Monday, 26 January 2015

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Mark Hughes faces a trip to face his former club Blackburn Rovers in the next round of the FA Cup after his side comfortably saw off the League One outfit on Monday evening

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The striker netted both goals as the Baggies beat Birmingham City 2-1 at St Andrews in the FA Cup fourth round, with his team-mate impressed by his strength and power

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The Premier League's top three all crashed out, with Manchester City and Chelsea humbled by lower league opposition, while Michel Vorm had an afternoon to forget too

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The Bradford and Middlesbrough stars both feature after playing key roles in their respective sides' victories over Chelsea and Manchester City in the fourth round

Sunday, 25 January 2015

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The Arsenal winger hit the back of the net in the FA Cup tie against Brighton on Sunday and he later expressed his delight at ending a year-long goal drought at the Amex

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The Spanish midfielder scored on his full debut in a 2-1 FA Cup win over Bournemouth, and Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert hailed his impact in "a big win" for the club

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The FA Cup holders edged one step closer to etching their name onto the trophy once as Arsene Wenger's side battled against the resilient Championship outfit to progress

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The Gunners looked to be cruising after early goals from Theo Walcott and Mesut Ozil but allowed the hosts back into the game and needed Tomas Rosicky's winner to seal progression

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Diafra Sakho's 81st-minute header was enough to avoid the same fate as the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City, who fell to Bradford City and Middlesbrough respectively

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Eddie Howe's men looked good value to cause yet another cup upset, however it was Paul Lambert's side who reach the fifth round after fine second half display at Villa Park

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Can the Gunners become the first team in the top 10 of the Premier League to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup in 2014-15, or will Chris Hughton's men pull off a giant-killing?

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Two first-half headers from Matt Smith were cleared off the line by a lacklustre West Ham but substitute Diafra Sakho denied them a replay with a late winner

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The Robins' chances of marking the weekend's latest upset were dashed as the Senegal striker struck home to see Sam Allardyce's side through to the fifth round of the FA Cup

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Wojciech Szczesny is also back in the starting XI having missed the last three matches while Alexis Sanchez and Santi Cazorla are left on the bench, along with Per Mertesacker

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The League One hosts will be hoping to harness some of the FA Cup spirit which saw numerous Premier League giants stumble and fall to lower league clubs on Saturday

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The Blues goalkeeper has called for his teammates to respond after their shock FA Cup defeat and book a place in the Capital One Cup final on Tuesday at Stamford Bridge

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The Reds vice-captain maintained his side are up for the challenge of the competition and insisted they are well placed for a strong run after a number of rivals were knocked out

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The Chilean defended his attackers after their 2-0 defeat to Middlesbrough and admitted it is taking his side time to gel again after players have returned from injury

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The Liverpool manager again preferred to play with no recognised striker against Bolton and will select Sturridge - after five months out - before picking the Italian

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The captain missed last weekend's 1-0 win over Leicester City, the first he has had to sit out this season, but is hopeful of returning to the line-up for the fourth-round clash