FA Cup fourth round latest scores & updates

Live text and Radio 5 live commentary of the FA Cup fourth round tie between Stevenage and Everton.

25 January 2014 Last updated at 11:31

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  1. 19:57: 

    And that's a wrap. The end of a day of high FA Cup drama, goals, tears and joy. Will there be more shocks on Sunday when League One Sheffield United host Fulham and Stoke travel to Chelsea?

    We'll have all the action as well as the fifth round draw. We're up and running at 12:00 GMT. See you then.

  2. 19:57: 

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez says Bryan Oviedo has suffered a double leg fracture.

  3. 19:47: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Stevenage 0-4 Everton
    Steven Naismith

    Everton's two-goal Steven Naismith: "The main concern for us is Bryan Oviedo's injury. It's the first time in his career he has had a run of games and had chance to show his potential. I got my chance today and I've shown the manager what I can do.

    "We've not got the biggest squad and everybody has got to play their part. Kevin Mirallas is a talent and is so versatile. If you give him freedom, he gets into space and gives you chances.

    "These can be the trickiest games you play, but we prepared well and are into the next round. Hopefully we can progress further."

  4. 19:45: 

    Teams in the hat for the FA Cup fifth round are: Arsenal, Nottingham Forest, Preston, Liverpool, Swansea, Charlton, Cardiff, Manchester City, Brighton, Sheffield Wednesday, Southampton, Hull, Sunderland, Wigan and Everton.

    The draw takes place on Sunday at 17:35 GMT following the Chelsea v Stoke tie.

  5. 19:40: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Stevenage 0-4 Everton
    Roberto Martinez

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez, speaking to BT Sport: "A real negative today is the unfortunate incident [Bryan Oviedo's injury] and we need to give Bryan as much support as we can now. He's had a terrific season and I've been very impressed with him. He's an important player in the group and he deserves a speedy recovery.

    "We always looked a threat on the counter and a threat in front of goal. It was as good as it gets really in terms of a performance. It was a good cup tie, but the injury to Bryan affected everyone. Those type of injuries leave a sick taste."

  6. 19:37: 

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez says Bryan Oviedo has suffered a "bad" injury. "It's a real negative and an unfortunate incident. Those incidents give you a bad taste," says the Spaniard.

  7. 19:34: 

    Stoke have confirmed that they have agreed with Cardiff to swap striker Peter Odemwingie for Kenwyne Jones.

    A good old fashioned swap deal. You don't see them very often any more!

    Stoke say: "The deal is subject to both players passing medicals and agreeing personal terms, but the Potters hope to conclude their move for the Nigerian international over the weekend."

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    Tom: Man City vs Everton 5th round. Guaranteed 4-4 draw.

  9. 19:30:  
    Clive Allen, BBC Radio 5 live

    "John Stones has played his part in a very impressive 4-0 victory and this match will give the young lad a lot of confidence."

  10. 19:28: 
    Stevenage 0-4 Everton
    Stevenage v Everton

    So Roberto Martinez's love affair with the FA Cup continues. The former Wigan manager remains unbeaten in the competition in two years. This was as comfortable as Everton could have wished for.

    Steven Naismith will get the attention for his two goals but victory has come at a high price following an injury to Bryan Oviedo, who has suffered a suspected broken leg.

  11. 19:25: 
    FULL-TIME- Stevenage 0-4 Everton
  12. 19:24: 
    CLOSE!- Stevenage 0-4 Everton

    Incredible miss by Stevenage. Their night is summed up as Darius Charles is thwarted by Joel Robles but the ball bounces into the path of Roarie Deacon who cannot finish. With the ball bobbling around the six-yard area, Dean Parrett tries his luck but somehow the ball stays out.

  13. 19:21: 
    Stevenage 0-4 Everton - Magaye Gueye (84 mins)

    That's eight goals in two FA Cup ties for Everton - 4-0 winners over QPR in the third round. No one will want to face Roberto Martinez's side in the last 16.

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    Opta Sports: 4 - Everton have scored 4+ goals in back to back FA Cup matches for the first time since February 1931. Rout.

  15. 19:15: 
    GOAL- Stevenage 0-4 Everton - Magaye Gueye (84 mins)

    And the answer is a resounding yes. Magaye Gueye has only been on the pitch a few minutes but he rides a couple of challenges before firing home from eight-yards after a clever pass by Leon Osman.

    For a split second the ground fell silent. Not even Everton's travelling fans could quite believe Gueye had found the net.

  16. 19:12: 
    Stevenage 0-3 Everton

    Remember Magaye Gueye? It is a sign of how much Everton are in control of this that the forgotten man of Goodison Park has been thrown on for the final 10 minutes. Can the 23-year-old make an impact?

  17. 19:12: 
    Stevenage 0-3 Everton

    Everton look as though they are quite happy to settle for this scoreline now. The urgency levels have dropped and Roberto Martinez's side are counting down to full time.

  18. 19:07:  
    Clive Allen, BBC Radio 5 live

    "Even by Leighton Baines's standards that was an audacious free-kick. He went for pure power, but it's the subtlety of his free-kicks which has served him so well."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and online

  19. 19:06: 
    Stevenage 0-3 Everton

    Leighton Baines sends a free kick over the bar from 30 yards. The Toffees continue to press.

  20. 19:04: 
    Stevenage 0-3 Everton

    Nice skill by Stevenage striker Francois Zoko, the 30-year-old chesting a cross before prodding narrowly wide. Twenty minutes left. Everton still in complete control.

  21. 19:00:  
    Phil McNulty, BBC Sport Chief Football Writer at Broadhall WayStevenage 0-3 Everton

    "Everton are almost going through training ground passing exercises now. It may be time for Roberto Martinez to conserve the energy of players like Kevin Mirallas, who has taken one or two knocks."

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    Ahmad Aleid: Mirallas's cycle assist for Heitinga's goal was just amazing.

  23. 18:58: 
    Stevenage 0-3 Everton

    Everton are not finished here. Oh no. Kevin Mirallas wants to get his name on the score sheet but fires wildly over the bar from the edge of the penalty area. So wildly that the balls lands on the road outside the ground.

  24. 18:53: 
    Stevenage 0-3 Everton

    This is now a damage limitation exercise for Stevenage. Bottom of League One, they can do without a heavy home defeat as they look to climb away from trouble. In contrast Everton, who face Liverpool in the Merseyside derby on Tuesday, can rest legs.

  25. 18:50:  
    Clive Allen, BBC Radio 5 live

    "It was a spectacular overhead kick from the corner of the 18-yard box and Johnny Heitinga was on hand to head home at the far post. Everton are heading into the next round now. Everton have been composed, are confident in possession and Stevenage are chasing shadows."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and online

  26. 18:46: 
    GOAL- Stevenage 0-3 Everton - Johnny Heitinga (55 mins)

    And game over. If this is Johnny Heitinga's final appearance for Everton then that's a fine farewell gift. The former Atletico Madrid man heads home unmarked following a spectacular overhead kick by Kevin Mirallas. Too easy.

  27. 18:46: 
    Stevenage 0-2 Everton

    The hosts have come out fighting at the start of the second half. Lucas Akins forces a save from Toffees keeper Joel Robles but it is comfortable for the Spaniard.

  28. 18:43: 
    Stevenage 0-2 Everton
    Stevenage v Everton

    Stevenage boss Graham Westley is standing in front of his dug out drinking a cup of tea. It's a cold evening in Hertfordshire but he could do with something a bit stronger after seeing his players fade after a bright start.

  29. 18:40:  
    Phil McNulty, BBC Sport Chief Football Writer at Broadhall WayStevenage 0-2 Everton

    "All very comfortable for Everton but their satisfaction will be tempered by that serious injury to the talented Bryan Oviedo. Roberto Martinez will hope for no more problems ahead of Tuesday's Merseyside derby at Anfield."

  30. 18:39: 
    KICK-OFF- Stevenage 0-2 Everton

    Stevenage, with work to do, get us back under way. Everton boss Roberto Martinez makes one change at the start of the second half, Johnny Heitinga replacing Phil Jagielka. Heitinga has been linked with a move away from Goodison Park in the January window. His last Toffees appearance?

  31. 18:36: 
    OVIEDO UPDATE- Stevenage 0-2 Everton

    Everton have just tweeted that Bryan Oviedo has been taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg.

  32. 18:33: 
    Stevenage 0-2 Everton

    Still no clear update on that injury to Everton's Bryan Oviedo. We will bring you all the reaction from Toffees boss Roberto Martinez after the game.

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    Julian in Reading: A week ago we were talking about City reaching 100 goals. A week later 110. Clinical!

  34. 18:30: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Manchester City 4-2 Watford
    Manuel Pellegrini

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini: "I wanted to change all of my players at half-time, all 11 of them. The whole team was a disaster in the first half. My team wants to win every game, and wants to win the FA Cup."

    Join the debate at #bbcfootball- Stevenage 0-2 Everton

    Alan Mead: Re 1811... Bakayoko, I remember it well as I was there. A brilliant free-kick near the end. COYB!

    Stevenage 0-2 Everton
  36. 18:27: 

    Tottenham's interest in the FA Cup might be over for another season following their third round exit against Arsenal. But Spurs winger Andros Townsend will be joined by his father, Troy, for the fifth round draw at Wembley at 17:35 GMT following Sunday's Chelsea v Stoke all-Premier League tie.

    Names definitely in the hat for the last 16 so far are: Arsenal, Nottingham Forest, Preston, Liverpool, Swansea, Cardiff, Charlton, Manchester City, Brighton, Sheffield Wednesday, Southampton, Hull, Sunderland and Wigan.

    Barring a second half capitulation, Everton should also make the hat.

  37. 18:23:  
    Clive Allen, BBC Radio 5 liveStevenage 0-2 Everton

    "It's been a very accomplished performance by Everton - they are controlling the game and look like they have another gear. They can score more goals playing exactly the same way."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and online

  38. 18:21: 
    HALF-TIME- Stevenage 0-2 Everton

    It is all going to plan for Roberto Martinez and his Everton players. A place in the last 16 awaits if they can complete the job. But a serious injury to Bryan Oviedo has overshadowed what has been a very good half for the visitors. I'm sure we'll be hearing a lot more about that before the night is over.

  39. 18:16:  
    Clive Allen, BBC Radio 5 liveStevenage 0-2 Everton

    "The young centre-half John Stones and Phil Jagielka are pushing up well, squeezing the space for Stevenage and knowing if the ball is played in behind them Joel Robles is there to sweep up."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and online

  40. 18:15: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Bolton 0-1 Cardiff
    Dougie Freedman

    Bolton manager Dougie Freedman:

    "David Ngog is having talks at Swansea.

    "In the first half we had three or four half chances and at that level you have to take them. They brought two quality players on in Fraizer Campbell and Craig Noone and we made an error.

    "Andy Lonergan is experienced enough, but he has been really good for us. It isn't a blame culture at this club and when we got around their box we didn't have that quality you need in front of goal.

    "We huffed and puffed in the second half but I'm pleased with the spirit and the performance of the players."

  41. 18:15: 
    Stevenage 0-2 Everton

    Everton's travelling fans are in good voice as the half draws to a close. James McCarthy is receiving treatment following a hefty challenge but the young Scot is made of stern stuff and is soon up on his feet. Stevenage, after their bright start, are struggling to ask questions of the Toffees defence.

