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Pictures: Sutton to face Arsenal in FA Cup fifth round

Non-league Sutton United will host Premier League giants Arsenal in the FA Cup fifth round. Newsround looks at how the clubs compare.
Sutton United are 16th in the National League, English football's fifth level, and play at Gander Green Lane, which can hold 5,000 fans.
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That's around 55,000 people fewer than Arsenal's Emirates Stadium in north London can hold. It's been the home of the Arsenal or the Gunners as they are known since 2006.
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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been in charge of the Premier League giants for over 20 years. He's reportedly paid £8.9 million a year to run the club.
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This is Sutton United's manager, Paul Doswell. He works for the club for free and has led the club to the FA Cup Fifth Round for the first time in their history.
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Arsenal fans will save some money on a pie when they travel to Sutton's ground. It costs £3.00 there compared to £3.70 at their home ground the Emirates.
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Sutton United brought striker Maxime Biamou to the club for nothing in last summer's transfer window. He was one of many players signed for free.
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However, Arsenal splashed the cash on a number of star signings, including a reported £35 million on Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka
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Arsenal's club captain is defender Per Mertesacker. He's played for Germany 104 times and won the World Cup in 2014.
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Sutton's captain, Jamie Collins, scored the goal that put the team into the Fifth Round. The 32-year-old defender works as a part-time builder when not playing football.
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