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Summary

  1. Saints play Crystal Palace in fourth round
  2. FT: Tottenham 4-2 Burnley (20:00 GMT)
  3. Spurs take on Leicester in next round
  4. FT: Bradford City 4-0 Millwall
  5. Bradford play at Chelsea in fourth round

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Copa Del Rey

    In Spain tonight the main headline is that David Moyes was sent off and started eating some crisps offered to him by fans.

    But tomorrow the big boys are in action. We will have live text of the the Atletico v Real Madrid derby plus Barcelona v Elche. Join us for that one - but that's your lot tonight.

    Adios!

  2. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Carol Austin: Thanks to Match Of The Day for showing Southampton's 1976 win twice in one show. Happy memories of my childhood!

  3. Post update

    Bradford 4-0 Millwall

    It may be 40 minutes since full-time at Valley Parade but our own Ian Dennis reports that Millwall are still locked in the dressing room with boss Ian Holloway.

    We could be on for some entertaining post-match reaction from the Bristolian wordsmith tonight...

  4. Manager reaction

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "It was a very interesting game. It was a strange game.

    "We deserved to go through to the next round. It was key to go in at half-time at 2-2. We fixed something from the tactical situation and scored two goals quickly to decide the game.

    "The team has shown character and faith. It's important to grow in the group. I am happy they showed character because that is important."

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino
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    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Alan in Devon: Another scintillating Southampton performance. One shot on target all game but they manage another win. Am I missing something here, why is everyone raving about this type of sleep inducing football?

    Mark in Berkshire: Strange but it was nice to see Southampton play so poorly yet find a way to win. A sign of a good team?

    Andy in Armagh: Southampton have amazing strength and depth considering their team was ripped apart in the summer.

  6. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Josh Brannan: Not great for Ipswich tonight, I thought this is where they could prove that they deserve promotion.

  7. Manager reaction

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "It was a good game for the neutral. We came here to win but it was a game of mistakes from us. We've learnt well over the season but tonight there were too many mistakes.

    "There were a number of things that didn't go our way but we can't defend like that at key moments. We didn't make good decisions tonight. Eventually if you keep making poor decisions, you get hurt."

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche
  8. Manager reaction

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy speaking to Match Of The Day: "It was a bit of a damp squib. Once they scored we didn't get many chances. We'd love to have made it a bit more of rip-roaring cup tie, but that didn't happen.

    "We gave away a soft goal and then didn't create many chances. Southampton are a good team and have the best defensive record in the Premier League. Whenever you lose it's always a dampener but it's not going to throw us off course.

    "We're not despondent by any stretch of the imagination. It always makes me laugh when people ask 'are you going to be able to pick the players up?' I played the game and I wasn't that soft when we lost, and my players are the same."

  9. Post update

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    Harry Kane was given a rest tonight but he is still the man all the autograph hunters wanted down in the tunnel area. Kane has hit 18 goals in all competitions this season. In the hunt for young player of the season?

  10. Post update

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche calls his cup tie at White Hart Lane 'a great game for the neutrals' but admits that it was 'a game of mistakes from my side.'

  11. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    In classic Mick McCarthy style he describes the game as 'a damp squib.'

    Full reaction to come.

    Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy
  12. Have your say

    BBC Radio 5 live

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  13. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Terry Butcher

    Former England and Ipswich defender at Portman Road

    "Ipswich will just have to put this behind them now. They have games to look forward to and they can focus on the league and trying to be in the mix for promotion."

  14. Manager reaction

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman: "We played with very good organisation. It was difficult, it was tough and it was difficult to play out there. There were a lot of long balls and battles and we scored with our first chance.

    "We kept another clean sheet and that is important. We were prepared for the game and we showed that.

    "Victor Wanyama is a pity. Before the match I spoke to him and told him he would have 45 minutes, and he got injured with 10 seconds of the half left! He will have a scan tomorrow and we will see, but he will be missing for a few weeks.

    "It is difficult. I won't necessarily go into the transfer market, I have young lads who we can use."

  15. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Alan Shearer

    Former England striker at Portman Road

    "Ipswich just lacked quality. They didn't have anyone to get their foot on the ball and make a pass. Southampton didn't have to get out of second gear. That'll be the most disappointing thing for Mick McCarthy."

  16. Player reaction

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Match of the Day

    Southampton striker Shane Long speaking to BBC Match Of The Day: "It was a tough game. it was very windy and the pitch was cut up. Ipswich are third in the Championship for a reason and it was hard.

    "When you are 1-0 up you have to work harder for the team, I tried to put pressure on their defence. Sometimes when you are on a good run the games keep coming and it's what you want. We've picked up a few injuries but that will give some opportunities to some other players."

    Southampton striker Shane Long celebrates
  17. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Just two efforts on target all night, and Shane Long's instinctive finish proves the difference, Comfortable stuff in the end for the Saints, but how long will Victor Wanyama be out for? That could be a painful legacy.

  18. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder at Portman Road

    "Southampton never really broke sweat for me. Jose Fonte organised things at the back and Shane Long ran his socks off up front."

  19. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Portman Road: "The Ipswich players are receiving a rousing round of applause from the home support. They may not have been blistering tonight, but they were not outclassed by a good Premier League side.

    "Southampton's players give a quick wave to the travelling support before heading down the tunnel - job done for them."

  20. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Terry Butcher

    Former England and Ipswich defender at Portman Road

    "It wasn't pretty and it's a bit disappointing that in front of a big crowd and the TV cameras Ipswich fall flat."

  21. FULL-TIME

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    BBC News School Report

    BBC News School Reporters Alex and Sam from Holbrook Academy in Suffolk, who are in the crowd at Portman Road, have not given up on Ipswich's hopes of a winning season just yet.

    They say: "Ipswich didn't really show their best to the nation tonight. Onwards and upwards in the league!"

