Lincoln draw Premier League Burnley in FA Cup fifth round

FA Cup Fifth Round draw Sutton to play Arsenal in magical tie

Sutton captain James Collins scored from the penalty spot to earn a 1-0 win and deliver a humiliating defeat to Garry Monk's much-changed team, which went down as one of the shocks of the fourth round.

The contrast at the time of the draw was enormous as Sutton, placed 16th in English football's fifth tier known as the National League, were drafted with Arsenal who are now 2nd in the English football's highest tier - the Premier League.

By seeing off old foes Leeds on Saturday afternoon, Sutton United barrelled their way into the FA Cup fifth round for the first time in the club's history.

Leeds United were knocked out of the FA Cup by Sutton United.

'I have had to come and sit down, I can not quite believe that but we will take that. I am a life-long Chelsea fan so I had my fingers crossed for that but it can not be much better.

Lincoln, top of the National League, who recently sealed the loan signing of Clarets winger Josh Ginnelly, beat Brighton 3-1 at Sincil Bank in the last round.

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Fellow non-league side Lincoln City, who now top the National League, face a trip to Burnley in round five, while the other giant-killers Oxford United also have a Premier League away day in the form of Middlesbrough.

Like Liverpool, beaten at home by Wolverhampton Wanderers the previous day, they miscalculated in resting so many players ahead of league games in midweek and could have no complaints at going out of the competition.

He said: "We would only do that for safety reasons".

Elsewhere in the draw, Oxford, who stunned Championship high-flyers Newcastle, will travel to Middlesbrough.

Fancied contenders Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City all got away ties against sides from the Championship.

Lincoln City, the only other remaining non-league side, have also been drawn against Premier League opposition in an away tie against Burnley.

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