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Yeovil v Manchester United Live Streaming: England FA Cup Match Review and Latest News

bet365 are showing Yeovil Town v Manchester United live streaming for FA Cup on January 26, 2017, through their live streaming service (available for mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android)

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In a week where the EFL Cup has pinched all the headlines, Emirates FA Cup action returns this weekend. Friday nights televised fixture is between League Two, Yeovil and Premier League giants, Manchester United. It has the potential for one of the biggest cup upsets in recent years.

Looking at Yeovil’s performances this season, you’d struggle to have any hope as one of their fans heading into this one. They are just one point from the relegation zone in 21st and without a win in their last four matches in the league, they will need a huge team performance to overcome Man United.

Friday’s visitors are 2nd in the Premier League but with 12 points separating them from their Manchester rivals, it still won’t be seen as a good domestic season if it finishes in this way.

They go into this one in fine form, hoping to make it five consecutive wins in all competitions and they certainly should. The atmosphere they will face at Huish Park might not be what their younger players, who are expected to play, will be used to so that could be one of Jose Mourinho’s side’s main weaknesses.

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The Yeovil fans will be hoping to see some of the big-name players at their home stadium despite wanting to qualify. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Eric Bailly are injured for the Red Devils while their best players aren’t expected to start.

François Zoko will be leading the line for the hosts and with nine goals in League Two, he will be hoping to make an impact against arguably the World’s biggest club.

Mourinho will be hoping his side can breeze past Yeovil in this FA Cup fourth round but he must guard against complacency.

The atmosphere will be different to what they’re used to but they should still progress to the next round against a side who are struggling on all fronts this term. It will be a big occasion for the hosts but they shouldn’t have a chance against United.