  42. 18:11: 
    Stevenage 0-2 Everton
    Stevenage v Everton

    Stat alert: Steven Naismith is the first player to score twice for Everton in an away FA Cup tie since Championship Manager legend Ibrahima Bakayoko at Bristol City in 1999. Remember him?

  43. 18:10: 

    A few moves on the managerial front in the Football League, where Stuart Gray has been handed the Sheffield Wednesday job on a two-and-a-half-year deal.

    And right at the foot of League Two, Northampton could soon have a new manager after target Chris Wilder resigned at Oxford United. Wilder is expected to take charge at Sixfields despite the Cobblers languishing in 92nd place in the Football League.

    Oxford are sixth in League Two.

  44. 18:10: 
    Stevenage 0-2 Everton

    Move on. There's nothing to see here. Not unless Stevenage can pull a goal back before the interval. Everton are in cruise control.


    Morgan Davies: Always talk about a rubbish pitch being a 'leveller' v top league teams. Reality is what just happened to Oviedo. Heartbreaking.

  46. 18:06: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Wigan 2-1 Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis: "We're disappointed not to get something out of the game. We came to have a go and tried to win the game.

    "When you play in cup ties you need certain decisions to go your way. One or two decisions didn't go our way but that is what happens.

    On Jonathan Parr's injury: "He has gone to hospital for a scan. We need to look at the incident again, but it looks like the lad has caught him. It will be interesting to see it again on the cameras.

    "We think the injury was caused by the impact. I'm not sure whether it is his jaw or his neck at the moment."

  47. 18:06:  
    Clive Allen, BBC Radio 5 liveStevenage 0-2 Everton

    "There was some good fortune about the way the ball ended up at Steven Naismith's feet, but the build-up by Everton was magnificent. They opened up the pitch and stretched Stevenage."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and online

  48. 18:02: 
    GOAL- Stevenage 0-2 Everton - Steven Naismith (32 mins)

    Who needs Romelu Lukaku when you have Steven Naismith. The 27-year-old is not renowned for his scoring abilities but the former Rangers man keeps his composure to punish Jon Ashton with a low finish following a mistake by the Stevenage player. That's two goals in 27 minutes for Naismith.

    Credit to substitute Leon Osman for his part in the goal. Surely Everton aren't going to blow this now.

  49. 18:00: 
    Stevenage 0-1 Everton

    Former Tottenham and QPR striker Clive Allen on BBC Radio 5 live: "Everton have shown some real quality when they have got the ball down and played with it but Stevenage have to get the ball forward quickly and put Everton under pressure because the goalkeeper has looked nervous so far. "

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  50. 18:00: 
    Stevenage 0-1 Everton
    Stevenage v Everton

    There is no clear news on that injury to Bryan Oviedo, but he was taken straight into an ambulance and is on his way to hospital.

  51. 17:59:  
    Phil McNulty, BBC Sport Chief Football Writer at Broadhall WayStevenage 0-1 Everton

    "Stevenage not exactly disguising their approach here - plenty of high balls that have already caused Everton and goalkeeper Joel Robles some discomfort. Steven Naismith's goal will have settled some early nerves and has certainly subdued the atmosphere."

  52. 17:57: 
    Stevenage 0-1 Everton

    This is a cracking tie. Stevenage are giving it everything and Filipe Morais forces another fine save from Toffees keeper Joel Robles following a free-kick. The Spaniard is having to earn his money.

  53. 17:56: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Bolton 0-1 Cardiff
    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

    Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer:

    "There is potential to do a deal with Peter Odemwingie going to Stoke and Kenwyne Jones coming to us.

    "I can't confirm anything until deals are done and medicals are done but we are a long way down that road. I can't say anything else about any other players."

    On Juan Mata, who may play for Manchester United against Cardiff on Tuesday, Solskjaer said: "I hope he will have to wait until next week to play.

    "He is one of the top players in European or world football and he has done fantastically well at Chelsea. Manchester United have signed a top, top player."

    On managing against his former club Manchester United, Solskjaer added: "I looked at it the day I got the job, 'when do we play Man Utd?'

    "But since then it has been so busy, I haven't had time to think about it."

  54. 17:55: 
    CLOSE!- Stevenage 0-1 Everton

    Play resumes after a lengthy delay and Stevenage go close as Luke Freeman forces a fine save from goalkeeper Joel Robles - an FA Cup winner with Wigan - following a cleverly worked free-kick. Then Everton power forward and substitute Leon Osman, a replacement for injured Bryan Oviedo, blazes over from close range. Bad miss.

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    Everton midfielder Darron Gibson: "Really feel for Brian there, looked like a bad 1! :("

  56. 17:51: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster

    Kidderminster Harriers manager Andy Thorn told BBC Sport:

    "I'm immensely proud of my players. I thought they were magnificent. We looked like a league club. If that's not a springboard for our season, then I'll be very disappointed.

    "We knew it would be really tough playing a Premier League side and, when we conceded so early, you know you're in danger of ending up with a cricket score.

    "But, for us to be disappointed with not coming away with a draw and getting another crack at them speaks volumes for the performance."

  57. 17:50: 
    Stevenage 0-1 Everton

    That's horrible. Everton's Costa Rica midfielder Bryan Oviedo is down and surrounded by several medical staff after a serious looking ankle injury. Leighton Baines cannot look while Everton chairman Bill Kenwright looks distraught. There's no blame attached to any Stevenage player. Toffees fans sing Oviedo's name as he is carried off on a stretcher.

  58. 17:47: 
    Stevenage 0-1 Everton

    After all the pre-match noise, the home fans have fallen silent since Everton took the lead. It is all a little bit scrappy. Leighton Baines curls a free-kick into the Stevenage penalty area but it is headed clear. Everton are having to work to create openings.

  59. 17:44: 
    Stevenage 0-1 Everton

    The surface is greasy. It's cutting up easily and the Premier League visitors are struggling to keep their feet. Another Stevenage attack. Felipe Morais puts in a good ball for Jimmy Smith but Everton's defence reacts quickly to the danger.

  60. 17:43: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Manchester City 4-2 Watford
    Troy Deeney

    Watford striker Troy Deeney: "We played well. It was so close but they showed what it takes to be in the Premier League, the ruthlessness they showed and that's what we need. People said it was going to be 10-0 and nobody gave us a chance but we knew we are not a bad set of players.

    "City are one of the biggest teams in the world but we showed no fear. They had four forwards on, who knows how much they all cost, but we gave it a real go."


    Opta Joe: 4 - Stevenage's Francois Zoko has scored four goals in three FA Cup appearances this term. Hope.

  62. 17:43:  
    Kevin Kilbane, BBC Final ScoreManchester City 4-2 Watford

    On Manchester City's 4-2 win over Watford: "We thought there was going to be goals but it just didn't go to plan for City. You have to credit to Watford though because they had done their homework. They went 2-0 up but I think we always knew City would come back. They showed a real spirit and we saw a different side to them today.

    "They seem to have this extra gear that they can step up to when they need to."

  63. 17:41: 
    Stevenage 0-1 Everton

    Has that early blow knocked the stuffing out of League One hosts? No. Everton have found themselves penned inside their own half since scoring from their first attack. There's plenty of life left in this yet.

  64. 17:35: 
    GOAL- Stevenage 0-1 Everton - Steven Naismith (6 mins)

    No sooner do Everton survive a major scare in their penalty area than they advance into the home box and score. It was scrappy but boss Roberto Martinez does not care. Kevin Mirallas has a shot which is saved before Aiden McGeady, making his first Toffees start, sets up Steven Naismith to pounce from six yards.

  65. 17:35: 
    Stevenage 0-0 Everton

    No messing from the hosts who force an early corner after Filipe Morais powers forward and sees his cross deflected behind. Then Lucas Akins is presented with a glorious chance to put Stevenage ahead but his shot strikes John Stones.

  66. 17:30: 
    KICK-OFF- Stevenage 0-0 Everton

    Stevenage perform a group huddle on the pitch and the game is up and running. Everton get us started. Perfect conditions for a shock.

  67. 17:28: 
    Stevenage v Everton (1730 GMT)

    Broadhall Way is bouncing and there isn't a spare seat in the house as the two teams emerge for the day's final FA Cup tie. Can League One's bottom club end Roberto Martinez's impressive run in the competition and produce a major shock?

  68. 17:24: 
    STEVENAGE AND THE FA CUP- Stevenage v Everton (1730 GMT)
    Stevenage v Newcastle

    It is 16 years since Stevenage, then in the Conference, held Premier League Newcastle, who included the likes of Alan Shearer and John Barnes, to a 1-1 draw in the fourth round at Broadhall Way.

    The Hertfordshire club lost the replay 2-1 but have since established themselves in the Football League, and famously overcame Newcastle in the FA Cup third round three years ago.

    Can League One's bottom club produce another moment of FA Cup magic at Everton's expense?

  69. 17:23: 

    Andrew Males: Spending my first day of married life at Broadhall Way. Come on Stevenage - give me a great wedding present!

    Paul Johnson: No big cup upsets yet. Come on Everton. Don't let it be us!

    Alex: Shaping up nicely for the shock of the day at Stevenage then.

  70. 17:22: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster
    Gus Poyet

    Sunderland manager Gus Poyet: "It was difficult for the players, a few had to play out of position but they got 90 minutes to show they could play for me in the league. At this stage, it's about doing the job. We started well but after that we relaxed a little and it was hard. Credit to Andy [Thorn] and his team, they were organised and fought for everything. They were waiting for that one chance."

  71. 17:21: 

    Leicester have gone eight points top of the Championship table thanks to a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough.Ipswich beat play-off rivals Reading 2-0, while Derby rescued a 1-1 draw with Blackburn. Caretaker boss Barry Ferguson saw Blackpool draw 1-1 with Doncaster.

    Oldham pulled off one of the comebacks of the season in League One, beating Peterborough 5-4 after trailing 4-2 with 25 minutes left. Walsall hammered Notts County 5-1 to move into the top six. Promotion chasers Wolves beat struggling Bristol City 3-1. Tranmere beat relegation rivals Crewe 1-1. Steve Evans's Rotherham drew 2-2 with former side Crawley.

    There was another incredible fight back in League Two as Dagenham & Redbridge came back from 3-0 down after 61 minutes to hold table-topping Scunthorpe 3-3. Oxford moved up to sixth with a 1-0 win over Torquay, while Northampton are six points off safety after losing 3-1 to Chesterfield. Fleetwood's game at play-off rivals Burton kicked off at 1600 GMT because of heavy rain - the Cod Army have just gone 2-1 up.

  72. 17:19: 

    Opta Joe: Everton have progressed to the fifth round of this competition in each of the last three seasons. Confidence.

  73. 17:19: 
    LINE-UPS- Stevenage v Everton (1730 GMT)

    Stevenage: Day, Ashton (c), Jones, Morais, Charles, Akins, Zoko, Heslop, Freeman, Smith, Hartley. Subs: : Smith, Wedgbury, Burrow, Parrett, Tounkara, Andrade, Deacon.

    Everton: Robles, Hibbert, Baines, Jagielka (c), McGeady, Oviedo, Mirallas, Naismith, McCarthy, Barry, Stones. Subs: Howard, Heitinga, Lukaku, Gueye, Osman, Vellios, McAleny.

