2
 
Everton2
 
 
 
Lincoln City1
 
Millwall2 (4)
 
 
 
Brighton & Hove Albion (p)2 (5)
 
Bournemouth1
 
 
 
Brighton & Hove Albion3
 
Brighton & Hove Albion (a.e.t.)0 (3)
 
 
 
West Bromwich Albion0 (1)
 
West Bromwich Albion1
 
 
 
Wigan Athletic0
 
Brighton & Hove Albion2
 
 
 
Derby County1
 
Accrington Stanley1
 
 
 
Ipswich Town0
 
Accrington Stanley0
 
 
 
Derby County1
 
Derby County (p)2 (2) (5)
 
 
 
Southampton2 (2) (3)
 
Manchester City6
 
 
 
Watford0
 
Norwich City0
 
 
 
Portsmouth1
 
Portsmouth1 (0)
 
 
 
Queens Park Rangers1 (2)
 
Queens Park Rangers2
 
 
 
Leeds United1
 
Queens Park Rangers0
 
 
 
Watford1
 
Newcastle United (a.e.t.)1 (4)
 
 
 
Blackburn Rovers1 (2)
 
Newcastle United0
 
 
 
Watford2
 
Woking0
 
 
 
Watford2
 
Watford2
 
 
 
Crystal Palace1
 
Preston North End1
 
 
 
Doncaster Rovers3
 
Doncaster Rovers2
 
 
 
Oldham Athletic1
 
Fulham1
 
 
 
Oldham Athletic2
 
Doncaster Rovers0
 
 
 
Crystal Palace2
 
Crystal Palace1
 
 
 
Grimsby Town0
 
Crystal Palace2
 
 
 
Tottenham Hotspur0
 
Tranmere Rovers0
 
 
 
Tottenham Hotspur7
 
Watford (a.e.t.)3
 
 
 
Wolverhampton Wanderers2
 
Bristol City1
 
 
 
Huddersfield Town0
 
Bristol City2
 
 
 
Bolton Wanderers1
 
Bolton Wanderers5
 
 
 
Walsall2
 
Bristol City0
 
 
 
Wolverhampton Wanderers1
 
Shrewsbury Town2 (3)
 
 
 
Stoke City2 (2)
 
Shrewsbury Town2 (2)
 
 
 
Wolverhampton Wanderers2 (3)
 
Wolverhampton Wanderers2
 
 
 
Liverpool1
 
Wolverhampton Wanderers2
 
 
 
Manchester United1
 
Chelsea2
 
 
 
Nottingham Forest0
 
Chelsea3
 
 
 
Sheffield Wednesday0
 
Sheffield Wednesday0 (1)
 
 
 
Luton Town0 (0)
 
Chelsea0
 
 
 
Manchester United2
 
Blackpool0
 
 
 
Arsenal3
 
Arsenal1
 
 
 
Manchester United3
 
Manchester United2
 
 
Reading0
 

Top scorers

Rank Player Club Goals[10]
1 Republic of Ireland Padraig Amond Newport County 5
2 England Alfie May Doncaster Rovers 4
Republic of Ireland Paddy Madden Fleetwood Town
England Ivan Toney Peterborough United
England Connor Jennings Tranmere Rovers
Republic of Ireland Matt Doherty Wolverhampton Wanderers
Mexico Raúl Jiménez Wolverhampton Wanderers
6 England Shaquile Coulthirst Barnet 3
England Cauley Woodrow Barnsley
Northern Ireland Josh Magennis Bolton Wanderers
France Neal Maupay Brentford
Montserrat Lyle Taylor Charlton Athletic
England Tom Denton Chesterfield
England Herbie Kane Doncaster Rovers
England John Marquis Doncaster Rovers
England Phil Foden Manchester City
Jamaica Jamille Matt Newport County
Democratic Republic of the Congo Kabongo Tshimanga Oxford City
Nigeria Fejiri Okenabirhie Shrewsbury Town
Tanzania Adi Yussuf Solihull Moors
England Nathan Redmond Southampton
Kosovo Bersant Celina Swansea
Spain Fernando Llorente Tottenham Hotspur
England Andy Cook Walsall

Television rights

The following matches were broadcast live on UK television:

Round BT Sport BBC
First Round Proper Maidenhead United v Portsmouth
Port Vale v Sunderland
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Oldham Athletic
Oxford City v Tranmere Rovers (replay)
Salford City v Shrewsbury Town (replay)
Haringey Borough v AFC Wimbledon
Second Round Proper F.C. Halifax Town v AFC Wimbledon
Wrexham v Newport County
Guiseley v Fleetwood Town
Southport v Tranmere Rovers (replay)
Blackpool v Solihull Moors (replay)
Solihull Moors v Blackpool
Third Round Proper Tranmere Rovers v Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester United v Reading
Blackpool v Arsenal
Woking v Watford
Blackburn Rovers v Newcastle United (replay)
Newport County v Leicester City
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Liverpool
Southampton v Derby County (replay)
Fourth Round Proper Accrington Stanley v Derby County
AFC Wimbledon v West Ham United
Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur
Barnet v Brentford
Newport County v Middlesbrough (replay)
Arsenal v Manchester United
Millwall v Everton
Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday
West Bromwich Albion v Brighton & Hove Albion (replay)
Fifth Round Proper Queens Park Rangers v Watford
Brighton & Hove Albion v Derby County
Newport County v Manchester City
Bristol City v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Doncaster Rovers v Crystal Palace
Swansea City v Brentford (BBC Wales)
Chelsea v Manchester United
Quarter-finals Watford v Crystal Palace
Swansea City v Manchester City
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Manchester United
Millwall v Brighton & Hove Albion
Semi finals Watford v Wolverhampton Wanderers Manchester City v Brighton
Final Manchester City v Watford

References

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External links

2018–19 EFL Cup

The 2018–19 EFL Cup was the 59th season of the EFL Cup. Also known as the Carabao Cup for sponsorship reasons, the competition was open to all 92 clubs participating in the Premier League and the English Football League. The first round was played on 14 August 2018, ten days after the start of the Football League season. Manchester City successfully defended their title, their first step in becoming the first English team to complete a domestic treble for the football season, as they later won the 2018–19 Premier League and the 2018–19 FA Cup. The final was held at Wembley Stadium in London on 24 February 2019.

2018–19 FA Cup qualifying rounds

The 2018–19 FA Cup qualifying rounds open the 138th 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 teams were accepted for the competition, one fewer than the previous year's 737. The large number (644) of non-League teams 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.

