Swansea vs Man City FA Cup fifth round: Start time and how to watch
Swansea face a mammoth task against Premier League leaders Manchester City in the FA Cup.
Good luck, Swansea. The Welsh side from the Championship faces a red-hot Manchester City in the fifth round of the FA Cup. City are on track to regain the Premier League title after smashing current champions Liverpool 4-1. That win was City's 14th straight in all competitions, equalling the record for top-flight sides set by Preston and Arsenal.
City also beat Swansea in the 2019 FA Cup en route to claiming the famous trophy. Swansea advanced to the fifth round with a 5-1 demolition of Nottingham Forest, while City accounted for Cheltenham Town 3-1.
When is Swansea vs Man City FA Cup fifth round?
Kick-off at Swansea's Liberty Stadium is at 4:30am AEDT on Thursday 11 February.
How to watch Swansea vs Man City FA Cup match
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Who will win Swansea vs Man City FA Cup fifth round?
The Swans are not a bad side, but complacency is probably the only thing that could trip up City here. Oozing with world-class talent, they should outclass Swansea even if Pep Guardiola opts to rest some of his biggest stars.
"Probably the most important thing now is to stay humble and to approach every game like we did in the last few weeks and months," midfielder İlkay Gündoğan said. "We know we are in a very good moment but we shouldn't take it for granted and not drop any edge and to keep going to do the stuff we have been doing as good as possible."
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