    Referee: Anthony Taylor

  74. 17:16: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Southend 0-2 Hull
    Steve Bruce

    Hull manager Steve Bruce: "As we stand here now it's hurricane conditions. It had all the ingredients for an upset and we had to stand up and be counted. We matched their endeavour, they threw everything at us but that little bit of quality shone through with us.

    "Matty Fryatt got injured in his very first game for me, he was out for 13 months and then went out on loan but since then he's been excellent for me. He showed what a good player he is, his second goal was outstanding. You are only as good as your strikers, we've brought in a couple and it is looking good in that department."

  75. 17:15: 
    Stevenage v Everton (1730 GMT)

    Aiden McGeady made his first start for Everton as Roberto Martinez's side looked to avoid an FA Cup upset. Joel Robles, John Stones, Tony Hibbert and Steven Naismith all came into the Toffees' starting XI while Romelu Lukaku is named on the substitutes bench. Stevenage include former Chelsea duo Jimmy Smith and Filipe in their side.

  76. 17:13: 
    MANAGER REACTION- Southend 0-2 Hull
    Phil Brown

    Southend boss Phil Brown: "We gave a good account of ourselves. We asked them to test themselves against top flight players and we did that. At 0-0 we were in the game but the first goal on the hour mark knocked the wind out of our sails. In the end it looks comfortable for them but we threw caution to the wind and went for the equaliser.

    "Now it's back to the grind of the bottom division at Dagenham on Tuesday."

  77. 17:11:  
    Phil McNulty, BBC Sport Chief Football Writer at Broadhall WayStevenage v Everton (1730 GMT)

    "Plenty of early arrivals around Stevenage's Broadhall Way ahead of the fourth round FA Cup tie with Everton. The royal blue shirts are already in evidence. Everton have experienced the many highs and lows of the FA Cup and it was their last trophy in 1995. Manager Roberto Martinez has very recent history as the last manager to win it - and he wants more."

  78. 17:07: 
    Stevenage v Everton (1730 GMT)

    So Watford run out of steam at Manchester City but holders Wigan hold out to claim a Premier League scalp in the shape of Crystal Palace. Can Stevenage - League One's bottom club - produce the shock of the day by beating Everton? Kick off in the final tie of the day is minutes away.

  79. 17:05: 
    Rochdale 1-2 Sheff Wed

    BBC Sport's Luke Reddy at Spotland: "All over at Rochdale where a huge travelling contingent of Sheffield Wednesday fans will look forward to watching their side in the last 16 for the first time in 11 years. They battled well to hold on with 10 men and the win will be more fuel for caretaker boss Stuart Gray who has openly said he wants the job full-time.

    "Rochdale ran out of steam late on, but a crowd of over 8,000 will do wonders for the bank balance, even if a romantic cup win was beyond them."

  80. 17:04: 
    Bolton 0-1 Cardiff

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "Cardiff booked their place in the fifth round of the FA Cup for only the third time in 20 years, but needed a goalkeeping error from Andy Lonergan to see them past Championship Bolton.

    "Fraizer Campbell, who had only been on the pitch for five minutes, was the grateful recipient as he tapped home the only goal from close range early in the second half.

    "Bolton had a couple of chances to grab an equaliser but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team held on to book their place in the last 16."

  81. 17:03: 
    Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at the Stadium of Light: "Kidderminster Harriers, 79 places below Sunderland in the English football pyramid, have every reason to feel proud of themselves. Although the Conference club managed just one shot on target, their blanket defence restricted Sunderland to relatively few chances."

  82. 17:00: 
    FULL-TIME- Wigan 2-1 Crystal Palace

    Wigan's love affair with the FA Cup continues. Now 10 ties in the competition without defeat for the holders.

  83. 16:59: 
    FULL-TIME- Wigan 2-1 Crystal Palace
  84. 16:56: 
    FULL-TIME- Huddersfield 0-1 Charlton

    Infostrada Sports: #mancity come back from 2 goals down to win for the 2nd time this season - winning 3-2 at #bayernmunchen (CL) and 4-2 vs Watford #FACup

  86. 16:56: 

    Just Wigan still playing now, plenty of added time at the DW.

  87. 16:55: 
    FULL-TIME- Port Vale 1-3 Brighton
  88. 16:55: 
    FULL-TIME- Rochdale 1-2 Sheff Wed
  89. 16:55: 
    FULL-TIME- Bolton 0-1 Cardiff
  90. 16:54: 
    FULL-TIME- Southampton 2-0 Yeovil
  91. 16:54: 
    FULL-TIME- Birmingham 1-2 Swansea
  92. 16:52: 
    FULL-TIME- Manchester City 4-2 Watford

    Two-nil down on the hour mark, City win 4-2. Remarkable.

  93. 16:51: 
    FULL-TIME- Southend 0-2 Hull
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    Sathya Pandalai: Sergio Aguero is an unbelievable talent. Him and Messi for Argentina in the World Cup would be a tremendous combination.

    Chelsea Warrior: This City team is a juggernaut.

    Kemlo: Given their home form, there was no way Man City would be subdued by Watford for long.

  95. 16:51: 
    FULL-TIME- Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster
  96. 16:49: 
    GOAL- Manchester City 4-2 Watford - Sergio Aguero HAT-TRICK (90 mins)

    Ridiculous. Manchester City keep up their average of four goals in every home game, Sergio Aguero heading in Jesus Navas's cross from the right to send City into the last 16.

  97. 16:48: 
    Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at the Stadium of Light: "Having not had a sniff of goal the whole of the second half, Kidderminster Harriers are ending on top. Danny Jackman fires just wide. Come on Kiddy, come on" yell the away fans. Four minutes of injury time at the Stadium of Light."

  98. 16:48:  
    David Pleat, Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:Southend 0-2 Hull

    "Great goal from Matty Fryatt. It whisked into the far corner quick as a flash and that is the end for Southend."

    You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary of the match online.

  99. 16:47: 
    GOAL- Southend 0-2 Hull - Matty Fryatt (90 mins)

    Steve Bruce 2-0 Phil Brown.

    Matty Fryatt doubles the lead for Hull, beating two men on a mazy run before slamming high into the net.


    BBC Sport's Gary Lineker: While there's Aguero there's hope!

  101. 16:44: 
    GOAL- Manchester City 3-2 Watford - Aleksandar Kolarov (87 mins)

    Would you believe it?

    Yes. Yes you would. Even at 2-0 down you fancied Manchester City's goalpower to take them through and Aleksandar Kolarov has hammered a 40-yarder right through Watford keeper Jonathan Bond, who's had a meltdown there.

  102. 16:43: 
    GOAL- Wigan 2-1 Crystal Palace - James McClean (78 mins)

    And we are minutes from a shock after James McClean scores to leave holders Wigan in the driving seat against Premier League Crystal Palace and on the brink of the last 16.

  103. 16:43: 
    Rochdale 1-2 Sheff Weds

    BBC Sport's Luke Reddy reports: "Sheffield Wednesday have stemmed the flow well since being reduced to 10 men. It looked like they may be pinned into their half, but with two banks of four they look solid. Rochdale aren't asking too many questions and it's the Owls' fans making the noise."

  104. 16:43: 
    Bolton 0-1 Cardiff

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "Bolton are pushing for an equaliser and only a couple of fine saves from Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall has kept his side ahead. He blocked Medo's powerful effort from a tight angle and did well to scramble away a sliced clearance from Cardiff defender Ben Turner."

  105. 16:42: 

    Into the last few minutes then. No real Cupsets on the cards, but Manchester City are heading for an unwanted replay...

  106. 16:41:  
    David Pleat, Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:Southend 0-1 Hull

    "Good effort by Robbie Brady but Daniel Bentley was up for it. Overall the Southend keeper hasn't had that much to do."

    You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary of the match online.

  107. 16:40: 
    Wigan 1-1 Crystal Palace

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "Talk about an instant impact! I make that about 150 seconds between Aaron Wilbraham coming on and bagging Palace's equaliser. He hasn't scored many for the Eagles, but his predatory pounce from inside the six-yard box could prove vital."

  108. 16:39: 
    GOAL- Port Vale 1-3 Brighton - Jonathan Obika (78 mins)

    On-loan Tottenham man Jonathan Obika steers Brighton towards round five, he was clean through on goal and made no mistake.

  109. 16:38:  
    Steve Claridge, BBC Sport, Final ScoreManchester City 2-2 Watford

    "Everything City do is professional. You saw that in the second leg of the League Cup semi-final when they were already leading 6-0. You would have thought they were 6-0 down as they went out to make sure of the victory. They have named a strong side today too so for Watford to push them all the way is even more impressive."

  110. 16:36: 
    GOAL- Manchester City 2-2 Watford - Sergio Aguero (79 mins)

    Hold the Cupset-o-meter! Sergio Aguero is pretty good, and he proves it again, cutting inside on to his left foot and curling in his 24th goal of the season.

  111. 16:35: 
    GOAL- Wigan 1-1 Crystal Palace - Aaron Wilbraham (69 mins)

    There's a grandstand finish at the DW Stadium as Palace hit back through 34-year-old substitute Aaron Wilbraham, who pounces from close range soon after climbing off the bench. Can holders Wigan respond and avoid a replay in London?

  112. 16:34: 

    Watford are 15 minutes away from a huge Cupset. The Cupset of all Cupsets, given Manchester City's home form this season.

    They put nine past West Ham don't forget (over two legs). Seven past Norwich, six past Arsenal...

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    Chris Harvey: Any chance of a shout-out for Russ Wilcox at @SUFCOfficial. His managerial record is about to read: played 11, won 8, drawn 3.

    Extraordinary start at Scunthorpe. Hats off Russ...

  114. 16:30: 
    Manchester City 1-2 Watford

    Watford are having to deal with an almighty storm at the Etihad now - Stevan Jovetic, Edin Dzeko, Sergio Aguero and Jesus Navas forming a fearsome Manchester City front four, with Vincent Kompany also helping out in attack and Yaya Toure offering back-up. A long 18 minutes ahead for the Hornets.

  115. 16:30: 

    Leicester are set to go eight points top of the Championship table as they lead Middlesbrough 1-0. Blackburn will close the gap on the play-off places if they hold onto their 1-0 lead over fourth-placed Derby. Ipswich will do likewise if they beat Reading, and they are leading 1-0.

    Goals galore in League One, with Walsall hammering Notts County 5-1, with Febian Brandy getting a hat-trick, and Peterborough 4-3 up at Oldham. Crawley lead Rotherham 2-1 in the Steve Evans derby.

    League Two leaders Scunthorpe are 3-1 up at Dagenham & Redbridge. Bottom side Northampton are now 2-1 down to promotion-chasing Chesterfield after taking a first-half lead. Fleetwood's game at play-off rivals Burton kicked off at 1600 GMT because of heavy rain - and the Cod Army lead 1-0. Bristol Rovers will move away from the bottom two if they hold on to beat play-off hopefuls Newport 2-1.


    Opta Joe: 7 - Sergio Aguero has now scored in seven successive appearances for Manchester City. Lifeline.

  117. 16:27: 
    GOAL- Birmingham 1-2 Swansea - Wilfried Bony (69 mins)

    The old one-two from Wilfried Bony and the Swans look to be on their way into the fifth round draw thanks to the big striker's brace.