    School Report is a BBC project helping secondary school pupils around the UK to make their own news.

  22. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Bradford 4-0 Millwall

    Millwall fan and BBC radio presenter Danny Baker on Twitter: "BBC: Millwall part company with Ian Holloway. (This has not happened just yet but I might not be about when it does so cut out & keep, eh?)"

    To clarify: Ian Holloway has NOT been sacked. Yet.

  23. FULL-TIME

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Southampton see it through, they now face Crystal palace in round four. After last night's classic, a rather drab evening in Suffolk.

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman
  24. FULL-TIME

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    A hurricane of goals even without Harry Kane. Spurs through and will face Leicester.

  25. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Anyone ordered some late drama? THREE MINUTES added on.

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    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Dave in Bedford: Getting a little fed up of the repeated references to the lack of quality shown by Ipswich, and the implication that it somehow reflects so positively on the Premier League versus Championship. How much more has the Southampton squad cost to assemble? £50m to £100m more? In fact aren't Ipswich renowned for having spent next to nothing? And what's the score? Only 0-1 after a replay isn't it? Ipswich may not have created much, but neither have Southampton.

  27. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Mick McCarthy is not a happy man - he knows his side have served up a second flat performance inside a week, both at home too. The unforgiving Championship season still has plenty of twists and turns to come, can Mick guide his side back into the top flight?

  28. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Lee Allen: Can't win really. People complained about an all-Premier League tie losing the 'magic' of the FA Cup so BBC show Championship v Premier League and still people complain!

  29. Post update

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    You never really know what you're going to get with Spurs these days, but the side who rampaged through Chelsea just a few games ago have found their scoring touch after a shocking start to seemingly book a place in round four.

    They will be at home to Leicester if they see out the last few minutes without a major shock.

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche and Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino
  30. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender at Portman Road

    "Ipswich's set-pieces haven't even been that great tonight. Apart from that offside goal there's not been a real glaring opportunity."

  31. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    It is a great beard Ian, we are agreed on that. On the field, not so great tonight. At least tickets were only a tenner eh?

  32. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    George Thorpe: Ipswich have lacked a cutting edge, but to be fair Southampton have snuffed out anything in or around their penalty area tonight.

    Pippa Jordan: Mario Balotelli could learn a thing or two from Shane Long's performance tonight.

    Ian Emery: The only thing that's impressed me about this match is the beard on the Ipswich goalkeeper.

  33. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Yet another head injury at Portman Road, but Shane Long is able to dust himself down. We are into the last 10 minutes.

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    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    Dan in Bedford: Make sure you credit the 2,500 Spurs fans who went up to Burnley on the first day back at work as well then.

  35. FULL-TIME

    Bradford 4-0 Millwall

    As comfortable as it gets for Bradford, who now travel to Chelsea in the fourth round. Job very well done.

  36. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Tyrone Mings leaves one on Fraser Forster as the keeper claims a bouncing ball. Letting him know he's there.

    But Ipswich aren't really letting Southampton know there are there. It's all been a bit tame from the hosts. Most unlike Mick MCCarthy's sides.

  37. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Alan Murphy: Ok, the other games have goals but Ipswich v Saints is an FA Cup nerve jangler.

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    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Nathan in Birmingham: Jose Fonte has been immense tonight. It's unbelievable he's been promoted twice with Southampton, now he's helping the Saints keeping clean sheets for fun.

    Southampton defender Jose Fonte
  39. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    Tottenham's wide men have impressed tonight, and substitute Nacer Chadli puts three Burnley defenders on the deck with a mazy run down the left before picking out Etienne Capoue on the edge of the box, This time his drive is well blocked though. Spurs closing in on a place in round four.

  40. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Steve Wilson

    BBC Match of the Day commentator at Portman Road

    "It's been a disappointing 75 minutes for Ipswich, but there's 15 minutes left to change that. Maybe Southampton will rue the chances to put this game to bed."

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    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    Ben in Henley: Credit to the 500 or so Burnley fans who have made the journey to a cold North London on a January night.

  42. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Portman Road: "The groans of frustration from the Ipswich fans are becoming more frequent and more anguished. Some are aimed towards the referee, some are borne out of their side's lack of cutting edge in the final third."

  43. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Twenty minutes left at Portman Road. Ipswich are trying to build up a head of steam but there's a leak in the boiler. They can't really get up to pressure. Graziano Pelle is now on for the visitors.

  44. GOALS, GOALS, GOALS

    Goals

    Don't forget that you can see all of tonight's goals right here. Check it out - Etienne Capoue's strike is a particular beauty.

  45. Post update

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    Burnley have not shown any signs of resurrecting this tie. The first eight minutes at White Hart Lane were a dream for the travelling fans, but since then it's all gone the way of the pear.

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche
  46. Post update

    So - where are we then? Bradford surely Chelsea bound - 20 minutes left in that one with the bantams 4-0 ahead. Spurs are two clear against Burnley - they are looking good for a home tie against Leicester. Half an hour left at White Hart Lane - and indeed at Portman Road, where Saints lead Ipswich 1-0. Is that where the drama will come from?

  47. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    That Ipswich corner was not dangerous as it turns out. The crowd has just gone a bit flat. Mick McCarthy's boys need to find something to lift them.

  48. Text us on 81111

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Alex in Bristol: As a Saints fan I haven't been this nervous in years. Please get through this without losing anymore players to injury.

    James in Portsmouth: It pains me to admit that I have enormous admiration for what Southampton have achieved in spite of such depletion of personnel. Good luck to them for the season. Ouch.

  49. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Ipswich look much better since the change of shape. Daryl Murphy pulls out wide and wins a corner - dangerous...

  50. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    David Coles: When Ipswich pass it around apparently we're too cautious yet when Southampton do the same it's a showcase of Premier League quality.

  51. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    BBC News School Report

    BBC News School Reporters Alex and Sam from Holbrook Academy in Suffolk have sent their verdict from Portman Road on the match so far.