2018–19 Premier League

The 2018–19 Premier League was the 27th season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The season started on 10 August 2018 and concluded on 12 May 2019. Fixtures for the 2018–19 season were announced on 14 June 2018. The league was contested by the top 17 teams from the 2017–18 season as well as Wolverhampton Wanderers, Cardiff City and Fulham, who joined as the promoted clubs from the 2017–18 EFL Championship. They replaced West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City and Stoke City who were relegated to the 2018–19 EFL Championship.Defending champions Manchester City won their fourth Premier League title, and sixth English top-flight title overall. They won their last 14 league games and retained the league title on the final day of the season, finishing on 98 points. Liverpool finished runners-up with 97 points – the highest total in English top-flight history for a second-placed team. This was Manchester City’s second step in becoming the first English team to complete a domestic treble, as they earlier won the 2018–19 EFL Cup and would later win the 2018–19 FA Cup.

2019 FA Cup Final

The 2019 FA Cup Final was the 138th FA Cup Final, the final match of the 2018–19 FA Cup. It was played at Wembley Stadium in London, England, on 18 May 2019, contested by Manchester City and Watford. Manchester City won the match 6–0, with two goals each from Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling, and one each from David Silva and man of the match Kevin De Bruyne, in only the third time a team has scored six goals in an FA Cup Final. The margin of victory is the joint largest in an FA Cup Final, equalling Bury's 6–0 win over Derby County in 1903. The win completed City a domestic treble, unprecedented for any English teams. Since Manchester City have already qualified for the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League, Wolverhampton Wanderers will enter the 2019–20 UEFA Europa League in the second qualifying round.

The match was the fourth time that the two teams had been drawn against each other – although the first, in the 1985–86 season, required two replays – and the first time in which they had played against each other later than the Fourth Round. Manchester City have won two of their previous meetings and Watford one. It was Manchester City's 11th appearance in the FA Cup final, whereas it was only Watford's second.

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After joining Athletic Bilbao in 2010 at the age of 16, he became only the second French player – after Bixente Lizarazu – to play for them, going on to make 220 competitive appearances for the club and score ten goals. In January 2018, he signed for Manchester City.Laporte won 51 caps for France at youth level.

Bernardo Silva

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Born in Lisbon, Silva came through Benfica's youth academy. In 2013, he began playing for the club's reserve side and was promoted to the first team the following season. He was on loan at the Ligue 1 side Monaco during the 2014–15 season, with Les Monégasques making the move permanent in the winter of 2015. After winning the national championship with them in 2017, Silva was sold to the English club Manchester City for a reported fee of £43.5 million. He subsequently won the Premier League and EFL Cup in his first season in England, following this up with a domestic treble the following season.

Silva made his senior debut for Portugal in 2015 after previously being capped by Portugal youth teams at under-21 and under-19 levels. He was chosen in Portugal's squads for the 2017 Confederations Cup, 2018 World Cup and 2018–19 UEFA Nations League, winning the latter tournament.

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Born in Gelsenkirchen, Gündoğan came through VfL Bochum's youth academy. In 2008, he began playing for the club's reserve side before joining 1. FC Nürnberg the following season. He was then acquired by Borussia Dortmund in 2011, winning the double of Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal in his first season. In 2013, he helped die Borussen reach their first UEFA Champions League Final since 1996–97. After playing a total of 157 matches and scoring 15 goals for the club, Gündoğan signed for Manchester City for an estimated transfer fee of £21 million in the summer of 2016. He won the Premier League and EFL Cup in 2018 and 2019, as well as the FA Cup in 2019.