  118. 16:26: 
    GOAL- Southampton 2-0 Yeovil - Sam Gallagher (70 mins)

    A first goal for Southampton youngster Sam Gallagher, a half-time substitute, as he caps a solo run down the left with an accomplished low finish from 15 yards.

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    Dan Nixon: Role reversal day in Manchester so far. City getting beat at home, Utd spending big. What is the world coming to?

  120. 16:26: 
    GOAL- Birmingham 1-1 Swansea - Wilfried Bony (67 mins)

    Swansea get reward for their impressive second-half play - Wilfried Bony firing home Roland Lamah's cross from a tight angle.

  121. 16:25: 
    Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at the Stadium of Light: "Sunderland boss Gus Poyet, fed up at still only being 1-0 ahead midway through the second half, brings on two of Wednesday night's midweek Capital One Cup heroes, on-loan Liverpool striker Fabio Borini and midfielder Craig Gardner."

  122. 16:25: 
    Manchester City 1-2 Watford

    Vincent Kompany is driving Manchester City forward from the back - starting the move which sees Edin Dzeko fire straight at Jonathan Bond from 20 yards.

  123. 16:24: 
    RED CARD- Rochdale 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday - Joe Mattock

    Sheffield Wednesday left-back Joe Mattock - who scored the opener - has been sent-off for a second yellow card. That has set up a shaky last 20 minutes for the Championship side.

  124. 16:22: 

    We are into the last 25 minutes or so then.

    Can Manchester City fight back? Or will Watford pull the shock off?

  125. 16:21:  
    David Pleat, Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:Southend 0-1 Hull

    "It was well taken by Matty Fryatt. He took it to the left side of the goal and took a cross-shot that left Daniel Bentley with no chance. Southend were doing the majority of the pressing. it was a clever break by Hull."

    You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary of the match online.

  126. 16:20: 
    Bolton 0-1 Cardiff

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "The game has been poor so it is only fitting that a mistake causes the first goal of the match.

    "Bolton goalkeeper Andy Lonergan has his head in his hands after failing to collect Craig Noone's soft cross into the box. The goalkeeper's error enabled Campbell, who had only been on five minutes, to tap home in front of the jubilant fans.

    "Lonergan is again at fault a few minutes later when he flaps at a corner and Campbell heads over."

  127. 16:20: 
    GOAL- Rochdale 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday - Michael Rose (60 mins)

    Boooom! A cracker from left-back Michael Rose as he thrashes one in from 25 yards to give Dale a chance! What a goal.

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    Christian Reilly: There's a plastic bag blowing around the Etihad pitch and it is noticeably quicker and causing more of a problem than Džeko

    Lee Putman: Barcelona will definitely be keeping a close eye on Watford's performance so far.

    Daniel Hykin: Can I get a shoutout for #Walsall FC. Already 5-0 up away from home! With the Ginger Mourinho in charge!

  129. 16:19: 
    Manchester City 1-2 Watford

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan at Etihad Stadium: "I have rarely seen Manuel Pellegrini so agitated before Sergio Aguero's goal. But the hosts have the momentum now, the stadium is electric and Watford will have to defend like lions."

  130. 16:19: 
    GOAL- Southend 0-1 Hull - Matty Fryatt (63 mins)

    They might have lost their last three Premier League games without scoring but Hull have the lead at Roots Hall. Former Leicester forward Matty Fryatt beats keeper Daniel Bentley with a fine finish to leave the League Two hosts with everything to do.

  131. 16:18: 
    Wigan 1-0 Crystal Palace
    Wigan chairman Dave Whelan

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "Back under way - going to be a late finish here after an eight-minute delay for Palace defender Jonathan Parr's serious-looking injury. Here's Wigan chairman Dave Whelan enjoying the action from his comfy seat."

  132. 16:17: 
    GOAL- Rochdale 0-2 Sheffield Wednesday - Oguchi Onyewu (57 mins)

    Another goal from a set-piece as Joe Mattock's corner is buried at the second attempt by USA international Oguchi Onyewu. The former AC Milan man ticks off 'Spotland' on his grounds he's scored at.

  133. 16:16: 
    GOAL- Manchester City 1-2 Watford - Sergio Aguero (60 mins)

    Is the comeback on? That man Sergio Aguero reignites Manchester City's quadruple dreams, converting Aleksandar Kolarov's cross.

  134. 16:15: 
    GOAL- Huddersfield 0-1 Charlton - Simon Church (54 mins)

    First chance of the day and it's converted! Simon Church - formerly of Huddersfield - runs through to nudge the ball home.

  135. 16:15: 
    Huddersfield 0-0 Charlton

    When Harry Gration tells you this is one of the worst game he's seen in years, you know it's bad. The home side have been marginally the better side but there have been no clear-cut chances to speak of all afternoon.

  136. 16:13: 
    Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    Manchester City are about to bring on Stevan Jovetic as they attempt to find a way through Watford's five-man defence. A great chance for the forgotten £22m star to make himself a hero at the Etihad.

  137. 16:14: 
    Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at the Stadium of Light: "Sunderland's El-Hadji Ba starts the second half by being booked for a bad challenge on Harriers wide man Amari Morgan-Smith, the home side's second yellow card after a mystery caution for goalscorer Charis Mavrias just before the interval."

  138. 16:12: 
    Rochdale 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    BBC Sport's Luke Reddy at Spotland: "An entire side of the ground celebrates as a glancing header from Joe Mattock breaks the deadlock. Wednesday finished the first half strongly and have picked up in the same manner. Bedlam amongst the travelling support. They're singing the traditional "Wembley" song."

  139. 16:11: 
    Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan at Etihad Stadium: "Vincent Kompany and Pablo Zabaleta on for Manchester City as Micah Richards and Jack Rodwell are replaced. Martin Demichelis has moved forward to join Yaya Toure in central midfield and already City have more energy."

  140. 16:09: 
    GOAL- Bolton 0-1 Cardiff - Fraizer Campbell (50 mins)

    That's what you call an inspired change - Fraizer Campbell steps off the bench to fire home after Andy Lonergan makes a complete hash of dealing with Craig Noone's cross.

  141. 16:09: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Bolton 0-0 Cardiff

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "Fraizer Campbell and Craig Noone both scored in Cardiff's 2-1 win at Newcastle in the third round and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has brought the pair on at the start of the second half.

    "Magnus Wolff Eikrem, who was making his first start for the club, is off, as is Andreas Cornelius."

  142. 16:08: 
    GOAL- Rochdale 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday - Joe Mattock (51 mins)

    Chris Maguire swings in a corner and it sails into the net - but did it get a touch on the way? The goal is awarded to Joe Mattock, there were a few bodies piling in on that one.

  143. 16:08: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Birmingham City 1-0 Swansea

    The Swans bring on Wilfried Bony as they try and force their way back into this tie.

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    Aidan Williams: Much credit to the lower league teams today, Bournemouth, Watford, Birmingham. All put/putting in great performances.

    Stephen Foster: I would say City have been poor, but that would be a massive injustice to Watford.

    Dan Hogwood: No team is invincible and that includes Man City. No amount of talent or money spent will ever rule out a cup upset.

    David Pleat, Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:Southend 0-0 Hull

    "The bar is still shaking. A magnificent left-footed shot from Michael Timlin and when the ball came down Barry Corr could not get power or accuracy on his header and Steve Harper was able to save it."

    You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary of the match online.

  146. 16:07: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Southend 0-0 Hull

    Hull City survive by a coat of paint as Michael Timlin lets fly from range and rattles the bar. Roots Hall senses an opportunity...

  147. 16:06: 
    Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at the Stadium of Light: "Back out on Wearside. No subs on, but Kidderminster Harriers do have attacking options on the bench, last term's 19-goal top scorer Anthony Malbon and new signing Freddie Ladapo, signed from Colchester United on Friday."

  148. 16:04: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    Manchester City have brought on Vincent Kompany and Pablo Zabaleta for the second half. Big problems call for big men.

  149. 16:04: 

    Right then, the second set of 45 are upon us. This FA Cup weekend could become very memorable in a number of ways...

  150. 16:02: 
    Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    This is the footballing equivalent of Australia being 70-5 in the Ashes - Manchester City need a Brad Haddin-like character to take the game away from their opponents. Sergio? Yaya? Micah?

  151. 16:02: 
    Wigan 1-0 Crystal Palace

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "Would this class as a 'Cupset'? A lower league side is beating their top-flight visitors - but then again the 'underdogs' are the FA Cup holders. To be honest it has been a drab opening 45 minutes in temperatures where the mercury is very low. But the home fans have been warmed by Ben Watson's opener."

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    "Manchester City find themselves in something of a Hornet's nest at halftime. If only they could sort their home form out this season..."

  153. 15:55: 
    Bolton 0-0 Cardiff

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "A first half that provided little excitement at a bitterly cold Reebok Stadium.

    "Cardiff have came closest to opening the scoring and Mark Hudson should have done better with his close-range header.

    "Manchester United boss David Moyes is among the crowd and will not have seen anything to be scared of ahead of his side's home game against Cardiff on Tuesday, a match that could see Juan Mata make his United debut."

  154. 15:53: 
    Wigan 1-0 Crystal Palace
    Wigan v Crystal Palace

    They are still playing at Wigan and there are worried faces on the Crystal Palace bench as defender Jonathan Parr needs urgent medical attention after a clash with Callum McManaman. It does not look good for the 25-year-old who has about eight medical staff helping him on to a stretcher. Eight minutes of added time as Parr, wearing an oxygen mask, goes off to concerned applause.

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    Angus in Hertfordshire, via text: In order for Watford to get anything from this game, we will need an eight-goal thriller judging by City's four goals per game average...

  156. 15:52: 

    No goals in the first half in any of the Championship's four games, leaders Leicester are being held by Middlesbrough.

    Tranmere could overtake Crewe near the bottom of the League One table as they lead the Alex 1-0. Third-placed Wolves are 2-1 up against lowly Bristol City, with Nouha Dicko scoring his second late in the first half. Shrewsbury, another struggling side, have just levelled it up at Swindon Town. Walsall could move into the top six as they lead Notts County 3-0.

    In League Two, leaders Scunthorpe are still 1-0 up at Dagenham & Redbridge. Seventh-placed Oxford lead struggling Torquay and bottom side Northampton are drawing 1-1 with Chesterfield, who are fourth.

    Burton's game with play-off rivals Fleetwood is now a 16:00 GMT kick-off because of heavy rain.

  157. 15:52: 

    Watford leading at Manchester City is obviously massive Cupset news, but where else is there a sniff of an upset?

    Championship side Birmingham lead Swansea - but that's not exactly huge news - while it's a similar story at Wigan where the holders lead Premier League side Crystal Palace.

    So one massive shock, and two minor ones on the cards.

  158. 15:51: 
    Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    The Hornets are buzzing - and the half-time stats underline what a superb job they are doing on Manuel Pellegrini's men.

    Manchester City 0-2 Watford
  159. 15:50: 
    Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at the Stadium of Light: "Still only 1-0 . . . and, apart from a couple of chances for Emanuele Giaccherini, Sunderland have not really looked like adding to their lead. Still hope for the Harriers."

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    Saikat Nandy: Has Pellegrini ever made a half time talk? Seems he needs to find one. Shocking

    Sebastian Clare: Manchester City's starting XI today cost £160 million to assemble. That's a conservative estimate. Money well-spent, eh?

