FA Cup Draw: Steffen to Face Ream and Robinson

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The FA Cup Fourth Round draw has commenced and brought some great cup ties for the eight Americans still in the competition. Check it out for full details.

The FA Cup celebrates its 150th year as the pool is beginning to shrink from 64 teams in the Third Round down to 32 teams in the upcoming Fourth Round. There were notable upsets like Cambridge United knocking out the richest club in the world Newcastle United, as well as Yank giant killers in Duane Holmes and Huddersfield Town beating Burnley.

The most notable fourth-round match-ups for the Americans include Manchester City against Fulham as Zack Steffen faces off against international teammates Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson.

Ethan Horvath and Alex Mighten didn’t make the bench for Nottingham Forest’s massive upset win over Arsenal, but their next test isn’t any easier as they take on Leicester City. Josh Sargent will likely be a part of an all Premier League affair.

All games will take place between Friday February 4th and Monday February 7th. And of course, Yanks Abroad will cover all of the action.

FA Cup Fourth-round Draw

Huddersfield Town (Duane Holmes) – Barnsley
Chelsea (Christian Pulisic) – Plymouth Argyle
Nottingham Forest (Ethan Horvath, Alex Mighten) – Leicester City
Manchester City (Zack Steffen) – Fulham (Tim Ream, Antonee Robinson)
Wolverhampton Wanderers – Norwich (Josh Sargent)

Check out the game highlights and how the teams got to the Fourth Round with the footage below.

Swindon 1 – 4 Manchester City

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Chelsea 5 – 1 Chesterfield

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Charlton 0 – 1 Norwich

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Burnley 1 – 2 Huddersfield Town

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Andrew Vorce

I do it all! Youth club coach for 15+ years, very retired semi-pro indoor player, journalist for Yanks Abroad, and VP of Operations for the Warrior Soccer Tour. Soccer, soccer, soccer. Avid soccer enthusiast and travel to Europe every summer to take kids to go compete against European youth teams.

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