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9 November 2018 Haringey Borough (7)0–1AFC Wimbledon (3)Tottenham, London
19:55 GMT Report Pinnock Goal 90' Stadium: Coles Park
Attendance: 2,710
Referee: Michael Salisbury
10 November 2018 Maidenhead United (5)0–4Portsmouth (3)Maidenhead
12:30 GMT Report B. Thompson Goal 42'
Hawkins Goal 55'
Lowe Goal 60'
Wheeler Goal 83'
Stadium: York Road
Attendance: 3,205
Referee: Dean Whitestone
10 November 2018 Maidstone United (5)2–1Macclesfield Town (4)Maidstone
15:00 GMT Powell Goal 51'
Turgott Goal 69' (pen.)
Report Stevens Goal 14' Stadium: Gallagher Stadium
Attendance: 2,169
Referee: Neil Hair
10 November 2018 Ebbsfleet United (5)0–0Cheltenham Town (4)Northfleet
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Stonebridge Road
Attendance: 1,624
Referee: John Busby
20 November 2018 ReplayCheltenham Town (4)2–0Ebbsfleet United (5)Cheltenham
19:45 GMT Barnett Goal 66'
Addai Goal 90+4'
Report Stadium: Whaddon Road
Attendance: 1,435
Referee: Chris Sarginson
10 November 2018 Swindon Town (4)2–1York City (6)Swindon
15:00 GMT Twine Goal 12'
Alzate Goal 76'
Report Ferguson Goal 43' Stadium: County Ground
Attendance: 3,744
Referee: Carl Brook
10 November 2018 Torquay United (6)0–1Woking (6)Torquay
15:00 GMT Report Kretzschmar Goal 48' (pen.) Stadium: Plainmoor
Attendance: 2,419
Referee: Declan Bourne
10 November 2018 Scunthorpe United (3)2–1Burton Albion (3)Scunthorpe
15:00 GMT Perch Goal 16'
Novak Goal 33'
Report Boyce Goal 79' Stadium: Glanford Park
Attendance: 2,260
Referee: Andy Haines
10 November 2018 Aldershot Town (5)1–1Bradford City (3)Aldershot
15:00 GMT Fowler Goal 12' Report Knight-Percival Goal 71' Stadium: The EBB Stadium
Attendance: 2,455
Referee: Paul Marsden
20 November 2018 ReplayBradford City (3)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(4–1 p)
Aldershot Town (5)Bradford
19:45 GMT Fowler Goal 101' (o.g.) Report Howell Goal 108' Stadium: Valley Parade
Attendance: 2,248
Referee: Graham Salisbury
Penalties
Doyle Penalty scored
Brünker Penalty scored
L. O'Brien Penalty scored
Payne Penalty scored
Penalty missed McClure
Penalty missed Osho
Penalty scored McDonnell
10 November 2018 Grimsby Town (4)3–1Milton Keynes Dons (4)Cleethorpes
15:00 GMT Embleton Goal 50'
Thomas Goal 61'
Vernam Goal 73'
Report Agard Goal 23' Stadium: Blundell Park
Attendance: 1,991
Referee: Carl Boveson
10 November 2018 Bromley (5)1–3Peterborough United (3)Bromley, London
15:00 GMT Johnson Goal 40' Report Godden Goal 48'56'
Ward Goal 84'
Stadium: Hayes Lane
Attendance: 3,107
Referee: Kevin Johnson
10 November 2018 Southport (6)2–0Boreham Wood (5)Southport
15:00 GMT Winnard Goal 29'
Gilchrist Goal 70'
Report Stadium: Haig Avenue
Attendance: 1,460
Referee: Marc Edwards
10 November 2018 Plymouth Argyle (3)1–0Stevenage (4)Plymouth
15:00 GMT Lameiras Goal 90 +4' Report Stadium: Home Park
Attendance: 5,719
Referee: Alan Young
10 November 2018 Chesterfield (5)1–1Billericay Town (6)Chesterfield
15:00 GMT Maguire Goal 17' Report Emmanuel Goal 52' Stadium: Proact Stadium
Attendance: 2,952
Referee: Martin Woods
20 November 2018 ReplayBillericay Town (6)1–3Chesterfield (5)Billericay
19:45 GMT Kizzi Goal 63' Report Denton Goal 40'65'87' Stadium: New Lodge
Attendance: 2,493
Referee: Jacob Miles
10 November 2018 Lincoln City (4)3–2Northampton Town (4)Lincoln
15:00 GMT Anderson Goal 16'
Pett Goal 52'
Andrade Goal 90+2'
Report Bridge Goal 55'
van Veen Goal 81'
Stadium: Sincil Bank
Attendance: 6,012
Referee: Graham Salisbury
10 November 2018 Yeovil Town (4)1–3Stockport County (6)Yeovil
15:00 GMT Fisher Goal 8' Report Warburton Goal 34'
Bell Goal 38'
Mulhern Goal 62'
Stadium: Huish Park
Attendance: 2,550
Referee: David Rock
10 November 2018 Bury (4)5–0Dover Athletic (5)Bury
15:00 GMT O'Shea Goal 12'
Mayor Goal 18'
Moore Goal 36'64'
Telford Goal 90+1'
Report Stadium: Gigg Lane
Attendance: 2,355
Referee: Richard Hulme
10 November 2018 Gillingham (3)0–0Hartlepool United (5)Gillingham
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Priestfield Stadium
Attendance: 2,224
Referee: Brett Huxtable
21 November 2018 ReplayHartlepool United (5)3–4 (a.e.t.)Gillingham (3)Hartlepool
19:45 GMT Magnay Goal 21'
McLaughlin Goal 32'
O'Neill Goal 114'
Report Ehmer Goal 50'
Eaves Goal 90+6' (pen.)
O'Neill Goal 102'
List Goal 107'
Stadium: Victoria Park
Attendance: 1,873
Referee: Scott Oldham
10 November 2018 Oxford United (3)0–0Forest Green Rovers (4)Oxford
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Kassam Stadium
Attendance: 3,933
Referee: Nick Kinseley
20 November 2018 ReplayForest Green Rovers (4)0–3Oxford United (3)Nailsworth
19:45 GMT Report Henry Goal 36'
Mackie Goal 47'
Browne Goal 78'
Stadium: The New Lawn
Attendance: 1,614
Referee: Trevor Kettle
10 November 2018 Tranmere Rovers (4)3–3Oxford City (6)Birkenhead
15:00 GMT Jennings Goal 34'78'
Norwood Goal 89'
Report Tshimanga Goal 39'66'82' Stadium: Prenton Park
Attendance: 4,206
Referee: Daniel Middleton
20 November 2018 ReplayOxford City (6)0–2Tranmere Rovers (4)Marston, Oxford
19:45 GMT Report Norwood Goal 6'
Mullin Goal 30'
Stadium: Court Place Farm
Attendance: 1,172
Referee: Craig Hicks
10 November 2018 Accrington Stanley (3)1–0Colchester United (4)Accrington