    Mathew Penistone: I saw some criticism for Wenger going with his first choice CB pairing last night. Looking at City can you blame him!

  161. 15:48: 
    HALF-TIME- Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan at Etihad Stadium: "Let's just put this in context: Only Bayern Munich have taken points off Manchester City at home this season, every other match they have won and they have averaged four goals a game. It's only half-time but if this result stands, Giuseppe Sannino will go down in Watford's history, no matter what else he achieves at Vicarage Road. City have been average so far, though, and you would expect better in the second half."

  162. 15:47:  
    David Pleat, Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:HALF-TIME- Southend 0-0 Hull

    "Hull came into the game a bit more towards the end but Southend have held their own. It's a close game - one goal could be enough to decide it."

    You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary of the match online.

  163. 15:44: 
    Wigan 1-0 Crystal Palace

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "While the Palace fans continue to make a racket, their team aren't playing to the beat of the drum being constantly hammered in the away end. And the drummer is forced into a momentary silence as ex-Eagles midfielder Ben Watson steers in James McClean's left-wing pull-back for the opener goal of an even first half. That causes the decibel levels to raise in the home end as Latics boss Uwe Rosler turns and fist pumps the cold northern air."

  164. 15:44: 
    GOAL- Port Vale 1-2 Brighton - Solly March (43 mins)

    Brighton have regained the lead with a lucky goal just before the break. A mis-hit cross from Solly March floats into the top corner and Vale look like trailing 2-1 at the interval.

  165. 15:42:  
    Kevin Kilbane, BBC Final ScoreManchester City 0-2 Watford

    "You can't say that Manchester City have put a weakened side out, it's a top team. All credit to Watford for this scoreline."

    Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    Opta Joe: 4 - Manchester City have conceded the first goal of the game at the Etihad Stadium for only the fourth occasion this season.

    4- Watford had scored just four goals in their previous 10 FA Cup matches against Premier League sides before today.

  167. 15:39: 
    Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    Watford might be on the verge of joining Bayern Munich as the only team to win at Etihad Stadium this season, but Hornets goalscorer Troy Deeney is urging his team not to get carried away - going round his team-mates and gesturing to them to think and stay calm.

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    Luke: City collapsing, even with the ref continuing the tradition of making up new laws in favour of City.

    Pawara Prongjit: Looks like BBC Cupset-o-meter is skyrocketingly high at Manchester's Etihad Stadium #facup

    Mark Perrill: Calling it now. City get a late first half goal and then score 2-3 unanswered second half #dreamsdonthappen #facup

    Chris Watkins: City 2-0 down at home, and Guly's scored for Southampton. The FA Cup makes the world go crazy. How could anyone not love it?

  169. 15:38: 
    CLOSE!- Rochdale 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    BBC Sport's Luke Reddy at Spotland: "What a chance for Rochdale to take the lead. Midfielder Matt Done profits from a slip in the box and with just the keeper to beat, he shoots low, only for Damian Martinez to save with his legs. That was the chance of the half. Wednesday's caretaker boss Stuart Gray is whistling to his wide men and telling them to tuck in and narrow the pitch. He knows this is not a day to be expansive. The Championship side are in a battle."

    Steve Claridge, BBC Sport, Final ScoreManchester City 0-2 Watford

    "I saw Watford last week and Fernando Forestieri really is a quality player, if they can can get him on the ball. There have been a few changes from last season, with Matej Vydra leaving and Nathanial Chalobah going back to Chelsea but on their day they play some really good stuff and this is obviously their day."

    David Pleat, Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:Southend 0-0 Hull

    "Hull should have scored - no doubt about it. George Boyd beat the offside trap and played it to Danny Graham who shot at Daniel Bentley."

    You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary of the match online.

  172. 15:37: 
    GOAL- Port Vale 1-1 Brighton - Chris Robertson (36 mins)

    Game on! Port Vale's first corner is headed in by central defender Chris Robertson. Simple as that.

  173. 15:36: 
    GOAL- Wigan 1-0 Crystal Palace - Ben Watson (36 mins)

    Would you believe it. Holders Wigan take the lead against Premier League opposition thanks to their former Palace midfielder Ben Watson - the player whose goal secured the Latics the trophy in May.

    Watson is in an excellent place to tuck the ball home following a clever pull-back from James McClean. Are Wigan heading for the last 16?

  174. 15:35: 
    Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan at Etihad Stadium: "This is quite something. Martin Demichelis plays a poor pass out of defence, Sean Murray zips the ball quickly into attack and Ikechi Anya plays in Troy Deeney this time. Are we on the verge of Manchester City's first domestic defeat at home this season? A long way to go still, but Watford fans are singing 'Can we play you every week?'"

  175. 15:34: 
    Manchester City 0-2 Watford
    Manchester City 0-2 Watford

    I bet Watford's fans are in dreamland at the Etihad after Troy Deeney's strike - the forward finishing a flowing move involving Sean Murray and Ikechi Anya. That Manchester City quadruple is looking in trouble.

  176. 15:34: 
    Bolton 0-0 Cardiff

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "We are lacking quality and clear-cut chances so far. The play has been congested in the midfield with the final pass from both sides being disappointing.

    "Bolton have had a decent amount of possession in the last 10 minutes but are still to test David Marshall in the Cardiff goal. The visitors then see a chance fall to Mark Hudson but he heads across goal instead of on target from only three yards out."

  177. 15:32: 
    Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster
    Sunderland v Kidderminster

    Sunderland's teenage Greece midfielder Charis Mavrias (second left) celebrates with team mates after scoring for the Capital One Cup finalists against Kidderminster.

    However, the Conference visitors have settled down after their disappointing start. Enough to induce a quick chorus from their fans of that great favourite on these such occasions "Premier League? You're having a laugh!"

  178. 15:30: 

    No goals in the opening 20 minutes of the four games in the Championship.

    There are two goals towards the top of the League One table - third-placed Wolves are leading struggling Bristol City 1-0 and Peterborough, in fifth, are 2-0 up at Oldham.

    The Football League's bottom team, Northampton, were leading fourth-placed Chesterfield but the Spireites have just made it 1-1. Leaders Scunthorpe are beating Dagenham & Redbridge, while play-off chasers Oxford lead Torquay. Morecambe are drawing 1-1 against Portsmouth.

  179. 15:29: 
    GOAL- Manchester City 0-2 Watford - Troy Deeney (30 mins)

    The shock of the round is well and truly on now. Watford, who have dominated the match, deservedly double their lead through Troy Deeney.

  180. 15:28: 
    Birmingham City 1-0 Swansea

    The Blues remain good value for their lead, with Swansea struggling to adapt to the sodden conditions. However, the visitors do go close with a half-chance which Alejandro Pozuelo spurns.

  181. 15:28: 
    GOAL- Port Vale 0-1 Brighton - Rohan Ince (27 mins)

    Championship leads League One as Rohan Ince tucks away a corner from Andrea Orlandi, smashing in from the edge of the box.

    David Pleat, Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:Southend 0-0 Hull

    "Terrific save from Steve Harper from Mark Phillips' chance. He positioned himself very well. He's rolling the ball out of the box instead of playing long balls."

    You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary of the match online.

  183. 15:27: 
    Rochdale 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday
    Rochdale 0-0 Sheff Weds

    BBC Sport's Luke Reddy at Spotland: "Somewhere over the rainbow. It's a fairly idyllic skyline in Rochdale but the action is far from sedate. Peter Vincenti has just headed narrowly wide for the home side. They're growing into it. Every kick and decision is met with roars by the home support. A proper cup tie."

    Kevin Kilbane, BBC Sport, Final ScoreManchester City 0-1 Watford

    "We were all expecting City to have the lead there but it's a great start for Watford. I read a really good article about the Watford manager and what he has done to get where he is and I really like his philosophy. But City have this great ability of stepping up their game when they need to and I can't imagine it will stay 1-0 to Watford."

  185. 15:25: 
    Manchester City 0-1 Watford

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan at Etihad Stadium: "You can't say that goal came against the run of play. Fernando Forestieri had already been played in once but was let down by a bad touch but this time he made no mistake. Watford are playing a 5-2-3 at times here, which means when they break, Manchester City are quickly outnumbered."

  186. 15:24: 
    Wigan 0-0 Crystal Palace

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "After a slow start, Premier League Crystal Palace are beginning to warm to their task. Eagles striker Cameron Jerome forces Wigan keeper Ali Al Habsi into a marvellous acrobatic save before the Oman international is called upon to stop Stuart O'Keefe's low effort.

    "Impressive travelling support for Palace with the 1,000 or so away fans behind the goal making all the noise - taunting the home fans for their lack of sound."

  187. 15:22: 
    GOAL- Southampton 1-0 Yeovil - Guly do Prado (Pen 23 mins)

    Guly do Prado steps up and smashes the penalty home to give the Saints the lead.

    Birmingham City 1-0 Swansea

    Opta Joe: 4 - Birmingham's Lee Novak has now scored four goals in his last six FA cup appearances. Specialist.

  189. 15:22: 
    PENALTY TO SOUTHAMPTON- Southampton 0-0 Yeovil

    Shane Duffy, on loan from Everton, is penalised for handball and that is a spot-kick.

  190. 15:21: 
    GOAL- Manchester City 0-1 Watford - Fernando Forestieri (21 mins)

    Wow. This would be the shock of the season. Free-scoring Manchester City are given the runaround in midfield, the Hornets finally play the ball through and Fernando Forestieri is on hand to slot through the legs of Costel Pantilimon.

  191. 15:20: 
    Bolton 0-0 Cardiff

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "All the noise is coming from the away support and Cardiff have dominated the early stages with a deflected shot from Andreas Cornelius having to be tipped over by Bolton goalkeeper Andy Lonergan.

    "That prompts home boss Dougie Freedman, who said he felt a sense of shame at his side's 7-1 defeat to Reading last week, to come to the edge of his technical area and scream at his side."

  192. 15:20: 
    Manchester City 0-0 Watford

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan at Etihad Stadium: "Good start to this game with chances at both ends, a bit of needle in the penalty area, and Watford fans making themselves known to the locals. Giuseppe Sannino is a bundle of energy on the touchline, urging his team forward and they have come close on the counter-attack twice, but a poor final touch has let them down."

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    Andrew from Richhill, via text: Today we have another chance to see that ever elusive scoreline from Scotland, East Fife 4-5 Forfar will never materialise.

  194. 15:19: 
    MOYES WATCH- Bolton 0-0 Cardiff
    David Moyes

    Manchester United manager David Moyes is at the Reebok Stadium this afternoon. Is he trying to hijack Swansea's move for David Ngog? I doubt it - he'll just be scouting next week's opponents, Cardiff City.

  195. 15:17: 
    Rochdale 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    BBC Sport's Luke Reddy at Spotland: "The rain is teeming down at Rochdale and home fans will be thankful. Wednesday striker Caolan Lavery finds himself in the clear after a lucky ricochet but slips as he's about to pull the trigger and can only swing a leg at the rain sodden ball while he's on the floor. A let off for Dale, Wednesday have settled well."

