England

Saturday, January 24, 2015

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Alan Pardew continued his fine start to life at his new club with a frantic come-from-behind victory over the high-flying Saints to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup

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The Premier League leaders' hopes of winning four trophies this season were left in tatters by the League One side who produced the shock of the tournament

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Patrick Bamford took full advantage of a mix-up between Fernando and Willy Caballero before Kike finished a late counterattack to knock out the lacklustre Premier League champions

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Marouane Chamakh was the match-winner for the Eagles, his first-half double, along with Yaya Sanogo, sealing another win under Alan Pardew and a place in the FA Cup fifth round

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The two sides will have to replay at Craven Cottage after a goalless draw, with the Black Cats reduced to 10 men in the second half after the midfielder was dismissed

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The Chelsea loanee took full advantage of a mix-up between Fernando and Willy Caballero before a late counterattack knocked out the lacklustre Premier League champions

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The former Cameroon striker had not featured for the Toffees since the end of December as a move away from the club, which he only joined last summer, became increasingly likely

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Gylfi Sigurdsson gave Garry Monk's side the lead although he, along with Kyle Bartley, was sent off as Rudy Gestede and Craig Conway sent the hosts into round five

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It's an all-Premier League affair in the FA Cup fourth round at White Hart Lane, but who will prevail? We've got all the action live!

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The Blues will hope to avoid an FA Cup fourth-round upset at Stamford Bridge as they continue to fight for success on four fronts

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Manuel Pellegrini's men have struggled for goals of late and face a Boro side with a fantastic defensive record - could there be an upset on the cards?

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The Hammers boss says his side might find it difficult against the League One club in their FA Cup fourth-round tie on Sunday at Ashton Gate

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Eddie Howe's men have scored the most league goals of any Premier or Football League club this season and take on the club at the other end of that spectrum in the FA Cup

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The Gunners boss is well aware of the attacking power at Chris Hughton's disposal, the Championship side having won four out of five coming into this FA Cup fourth-round tie

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The Real Madrid superstar's agent insists that the Gunners were very close to completing a move ahead of Manchester United before a lack of finances ruined the deal