15:00 GMT Barlaser Goal 34' Report Stadium: Crown Ground
Attendance: 1,267
Referee: Martin Coy
10 November 2018 Barnsley (3)4–0Notts County (4)Barnsley
15:00 GMT Woodrow Goal 48'
Fryers Goal 53'
Potts Goal 77'
Moore Goal 81'
Report Stadium: Oakwell
Attendance: 5,878
Referee: Sebastian Stockbridge
10 November 2018 Metropolitan Police (7)0–2Newport County (4)East Molesey, London
15:00 GMT Report Amond Goal 41'
Matt Goal 48'
Stadium: Imber Court
Attendance: 1,137
Referee: Matt Donohue
10 November 2018 Walsall (3)3–2Coventry City (3)Walsall
15:00 GMT Cook Goal 12'
Ginnelly Goal 28'
Devlin Goal 77'
Report Clarke-Harris Goal 33'
Thomas Goal 56'
Stadium: Bescot Stadium
Attendance: 4,760
Referee: Thomas Bramall
10 November 2018 Rochdale (3)2–1Gateshead (5)Rochdale
15:00 GMT Mellish Goal 21' (o.g.)
Henderson Goal 23'
Report Mellish Goal 49' Stadium: Spotland Stadium
Attendance: 2,415
Referee: Peter Wright
10 November 2018 Sutton United (5)0–0Slough Town (6)Sutton, London
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Gander Green Lane
Attendance: 1,830
Referee: Sam Purkiss
20 November 2018 ReplaySlough Town (6)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(8–7 p)
Sutton United (5)Slough
19:45 GMT Dobson Goal 81' Report Beautyman Goal 9' Stadium: Arbour Park
Attendance: 1,360
Referee: Brett Huxtable
Penalties
Stevens Penalty scored
Dobson Penalty scored
Williams Penalty scored
Dunn Penalty scored
Harris Penalty scored
S. Togwell Penalty missed
Turner Penalty scored
Nisbet Penalty scored
Wells Penalty scored
Penalty scored Collins
Penalty scored Eastmond
Penalty scored Cadogan
Penalty scored Beautyman
Penalty scored Clough
Penalty missed Bolarinwa
Penalty scored Drinan
Penalty scored Worner
Penalty missed Beckwith
10 November 2018 Exeter City (4)2–3Blackpool (3)Exeter
15:00 GMT Tillson Goal 69'
Abrahams Goal 90'
Report Dodoo Goal 3'
Cullen Goal 19'
Pritchard Goal 24'
Stadium: St James Park
Attendance: 3,188
Referee: Lee Collins
10 November 2018 Luton Town (3)2–0Wycombe Wanderers (3)Luton
15:00 GMT Shinnie Goal 41'
Cornick Goal 71'
Report Stadium: Kenilworth Road
Attendance: 5,343
Referee: Craig Hicks
10 November 2018 Morecambe (4)0–0F.C. Halifax Town (5)Morecambe
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Globe Arena
Attendance: 1,736
Referee: Darren Drysdale
20 November 2018 ReplayF.C. Halifax Town (5)1–0Morecambe (4)Halifax
19:45 GMT King Goal 12' Report Stadium: The Shay
Attendance: 1,218
Referee: Martin Coy
10 November 2018 Crewe Alexandra (4)0–1Carlisle United (4)Crewe
15:00 GMT Report Devitt Goal 90' Stadium: Gresty Road
Attendance: 2,467
Referee: Lee Swabey
10 November 2018 Southend United (3)1–1Crawley Town (4)Southend-on-Sea
15:00 GMT Kightly Goal 9' Report White Goal 85' (o.g.) Stadium: Roots Hall
Attendance: 3,935
Referee: Scott Oldham
20 November 2018 ReplayCrawley Town (4)2–6 (a.e.t.)Southend United (3)Crawley
19:45 GMT Palmer Goal 55'68' Report Doherty Goal 17' (o.g.)
Bunn Goal 31'
Cox Goal 92'
White Goal 97'
Mantom Goal 106'
McLaughlin Goal 114'
Stadium: Broadfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,120
Referee: Charles Breakspear
11 November 2018 Mansfield Town (4)1–1Charlton Athletic (3)Mansfield
12:45 GMT Hamilton Goal 45' Report Stevenson Goal 73' Stadium: Field Mill
Attendance: 3,204
Referee: Ollie Yates
20 November 2018 ReplayCharlton Athletic (3)5–0Mansfield Town (4)Charlton, London
19:45 GMT Taylor Goal 11'52'85'
Marshall Goal 81'
Ajose Goal 90+1'
Report Stadium: The Valley
Attendance: 1,910
Referee: Kevin Johnson
11 November 2018 Chorley (6)2–2Doncaster Rovers (3)Chorley
12:45 GMT O'Keefe Goal 2'
Meppen-Walter Goal 43'
Report Kane Goal 11'77' Stadium: Victory Park
Attendance: 3,239
Referee: Ross Joyce
20 November 2018 ReplayDoncaster Rovers (3)7–0Chorley (6)Doncaster
19:45 GMT May Goal 7'30'36'81'
Blair Goal 21'
Kane Goal 28'
Marquis Goal 85'
Report Stadium: Keepmoat Stadium
Attendance: 3,048
Referee: Darren Drysdale
11 November 2018 Alfreton Town (6)1–4Fleetwood Town (3)Alfreton
12:45 GMT Sinnott Goal 70' Report Madden Goal 13'60' (pen.)
Hunter Goal 20'
Garner Goal 90+2'
Stadium: North Street
Attendance: 827
Referee: Christopher Sarginson
11 November 2018 Barnet (5)1–1Bristol Rovers (3)Canons Park, London
12:45 GMT Robson Goal 16' Report Lines Goal 66' (pen.) Stadium: The Hive Stadium
Attendance: 1,705
Referee: Robert Lewis
21 November 2018 ReplayBristol Rovers (3)1–2Barnet (5)Horfield, Bristol
19:45 GMT Nichols Goal 62' Report Robson Goal 75'
Harrison Goal 77'
Stadium: Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 2,740
Referee: Lee Swabey
11 November 2018 Shrewsbury Town (3)1–1Salford City (5)Shrewsbury
12:45 GMT Norburn Goal 25' Report Rooney Goal 27' Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 4,351
Referee: Ben Toner
21 November 2018 ReplaySalford City (5)1–3Shrewsbury Town (3)Salford
19:45 GMT Rooney Goal Report Okenabirhie Goal 33'90+3'
Docherty Goal 63'
Stadium: Moor Lane
Attendance: 2,432
Referee: Seb Stockbridge
11 November 2018 Hitchin Town (7)0–2Solihull Moors (5)Hitchin
12:45 GMT Report Yussuf Goal 72' (pen.)
Wright Goal 78'
Stadium: Top Field
Attendance: 3,148
Referee: Andrew Miller