  196. 15:16: 
    PENALTY APPEAL- Manchester City 0-0 Watford

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan at Etihad Stadium: "Watford have made a positive start and there is a penalty shout here as Ikechi Anya is sent clean through, pokes the ball past Costel Pantilimon and out of play but then gets clattered by the Romanian goalkeeper. Referee Kevin Friend takes no action. Intriguing."

  197. 15:16:  
    Mark Pougatch, BBC Radio 5 liveSouthend 0-0 Hull

    Not sure I've ever seen a more packed commentary box ! Roots Hall @bbc5 live now

    Roots Hall
  198. 15:14: 
    GOAL- Birmingham City 1-0 Swansea - Lee Novak (15 mins)

    St Andrew's is rocking as Lee Novak flicks in a cross from Paul Caddis. Our first potential shock?

  199. 15:14: 
    Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at the Stadium of Light: "Kidderminster have a great chance to equalise, but 11-goal top scorer Michael Gash fires straight at Sunderland's debutant keeper Oscar Ustari. Although the ball squirms from his grasp, and trickles towards the line, Sunderland clear their lines."

    Sunderland v Kidderminster
    David Pleat, Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:Southend 0-0 Hull

    "Hull certainly have passing ability in midfield. At the moment they're showing a bit more confidence when they have the ball to pass it. Southend have been more likely to play forward progressive balls."

    You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary of the match online.

  201. 15:13: 
    Rochdale 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    BBC Sport's Luke Reddy at Spotland: "Rochdale's home attendances have averaged under 3,000 this season. There are far more than than that in attendance at a boisterous Spotland. Home supporters had their hearts in mouths early on though. Ashley Eastham felled Wednesday's Chris Maguire, but referee Simon Hooper adjudged Eastham wasn't the last man. It was close."

  202. 15:11: 
    CLOSE!- Bolton 0-0 Cardiff

    The visitors are making the early running - Andreas Cornelius taking aim from just inside the area but his effort is tipped over the bar.

  203. 15:11: 
    Wigan 0-0 Crystal Palace
    Wigan v Crystal Palace

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "Ah, the romance of the FA Cup. Everyone loves it right? Doesn't seem like that in Wigan. The holders' home clash against Crystal Palace hasn't captured the imagination of the Lancashire town - there are swathes of empty red and blue seats here with one stand behind the goal completely shut. A wet and wild January afternoon hasn't helped boost numbers, although the home fans who have braved the elements have been warmed by an encouraging opening by Wigan."

  204. 15:09: 
    Birmingham City 0-0 Swansea

    A decent start for Birmingham, with Albert Rusnak, on loan from Manchester City, having a shot deflected behind after cutting in from the left.

  205. 15:06: 
    Manchester City 0-0 Watford

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan at Etihad Stadium: "No sign of FA Cup lethargy here, only a few spare seats in the house. No wonder, given the amount of goals that have been flying in. Watford have made a positive start but Fernando Forestieri has just wasted a decent free-kick opportunity by blasting it straight into the wall."

  206. 15:04: 
    GOAL- Sunderland 1-0 Kidderminster - Charis Mavrias (5 mins)

    After five minutes almost under siege, the home side are ahead with a first goal for the club from Charis Mavrias, firing in from 12 yards following an error by Josh Gowling. Kidderminster's 3,700 travelling fans have fallen silent. Can the Conference club haul themselves back into this tie?

    BBC Radio 5 liveSouthend 0-0 Hull

    @markpougatch: Hugging the touch line at Roots Hall @bbc5live now for the #FACup 4th rnd.

  208. 15:03: 
    Bolton 0-0 Cardiff

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "The magic of the FA Cup has bypassed Bolton so far this season as the top tiers in three sides of the stadium are completely empty. After their 7-1 loss last week, Dougie Freedman's Bolton side need a good start to get their fans excited again. But there are a good number of Cardiff fans behind a goal already in fine voice working hard trying to crank up a cup atmosphere."

  209. 15:02: 
    Southend 0-0 Hull

    Apparently there's a big thunderstorm heading towards Roots Hall and referee Lee Mason has already said he will take the players off if it materialises.

  210. 15:00: 

    Right then, we're off. Give us a shock somewhere, lads...

  211. 15:00: 
    Sunderland v Kidderminster (1500 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at the Stadium of Light: "Teams walk out at the Stadium of Light, Harriers in their special one-off away strip of all purple, with amber trim."

  212. 14:58: 
    Wigan v Crystal Palace (1500 GMT)
    Wigan chairman Dave Whelan

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "A hearty round of applause from a sparse home crowd as Wigan chairman Dave Whelan is presented with a 3/4 replica of the FA Cup trophy ahead of kick off. Aptly the PA system blasts out Marvin Gaye's soul classic 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' straight after - that would have been ever-ambitious Whelan's motto when he arrived at the club. And so it has proved."

  213. 14:55: 

    Get set then - just time for one more brew before we get the ball rolling.

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    George Davis: Quick shout out to Paddy McCarthy- making his first appearance for Palace in 21 months after a groin injury.

    Khalid: Job well done by Liverpool. Did what was required and played within themselves with the derby game coming on Tuesday

    Vishnu Ladwa: Just heard about Odemwingiwe to Stoke. Is it really happening or is he still parked outside the Britannia Stadium gates?

  215. 14:49: 
    Rochdale v Sheffield Wednesday (1500 GMT)
    Carlton Palmer

    BBC Sport's Luke Reddy at Spotland: "You get a sense of how big a day this is for Rochdale by the sheer sardine nature of the press box. It's a tight squeeze, but there's room enough for the long limbs of former Wednesday midfielder Carlton Palmer."

  216. 14:48: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool striker Luis Suarez: "When you play away it's a difficult game. But we knew if we win today, it's a good chance for the next phase."

  217. 14:48: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge: "We worked hard and our quality showed. The runs Luis Suarez makes and the determination he has - it's easy to see his runs. Usually he's running towards the goal. He was unlucky not to score. The goalkeeper had a good game."

  218. 14:47: 
    Wigan v Crystal Palace (1500 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is desperate to avoid the fate suffered by Wigan in May - relegation from the Premier League. Staying in the top flight has to be Pulis' main priority this season but, nevertheless, he has resisted the opportunity to make sweeping changes for this tie - just the four from last weekend's win against Stoke, with Barry Bannan and Cameron Jerome among the returnees."

    Manchester City v Watford (1500 GMT)

    Opta Joe: 10 - Watford have lost their last six FA Cup games against teams from higher divisions and are winless in 10 (D2 L8). Fear.

  220. 14:47: 
    Sunderland v Kidderminster (1500 GMT)

    I wonder how the Kidderminster players are feeling up at the Stadium of Light right about now? Will it be a time of silent reflection, the calm before the storm? Or will they be bouncing off the walls and dancing on the ceiling while listening to Lionel Richie? I'm hoping it's the former.

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    Conor, via text: With no European competition, Liverpool can definitely win the cup. Brendan Rodgers seems to be going for it.

    Ben Mullard, via text: Great atmosphere in the Kidderminster Harriers section. This is what the FA Cup is all about!

    Former Liverpool and Bournemouth midfielder Nigel Spackman, BBC Radio 5 live at Dean CourtBournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    "I thought it was a good match, I thought Liverpool thoroughly deserved it in the end but credit to Bournemouth and the fans for making a game of it but it's Liverpool who go through to the fifth round."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and on online.

  223. 14:42: 

    Lovely stuff, Tom. A decent win for Liverpool then, but Bournemouth can be very proud of their performance. No cupset at Dean Court but I have a good feeling that 3pm will bring us one, maybe two...

  224. 14:40: 

    Ten games coming up in the next two hours then. You're guaranteed tears, goals, upsets, shocks and controversy.

    Marc Higginson and Neil Johnston are the men to steer you through the choppy waters...

  225. 14:40: 
    LINE-UPS- Southampton v Yeovil (1500 GMT)

    Southampton: Kelvin Davis, Clyne, Yoshida, Hooiveld, Shaw, Ward-Prowse, Cork, Schneiderlin, Do Prado, Rodriguez, Lallana. Subs: Fonte, Steven Davis, Chambers, Gazzaniga, Isgrove, Reed, Gallagher.

    Yeovil: Stech, Ayling, Duffy, Webster, McAllister, Grant, Edwards, Lundstram, Ralls, Hayter, Miller. Subs: Dawson, Upson, Foley, Moore, Dunn, Nana Ofori-Twumasi, Morgan.

    Referee: Phil Dowd (Staffordshire)

  226. 14:38: 
    FULL-TIME- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    There's the whistle - game over and a job well done.

  227. 14:37: 
    LINE-UPS- Port Vale v Brighton (1500 GMT)

    Port Vale: Neal, Grimmer, Robertson, Davis, Taylor, Myrie-Williams, Lines, Griffith, Loft, Pope, Tomlin. Subs: Yates, Dodds, Johnson, Shuker, Williamson, Birchall, Hugill.

    Brighton: Brezovan, Calderon, Dunk, Upson, Chicksen, Ince, March, Forster-Caskey, Agustien, Orlandi, Obika. Subs: Saltor, Greer, Andrews, Ankergren, Ward, Ulloa, LuaLua.

    Referee: Paul Tierney (Lancashire)

  228. 14:35: 
    Wigan v Crystal Palace (1500 GMT)
    Wigan's Ben Watson

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "Here's a framed picture, hanging proudly in Wigan's main reception, of the man who won the FA Cup for the Lancashire club last season - Ben Watson. The Latics midfielder starts against his old club Crystal Palace."

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    Zac Quinn: Sturridge has been phenomenal ever since Suarez's last ban. Should be the first name on England's teamsheet in Brazil.

    Martin McCleary: I know its the cup but Rodgers' insistence on 4-4-2 to accommodate SG and Sturridge makes #LFC look average. Play to strengths.

  230. 14:34: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Lewis Grabban toe-pokes a shot in on goal from 20 yards and Brad Jones has to move to his left and turn the ball over the top. Bournemouth have been quiet this half but that was a great effort.

  231. 14:33:  
    Former Liverpool and Bournemouth midfielder Nigel Spackman, BBC Radio 5 live at Dean CourtBournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    "It's gone a bit flat now, Liverpool are keeping the ball and dictating the play and the big question is whether they can add a third goal. At the start of the season with no European football Liverpool needed to be challenging for a top four finish and that's what they are doing but there is still a long way to go.

    "They need to finish in the top four so they can sign the type of players their history and stature dictates but it is going to be difficult for them with Manchester United, Tottenham and Everton, so Tuesday's game [with Everton] is a big one."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live on online.

  232. 14:32: 
    LINE-UPS- Rochdale v Sheffield Wednesday (1500 GMT)

    Rochdale: Lillis, Bennett, Eastham, O'Connell, Done, Vincenti, Allen, Lund, Rose, Henderson, Hogan. Subs: Rafferty, Donnelly, Hery, Thomson, Camps, Cummins, Bunney.

    Sheff Wed: Martinez, Palmer, Onyewu, Loovens, Mattock, Maguire, Lee, Semedo, Maghoma, Nuhiu, Lavery. Subs: Kirkland, Jermaine Johnson, Coke, McCabe, Helan, McPhail, Llera.

    Referee: Simon Hooper (Wiltshire)

  233. 14:31: 
    BELIEVE- Rochdale v Sheffield Wednesday (1500 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Luke Reddy at Spotland: "This hangs above the tunnel exit at Spotland. Belief was in plentiful supply as Dale dispatched of Leeds in round three. Wednesday, though, have responded to caretaker manager Stuart Gray who wants the job permanently - today could go some way to deciding his fate."