    "Ipswich made a positive start and had a good formation with some early chances but the tables turned with that goal, which was bad luck. The atmosphere in the stadium has been brilliant. In the remainder of the second half, Ipswich need to use the wings more."

    School Report is a BBC project helping secondary school pupils around the UK to make their own news.

  52. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender at Portman Road

    "Tyrone Mings has just lifted the whole place since coming on. Within a few minutes he's got involved and created a good chance."

  53. CLOSE!

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Tyrone Mings straight into the action, whipping in a cross which Darren Ambrose heads on but it's an easy save for Fraser Forster. Ipswich look to have matched the Saints up now, it's 3-5-2 v 3-5-2.

  54. Post update

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

    Tottenham scored three times in seven minutes either side of the break to take this tie away from Burnley. Can the Clarets fight back?

  55. SUBSTITUTION

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Switch for Ipswich as Stephen Hunt's day is cut short, and on comes speed merchant Tyrone Mings. Mings usually operates at left-back but will he push on?

  56. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    For a man who has looked so clinical at times for the Saints this season, Dusan Tadic is having a shoddy night. Again he breaks clear down the right but again his final ball is not up to scratch.

  57. GOAL

    Tottenham 4-2 Burnley - Danny Rose (52 mins)

    What is going on here?! Spurs roar back from 2-0 down to lead 4-2 now, and it's another assist for Roberto Soldado, a great low cross from out on the right to find Danny Rose storming into the goalmouth, and the left-back hammers into the net.

    Danny Rose scores for Spurs
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    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Andrew in Richhill: Southampton must be applauded for their tremendous work as a football club so far this season. To lose so many quality players and their manager all at once, but they've seamlessly managed to replace them with players of equally great footballing talent, they have a brilliant ability to nurture and integrate youth into their senior squad and they've installed a manager who buys into the ethos of the club. Onwards an upwards Saints!

  59. GOAL

    Tottenham 3-2 Burnley - Vlad Chiriches (49 mins)

    What a comeback at the Lane! Romanian defender Vlad Chiriches is the recipient of some terrible goalkeeping from Clarets' Tom Heaton. He comes for a corner and gets nowhere near it, and Chiriches heads into the net from two yards out at the far stick.

    Vlad Chiriches scores for Tottenham
    Vlad Chiriches celebrates for Spurs
  60. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Too much. You've done too much! Steven Davis picks out Dusan Tadic on the right wing, loads of space, he cuts inside, waits, waits, waits, takes another touch, looks to beat the final man - and loses the ball.

    Is he now injured? The forward is holding his hip. Injuries beginning to rack up for the Saints.

  61. Vote result

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Well you lot are looking on the money so far - in out pre-match vote 73.6% predicted a Southampton win. Saints, of course, are leading at Portman Road.

  62. KICK-OFF

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    And game on again at Portman Road too.

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman
  63. KICK-OFF

    Tottenham 2-2 Burnley

    Back under way at White Hart Lane.

  64. SUBSTITUTION

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Steven Davis is the man to replace the crocked Victor Wanyama at the break. All set?

  65. GOAL

    Bradford 4-0 Millwall - Billy Knott (57 mins)

    Book the weekend off work Bradford fans - you're off to Chelsea! Billy Knott adds a fourth, a right old scramble in the penalty area and Knott snakes out a boot to stab home from eight yards.

    Billy Knott scores Bradford's fourth
  66. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport at Portman Road

    "2-2 at White Hart Lane? We may well be in the wrong place!"

  67. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    The loss of Victor Wanyama to injury will be a blow for the Saints in the second half, we've not yet seen who is coming on. The Saints only had one shot on target all half so Mick McCarthy will feel his side are still well in the game.

  68. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Alan Shearer

    Former England striker at Portman Road

    "Ipswich have to play to their strengths in the second half. Mick McCarthy needs his wide players to get at the Southampton defence. They need to put set-pieces into the box, not take them short."

  69. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Portman Road: "Injuries, a staccato rhythm and a terrific Shane Long goal have taken the sting out of the initially boisterous home support. There's time for it to come alive yet though."

    Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy
  70. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Alan Shearer

    Former England striker at Portman Road

    "It was a quite superb finish from Shane Long. He's got no time to think about that and it's just a pure instinctive finish. Ipswich were unlucky with the goal that was flagged for offside, it's a very close call."

  71. KICK-OFF

    Bradford 3-0 Millwall

    We are back under way at Bradford. Don't get sent-off, don't get injured, that must have been the half-time chat from Phil Parkinson.

  72. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Terry Butcher

    Former England and Ipswich defender at Portman Road

    "It was a quality finish from Shane Long and that goal knocked Ipswich back. There's still a bit of fight in the home team though and they can still get their way back into this tie."

  73. Post update

    Tottenham 2-2 Burnley

    Well what a goal that was from Etienne Capoue. Caught it as sweet as a nut, and in the process saved the blushes of Roberto Soldado, whose miss moments before was quite extraordinary.

    Etienne Capoue scores for Spurs
  74. Post update

    Tottenham 2-2 Burnley

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra

    "Quite amazing. It's a wonderfully poised match and we're in for a warming second half. "

  75. HALF-TIME

    Tottenham 2-2 Burnley

  76. HALF-TIME

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

  77. Text us on 81111

    Bradford 3-0 Millwall

    James in Kent: As a Millwall fan I wanted us to lose tonight - we're such a shambles it would have been embarrassing to go to Chelsea as they would have destroyed us in a derby! Ian Holloway to stay but he needs to decide on a formation and stick with it. Changes the back four every game.

  78. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    That's the night done for Victor Wanyama! The Kenyan's right hamstring implodes at full pelt, twang! That is his game done and dusted. And a few weeks out too.