11 November 2018 Guiseley (6)4–3Cambridge United (4)Guiseley
12:45 GMT Hatfield Goal 25'
Moyo Goal 40'
Felix Goal 48'
James Goal 55'
Report Ibehre Goal 65'90+2'
Maris Goal 89'
Stadium: Nethermoor Park
Attendance: 1,097
Referee: Trevor Kettle
11 November 2018 Weston-super-Mare (6)0–2Wrexham (5)Weston-super-Mare
12:45 GMT Report Summerfield Goal 51'
Beavon Goal 81'
Stadium: Woodspring Stadium
Attendance: 1,170
Referee: Leigh Doughty
11 November 2018 Port Vale (4)1–2Sunderland (3)Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent
14:30 GMT Pope Goal 35' Report Honeyman Goal 1'
Gooch Goal 19'
Stadium: Vale Park
Attendance: 7,238
Referee: Anthony Backhouse
12 November 2018 Hampton & Richmond Borough (6)1–2Oldham Athletic (4)Hampton, London
19:45 GMT Dickson Goal 15' (pen.) Report Hunt Goal 88'
Lang Goal 90+4'
Stadium: Beveree Stadium
Attendance: 2,720
Referee: Tom Nield
30 November 2018 Solihull Moors (5)0–0Blackpool (3)Solihull
19:55 GMT Report Stadium: Damson Park
Attendance: 3,005
Referee: Ross Joyce
18 December 2018 ReplayBlackpool (3)3–2 (a.e.t.)Solihull Moors (5)Blackpool
19:45 GMT Gnanduillet Goal 10'
Dodoo Goal 19'
Spearing Goal 105' (pen.)
Report Yussuf Goal 33'51' (pen.) Stadium: Bloomfield Road
Attendance: 1,441
Referee: Andy Haines
1 December 2018 F.C. Halifax Town (5)1–3AFC Wimbledon (3)Halifax
12:30 GMT Hanson Goal 86' (o.g.) Report Purrington Goal 42'
Wordsworth Goal 73'
Pigott Goal 75'
Stadium: The Shay
Attendance: 2,044
Referee: Ben Toner
1 December 2018 Southend United (3)2–4Barnsley (3)Southend-on-Sea
15:00 GMT Mantom Goal 45+4'
Dieng Goal 84'
Report Moore Goal 41'
Woodrow Goal 56'70'
Bähre Goal 90+5'
Stadium: Roots Hall
Attendance: 3,616
Referee: Paul Marsden
1 December 2018 Peterborough United (3)2–2Bradford City (3)Peterborough
15:00 GMT Toney Goal 29'
Dembélé Goal 45+1'
Report Mellor Goal 84'
Colville Goal 89'
Stadium: London Road Stadium
Attendance: 3,750
Referee: Trevor Kettle
11 December 2018 ReplayBradford City (3)4–4 (a.e.t.)
(2–3 p)
Peterborough United (3)Bradford
19:45 GMT Miller Goal 22'72'
Ball Goal 53'
Caddis Goal 58'
Report Toney Goal 18'20'84'
Maddison Goal 45+4'
Stadium: Valley Parade
Attendance: 3,486
Referee: Ross Joyce
Penalties
Doyle Penalty scored
Henry Penalty missed
L. O'Brien Penalty scored
Payne Penalty missed
Caddis Penalty missed
Penalty scored Maddison
Penalty missed Toney
Penalty scored Godden
Penalty scored Walker
1 December 2018 Maidstone United (5)0–2Oldham Athletic (4)Maidstone
15:00 GMT Report Clarke Goal 17'
O'Grady Goal 84'
Stadium: Gallagher Stadium
Attendance: 3,560
Referee: Alan Young
1 December 2018 Lincoln City (4)2–0Carlisle United (4)Lincoln
15:00 GMT Rhead Goal 1'
Akinde Goal 86'
Report Stadium: Sincil Bank
Attendance: 6,438
Referee: Dean Whitestone
1 December 2018 Plymouth Argyle (3)1–2Oxford United (3)Plymouth
15:00 GMT Sarcevic Goal 67' Report Henry Goal 49'
Brannagan Goal 53'
Stadium: Home Park
Attendance: 5,984
Referee: Peter Wright
1 December 2018 Walsall (3)1–1Sunderland (3)Walsall
15:00 GMT Cook Goal 53' Report McGeady Goal 37' Stadium: Bescot Stadium
Attendance: 3,140
Referee: Carl Boyeson
11 December 2018 ReplaySunderland (3)0–1Walsall (3)Sunderland
19:45 GMT Report Kinsella Goal 52' Stadium: Stadium of Light
Attendance: 8,212
Referee: Michael Salisbury
1 December 2018 Accrington Stanley (3)3–1Cheltenham Town (4)Accrington
15:00 GMT Zanzala Goal 49'
Kee Goal 66' (pen.)
Clark Goal 78'
Report Addai Goal 73' Stadium: Crown Ground
Attendance: 1,006
Referee: Andy Haines
1 December 2018 Charlton Athletic (3)0–2Doncaster Rovers (3)Charlton
15:00 GMT Report Butler Goal 66'
Marquis Goal 77'
Stadium: The Valley
Attendance: 3,249
Referee: Brett Huxtable
1 December 2018 Wrexham (5)0–0Newport County (4)Wrexham
20:00 GMT Report Stadium: Racecourse Ground
Attendance: 5,295
Referee: Craig Hicks
11 December 2018 ReplayNewport County (4)4–0Wrexham (5)Newport
19:45 GMT Amond Goal 49'
Matt Goal 59'
Carrington Goal 65' (o.g.)
Butler Goal 90+1'
Report Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 4,143
Referee: Kevin Johnson
2 December 2018 Bury (4)0–1Luton Town (3)Bury
14:00 GMT Report Cornick Goal 42' Stadium: Gigg Lane
Attendance: 2,977
Referee: Thomas Bramall
2 December 2018 Tranmere Rovers (4)1–1Southport (6)Birkenhead
14:00 GMT Smith Goal 18' Report Bauress Goal 70' Stadium: Prenton Park
Attendance: 4,701
Referee: Anthony Backhouse
17 December 2018 ReplaySouthport (6)0–2Tranmere Rovers (4)Southport
19:45 GMT Report Jennings Goal 14'43' Stadium: Haig Avenue
Attendance: 5,414
Referee: Thomas Bramall
2 December 2018 Shrewsbury Town (3)1–0Scunthorpe United (3)Shrewsbury
14:00 GMT Amadi-Holloway Goal 35' Report Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 3,427
Referee: Ben Toner
2 December 2018 Chesterfield (5)0–2Grimsby Town (4)Chesterfield
14:00 GMT Report Vernam Goal 37'
Clifton Goal 70'
Stadium: Proact Stadium
Attendance: 4,537
Referee: Michael Salisbury
2 December 2018 Swindon Town (4)0–1Woking (6)Swindon
14:00 GMT Report Hyde Goal 54' Stadium: County Ground
Attendance: 3,654
Referee: Matthew Donohue
2 December 2018 Barnet (5)1–0Stockport County (6)Canons Park, London
14:00 GMT Sparkes Goal 8' Report Stadium: The Hive Stadium
