Watch Bournemouth vs Arsenal FA Cup fourth round live and free
Both Bournemouth and Arsenal would be unhappy with their current league standings. A passage into the fifth round of the FA Cup would be a welcome boost to both their managers and their fans.
The Cherries have impressed during their time in the Premier League, but find themselves in a precarious position this season with 14 matches remaining. Victory over Brighton last time out moved them to 18th and at least hinted at signs of a revival.
The Gunners sacked Unai Emery earlier in the season and are rebuilding under new man Mikel Arteta. Still, mid-table in late January is grossly unacceptable for them.
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When is the Bournemouth vs Arsenal FA Cup match?
This clash gets underway at 7am AEDT on Tuesday 28 January at Dean Court in Bournemouth.
How to watch the FA Cup in Australia
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Who will win the Bournemouth vs Arsenal FA Cup fourth round tie?
Arsenal are the most successful club in FA Cup history with 13 victories from 20 final appearances. That included 3 in 4 seasons between 2014 and 2017.
The Cherries traditionally battled in the lower leagues of English football until earning EPL promotion in 2014/15.
On paper it should be a victory for the Gunners, but we wouldn't be surprised if Bournemouth spring the upset at their tiny 11,000-capacity stadium.
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