  79. GOAL

    Tottenham 2-2 Burnley - Etienne Capoue (45 mins)

    Paulinho cannot control a pullback from Ben Davies but no matter - the ball runs invitingly into the path of Etienne Capoue, who briefly bends time with a strike that crashes into the back of the net.

    Etienne Capoue celebrates for Spurs
  80. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra

    "I don't know how Roberto Soldado missed that. It was incredible. What must be going through his head? It was a most wonderful chance. That should have been the goal to make it 2-2 at half-time."

  81. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley

    What a miss! Andros Townsend does the damage down the right again for Spurs, he drives on and serves it up on a plate, with garnish, for Roberto Soldado. He's five yards out, an open goal - and he scuffs it against his standing foot and on to the bar!

    How on earth has he missed that? I mean, seriously?

  82. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Lovely run, Dusan Tadic darts in from the right, commits two Ipswich defenders and then hammers in a shot which is well blocked by the final Town defender. That could have been curtains...

  83. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender at Portman Road

    "Ipswich players still seem a bit nervous on the ball - it's like a hot potato at the moment."

  84. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley

    Burnley still look fairly comfortable on the ball. Give them a lead to cling on to and they'll soak it up and hit you on the break.

  85. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Steve Wilson

    BBC Match of the Day commentator at Portman Road

    "This game hasn't been quite as good as we were all hoping. An Ipswich goal might change things though!"

    Ipswich v Southampton
  86. Watch all the goals

    Want to see the goals from tonight's games minutes after they've gone in? Panic not - click on the highlights tab and dive straight in.

  87. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Another clash of heads as Ipswich captain Luke Chambers heads the back of Matt Targett. Chambers has to check his teeth, but I think he's OK.

  88. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley

    Laurence Ridge Sean Dyche has worked wonders with Burnley! I can see Dyche staying at Burnley for many years! Come on Burnley.

    Manny Singh: Burnley get stronger and stronger each game they play. Highly rate them. Would a bigger club be as patient as Burnley with Dyche, where he is building not just a team but a club?

  89. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    If there's one striker in football you don't want to undercook a backpass around, it would be Shane Long. The striking equivalent of a Duracell bunny latches on to Luke Chambers' errant steer back, but Bartosz Bialkowski just about gets there first to clear his lines, slamming the ball into the chest of Long.

  90. HALF-TIME

    Bradford 3-0 Millwall

    I read earlier on today that the Championship averages a sacking every 9.8 days this season.

    Ridiculous. But are we set for another one? Half-time at a very happy Bradford.

  91. Text us on 81111

    Bradford 3-0 Millwall

    Rich, Derby: Not looking good for Ian Holloway at Millwall, relegation battle and this result so far. Can't see the fans liking this.

    Millwall boss Ian Holloway
  92. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    David McGoldrick almost capitalises on a slack touch at the back from Southampton but Florin Gardos slams the door in his face. From the following corner Tommy Smith gets ahead of his marker but fails to make a telling connection.

  93. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender at Portman Road

    "It's been an honest game so far, but the quality has been poor."

  94. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Bradford 3-0 Millwall

    Daniel: At Valley Parade a minute ago I thought I was watching a boxing match not a football match!

  95. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley

    Spurs are up to 61% of possession but they still trail Burnley. Can Tottenham recover from that atrocious opening spell?

  96. Text us on 81111

    Felix: Ward-Prowse has become a consistently good performer and it shouldn't be long before he gets an England call up, has the potential to grow into one of England's best midfielders

  97. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Daryl Murphy is back with us, in body at least, wearing a new shirt with no number on it. He looks to be OK, but that was a massive crack to the head. Since Southampton took the lead they have been in control.

  98. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender at Portman Road

    "Daryl Murphy won't get much sympathy from Mick McCarthy with a cut on his head that's for certain!"

  99. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Ooof! A lot of blood spilled as Ipswich striker Daryl Murphy comes off worse in an aerial clash.

  100. GOAL

    Bradford 3-0 Millwall - Andy Halliday (39 mins)

    That could well be that. An early, clean FA Cup kill from Bradford as on-loan Middlesbrough man Andy Halliday converts. Three-nil down and down to 10 men - looks grim for the Lions.

    Andy Halliday scores for Bradford
  101. CLOSE!

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    That is close! James Ward-Prowse is invited to shoot from 25 yards, he does, it catches the hip of Luke Chambers and drifts narrowly over the top.

  102. Text us on 81111

    Ross in Kent: I do massively rate Sean Dyche as a manager, I think he could do a really good job at a club like Villa, Newcastle or Everton.

    Richard somewhere near Newark: Massive game at Valley Parade tonight! Travelling on East Coast train home with Radio London via BBC website! Cmon City!!

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche
  103. Post update

    Bradford 2-0 Millwall

    A brilliant camera shot picks out Bradford boss Phil Parkinson and assistant Steve Parkin in their own section of the stands at Valley Parade. They were dismissed from the touchline after an earlier scuffle.

  104. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley

    Michael Duff is forced to slide in and clear the ball from inside the six yard box as another Andros Townsend cross causes the visitors problems. Townsend is running riot down the right for Spurs.

  105. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Chris Bolsover: A lovely finish from Shane Long.

    Tom Geoffrey: I thought Shane Long was only good for chasing lost causes?

    Richard McQuade: Ooooh yes! What a lovely finish by Shane Long to put Southampton in front at Ipswich!

  106. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley

    Benjamin Stambouli flashes a shot over the bar from 25 yards as Spurs again look dangerous down the right wing. It's been an electric opening 20 minutes.

  107. Goals, goals, goals

    Don't forget you can watch the goals and the major talking points of all tonight's action by clicking on the highlights tab at the top of the page.

    We've got a super strike from Sordell, a bustling start from the Bantams and much more besides.