Attendance: 2,826
Referee: Scott Oldham
2 December 2018 Rochdale (3)0–1Portsmouth (3)Rochdale
14:00 GMT Report Green Goal 90' Stadium: Spotland Stadium
Attendance: 2,555
Referee: Sebastian Stockbridge
2 December 2018 Slough Town (6)0–1Gillingham (3)Slough
14:00 GMT Report Oldaker Goal 48' Stadium: Arbour Park
Attendance: 2,084
Referee: Christopher Sarginson
3 December 2018 Guiseley (6)1–2Fleetwood Town (3)Guiseley
20:00 GMT Purver Goal 33' Report Madden Goal 28'
Burns Goal 31'
Stadium: Nethermoor Park
Attendance: 2,324
Referee: John Busby
4 January 2019 Tranmere Rovers (4)0–7Tottenham Hotspur (1)Birkenhead
19:45 GMT Report Aurier Goal 40'55'
Llorente Goal 48'71'72'
Son Goal 57'
Kane Goal 82'
Stadium: Prenton Park
Attendance: 12,553
Referee: Andre Marriner
5 January 2019 Sheffield Wednesday (2)0–0Luton Town (3)Sheffield
12:30 GMT Report Stadium: Hillsborough
Attendance: 16,974
Referee: Robert Jones
15 January 2019 ReplayLuton Town (3)0–1Sheffield Wednesday (2)Luton
19:45 GMT Report Nuhiu Goal 46' Stadium: Kenilworth Road
Attendance: 9,259
Referee: Tim Robinson
5 January 2019 Manchester United (1)2–0Reading (2)Manchester
12:30 GMT Mata Goal 22' (pen.)
Lukaku Goal 45+4'
Report Stadium: Old Trafford
Attendance: 73,918
Referee: Stuart Attwell
5 January 2019 Shrewsbury Town (3)1–1Stoke City (2)Shrewsbury
12:30 GMT Norburn Goal 45+4' (pen.) Report Crouch Goal 78' Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 7,512
Referee: David Webb
15 January 2019 ReplayStoke City (2)2–3Shrewsbury Town (3)Stoke-on-Trent
20:00 GMT Campbell Goal 20'36' Report Bolton Goal 71'
Okenabirhie Goal 77' (pen.)
Laurent Goal 81'
Stadium: bet365
Attendance: 10,261
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
5 January 2019 Bournemouth (1)1–3Brighton & Hove Albion (1)Bournemouth
12:30 GMT Pugh Goal 55' Report Knockaert Goal 31'
Bissouma Goal 34'
Andone Goal 64'
Stadium: Dean Court
Attendance: 10,522
Referee: Michael Oliver
5 January 2019 West Ham United (1)2–0Birmingham City (2)Stratford, London
12:30 GMT Arnautović Goal 2'
Carroll Goal 90+1'
Report Stadium: London Stadium
Attendance: 54,840
Referee: Roger East
5 January 2019 Burnley (1)1–0Barnsley (3)Burnley
12:30 GMT Wood Goal 90+2' (pen.) Report Stadium: Turf Moor
Attendance: 11,053
Referee: Simon Hooper
5 January 2019 West Bromwich Albion (2)1–0Wigan Athletic (2)West Bromwich
12:30 GMT Sako Goal 31' Report Stadium: The Hawthorns
Attendance: 15,465
Referee: Keith Stroud
5 January 2019 Bolton Wanderers (2)5–2Walsall (3)Bolton
15:00 GMT Donaldson Goal 58'
Magennis Goal 61'80'87'
Guthrie Goal 63' (o.g.)
Report Cook Goal 19'
Beevers Goal 68' (o.g.)
Stadium: University of Bolton Stadium
Attendance: 5,506
Referee: Darren England
5 January 2019 Gillingham (3)1–0Cardiff City (1)Gillingham
15:00 GMT List Goal 81' Report Stadium: Priestfield Stadium
Attendance: 7,090
Referee: Tim Robinson
5 January 2019 Brentford (2)1–0Oxford United (3)Brentford, London
15:00 GMT Maupay Goal 80' (pen.) Report Stadium: Griffin Park
Attendance: 6,106
Referee: Jeremy Simpson
5 January 2019 Everton (1)2–1Lincoln City (4)Liverpool
15:00 GMT Lookman Goal 12'
Bernard Goal 14'
Report Bostwick Goal 28' Stadium: Goodison Park
Attendance: 37,900
Referee: John Brooks
5 January 2019 Chelsea (1)2–0Nottingham Forest (2)Fulham, London
15:00 GMT Morata Goal 49'59' Report Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 40,544
Referee: Andy Madley
5 January 2019 Derby County (2)2–2Southampton (1)Derby
15:00 GMT Marriott Goal 58'
Lawrence Goal 61'
Report Redmond Goal 4'48' Stadium: Pride Park Stadium
Attendance: 17,095
Referee: Oliver Langford
16 January 2019 ReplaySouthampton (1)2–2 (a.e.t.)
(3–5 p)
Derby County (2)Southampton
Armstrong Goal 68'
Redmond Goal 70'
Report Wilson Goal 76'
Waghorn Goal 82'
Stadium: St Mary's
Attendance: 14,651
Referee: Anthony Taylor
Penalties
Ward-Prowse Penalty scored
Redmond Penalty missed
Vestergaard Penalty scored
Targett Penalty scored
Penalty scored Waghorn
Penalty scored Nugent
Penalty scored Mount
Penalty scored Lawrence
Penalty scored Keogh
5 January 2019 Accrington Stanley (3)1–0Ipswich Town (2)Accrington
15:00 GMT Kee Goal 76' Report Stadium: Crown Ground
Attendance: 2,869
Referee: Dean Whitestone
5 January 2019 Fleetwood Town (3)2–3AFC Wimbledon (3)Fleetwood
15:00 GMT Madden Goal 70'
Evans Goal 72' (pen.)
Report Barcham Goal 16'
Hartigan Goal 55'
Appiah Goal 89'
Stadium: Highbury Stadium
Attendance: 2,131
Referee: Ross Joyce
5 January 2019 Middlesbrough (2)5–0Peterborough United (3)Middlesbrough
15:00 GMT Assombalonga Goal 47'
Friend Goal 50'
Wing Goal 62'70'
Fletcher Goal 87'
Report Stadium: Riverside Stadium
Attendance: 11,647
Referee: James Linington
5 January 2019 Aston Villa (2)0–3Swansea City (2)Birmingham
15:00 GMT Report Baker-Richardson Goal 2'
Dyer Goal 47'
Fulton Goal 78'
Stadium: Villa Park
Attendance: 30,572
Referee: Gavin Ward
5 January 2019 Newcastle United (1)1–1Blackburn Rovers (2)Newcastle upon Tyne
17:30 GMT Ritchie Goal 84' (pen.) Report Dack Goal 56' Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 36,440
Referee: Kevin Friend
15 January 2019 ReplayBlackburn Rovers (2)2–4 (a.e.t.)Newcastle United (1)Blackburn
19:45 GMT Armstrong Goal 33'
