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Forster-Caskey: Seize The Opportunity

The FA cup is still something that some of us value, not all clubs or even players do these days but Jake Forster-Caskey does and he's looking for us to stay in the competition by beating Hull.

It would be an upset if we beat Premier League side Hull but he's told BBC Sussex that it's an upset that he thinks we can cause and once we do, assuming we do, on Monday night that anything could be possible.

'It will be a big occasion because if we can win that game anything can happen after that.

'The Amex is a good place for us and it is tough for everybody coming here. We will give them a good game.'

If we can see off Hull, due to the number of non Premier League sides left in the draw the chances of us facing a side that play at our level, or lower could be on meaning that a chance of playing at Wembley increases as the semi finals are played at the national stadium ahead of the final.

Forster-Caskey is hoping to play and with Oscar likely to ring the changes it would be a surprise if the Albion midfielder didn't with him thinking our best bet of winning it to play our natural way.

Hull having to come to the Amex gives us a better chance too.

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Date:Sunday February 16 2014

Time: 1:31PM

 

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