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It's interesting to note that, despite West Brom's struggles this season, they did win 2-1 at Old Trafford earlier in the season...
Sammy Lee on the intricacies of Juan Mata's role as a winger...
"'At the moment I'm playing on the right but I don't see myself as a winger,' Mata hits the nail on the head in a pre-match interview aired on BT Sport.
"A lot of onlookers have been confused by Mata playing on the right since he moved to Old Trafford for £37.1m and he is clearly not too thrilled about it either. With Wayne Rooney, Adnan Januzaj and Robin van Persie all on the pitch at the Hawthorns today, though, it doesn't look like he'll be coming central any time soon."
"The big team news as far as Arsenal are concerned sees Yaya Sanogo selected ahead of Olivier Giroud in attack. The former Auxerre youngster impressed in the previous round against Liverpool and unsettled Bayern Munich’s defence in the early stages of the recent Champions League tie but is yet to score for the club he joined in the summer.
"Efficiency in front of goal, on the early evidence, appears not to be his strong suit but if he replicates the effort and intensity of his previous performances he will pose serious questions of an Everton rear-guard shorn of England international Phil Jagielka."
How many crosses will Manchester United make today?
Time for Sammy Lee to say hello now, he's our reporter at the Hawthorns today:
"How things can change. The last time Manchester United were at the Hawthorns they were saying goodbye to Sir Alex Ferguson, venturing into a brave new world and singing David Moyes' name, urging the incoming boss to 'play like Fergie's boys'. Chance would be a fine thing.
"Moyes has struggled in his first season at Old Trafford and comes into this game with public opinion at a low following the embarrassing defeat to Olympiakos in the Champions League.
"His line-up should excite United fans today, though, with Juan Mata, Adnan Januzaj, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie all starting. Whether Moyes can gel them into a cohesive unit is another question entirely.
"West Brom, meanwhile, have had a terrible time of it recently, with Pepe Mel said to be under quite a bit of pressure. The players have made their feelings known to the board in recent weeks and one of Mel's allies, the Spanish-speaking David McDonough, has already been shown the door to the delight of some of the players.
"The Baggies have still not won under Mel but, knowing football, it would not be a great surprise if they did so today..."
West Brom: Foster; Reid, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell; Yacob, Mulumbu; Amalfitano, Gera, Brunt; Anichebe.
Subs: Myhill, Morrison, Thievy, Vydra, Sessegnon, Dawson, Berahino.
Manchester United: De Gea; Rafael, Jones, Smalling, Evra; Carrick, Fellaini; Mata, Rooney, Januzaj; Van Persie.
Subs: Lindegaard, Giggs, Vidic, Young, Fletcher, Kagawa, Welbeck.
Here we go...
Arsenal: Fabianski; Sagna, Vermaelen, Mertesacker, Gibbs; Arteta, Flamini, Ozil, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Cazorla; Sanogo.
Subs: Viviano, Jenkinson, Rosicky, Ryo, Podolski, Giroud, Gnabry.
Everton: Joel; Baines, Coleman, Distin, Stones; McCarthy, Barry, Barkley, Pienaar, Mirallas; Lukaku.
Subs: Hibbert, McGeady, Deulofeu, Naismith, Osman, Howard, Browning.
"The Emirates Stadium press room has undergone something of a refurb since my last visit – the walls now adorned with back page splashes dedicated to the club’s finest achievements. The outcome of today’s FA Cup quarter-final against Everton will go a long way to determining whether or not the impressive gallery will need adding to come the end of the season.
"Arsene Wenger recognised the importance of finally ending the most infamous trophy drought in world football in his pre-match press conference but Everton will represent a significant hurdle for his injury-ravaged side to overcome.
"The Toffees, who themselves have gone nearly two decades since their last trophy success, largely bossed proceedings when the two teams met in the Premier League here back in December, when Gerard Deulofeu’s late equaliser secured a fully merited point."
Lukas Podolski has scored four goals in just four FA Cup appearances (via @Arsenal)
Will we see any surprise selections from the likes of Arsene Wenger and David Moyes?
Finally, we'll round the day off with what could be an absolute classic: Chelsea against Tottenham.
Tim Sherwood has promised Jose Mourinho's men that Spurs will attack the Blues at Stamford Bridge, meaning a fascinating London derby awaits!
Preview: Chelsea - Tottenham
The most important of these is undoubtedly Cardiff City against Fulham - and Jay Jaffa has penned a 'pantomime' preview to the clash:
Cardiff - Fulham: Battle of the pantomime clubs
At the same time, however, we have Premier League football for you at the Hawthorns, where both sides are under pressure.
Pepe Mel hasn't won a game since becoming West Brom manager - he's had six attempts - and he now faces the beleaguered David Moyes as Manchester United come to town.
Match Preview: West Brom - Man United
The visitors are an Everton side led by Roberto Martinez - last year's FA Cup winning manager.
Could this be either side's last chance of silverware this season?
Preview: Arsenal v Everton
Today's games are rather nicely spread out, with two in the morning, three in the afternoon and one in the evening. Here's our full fixture list:
Arsenal v Everton (12.45pm)
West Brom v Manchester United (12.45pm)
Cardiff City v Fulham (3pm)
Crystal Palace v Southampton (3pm)
Norwich City v Stoke City (3pm)
Chelsea v Tottenham (5.30pm)
Roll up, roll up, it's time for Premier League football!
But, luckily for us, there's also an FA Cup game on the horizon between Arsenal and Everton.
So, without further ado, let's get cracking - welcome to Goal's Matchday LIVE Blog!
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