Lenihan Goal 45+1'
Report Longstaff Goal 1'
Roberts Goal 22'
Joselu Goal 105+3'
Pérez Goal 106'
Stadium: Ewood Park
Attendance: 14,228
Referee: Lee Probert
5 January 2019 Crystal Palace (1)1–0Grimsby Town (4)Selhurst, London
17:30 GMT J. Ayew Goal 87' Report Stadium: Selhurst Park
Attendance: 19,967
Referee: Martin Atkinson
5 January 2019 Bristol City (2)1–0Huddersfield Town (1)Bristol
17:30 GMT Brownhill Goal 72' Report Stadium: Ashton Gate
Attendance: 12,179
Referee: Peter Bankes
5 January 2019 Blackpool (3)0–3Arsenal (1)Blackpool
17:30 GMT Report Willock Goal 11'37'
Iwobi Goal 82'
Stadium: Bloomfield Road
Attendance: 8,955
Referee: Mike Dean
5 January 2019 Norwich City (2)0–1Portsmouth (3)Norwich
17:30 GMT Report Green Goal 90+4' Stadium: Carrow Road
Attendance: 23,201
Referee: Darren Bond
6 January 2019 Millwall (2)2–1Hull City (2)Bermondsey, London
14:00 GMT Ferguson Goal 82'85' Report Toral Goal 52' Stadium: The Den
Attendance: 5,307
Referee: Andy Woolmer
6 January 2019 Preston North End (2)1–3Doncaster Rovers (3)Preston
14:00 GMT Hughes Goal 56' Report Marquis Goal 5'
Anderson Goal 72'
Wilks Goal 87'
Stadium: Deepdale
Attendance: 8,101
Referee: Andy Davies
6 January 2019 Fulham (1)1–2Oldham Athletic (4)Fulham, London
14:00 GMT Odoi Goal 52' Report Surridge Goal 76' (pen.)
Lang Goal 88'
Stadium: Craven Cottage
Attendance: 16,134
Referee: Anthony Taylor
6 January 2019 Manchester City (1)7–0Rotherham United (2)Manchester
14:00 GMT Sterling Goal 12'
Foden Goal 43'
Ajayi Goal 45+1' (o.g.)
Gabriel Jesus Goal 52'
Mahrez Goal 73'
Otamendi Goal 78'
Sané Goal 85'
Report Stadium: City of Manchester Stadium
Attendance: 52,708
Referee: David Coote
6 January 2019 Woking (6)0–2Watford (1)Woking
14:00 GMT Report Hughes Goal 13'
Deeney Goal 74'
Stadium: Kingfield Stadium
Attendance: 5,717
Referee: Graham Scott
6 January 2019 Queens Park Rangers (2)2–1Leeds United (2)Shepherd's Bush, London
14:00 GMT Oteh Goal 23' (pen.)
Bidwell Goal 75'
Report Halme Goal 25' Stadium: Loftus Road
Attendance: 11,637
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
6 January 2019 Sheffield United (2)0–1Barnet (5)Sheffield
14:00 GMT Report Coulthirst Goal 21' (pen.) Stadium: Bramall Lane
Attendance: 9,906
Referee: Tony Harrington
6 January 2019 Newport County (4)2–1Leicester City (1)Newport
16:30 GMT Matt Goal 10'
Amond Goal 85' (pen.)
Report Ghezzal Goal 82' Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 6,705
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
7 January 2019 Wolverhampton Wanderers (1)2–1Liverpool (1)Wolverhampton
19:45 GMT Jiménez Goal 38'
Neves Goal 55'
Report Origi Goal 51' Stadium: Molineux Stadium
Attendance: 25,849
Referee: Paul Tierney
25 January 2019 Bristol City (2)2–1Bolton Wanderers (2)Bristol
19:45 GMT O'Dowda Goal 8'
Eliasson Goal 30'
Report Beevers Goal 6' Stadium: Ashton Gate
Attendance: 13,747
Referee: Stuart Attwell
25 January 2019 Arsenal (1)1–3Manchester United (1)Holloway, London
19:55 GMT Aubameyang Goal 43' Report Sánchez Goal 31'
Lingard Goal 33'
Martial Goal 82'
Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 59,571
Referee: Craig Pawson
26 January 2019 Accrington Stanley (3)0–1Derby County (2)Accrington
12:30 GMT Report Waghorn Goal 78' Stadium: Crown Ground
Attendance: 5,397
Referee: Jonathan Moss
26 January 2019 Manchester City (1)5–0Burnley (1)Manchester
15:00 GMT Gabriel Jesus Goal 23'
B. Silva Goal 52'
De Bruyne Goal 61'
Long Goal 73' (o.g.)
Agüero Goal 85' (pen.)
Report Stadium: City of Manchester Stadium
Attendance: 50,121
Referee: Graham Scott
26 January 2019 Newcastle United (1)0–2Watford (1)Newcastle upon Tyne
15:00 GMT Report Gray Goal 61'
Success Goal 90'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 34,604
Referee: David Coote
26 January 2019 Brighton & Hove Albion (1)0–0West Bromwich Albion (2)Brighton and Hove
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Falmer Stadium
Attendance: 20,001
Referee: Lee Mason
6 February 2019 ReplayWest Bromwich Albion (2)1–3 (a.e.t.)Brighton & Hove Albion (1)West Bromwich
20:05 GMT Bartley Goal 77' Report Andone Goal 82'
Murray Goal 104'117'
Stadium: The Hawthorns
Attendance: 8,645
Referee: Paul Tierney
26 January 2019 Swansea City (2)4–1Gillingham (3)Swansea
15:00 GMT McBurnie Goal 10'32'
Celina Goal 73'
McKay Goal 84'
Report Rees Goal 51' Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 15,080
Referee: Darren England
26 January 2019 Middlesbrough (2)1–1Newport County (4)Middlesbrough
15:00 GMT Ayala Goal 51' Report Dolan Goal 90+3' Stadium: Riverside Stadium
Attendance: 15,794
Referee: John Brooks
5 February 2019 ReplayNewport County (4)2–0Middlesbrough (2)Newport
19:45 GMT Willmott Goal 47'
Amond Goal 67'
Report Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 6,552
Referee: Stuart Attwell
26 January 2019 Shrewsbury Town (3)2–2Wolverhampton Wanderers (1)Shrewsbury
15:00 GMT Docherty Goal 47'
Waterfall Goal 71'
Report Jiménez Goal 75'
Doherty Goal 90+3'
Stadium: New Meadow
Attendance: 9,503
Referee: Roger East
5 February 2019 ReplayWolverhampton Wanderers (1)3–2Shrewsbury Town (3)Wolverhampton
19:45 GMT Doherty Goal 2'45+6'
Cavaleiro Goal 62'
Report Bolton Goal 11'
Laurent Goal 39'
Stadium: Molineux Stadium
