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FA Cup Roundup: Will Grigg Fires Wigan Past West Ham as League Two Coventry Progress

In a day of few shocks, Wigan Athletic triggered the most important upset as they comfortably beat Premier League facet West Ham. League Two facet Coventry Metropolis additionally progressed as they beat MK Dons, whereas Watford have been eradicated by fellow Premier League facet Southampton.

There was no cupset within the early recreation as ​Leicester Metropolis comfortably beat Peterborough 5-1 on the ABAX Stadium as braces from each Kelechi Iheanacho and Fousseni Diabate together with a Wilfred Ndidi objective despatched the Foxes into the fifth spherical.

Within the greatest upset of the day, two objectives from Will Grigg gave 2013 winners Wigan Athletic victory over West Ham on the DW Stadium. The Hammers fielded a weakened facet, and might be with out Arthur Masuaku for the subsequent few video games after the Frenchman was despatched off for spitting. 

League Two facet Coventry Metropolis beat League One facet MK Dons 1-Zero on the Stadium MK, with a objective from Maxime Biamou sending the Sky Blues into the fifth spherical.

In the one all-Premier League affair Southampton beat Watford 1-Zero at St.Mary’s with birthday boy Jack Stephens scoring the one objective of the sport.

Within the all-Championship fixtures, Hull Metropolis eased handed Nottingham Forest with objectives from Jarrod Bowen and Nouha Dicko giving the Tigers a 2-1 victory, whereas Sheffield United beat Preston 1-Zero at Bramall Lane after Billy Sharp transformed a late penalty.

Notts County held out for a replay as they drew 1-1 with Premier League facet Swansea Metropolis at Meadow Lane. League One facet Rochdale held on to attract 2-2 with Championship facet Millwall on the Den, with the house facet scoring very late on to protected their blushes.

Within the different video games Glenn Murray scored late on for Brighton as they beat Middlesbrough on the Riverside Stadium, whereas Huddersfield performed out a 1-1 draw with BirminghamTake a look at the 90min homepage for match stories and protection of the remainder of the day’s video games.


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