Afternoon all, and welcome to yet another tedious tie in this most tedious of all FA Cup draws. Liverpool-Wolves, Wycombe-Spurs, Sutton-Leeds? What a load of nonsense. Still, at least we've been granted a rare opportunity to see little Manchester United on television.

The Emirates FA Cup / 4th Round
Old Trafford / 29.01.2017
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Kevin Coulson
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Kevin Coulson
Updated 29/01/2017 at 17:51 GMT
17:51
Anyway, that's your lot - join me for Morocco-Egypt in a bit.
17:50
So, easy enough for United, who played some decent stuff in the second half. In particular, Martial and Mkjhitaryan linked up nicely, and they should both be in United's first XI.
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Full-time: Manchester United 4-0 Wigan Athletic
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Three goals, six changes, and no added time - alright then.
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United play out time.
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Martin Keown gives Mkhitaryan man-of-the-match. I'd probably have gone Martial.
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Nickname terms apparently.
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So Martial has two assists and bits and pieces of other joy. The idea that he's not United's best left-winger is preposterous.
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Mata and Martial exchange backheels beautifully, teeing up Herrera for a shot which hits Rooney and thus fails to go over the touchline for a Wigan throw.
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Lucky Wigan won the toss and elected to kick towards the Stretford End in the second half, they'd have got a hiding otherwise.
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United knock it around.
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GOAL! Manchester United 4-0 Wigan Atheltic (Schweinsteiger) Over comes the corner, it's knocked down by Herrera, and, back to goal, Schweinsteiger hooks it over his shoulder and past Hausgaard from close range
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United make an unusual change. Pereira coming on in goal for Romero.
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Shaw's given time and space to cross so picks out Martial at the back post, where he climbs well above Warnock to head goalwards, only to hit Burn thereafter, winning a corner in the process.
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Ghana now lead Congo 2-1.
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Lee Miller eat your heart out.
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Connolly speeds down the right and crosses low, Tuanzebe turning his attempted clearance against Smalling, who does well to block Browne's shot. Almost a goal with his first touch but not quite, and the corner comes to nowt.
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Wigan give a debut to the 19-year-old Marcus Browne, on loan from West Ham. MacDonald departs.
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GOAL! Manchester United 3-0 Wigan Athletic (Mkhitaryan) A lesser-spotted United break and it’s a goodun, Mkhitaryan into Bastian into Rooney into Mkhitaryan again. He then races away and feeds Martial outside him before speeding into the middle; he is thus perfectly-placed to tap home when a perfectly-weighted low cross sets him up.