Attendance: 28,844
Referee: Lee Probert
26 January 2019 Portsmouth (3)1–1Queens Park Rangers (2)Portsmouth
15:00 GMT Brown Goal 63' Report Wells Goal 74' Stadium: Fratton Park
Attendance: 19,378
Referee: Gavin Ward
5 February 2019 ReplayQueens Park Rangers (2)2–0Portsmouth (3)Shepherd's Bush, London
19:45 GMT Wells Goal 70'
Smith Goal 77'
Report Stadium: Loftus Road
Attendance: 13,115
Referee: David Coote
26 January 2019 Doncaster Rovers (3)2–1Oldham Athletic (4)Doncaster
15:00 GMT Whiteman Goal 68'90' (pen.) Report Clarke Goal 84' Stadium: Keepmoat Stadium
Attendance: 11,260
Referee: Peter Bankes
26 January 2019 Millwall (2)3–2Everton (1)Bermondsey, London
17:30 GMT Gregory Goal 45+2'
Cooper Goal 75'
M. Wallace Goal 90+4'
Report Richarlison Goal 43'
Tosun Goal 72'
Stadium: The Den
Attendance: 16,354
Referee: Michael Oliver
26 January 2019 AFC Wimbledon (3)4–2West Ham United (1)Norbiton, London
19:45 GMT Appiah Goal 34'
Wagstaff Goal 41'46'
Sibbick Goal 88'
Report Pérez Goal 57'
Felipe Anderson Goal 71'
Stadium: Kingsmeadow
Attendance: 4,777
Referee: Anthony Taylor
27 January 2019 Crystal Palace (1)2–0Tottenham Hotspur (1)Selhurst, London
16:00 GMT Wickham Goal 9'
Townsend Goal 34' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Selhurst Park
Attendance: 19,491
Referee: Kevin Friend
27 January 2019 Chelsea (1)3–0Sheffield Wednesday (2)Fulham, London
18:00 GMT Willian Goal 26' (pen.)83'
Hudson-Odoi Goal 65'
Report Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 37,433
Referee: Andre Marriner
28 January 2019 Barnet (5)3–3Brentford (2)Canons Park, London
19:45 GMT Coulthirst Goal 50'53'
Sparkes Goal 75'
Report Watkins Goal 40'
Maupay Goal 60' (pen.)
Canós Goal 72'
Stadium: The Hive Stadium
Attendance: 6,215
Referee: Andrew Madley
5 February 2019 ReplayBrentford (2)3–1Barnet (5)Brentford, London
19:45 GMT Canós Goal 7'
Jeanvier Goal 32'
Maupay Goal 71'
Report Tutonda Goal 74' Stadium: Griffin Park
Attendance: 6,954
Referee: Roger East
15 February 2019 Queens Park Rangers (2)0–1Watford (1)Shepherd's Bush, London
19:45 Report Capoue Goal 45+1' Stadium: Loftus Road
Attendance: 17,212
Referee: Michael Oliver
16 February 2019 Brighton & Hove Albion (1)2–1Derby County (2)Brighton and Hove
12:30 Knockaert Goal 33'
Locadia Goal 45+2'
Report Cole Goal 81' Stadium: Falmer Stadium
Attendance: 24,562
Referee: David Coote
16 February 2019 AFC Wimbledon (3)0–1Millwall (2)Norbiton, London
15:00 Report M. Wallace Goal 5' Stadium: Kingsmeadow
Attendance: 4,795
Referee: Jonathan Moss
16 February 2019 Newport County (4)1–4Manchester City (1)Newport
17:30 Amond Goal 88' Report Sané Goal 51'
Foden Goal 75'89'
Mahrez Goal 90+4'
Stadium: Rodney Parade
Attendance: 9,680
Referee: Andre Marriner
17 February 2019 Bristol City (2)0–1Wolverhampton Wanderers (1)Bristol
13:00 Report Cavaleiro Goal 28' Stadium: Ashton Gate
Attendance: 24,394
Referee: Martin Atkinson
17 February 2019 Doncaster Rovers (3)0–2Crystal Palace (1)Doncaster
16:00 Report Schlupp Goal 8'
Meyer Goal 45+2'
Stadium: Keepmoat Stadium
Attendance: 14,010
Referee: Mike Dean
17 February 2019 Swansea City (2)4–1Brentford (2)Swansea
16:00 Daniels Goal 49' (o.g.)
James Goal 53'
Celina Goal 66'
Byers Goal 90'
Report Watkins Goal 28' Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 11,261
Referee: Stuart Attwell
18 February 2019 Chelsea (1)0–2Manchester United (1)Fulham, London
19:30 Report Herrera Goal 31'
Pogba Goal 45'
Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 40,562
Referee: Kevin Friend
16 March 2019 Watford (1)2–1Crystal Palace (1)Watford
12:15 GMT Capoue Goal 27'
Gray Goal 79'
Report Batshuayi Goal 62' Stadium: Vicarage Road
Attendance: 18,104
Referee: Kevin Friend
16 March 2019 Swansea City (2)2–3Manchester City (1)Swansea
17:20 GMT Grimes Goal 20' (pen.)
Celina Goal 29'
Report B. Silva Goal 69'
Nordfeldt Goal 78' (o.g.)
Agüero Goal 88'
Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Referee: Andre Marriner
16 March 2019 Wolverhampton Wanderers (1)2–1Manchester United (1)Wolverhampton
19:55 GMT Jiménez Goal 70'
Jota Goal 76'
Report Rashford Goal 90+5' Stadium: Molineux Stadium
Attendance: 31,004
Referee: Martin Atkinson
17 March 2019 Millwall (2)2–2 (a.e.t.)
(4–5 p)
Brighton & Hove Albion (1)Bermondsey, London
14:00 GMT Pearce Goal 70'
O'Brien Goal 79'
Report Locadia Goal 88'
March Goal 90+5'
Stadium: The Den
Attendance: 17,137
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Penalties
Williams Penalty scored
Tunnicliffe Penalty scored
Leonard Penalty scored
Romeo Penalty missed
Morison Penalty scored
Cooper Penalty missed
Penalty missed Murray
Penalty scored Locadia
Penalty scored March
Penalty scored Pröpper
Penalty scored Stephens
Penalty scored Dunk
6 April 2019 Manchester City (1)1–0Brighton & Hove Albion (1)London
17:30 Jesus Goal 4' Report Stadium: Wembley Stadium
Attendance: 71,521
Referee: Anthony Taylor
7 April 2019 Watford (1)3–2 (a.e.t.)Wolverhampton Wanderers (1)London
16:00 Deulofeu Goal 79'104'
Deeney Goal 90+4' (pen.)
Report Doherty Goal 36'
Jiménez Goal 62'
Stadium: Wembley Stadium
Attendance: 80,092
Referee: Michael Oliver
Seasons
Qualifying rounds
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