  108. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra

    "Tottenham are monopolising the ball but Burnley will be happy with that as long as they get people behind it and it good positions. Burnley are looking for the long ball, looking to exploit the space between Younes Kaboul and Jan Vertonghen."

  109. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    That was instinctive striking from Shane Long. Hit it on the bounce, first-time, caught everybody out. Can Ipswich rally?

  110. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender at Portman Road

    "It's a superb finish - but I don't think anyone realised it had actually gone in! But you have to give credit to Shane Long, he was really alert to the chance and took it well."

  111. GOAL

    Ipswich 0-1 Southampton - Shane Long (19 mins)

    Southampton's first real attack leads to goal - and that is a brilliant finish!

    James Ward-Prowse bursts through the middle, Tommy Smith cuts it out with a cracking sliding tackle, but the ball runs into to the path of Shane Long, who hammers home left-footed. Quick as a flash, into the near post.

    Shane Long celebrates for Southampton
  112. Post update

    Bradford 2-0 Millwall

    The repercussions from that brawl continue as Bradford manager Phil Parkinson is sent to the stands, along with his assistant.

  113. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    Ollie: First 10 minutes or so Ipswich holding more possession and looking promising.

  114. YELLOW CARD

    Bradford 2-0 Millwall

    It's all kicking off! Millwall keeper David Forde steams across to the touchline to get involved in an ugly scuffle... Forde is booked.

    Players scrap during Bradford v Millwall
  115. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra

    "It looks as though Andros Townsend could be influential for Spurs, he's started well. He's already clipped a couple of balls into the area, one of which Paulinho scored from."

  116. Post update

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    Have the BBC cameras picked the wrong game here? Always the way...

    Not much to report from Portman Road, where the magnificentally bearded Bartosz Bialkowski claims a free-kick in the Ipswich net.

  117. Post update

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender at Portman Road

    "People might think it's strange to see Southampton playing with a back three, but it's because Ipswich have two strikers. How many teams play with more than one up front in the Premier League these days?"

  118. GOAL

    Tottenham 1-2 Burnley - Paulinho (10 mins)

    Nicely done, very nicely done. The frantic start to proceedings at White Hart Lane continues as Spurs pull one back instantly.

    Andros Townsend beats his man on the right, his cross is flicked on by Roberto Soldado and Paulinho takes it on the chest before crashing in a half-volley.

    What a night so far at the Lane...

    Paulinho celebrates for Spurs
  119. Highlights, highlights

    Don't forget you can watch highlights of all the goals and big incidents by clicking on the highlights tab at the top - do so now and you can see why Millwall are down to 10 men.

  120. GOAL

    Tottenham 0-2 Burnley - Ross Wallace (8 mins)

    Well well well! What a start for Burnley! What a nightmare for Tottenham.

    Ross Wallace was a notorious dead-ball expert in the Championship a few years back, scoring stunners week-in, week-out for Preston. He catches this one sweetly from 25 yards but it takes a giant deflection off Roberto Soldado, wrongfooting Michel Vorm and flying into the corner.

    Ross Wallace celebrates for Burnley
  121. Post update

    Tottenham 0-1 Burnley

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra

    "There was a big gap at the heart of the Tottenham defence. It was a deep ball from Kieran Trippier and Marvin Sordell ripped it into the net. Maurico Pochettino will be looking into what happened in the Spurs defence there."

  122. Post update

    Tottenham 0-1 Burnley

    The Spurs defending for that opener for Burnley was quite frankly obscene. Pre-watershed too. International defenders should not be undone by a routine 60-yard punt down the middle. Get a name on it!

  123. Post update

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Portman Road: "It may have been given as offside, but it's almost like none of the Ipswich fans care. The noise has been cranked up as if they're a goal to the good."

  124. Post update

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    Steve Wilson

    BBC Match of the Day commentator at Portman Road

    "It was tight, but he was just offside. A fine ball through for Stephen Hunt from Kevin Bru."

  125. GOAL

    Bradford 2-0 Millwall - Jon Stead (17 mins)

    It's raining goals in the FA Cup! Jon Stead has been making a living doing this for a decade, stabbing in from a free-kick. Already looking like a long night for Millwall.

    Jon Stead celebrates for Bradford
  126. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Sharon Allen: If this FA Cup replay was decided on team beards, Ipswich would be the clear winners tonight.

  127. GOAL

    Tottenham 0-1 Burnley - Marvin Sordell (3 mins)

    Long ball over the top? Check. Blistering first-time strike with the right peg from 16 yards? Check. That'll be 1-0 Burnley.

    Cracking finish from Marvin Sordell.

    Marvin Sordell celebrates for Burnley
  128. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    Ipswich have the ball in the net - and Stephen Hunt wheels away in delight. But he's the last man in the ground to spot the offside flag, stopping him in his tracks.

  129. Post update

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    David McGoldrick hustles and bustles down the right wing and forces Saints to kick it out in rather agricultural fashion. Both sides looking a touch nervy.

  130. Post update

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender at Portman Road

    "Ipswich striker David McGoldrick is a lively, bright player and he sniffs out chances. Southampton will need to watch him closely."

  131. KICK-OFF

    Tottenham 0-0 Burnley

    Spurs get the ball rolling at White Hart Lane.

  132. Post update

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    Southampton lining up with three centre-halves so Nathaniel Clyne and Matt Targett are really pushing on up the flanks. Steady start so far.

  133. Post update

    Tottenham v Burnley (20:00 GMT)

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra

    "The FA Cup is more important to Spurs, no disrespect to Burnley.

    "If Burnley stay up, that's their priority. They're doing well. The Cup would be a massive distraction for them and would not help them.

    "I don't think Spurs will get into the top four. I think top six is the best they can hope for but if they could get some silverware too, this could be a good year for people like Chas and Dave."

  134. KICK-OFF

    Ipswich 0-0 Southampton

    Bring the noise! Plenty of volume as Ipswich get us up and running....

