Elliott eyes Emirates clash

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Burnley winger Wade Elliott has set his sights on a trip to the Emirates Stadium after victory over West Brom booked an FA Cup fifth-round showdown at Cardiff or Arsenal.

Owen Coyle's Championship outfit bundled Fulham, Chelsea and Arsenal out of the Carling Cup and came agonisingly close to overcoming Tottenham in an epic semi-final encounter. They now face the prospect of facing Arsene Wenger`s side after the comprehensive victory on Tuesday night.

"It would be lovely to play Arsenal," said Elliott. "Obviously we've had a bit of a taste of it this year and going down there would take it to another level again.

"I don't want to prejudge the result of the replay between Arsenal and Cardiff but obviously it would be nice to for us to go to the Emirates. We could go there, test ourselves and hopefully just enjoy the occasion again."

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