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Perez, Walcott help Arsenal see off spirited Sutton in the FA Cup

Arsenal utilise goals from Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott to down non-league Sutton and reach the FA Cup quarterfinals.
Arsenal utilise goals from Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott to down non-league Sutton and reach the FA Cup quarterfinals.
Theo Walcott scored his 100th goal for Arsenal on Monday night.
With the game still feeling all too tense, Theo Walcott eased Arsenal fans nerves for good with his 100th goal for the club.

As expected Arsenal progressed into the quarterfinals of the FA Cup, but a hard-working performance from a committed Sutton United side ensured it wasn't plain sailing. Lucas Perez opened the scoring in the first half, and Theo Walcott got his 100th Arsenal goal early in the second period, but there were moments of danger from the non-league side.

Former Gunner Roarie Deacon was a constant threat, and he rattled the crossbar with a fizzing drive from outside the box, while uncertain goalkeeping...

Arsenal make hard work of non-league Sutton but win in FA Cup fifth round

The FC panel react to the 'inevitable' result of Arsenal downing Sutton United in their FA Cup fifth round matchup.

SUTTON, England -- Three quick thoughts from the FA Cup fifth-round clash at Gander Green Lane, where Arsenal edged Sutton 2-0 to advance to the quarterfinals.

1. Arsenal made hard work of Sutton

Some respite for Arsene Wenger at last. Arsenal were hit by every misfortune and ill omen in the handbook of FA Cup shocks. They arrived late, struggled with the conditions and were shaken by the physicality of their hosts, but they just about held their nerve to prevail 2-0 over tenacious non-leaguers...

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The surreal sights and sounds Arsenal will face at Sutton United

With the biggest game in Sutton's history looming, we met four players to hear their thoughts ahead of the tie with Arsenal.
With Lincoln City capturing the imagination in the FA Cup, the FC panel look to see if Sutton United can emulate them.
Will Sutton United's four ex-Arsenal players have an impact on Monday when they host the Gunners in the FA Cup?
Sutton United manager Paul Doswell explains what Arsenal can expect when they visit the non-league side in the FA Cup.

Arsenal head to non-league side Sutton United for a hotly anticipated FA Cup clash, but Gander Green Lane is not exactly what the Premier League giants are used to.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is worried the artificial pitch could cause problems for his players, but that's not the only possible issue.

Take a look at the best of the sights and sounds around the pitch before Monday's game:

How Sutton can upset Arsenal: Tap unrealised potential on plastic pitch

Will Sutton United's four ex-Arsenal players have an impact on Monday when they host the Gunners in the FA Cup?
With Lincoln City capturing the imagination in the FA Cup, the FC panel look to see if Sutton United can emulate them.
With the biggest game in Sutton's history looming, we met four players to hear their thoughts ahead of the tie with Arsenal.
Sutton United former player and assistant coach Micky Stevens recalls his side's 1989 FA Cup triumph over Coventry City.
The Exploding Heads take you to Gander Green Lane to introduce you to Arsenal's FA Cup opponent Sutton United.
Sutton United manager Paul Doswell explains what Arsenal can expect when they visit the non-league side in the FA Cup.

After a weekend of FA Cup shocks and scares for many Premier League teams, is there room for one more at Gander Green Lane?

We all know that Arsenal should beat Sutton United, their non-League opponents on Monday evening, whatever team Arsene Wenger chooses to play. But as non-League club Lincoln City and League One side Millwall showed against Premier League Burnley and Leicester City on Saturday, it is not always quite that simple.

Having played in the Championship down to the National League...

Arsene Wenger could yet save himself and salvage Arsenal season

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether time is running out for Arsene Wenger.

Could another strong finish to the season save Arsene Wenger again?

Wenger struck a defiant tone at his news conference on Friday, insisting that the 5-1 loss to Bayern Munich on Wednesday hasn't convinced him to call it quits as Arsenal boss just yet. He said he won't make up his mind until March or April, indicating he's still hoping for an upturn in fortunes before then.

While a comeback against Bayern seems impossible, Wenger is still hoping for Chelsea to stumble in the Premier League...

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Arsenal or Barcelona: Which club has bigger issues at present?

The FC TV panel have their say, but what do you think? Vote now!

It was a chastening midweek for two of Europe's biggest clubs, as Arsenal and Barcelona both suffered humiliating defeats in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16. Inevitably, talk of crisis has followed for both, but which side has greater problems?

On the face of it, both Arsenal and Barcelona have plenty to play for this season. The Gunners are fourth in the Premier League, two points off second, and remain in the FA Cup.

The Blaugrana, meanwhile, sit second in La Liga, one...