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Both Sets Of Fans Confident Of A Cup Win Tonight

Both Sets Of Fans Confident Of A Cup Win Tonight

Both Fulham and Swansea City fans seem confident their teams can win in tonight's FA Cup 5th round replay at Craven Cottage.

Hodgson's side were held to a 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium in the first tie last week and both teams will be hoping to line up a home clash against Manchester United in the quarter-finals.

The Swans dominated the game against the Cottagers but missed a host of chances to win comfortably. Hopefully we won't rue those changes later tonight.

Both sets of fans are confident of winning. Fulham are usually successful at home and Swansea City fans will have been encouraged by Saturday's 3-1 win and our performance in the earlier tie.

On Vital Fulham, 88% have voted in their site poll that they'll win tonight. 76% voted they'd win after 90 minutes, 6% in extra time and 6% after penalties.

Only 3% voted Swansea City would win after 90 minutes.

We asked the same question on here earlier in the week. 70% voted we'd win after 90 minutes, 19% think we'll lose, 7% voted we'd lose in extra time and 4% think we'll win after extra time or penalties.

Click here to see what the fans are saying and to join in the debate on our Message Forum.

'It will be a tough game no doubt with little seperating the sides in the end. I am confident we will win, as I'm sure you are too going on recent performances but only by a goal or two- probably late on. Will be interesting seeing what side Hodgson puts out, can see Dacourt coming back in for Etuhu and Zamora kept upfront after his recent goal. I'd field our strongest apart from that.'
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Date:Tuesday February 24 2009
Time: 3:04PM

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