Most One-Sided FA Cup Match-Ups

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When two clubs meet frequently in the FA Cup it is common that, over time, they manage to balance out the victories between them. However, that is not always the case, and the following list of one-sided FA Cup meetings show that for certain teams, listening to the draw can fill them with dread for fear that they get pitted against their FA Cup nemesis.

9-2 Manchester United v Southampton – Eleven meetings, nine won by Man Utd (although Southampton won when it mattered), with five draws, one a replay won by Southampton on penalties – Goals 29-13

8-1 Weymouth v Poole Town – Nine meetings, eight won by Weymouth, with three draws – Goals 27 v 13

8-1 West Bromwich Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers – Nine meetings, eight won by West Brom, with two draws – Goals 19 v 7

7-0 Peterborough United v Tranmere Rovers – Seven meetings, all won by The Posh, with Tranmere Rovers managing just two draws – Goals 22 v 4

8-0 Poole Town v Bridport – Eight meetings all won by Poole, no draws – Goals 34 v 7

8-0 Great Yarmouth Town v Bungay Town – Eight meetings all won by Great Yarmouth, with one draw – Goals 26 v 11

8-0 Kettering Town v Stamford – Eight meetings all won by Kettering, with one draw – Goals 39 v 10

8-0 Lowestoft Town v Sheringham – Eight meetings all won by Lowestoft, with one draw – Goals 37 v 10

8-0 Spennymoor Town v Stockton – Eight meetings all won by Spennymoor, with three draws – Goals 28 v 11 (Nb. Technically this is against two different sides called Stockton, one game was against the Stockton club that became Thornaby)

9-0 Trowbridge Town v Westbury United – Nine meetings all won by Trowbridge, with one draw – Goals 40 v 9

10-1 Kettering Town v Rushden Town – 11 meetings, 10 won by Kettering, with three draws – Goals 31 v 12

11-1 Trowbridge Town v Devizes Town – 12 meetings, 11 won by Trowbridge, with two draws – Goals 54 v 19

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