FA Cup 8/1/2020

FA Cup

FA Cup 8/1/2020. Two games on terrestrial TV today. At 12:45, on ITV, is Millwall v Crystal Palace. At 17:30, on BBC One, is Hull v Everton.

FA Cup 8/1/2020 - Millwall v Crystal Palace
Millwall v Crystal Palace
FA Cup 8/1/2020 - Millwall v Crystal Palace
Millwall v Crystal Palace

FA Cup 8/1/2020 – Millwall v Crystal Palace

  • Jed Wallace and George Evans returned from COVID-19 in Millwall’s 3-2 defeat away to Bristol City at the weekend. Wallace is in doubt to face Palace amid intense interest from other clubs.
  • The Championship outfit will continue to be without Ryan Leonard, Conor Mahoney and Danny Ballard for the welcome of Crystal Palace on Saturday.
  • George Long started in goal during Millwall’s League Cup campaign and will hope to rotate into the side here, particularly after Bartosz Bialkowski’s error at the weekend.
  • Conor Gallagher has missed Crystal Palace’s last two through illness but has since returned to training and could be involved here. James McArthur is still out.
  • Palace have now lost Wilfried Zaha, Cheikhou Kouyate and Jordan Ayew to AFCON but Jeffrey Schlupp was snubbed by Ghana.
  • Patrick Vieira is certainly forced into wholesale changes this weekend but likely would have made them anyway.
  • Jean-Philippe Mateta is reportedly close to leaving Palace so may not play again until his future is resolved.
  • Michael Olise scored and assisted off the bench against West Ham at the weekend and will certainly start this one.
  • Eberechi Eze could make his first start for Palace since May after returning to first-team action at the start of December.
  • Nathan Ferguson could make his full Palace debut some 18 months after joining the Eagles, though he wasn’t even in the matchday squad last time out.
  • Martin Kelly and Nathaniel Clyne are pushing for rare starts, with the latter poised to return to the squad this weekend.

Millwall-Crystal Palace – FA Cup 2021/2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

FA Cup 8/1/2020 - Hull City v Everton
Hull City v Everton
FA Cup 8/1/2020 - Hull City v Everton
Hull City v Everton

FA Cup 8/1/2020 – Hull City v Everton

  • Callum Elder went off after 16 minutes in Hull’s 1-0 defeat to Blackpool at the weekend and is unlikely to recover in time to face Everton. Josh Magennis went off injured after half-time and is also a doubt.
  • Brandon Fleming is back from a four-month lay-off after making the matchday squad against Blackpool but Alfie Jones, Lewis Coyle and Joshua Emmanuel remain doubts for the Championship outfit.
  • Alex Iwobi is now on Africa Cup of Nations duty and won’t play for Everton until next month.
  • Everton’s injury problems have eased significantly of late with Richarlison, Andros Townsend and Yerry Mina now the only ones ruled out.
  • Everton have strengthened both full-back positions already this month with the double arrival of Vitalii Mykolenko from Dynamo Kyiv and highly rated Rangers youngster Nathan Patterson. Both could debut here.
  • Lucas Digne has requested to leave Everton this month and has likely played his final game for the club. Jonjo Kenny may also depart with Patterson now at the club.
  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin is expected to start to rebuild his confidence after last weekend’s penalty miss.
  • Fabian Delph and Jarrad Branthwaite were missing in Everton’s defeat to Brighton last weekend and remain doubts here.

Hull-Everton – FA Cup 2021/2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

FA Cup 8/1/2020  - League One
League One
FA Cup 8/1/2020  - League One - Wycombe Wanderers v Sunderland
Wycombe Wanderers v Sunderland
FA Cup 8/1/2020  - League One - Wycombe Wanderers v Sunderland
Wycombe Wanderers v Sunderland

EFL / iFollow – available on multiple services (3pm kickoff unless stated)

EFL02: Accrington v MK Dons
EFL03: Cheltenham v Burton
EFL04: Doncaster v Fleetwood
EFL05: Gillingham v Ipswich
EFL06: Lincoln v Oxford

EFL08: Carlisle v Bradford
EFL09: Colchester v Rochdale
EFL10: Newport v Salford
EFL11: Northampton v Crawley
EFL12: Oldham v Sutton
EFL13: Stevenage v Walsall
EFL14: Tranmere v Scunthorpe

FA Cup 8/1/2020 – Other Games

Live Events Section – available on multiple services

Live events 01: 12:30 Bristol City v Fulham
Live events 02: 12:30 Burnley v Huddersfield
Live events 03: 12:30 Coventry v Derby
Live events 04: 12:30 Hartlepool v Blackpool
Live events 05: 12:15 Mansfield v Middlesbrough
Live events 06: 12:45 Millwall v Crystal Palace
Live events 07: 15:00 Barnsley v Barrow
Live events 08: 15:00 Port Vale v Brentford
Live events 09: 15:00 Leicester v Watford
Live events 10: 15:00 Boreham Wood v AFC Wimbledon
Live events 11: 15:00 Kidderminster v Reading
Live events 12: 15:00 Wigan v Blackburn
Live events 13: 15:00 Newcastle v Cambridge
Live events 14: 15:00 Peterborough v Bristol Rovers
Live events 15: 15:00 QPR v Rotherham
Live events 16: 15:00 West Brom v Brighton
Live events 17: 17:30 Hull v Everton
Live events 18: 17:30 Chelsea v Chesterfield
Live events 19: 17:30 Swansea v Southampton
Live events 20: 17:30 Birmingham v Plymouth
Live events 21: 17:45 Yeovil v AFC Bournemouth

SPFL01: Ayr v Arbroath
SPFL02: Greenock Morton v Dunfermline
SPFL03: Hamilton v Partick Thistle
SPFL04: Inverness CT v Raith
SPFL05: Queen of the South v Kilmarnock


1:00pm ITALIAN SERIE B – Cremonese v Como
UK – Mola TV

1:00pm ITALIAN SERIE B – Parma v Crotone
UK – Mola TV

2:00pm INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE – ATK Mohun Bagan v Odisha
UK – OneFootball
India – Star Sports 1

2:00pm FRENCH LIGUE 2 – Le Havre v Sochaux
USA – beIN Sports Xtra

3:00pm LA LIGA SMARTBANK – Cartagena v Huesca
UK – Livescore

3:00pm LA LIGA SMARTBANK – Ibiza v Alcorcon
UK – Livescore

4:00pm INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE – Goa v Chaennaiyin
UK – OneFootball
India- Star Sports 1

4:00pm TURKISH SUPER LIG – Galatasaray v Giresunspor
Australia – beIN Sports 2 (4:30pm)
Canada – beIN Sports
Hong Kong – beIN Sports 1
USA – beIN Sports

5:15pm LA LIGA SMARTBANK – Real Valladolid v Burgos
UK – Livescore

8:00pm LA LIGA SMARTBANK – Leganes v Real Sociedad B
UK – Livescore

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