Arsenal are feeling confident now that Alexis Sanchez has started scoring again.
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Manchester United and Arsenal have served up some classic FA Cup encounters going back to their first 109 years ago and Monday's quarterfinal under the Old Trafford floodlights promises another special occasion.Holders Arsenal beat United in the 1979 and 2005 finals but United have won their last two meetings in the competition since that defeat on penalties at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff 10 years ago.Liverpool meet second-tier Blackburn Rovers at Anfield Sunday on the back of a run of form which has seen the Reds lose just once in their last 21 games in all competitions.The last time the sides met in April 2012 – a 3-2 win for Liverpool at Ewood Park – Rovers were heading out of the Premier League.
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