  135. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Portman Road

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Portman Road: "Here's the view the view from the commentary box tonight. Ipswich, like Southampton in the first game, have flogged tickets for a tenner. The result will be a packed Portman Road and, hopefully, a bit of FA Cup crackle on a cold Wednesday night in Suffolk."

  136. Post update

    Tottenham v Burnley (20:00 GMT)

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra

    "I don't think it will be a chess match tonight. When you get these replays, both sides tend to want to get the game done and dusted so I think there will be an ebb and flow tonight."

  137. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Here we go then, the sides are out at an almost full Portman Road. In stark contrast to the ploughed field at Bradford, the surface is immaculate.

  138. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Terry Butcher

    Former England and Ipswich defender at Portman Road

    "What Southampton did against Manchester United, Ipswich will try to do to them. Sit deep and attempt to hit them on the break."

  139. GOAL

    Bradford 1-0 Millwall - James Hanson (8 mins)

    Bradford's fine start sees them take the lead as target man James Hanson buries a header at the far post. Textbook. Are the Bantams on for a trip to Stamford Bridge?

  140. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Tottenham v Burnley (20:00 GMT)

    Kiran Parmar: As Vlad Chiriches and Benjamin Stambouli are in the Tottenham side tonight, it's fair to say our participation in the FA Cup may be over soon.

    Tony Formisano: Danny Rose.....Following in Gareth Bale's footsteps as the next failed left back to become an £80m winger.

    Courtland Adams: Given their recent form, provided they can keep Harry Kane quiet, Burnley may well have a chance. Could be an interesting game!

  141. RED CARD

    Bradford 0-0 Millwall - Mark Beevers

    What a start at Valley Parade! Millwall are down to 10 men as a long ball through again holds up in the heavy mud, James Hanson looks to break clear and Mark Beevers tussles with him. Beevers is the last man and has to go.

    Mark Beevers is sent off for Millwall
    Mark Beevers pulls down James Hanson
  142. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder at Portman Road

    "Southampton's success is similar to Ipswich's in many ways. They are all pulling in the same direction. Everyone expects them to fall off but they don't look like being knocked off their perch now."

  143. Post update

    Tottenham v Burnley (20:00 GMT)

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra

    "There is a heavy schedule at the moment so you can understand Sean Dyche giving other players a chance to show their skills. It will be interesting to see how Marvin Sordell and Sam Vokes do as two orthodox strikers.

    "Spurs fans will hope Roberto Soldado will get a few shots on goal to boost his confidence because they need a challenger for Harry Kane otherwise the burden will get too much for him."

  144. Post update

    Bradford 0-0 Millwall

    Scrappy start in Bradford. If I was kind I would say the pitch is a tad 'weathered'.

    A free-kick for the hosts sticks in heavy mud in the goalmouth, with Millwall eventually clogging it away.

  145. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Terry Butcher

    Former Ipswich and England defender at Portman Road

    "Daryl Murphy is good in the air, strong and he works hard. He pulls away from defenders and has scored some brilliant goals this season. Alongside David McGoldrick they remind me of Danny Ings and Sam Vokes at Burnley, who scored the goals that got them promoted last season."

  146. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Face paint, on a grown man? Tick. Officially a big Cup game now...

  147. KICK-OFF

    Bradford 0-0 Millwall

    Jon Stead gets the night under way. Don't forget, the winners of this one play Chelsea.

  148. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Alan Shearer

    Former England striker at Portman Road

    "We're in for an entertaining game. Mick McCarthy has spent £10,000, that's all, so what he has done in the Championship is brilliant. He has got them organised and all the players want to play for him."

  149. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    As well as the year of the beard, 2014-15 is the season of the return of the 3-5-2! Saints go three at the back tonight. Is that the right move? Time will tell.

    Kick-off is 10 minutes away.

  150. Three at the back

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman told Match Of The Day: "I was expecting a difficult game in the first match and we got that. We only played well after 30 minutes but deserved to win the game.

    "Now we have to do it for the replay. We beat Manchester United and it was a confident performance. But we realise it will be tough this evening. It's an away game and against a team team with a different stale of play. We are prepared for that.

    "We will play with three centre-backs tonight. The reason behind the system is from the first game. I think will we have more control and ball possession with this system."

  151. Down to the bare bones

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy told Match Of The Day: "I've got 16 fit players but that's all we need! We played well at Southampton and defended particularly well which has earned us the replay tonight.

    "I'm aware the club has not done anything really in the FA Cup recently. Everyone loves a cup run and that's proved with the crowd."

    Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy
  152. Post update

    Bradford v Millwall (19:45 GMT)

    The sides are out at a blustery Valley Parade. The first kick-off of the night is almost upon us.

  153. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder at Portman Road

    "Mick McCarthy has his team fighting for him, and in Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick they have that bit of quality up front as well. It's going to be tough for Southampton."

  154. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Terry Butcher

    Former Ipswich and England defender, at Portman Road

    "Ipswich are doing well but at the start of the season I thought 'no chance', so credit to Mick McCarthy. It's a typical Mick team. They are organised and hard to beat.

    "Mick's a former defender and you tend to build teams from the back as a manager which he has done. Ipswich's back four has really done well, and they are dangerous from set-pieces at the other end as well."

  155. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    That is absolutely gutting Daniel...

  156. Text us on 81111

    Ipswich

    As tonight's sides chase long-awaited FA Cup glory, we asked you when you had to wait years to fulfil an ambition.

    Daniel in Ipswich: My Dad had a ticket for the '78 FA Cup final (Ipswich vs. Arsenal). Unfortunately, he was extremely ill and missed the match. His Mum told him 'don't worry son, there's always next time'. Thirty seven years and he's still waiting. Hoping for an Ipswich win tonight for him.

  157. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    The 2014-15 season may well go down as the year of the beard, and Ipswich keeper Bartosz Bialkowski has joined the club. A cracking effort, good coverage, strong definition, good depth - 8.5/10.

