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We've seen Liverpool have problems in games like these, especially on pitches in this sort of condition, but since that early scare when Sean Rigg broke through on goal they've settled. Steven Gerrard's goal has taken the edge off the game and they're now circulating the ball well and pressing effectively when they do lose possession.
Liam Twomey reports: "That goal will be no small relief to Brendan Rodgers, who has already seen Martin Skrtel and Mamadou Sakho look uncertain on the slippery Kingsmeadow turf in the opening 15 minutes, though Simon Mignolet is yet to be called into action by the hosts. Believers in the power of narrative, meanwhile, will tell you that Steven Gerrard was destined to make an impact tonight. The man himself is likely to be more satisfied by the fact that, after three days of people opining about his past, he has at least reminded everyone that he can still be of use in the present."
Tom Maston reports from Turf Moor: "Still no chances to speak off as we approach the half hour mark. Tottenham look the most threatening in attack, with Nacer Chadli impressing down the right-hand side, but they have not been able to break Burnley down."
8 - Steven Gerrard has now scored eight goals in all comps this season, level with Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney. Epilogue.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 5, 2015
LIVERPOOL GOAL: There's Steven Gerrard for you. A goal in his first game since announcing he will leave Liverpool at the end of the season, heading Javi Manquillo's cross past James Shea in goal. What odds he'll be brilliant between now and May leading to mass backtracking?
Big early chance for AFC Wimbledon! Adebayo Akinfenwa and Matt Tubbs, the two strikers, combine to flick the ball into the path of Sean Rigg but the winger drags his shot across Simon Mignolet and wide.
Tom Maston reports from Turf Moor: "Opportunities have been at a premium in the opening minutes at Turf Moor, with neither side able to hold into possession for any length of time. Paulinho's inclusion has led to Christian Eriksen starting on the left-hand side, and the Dane has struggled to get involved in these early stages."
And we're off between AFC Wimbledon and Liverpool...
The standout tie of the fourth round sees Manchester United visit the lowest-ranked side left in the competition - League Two Cambridge United. Arsenal will go to Brighton, and Chelsea face either Millwall or Bradford City. Catch up on the draw in full at the link below.
Manchester United to face Cambridge - FA Cup fourth round draw in full
While all that was going on, we've kicked off at Turf Moor where Burnley face Tottenham for the chance to face Leicester City in round four. No goals early on. At Kingsmeadow, meanwhile, the players are coming out of the tunnel.
Burnley/Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal
Rochdale v Stoke City
Sunderland v Fulham/Wolverhampton Wanderers
Doncaster/Bristol City v Everton/West Ham
Manchester City v Middlesbrough
Preston North End v Sheffield United
Birmingham City v West Bromwich Albion
Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth
Cardiff City v Reading
AFC Wimbledon/Liverpool v Bolton Wanderers
Ipswich/Southampton v Crystal Palace
Cambridge United v Manchester United
Blackburn Rovers v Swansea City
Chelsea v Millwall/Bradford City
Derby v Scunthorpe United/Chesterfield
Some pre-match reading for you courtesy of our own Harry Sherlock, who sat down with AFC Wimbledon cult hero Adebayo Akinfenwa. The strongest player in this year's FIFA 15 is hoping to unsettle a Liverpool back three that hasn't had the best of times so far this season.
'Oh no, what is this?' - Liverpool won't be able to deal with me, declares Akinfenwa
AFC Wimbledon: Shea; Fuller, Goodman, Barrett, Kennedy; Francomb, Bulman, Moore, Rigg; Tubbs, Akinfenwa. Subs: McDonnell, Bennett, Harrison, Pell, Sutherland, Oakley, Azeez.
Liverpool: Mignolet; Can, Skrtel, Sakho; Manquillo, Henderson, Lucas, Gerrard, Markovic; Coutinho, Lambert. Subs: Ward, Enrique, Toure, Moreno, Balotelli, Williams, Borini.
Liam Twomey reports: "Three days after announcing that he will leave Liverpool at the end of the season, Steven Gerrard is back in the starting XI. The 34-year-old captains Brendan Rodgers' men at Kingsmeadow as the Merseysiders look to build on the tentative signs of progress shown in recent weeks - they are five games unbeaten - though star man Raheem Sterling is rested entirely and Mario Balotelli appears the likeliest cavalry, returning to the bench from a groin injury."
Full AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool teams to follow shortly but as a reminder, the fourth-round draw will take place at the rather curious time of 19:30 - right before the game at Kingsmeadow, which kicks off 10 minutes later than Burnley v Tottenham at 19:55.
Burnley: Heaton; Trippier, Keane, Mee, Lafferty; Kightly, Marney, Arfield, Boyd; Barnes, Ings. Subs: Gilks, Wallace, Sordell, Jutkiewicz, Vokes, Reid, O'Neill.
Tottenham: Vorm, Chiriches, Fazio, Vertonghen, Davies; Dembele, Stambouli; Chadli, Eriksen, Paulinho; Soldado. Subs: Friedel, Dier, Naughton, Capoue, Onomah, Townsend, Kane.