  234. 14:30: 
    FINAL FIVE- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Into the last few minutes then, with Liverpool cruising into the last 16. Is there more to come from Victor Moses in the second half of the season? I'm not so sure he'll get much game time for Liverpool between now and May.

  235. 14:30:  
    Former Liverpool and Bournemouth midfielder Nigel Spackman, BBC Radio 5 live at Dean CourtBournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    "Victor Moses didn't really see much of the ball in the second half but with his goal he showed what he can do and there is plenty more to come from him in the second half of the season."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live on online.

  236. 14:30: 
    LINE-UPS- Wigan v Crystal Palace (1500 GMT)

    Wigan: Al Habsi, Perch, Boyce, Barnett, Beausejour, Watson, McArthur, McManaman, Espinoza, McClean, Maynard. Subs: Crainey, Nicholls, Gomez, Powell, Redmond, Fortune.

    Crystal Palace: Speroni, Mariappa, McCarthy, Delaney, Parr, Puncheon, O'Keefe, Guedioura, Bannan, Chamakh, Jerome. Subs: Campana, Gayle, Wilbraham, Williams, Moxey, Price, Boateng.

    Referee: Mike Jones (Cheshire)

  237. 14:29: 
    LINE-UPS- Sunderland v Kidderminster (1500 GMT)

    Sunderland: Ustari, Celustka, Roberge, Diakite, Vergini, Larsson, Cattermole, Ba, Giaccherini, Altidore, Mavrias. Subs: Watmore, Ki, Gardner, Pickford, Colback, O'Shea, Borini.

    Kidderminster: Lewis, Lee Vaughan, Gowling, Demetriou, Jackman, Johnson, Dyer, Storer, Morgan-Smith, Byrne, Gash. Subs: Ladapo, Aloi, Dunkley, Malbon, Angus, Gittings, Nathan Vaughan.

    Referee: Roger East (Wiltshire)

  238. 14:29: 
    LINE-UPS- Southend v Hull (1500 GMT)

    Southend: Bentley, Thompson, Phillips, Prosser, Coker, Atkinson, Leonard, Timlin, Hurst, Corr, Straker. Subs: Paul Smith, Laird, Eastwood, Clifford, Payne, Gomis, Woodrow.

    Hull: Harper, Rosenior, McShane, Faye, Figueroa, Boyd, Meyler, Quinn, Sagbo, Graham, Fryatt. Subs: McGregor, Bruce, Davies, Koren, Brady, Livermore, Elmohamady.

    Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)

  239. 14:28: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Philipe Coutinho and Victor Moses get eight minutes off, as Raheem Sterling and Luis Alberto take their places.

  240. 14:27: 
    Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Into the last 10 minutes at Dean Court, and the tension has long since evaporated. Much like Coventry last night, Bournemouth have put on a very solid display but never really hurt the Premire League side.

    Cupsets are getting harder and harder to come by.

  241. 14:27: 
    Bolton v Cardiff (1500 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "Ex-Liverpool striker David Ngog has been linked with a move to Swansea in this transfer window and the Frenchman is left out of Bolton's 18.

    "Norway international midfielder Magnus Wolff Eikrem makes his first start for Cardiff since his move from Dutch club Heerenveen.

    "Steven Caulker and Fraizer Campbell are among the substitutes as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes five changes from the side that lost 4-2 at Manchester City last week."

  242. 14:26: 
    Manchester City v Watford (1500 GMT)

    Alistair Magowan reports from Etihad Stadium: "Teenage forward Marcos Lopes keeps his place in the Manchester City side after an impressive display against West Ham in the Capital One Cup in midweek. Having scored on his debut against Watford in last season's FA Cup, he is one of six City changes as Micah Richards, Aleksandar Kolarov, Martin Demichelis, Yaya Toure and Edin Dzeko also come in.

    "Watford have made five changes to the side that drew with Bournemouth last weekend. Goalkeeper Manuel Almunia drops to the bench and is replaced by Jonathan Bond. Lloyd Doyley is in for the suspended Fitz Hall, while Ikechi Anya and Fernando Forestieri are in for the injured pair Iriney and Lewis McGugan."

  243. 14:24: 
    Wigan v Crystal Palace (15:00 GMT)
    Wigan Athletic's DW Stadium ground

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "Wigan shocking Manchester City in last season's FA Cup final will live forever in the minds of Latics fans. Now that famous afternoon at Wembley has been set in stone.

    "These commemorative plaques - honouring Roberto Martinez's team and chairman Dave Whelan, who famously saw his club win 53 years after breaking his leg in the 1960 final - were unveiled here last week."

  244. 14:23: 
    Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool beginning to look dangerous every time they get on the ball now, Daniel Sturridge breaking clear down the left but deciding to shoot when he perhaps should have squared it inside.

  245. 14:23: 

    Accrington Stanley's home match against neighbours Bury in League Two has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch. Plan B, Ewood Park?

  246. 14:21: 
    CLOSE!- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Daniel Sturridge spins a pass over a square-looking Bournemouth defence and Luis Suarez is away. He is one-on-one with the keeper but takes it early, lofting his effort narrowly over the crossbar.

  247. 14:21: 
    LINE-UPS- Manchester City v Watford (1500 GMT)

    Man City: Pantilimon, Richards, Demichelis, Lescott, Kolarov, Jesus Navas, Toure, Rodwell, Lopes, Dzeko, Aguero. Subs: Hart, Kompany, Zabaleta, Clichy, Fernandinho, Nastasic, Jovetic.

    Watford: Bond, Angella, Ekstrand, Pudil, Doyley, Battocchio, Murray, Faraoni, Anya, Deeney, Forestieri. Subs: Almunia, Ranegie, Fabbrini, Abdi, Cassetti, Hoban, O'Nien.

    Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire)

  248. 14:19: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Into the last 15 minutes at Dean Court then and a few changes as this one ticks down.

    Jon Flanagan replaces Martin Kelly for Liverpool; Ryan Fraser and Tokelo Rantie replace Matt Ritchie and Marc Pugh for Bournemouth.


    Opta Joe: 10 - Daniel Sturridge has now scored 10 goals in 14 FA Cup appearances during his career. Magic.

  250. 14:17: 
    LINE-UPS- Birmingham City v Swansea (1500 GMT)

    Birmingham: Doyle, Caddis, Packwood, Robinson, Hancox, Burke, Lee, Brown, Ferguson, Novak, Rusnak. Subs: Mullins, Howard, Lovenkrands, Reilly, Adeyemi, Townsend, Gray.

    Swansea: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Chico, Williams, Taylor, Amat, Britton, Hernandez, Lamah, Pozuelo, Vazquez. Subs: Bony, Cornell, Routledge, Richards, Lucas, Ben Davies, Donnelly.

    Referee: Neil Swarbrick (Lancashire)

  251. 14:17: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Outstanding attempt! Daniel Sturridge runs on to a pass from Jordan Henderson and lofts the ball first time from 20 yards, over the head of Lee Camp but the ball lands square on the top of the crossbar! What an effort.

  252. 14:17: 
    LINE-UPS- Bolton v Cardiff (1500 GMT)

    Bolton: Lonergan, Baptiste, Knight, Mills, Ream, Spearing, Medo, Eagles, Danns, Lee, Craig Davies. Subs: Bogdan, Hall, Moritz, Pratley, Vela, White, Odelusi.

    Cardiff: Marshall, Theophile-Catherine, Hudson, Turner, McNaughton, Eikrem, Mason, Gunnarsson, Whittingham, Kim, Cornelius. Subs: Daehli, Caulker, Medel, Campbell, Noone, Lewis, John.

    Referee: Jon Moss (W Yorkshire)

  253. 14:15: 

    Some more transfer news for you - Peter Odemwingie is on the verge of signing for Stoke City from Cardiff.

    Well, he's on the way anyway...

    BBC Sport understands that Odemwingie has already completed his medical and is waiting for the club to confirm the transfer.

    Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Charlie Fee: I'm actually quite excited by the prospect of an in-form Rooney and Sturridge playing together in Rio.

    Harry Chalvet: Not only a very flattering score line for Liverpool but a very lucky one. Bournemouth have been the better side.

    Kemlo: Bournemouth will feel aggrieved having not been awarded a penalty and then conceding minutes after.

  255. 14:13: 
    Birmingham City v Swansea (1500 GMT)

    Swansea make five changes to their team for their trip to St Andrew's, with Dwight Tiendalli, Neil Taylor, Pablo Hernandez, Roland Lamah and Alvaro Vazquez coming in for Angel Rangel, Ben Davies, Jonjo Shelvey, Wayne Routledge and Wilfried Bony.

    As for Birmingham, it's three changes for them - Colin Doyle, Albert Rusnak, who is on loan from Manchester City, and Shane Ferguson making the starting eleven.

  256. 14:11: 
    Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    Bournemouth are getting their second wind - Lewis Grabban buys himself a yard of space on the right of the area, firing a shot into the side-netting.

  257. 14:09:  
    Former Liverpool and Bournemouth midfielder Nigel Spackman, BBC Radio 5 live at Dean CourtBournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    "The big thing for Bournemouth now is not to concede again. If they can keep it at 2-0 and then pull a goal back you just never know but Liverpool are now looking in control here for the first time this afternoon. Unfortunately for Bournemouth though with Steven Gerrard now pulling the strings in midfield I think there will be more goals."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live on online.

  258. 14:08: 

    West Ham have signed someone - but it's not a striker. They have landed AC Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino on loan until the end of the season.

  259. 14:07: 
    Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool

    'The fields of Anfield Road' can be heard booming out from the away end now as Liverpool set their sights on the fifth round. Liverpool and Arsenal have shown the value of playing your best players in these games this weekend. Get the job done.

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    Graham Thirkill: Bournemouth will struggle to be bested today in terms of encapsulating the fire and spirit of the FA Cup. Superb.

  261. 14:06: 
    APOLOGIES- Bolton v Cardiff (1500 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons: "Bolton manager Dougie Freedman does not hold back in his matchday programme notes, following his side's 7-1 loss at Reading last week.

    "I would like to apologise to all of the club's fans for our performance at Reading," writes Freedman. "What transpired during the 95 minutes was unacceptable and something that came as a total shock.

    "I take the responsibility for the performance and the result, and feel the same sense of shame that everyone connected with the club felt."

  262. 14:04: 
    GOAL- Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool - Daniel Sturridge (60 mins)

    That should be that. Liverpool have not been particularly impressive today but carve Bournemouth open with a fine pass from Luis Suarez, he sends Daniel Sturridge in on goal and the England man slots home confidently. Roy Hodgson will enjoy seeing that.

  263. 14:02: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Manchester City v Watford (1500 GMT)

    Yaya Toure captains Manchester City today, with Sergio Aguero leading the attack and Jesus Navas, Edin Dzeko and Aleksandar Kolarov figuring in another strong line-up. Marcos Lopes gets another chance to impress as he also starts for the Blues.

    Man City XI: Pantilimon, Richards, Demichelis, Lescott, Kolarov, Navas, Rodwell, Toure (C), Lopes, Aguero, Dzeko.