  158. LIVE NOW

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Whack BBC One on or click play at the top of the screen for live FA Cup MOTD from Portman Road.

  159. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Paddy Harper: As a Southampton fan feeling somewhat nervous about tonight's game. Replay match away from home. Tough fixture versus a decent team.

    Paul Burton: Two pressing teams tonight, extra-time would be terrible for both!

    Stephen Butler: I predict a shock tonight I think Ipswich town can grind out a result.

  160. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    There are 20 places on the footballing ladder between the two sides on show at Portman Road - with both sides third in their respective divisions.

    Ipswich have been knocked out of the FA Cup at this stage in each of the last four seasons.

  161. Text us on 81111

    As tonight's sides chase long-awaited FA Cup glory, we asked you when you had to wait years to fulfil an ambition.

    Rob in Leicester: I waited 15 years to make my childhood crush mine....and I've waited my 30 years of age to see Spurs win the league, another 30 beckons!

  162. Goals, Goals, Goals!

    FA Cup video

    While we await kick-off in tonight's FA Cup bonanza, why not delve through our archive and catch up on all of the goals in the Cup so far.

    Check out the video wall. Fill your boots.

  163. Post update

    Tottenham v Burnley (20:00 GMT)

    It's the Europa League side out for Spurs isn't it? Think we can all assume that Harry Kane is now first choice striker for Spurs...

  164. Text us on 81111

    Elton in London: This Tottenham line-up has 'throwing in the towel' written all over it. Perhaps Mauricio Pochettino is prioritising the Capital One Cup?

  165. Trains wait for no man

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Train

    Three thousand or so Everton fans were left with a tricky trip home from West Ham last night after their epic FA Cup replay went all the way to penalties.

    The neutrals watching at home may have enjoyed it almost as much as the Hammers fans - but with the game ticking on toward 11pm it was a late finish for those wishing to head back north.

    And extra time and penalties could cause more chaos tonight, with the last services to Felixstowe, Bury St Edmunds and Lowestoft from Ipswich all leaving around 10.20pm - and they will not wait! You have been warned.

  166. Coming up on BBC One

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    BBC One from 19:30 GMT is the channel of choice this evening as we bring you the replay between Ipswich and Southampton.

    Gary Lineker presents live from Portman Road, where he is joined in the studio by fellow ex-England internationals Alan Shearer, Jermaine Jenas and Terry Butcher.

    Steve Wilson spends the night up in the gantry on the mic, accompanied by Mark Lawrenson. An all-star cast.

    You can of course watch live within this page, just click on the play icon at the top of the screen.

  167. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Left-back Tyrone Mings - highly-rated - is on the bench tonight. Just rested I presume. I saw him down in the tunnel earlier on wearing an outstanding jacket. Think Huggy Bear.

  168. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Oliver Shilling: Ipswich to cause an FA Cup upset tonight if they defend as well as they can and make the most of set pieces. Daryl Murphy will be lethal.

    Ian Johnson: All this coverage brings back memories. For the first time in a decade Big Mick has made me love football again!

    Simon Meredith: Surprised Tyrone Mings is not playing? He was Ipswich's best player against us at St Marys.

  169. Team news

    Tottenham v Burnley (20:00 GMT)

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino makes seven changes to the team beaten 2-1 by Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday. Only Jan Vertonghen, Benjamin Stambouli, Danny Rose and Andros Townsend survive. Younes Kaboul plays for just the second time since 9 November while top-scorer Harry Kane drops to the bench.

    Michael Duff returns to the Burnley team for the first time since 22 November after recovering from a calf injury. The 37-year-old defender is named as captain as Sean Dyche makes five changes to the team that beat QPR in the Premier League last time out. Sam Vokes, who scored in the tie between these sides at Turf Moor, partners Marvin Sordell up front for the Clarets.

    Tottenham XI: Vorm, Chiriches, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Davies, Capoue, Stambouli, Townsend, Paulinho, Rose, Soldado.

    Burnley XI: Heaton, Trippier, Duff , Keane, Mee, Kightly, Arfield, Jones, Wallace, Sordell, Vokes.

  170. Wednesday night lights

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Mick McCarthy is certainly looking forward to experiencing an all-but full house this evening - though he admits that days after winning at Old Trafford, Ronald Koeman's Saints are unlikely to feel threatened.

    "The atmosphere will be fabulous under the lights," said the former Wolves boss.

    "I can't imagine it will be intimidating for them, having just won in front of 75,000, but it will inspire us playing in front of a big crowd."

  171. Standing room only

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Portman Road

    We've mentioned FA Cup magic - but what about the Mick McCarthy Magic?

    Under Mick, Ipswich are flying. Third in the Championship table, just a point off top, and Portman Road is set for a first sell-out in years tonight, with the club wisely reducing ticket prices.

    It has been declared a 'home sell-out', with the travelling Saints fans unlikely to fill their allocation in the middle of a working week. It's the first time Ipswich have shifted all of their tickets since they beat Arsenal in the League Cup four years ago, while there hasn't been a 30,000+ crowd in Suffolk since the 2005 play-offs.

  172. Text us on 81111

    As tonight's sides chase long-awaited FA Cup glory, we asked you when you had to wait years to fulfil an ambition.

    Lemora, London: "Always wanted a AT-AT walker when I was a kid and was dead jealous of the boy across the street who had every Star Wars toy going. Last year I spotted one in a retro toy store in Filey, Yorkshire.

    "£105 with the General Veers figure thrown in. A childhood dream fulfilled, 30 odd years on. On a football related note, COYS!"

    Money well spent...?

  173. Team news

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Ipswich, whose preparations for the game were disrupted by illness, make four changes as defender Jonathan Parr replaces the highly-rated Tyrone Mings in defence. Darren Ambrose starts in midfield while Stephen Hunt and Kevin Bru also start.

