The first FA Cup to involve eight top-flight quarter-finalists since 2005/06 continues with Norwich’s first home tie of this edition, with the ‘Canaries’ having failed to score in two Premier League (PL) home defeats since their Fifth Round triumph.
Those consecutive losses have added to a run of five straight PL home games involving Norwich in which just one team has scored. However neutral fans will be hoping Norwich can notch up a fourth straight FA Cup tie featuring both teams finding the back of the net.
Manchester United’s away form has been dominant: they have not been defeated on the road in any competition since visiting Liverpool for a PL contest back in January (W5, D3), earning clean sheets in all five victories. [Read more…]