    Watford XI: Bond, Faraoni, Doyley, Angella, Ekstrand, Pudil, Anya, Battocchio, Murray Forestieri, Deeney.

  264. 14:01: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Martin Skrtel is now back on sporting a huge black bandage, he has had to have staples into his head. Ouch!

    Liverpool clear their lines though and can now get back to normal.

  265. 14:00: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Brendan Rodgers said earlier this season that he could see Steven Gerrard end up at centre-half, and he hasn't had to wait long for that to come to fruition.

    Bournemouth force another corner after more defensive work from Gerrard.

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    Mo, via text: I don't if it's just me, but even from the villa game, this Liverpool team lacks motivation and spirit when Gerrard plays. With him absent we were flying high.

    Louie, via text: This game has proved how much LFC miss Lucas. Replacement needed

    Paul in Didcot, via text: One of Liverpool's problems is their regular inability to convert clear goal scoring opportunities. Coutinho and Sterling are prime examples and as we've seen today Henderson too.

  267. 13:58: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Martin Skrtel has to have a seat behind the goal as he needs further treatment on a cut head, Steven Gerrard is filling in at centre-half for now. And he cuts out a low cross well to put it behind for a corner.

  268. 13:57: 
    A GIFT?- Manchester City v Watford (1500 GMT)
    Etihad Stadium

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan reports from Etihad Stadium: "Watford boss Giuseppe Sannino says today's FA Cup tie is a 'gift', which may seem surprising given that Manchester City average four goals a game here this season.

    "Sannino is not your average manager, though. He worked as a hospital janitor for 10 years while learning his trade and admits he will be 'emotional' leading out his team. The Italian boss has restored a measure of defensive solidity since he took over from Gianfranco Zola in December, although this will be his biggest test by some distance."

  269. 13:55: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Good old-fashioned defending from Kolo Toure and then Martin Skrtel, as both Liverpool defenders have to make big clearing headers from inside the six-yard box. Skrtel takes a whack to the head as he clears his lines and needs some treatment. Liverpool do not need any more injuries at the back.

  270. 13:54:  
    Mark Pougatch, BBC Radio 5 liveSouthend v Hull (15:00 GMT)

    Hull City manager Steve Bruce tells BBC Radio 5 live's Mark Pougatch why his side are taking the FA Cup seriously. "We can't win the Premier League, but a Premier League team can win the FA Cup," says Bruce.

    "This place [Roots Hall] hasn't changed in 30 years. It's Southend's final and it will be the first time in five-and-a-half-years that this ground is full. We're treating the tie with the respect it deserves. We have got to match their endeavour and work rate."

  271. 13:53: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Dean Court still rocking as the home fans try to inspire an equaliser from their boys. Victor Moses carries the ball neatly down the left for Liverpool and wins a free-kick smartly.

  272. 13:50: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe on ITV: "We've been very good but that's what Liverpool can do on the counter-attack. In the second half - we want the same again - if we get our chance we've got to take it."

  273. 13:49: 
    KICK-OFF- Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    The hosts get us back under way.

  274. 13:48: 
    Sunderland v Kidderminster (15:00 GMT)
    Sunderland v Kidderminster

    Kidderminster striker Michael Gash speaking to BBC Radio 5 live ahead of their FA Cup tie with Sunderland: "We have come here with a game plan and Kidderminster will be turning up for a win and a place in the fifth round. For the players and the club days like this don't come around too often so we have to make the most of it."

  275. 13:47: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Almost time to get back under way at Dean Court then. Can the Cherries find a way through?

  276. 13:44:  
    Southend manager Phil Brown on BBC 5 liveSouthend v Hull (15:00 GMT)

    "We have lost one in 15, the league is more important because we want to get promoted and we are in the middle of a decent campaign but this is nice to have. It will be a tough ask but I am asking my players to give it their A game - but we know it will be hard."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live on online.

  277. 13:41: 

    Away from the FA Cup, it's a busy old afternoon in the Football League.

    Leicester could go eight points top of the Championship with victory over Middlesbrough. Ipswich host Reading and Blackburn are at home to Derby - with all four teams in the play-off hunt, while Barry Ferguson takes caretaker charge of Blackpool against Doncaster.

    In League One, third-placed Wolves host second-from-bottom Bristol City. Rotherham are at home to Crawley in the Steve Evans derby and caretaker boss Michael Jackson takes Shrewsbury to Swindon. Tranmere host Crewe in a relegation showdown.

    League Two leaders Scunthorpe visit Dagenham & Redbridge, with sixth-placed Fleetwood at Burton, who are third. The two teams in the relegation zone, Northampton and Torquay, take on promotion chasers Chesterfield and Oxford respectively.

  278. 13:39: 
    LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON?- Huddersfield v Charlton (15:00 GMT)
    Charlton midfielder Diego Poyet

    It has already been a momentous week in the Poyet household after Sunderland boss Gus steered the Black Cats to the Capital One Cup final.

    The 46-year-old's son, Diego, will be hoping to enjoy his own moment of cup glory later as Charlton look to reach the fifth round for the first time since 2006.

    The 18-year-old midfielder, who made his senior Addicks debut in Tuesday's third round replay win against Oxford, hopes to start the all-Championship tie at Huddersfield. "He's a player that I feel has a good career ahead of him and we want it to be here with us so it's good to give him a taster of what it's like," said Charlton manager Chris Powell after the Oxford tie.

    Will there be more celebrations in the Poyet house?

  279. 13:38: 
    WOUNDED WANDERERS- Bolton v Cardiff (1500 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Michael Emons at Reebok Stadium: "Ole Gunnar Solskjaer won the FA Cup twice as a player with Manchester United and his Cardiff City side, who are bottom of the Premier League, will be trying to avoid an upset at Bolton.

    "The Championship strugglers will be hoping to restore some pride after a 7-1 thrashing at Reading last week, a performance Wanderers manager Dougie Freedman called 'embarrassing'."

  280. 13:37:  
    Ian Dennis, BBC Radio 5 live senior football reporterSouthend v Hull (15:00 GMT)

    "Surprised TV didn't pick this one but it's live on @bbc5live from 15:00 GMT."

    Roots Hall
  281. 13:36: 
    HOPE, NOT EXPECTATION- Manchester City v Watford (1500 GMT)
    Manchester City v Watford (1500 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan at Etihad Stadium: "I just asked Watford fans Dan, Adam and Rob whether they gave their side a chance today. 'No' was the collective answer. 'Giuseppe Sannino has made us solid at the back since he has come in,' says Adam. 'But anything less than 4-0 will be a good result today.'"

  282. 13:36: 
    Wigan v Crystal Palace (15:00 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko at the DW Stadium: "Eight months ago, Premier League side Wigan won the FA Cup final at Wembley, while Crystal Palace were scrapping for a place in the Championship play-off final.

    "Fast forward to today and Wigan are mid-table in the second tier after being relegated just days following their historic triumph. And Palace were one of the teams which took their top-flight place after a Wembley success of their own against play-off final opponents Watford.

    "The chances of either playing under that famous arch again this May? Slim. But, then again, that's what the Latics thought last January."

  283. 13:35: 

    Liverpool are halfway there then despite a few scares.

    The FA Cup afternoon is building up to speed now though - let's check in with a few reporters around the grounds...

  284. 13:33: 

    Talk about a north/south divide! The world is about to end here in Salford by the way. Sweeping rain and hail battering our offices.

    The good news for David Moyes is that there is no way Juan Mata's chopper will be able to fly in this lot.

  285. 13:33: 
    Wigan Athletic

    BBC Sport's Jacqui Oatley: Welcome to Wigan. It's absolutely belting it down with swirling wind! Bring it on."

    Meanwhile, Southampton have tweeted a picture of their ground bathed in glorious sunshine ahead of their tie with Championship strugglers Yeovil.

    Southampton v Yeovil
  286. 13:33: 
    HALF-TIME- Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool
  287. 13:32: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Brad Jones makes another hash of dealing with a Bournemouth corner, but that's that...

    Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Akarim: Caption competition - Moyes: 'I hope you're the Juan to make this season Mata!'

  289. 13:28: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Liverpool ending the half on a high now, Luis Suarez jinks his way into the box but Elliott Ward stands his ground to make a fine block just as the Uruguayan pulled the trigger.

    Almost half-time.

  290. 13:24: 
    SITTER!- Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Oh deary me! What a chance for Liverpool to go 2-0 up! Luis Suarez breaks into the penalty area and beats two men easily, he could shoot from a tight angle but instead tees up Jordan Henderson on the penalty spot - but he leans back and blazes over the bar.

    He's got to hit the target. Got to!

    Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    We asked for your captions for the photo of Juan Mata and David Moyes at 13:02...

    Richie Gough: Moyes to Mata "Juan we're not paying for the chopper as well are we? We could do with one in midfield!" #RoyKeaneWeMissYou

    Jay Smith: Caption contest: Mata: 'You really lost to Sunderland on penalties?...no really?'

    Gary Stirling: Caption Competition - "Hang on, you're not Manuel Pellegrini!"

  292. 13:22: 
    CLOSE!- Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    The Cherries keep coming. Tommy Elphick wins a header from a corner but flashes it over the bar.

    Liverpool playing for half-time, which is 10 minutes away.

  293. 13:21: 
    CLOSE!- Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Wonderful stuff from Bournemouth, it really is. Liverpool have a corner but Lewis Grabban wins the ball back from Kolo Toure by the corner flag, and launches a flowing move forward. Grabban then ends it back in the other penalty area, but his shot is blocked by Martin Skrtel. Really nice move.

    And moments later Andrew Surman's shot is blocked by Kolo Toure with the goal gaping!

  294. 13:18:  
    Former Liverpool and Bournemouth midfielder Nigel Spackman, BBC Radio 5 live at Dean CourtBournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    "It's another warning to Liverpool there, that they have not won this tie yet. They might be winning 1-0 but they have plenty more work to do out there this afternoon."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live or online.

  295. 13:17: 
    CLOSE!- Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Bournemouth work the ball in nicely from wide out on the left, Harry Arter is afforded a few yards of space and thrashes in a curling effort from 25 yards which has Brad Jones worried, the Australian goes full-length to his right but the ball whistles past the post!

  296. 13:17: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    Just over the half-hour mark then, and there is an air of confidence about Liverpool's play now thanks to that Victor Moses goal. Wonder where Moses will be playing next season by the way? It won't be Chelsea.

  297. 13:14:  
    Former Liverpool and Bournemouth midfielder Nigel Spackman, BBC Radio 5 live at Dean CourtBournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    "A good counter-attack from Liverpool through Suarez, who showed good vision there. It's a little bit against the run of play but they have started to come back into this one, after a good start from Bournemouth."

    Listen to full 90 minute commentary on BBC Radio 5 live or online.

  298. 13:13: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool

    That goal is harsh on the hosts, who have played really well so far, but the danger when you play sides like Liverpool is that they can find a goal from nothing, just like that.

    Eddie Howe is reassuring his players from the sidelines, 'go again lads!'

  299. 13:12: 
    GOAL- Bournemouth 0-1 Liverpool - Victor Moses (26 mins)

    Just like that, the Premier League side take the lead! Luis Suarez has the ball wide on the right and picks out Victor Moses beyond the far post, he jinks inside and hits an early shot through a forest of legs and beats Lee Camp at his near post. Took him by surprise.

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