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman makes five changes for the game, handing Dusan Tadic a start after his goal against Manchester United at the weekend. Morgan Schneiderlin miss out after picking up a knock.

    Ipswich XI: Bialkowski, Parr, Chambers, Smith, Berra, Murphy, McGoldrick, S.Hunt, Bru, Hyam, Ambrose.

    Southampton XI: Forster, Clyne, Fonte, Gardos, Targett, Wanyama, Reed, Ward-Prowse, Tadic, Bertrand, Long.

  174. Spurs on their way to Wembley?

    Tottenham v Burnley (20:00 GMT)

    Get the Lockets out the cupboard - Sean Dyche is in town. And the Burnley boss brings his side in free-scoring form, with the Clarets bagging eight goals in their last four games.

    Dyche hinted that he would name a full-strength side again tonight. So can Spurs shut out Danny Ings, Ashley Barnes and co?

    Chas & Dave

    Will Harry Kane get a rest? And if so, who will score for Spurs? It's now 24 years since the boys from Tottenham last lifted the FA Cup. Chas & Dave are by the phone, waiting for the call...

  175. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Peter Collins: Southampton need to go for this. A couple of injuries could kill off their Champions League chase, but FA Cup is very possible.

    Si Watson: Southampton to continue the unbeaten run and show why we beat United at the weekend!

    Chris Stockdale: Ipswich have been in the wilderness for far too long, but thanks to big Mick we've finally got something to shout about.

  176. Team news

    Bradford v Millwall (19:45 GMT)

    Defender Andrew Davies returns to the Bradford starting XI after recovering from a hamstring injury. Jon Stead, signed on loan from Huddersfield for the rest of the season earlier this month, starts in attack alongside James Hanson. Winger Filipe Morais, who had a spell at Millwall in 2006-07, faces his former side.

    Ineligibility and injuries means Millwall boss Ian Hollway shuffles his pack for the game, with defender Danny Shittu starting his first game since 3 January, while defenders Mark Beevers and Matthew Briggs, midfielder Ed Upson and forward Lee Gregory also start.

    Bradford XI: Williams, Darby, McArdle, Davies, Meredith, Liddle, Morais, Halliday, Knott, Hanson, Stead.

    Millwall XI: Forde, Dunne, Shittu, Beevers, Martin, Upson, Abdou, Chaplow, Briggs, Fuller, Gregory.

  177. BreakingBREAKING TEAM NEWS

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Ipswich hand a start to former Reading winger Stephen Hunt, while Southampton start with youngsters Harrison Reed and Matt Targett in the side.

  178. "Saints can give it a good go"

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Alan Shearer

    Match Of The Day at Portman Road

    "Ronald Koeman has really got Southampton organised this season. I hope they can stay injury free until the end of the season and give the top four a really good go. But they will want to go on a good cup run also and get through tonight.

    "Whether they can stay with the top four depends a lot on injuries because when you look at who they are battling against it is squad wise they will be tested. If Southampton can keep their main 14 or 15 player fits they can compete."

  179. Check out these junior reporters

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    BBC News School Report

    The School Report team meet Mark Lawrenson and Steve Wilson

    BBC News School Reporters Alex and Sam from Holbrook Academy in Suffolk have been briefing BBC Match of the Day commentary team Steve Wilson and Mark Lawrenson on the tactics Ipswich need to use tonight.

    They think Ipswich need to deliver plenty of crosses to Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick and both predict 2-1 wins for their side.

    School Report is a BBC project helping secondary school pupils around the UK to make their own news - and we will be hearing more from our young reporters this evening.

  180. Acceptable in the 70s

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Dennis Waterman

    T Rex. Space Invaders. The Professionals. Grange Hill. Dennis Waterman.

    "Ah, the 70s. They don't make them like they used to," growls Dennis in this fine video which highlights FA Cup wins for Southampton and Ipswich during that decade.

    Have a watch. The only thing that would have made this better would be a song from the boy Waterman...

  181. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Kick-off just over an hour away at Portman Road - expect team news shortly. The sides have filed past our cameras and into the changing rooms, the Saints side look like giants in the cramped tunnel.

  182. Tune in

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Stick with us and you won't miss a kick in the FA Cup this evening.

    As well as this fine page of text updates, and BBC One coverage from Portman Road, 5 live will be filling the airwaves with pure cup gold.

    Mark Pougatch presents build-up from 19:00 GMT, with full commentary of Ipswich v Southampton from Alistair Bruce-Ball and Danny Mills.

    With Ian Dennis at Bradford v Millwall and John Southall and David Pleat at Tottenham v Burnley, you'll be across all the goals, drama and action.

  183. Bantams Return?

    Bradford v Millwall (19:45 GMT)

    Bradford

    Our first game to kick-off tonight sees two sides from the Football League competing for a very profitable day out indeed. A trip to Stamford Bridge and Premier League pace-setters Chelsea awaits either Bradford or Millwall.

    The hosts may be in League One, but they are only five rungs down the ladder from Millwall, who are struggling in the Championship. Ian Holloway's side have won one game in their last 12. A (minor) Cupset on the cards?

  184. Post update

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Sir Bobby Robson

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Portman Road: "The last and only time Ipswich Town won the FA Cup was in 1978 - and this man was in charge.

    "Town are a long way off replicating the good old days under Sir Bobby Robson, but their league form, and tonight's tie in front of a near-capacity Portman Road, has a little bit of that nostalgic magic about it."

  185. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Five of our six teams in action this evening have won the FA Cup - but Spurs are the most recent winners, and that was back in 1991.

    Tottenham win the 1991 FA Cup
    Image caption: Spurs have won eight FA Cup titles - but not since 1991.

    We're talking Vinny Samways, Paul Allen, Pat Van Den Hauwe.

    A lengthy wait for success then - but what is the longest you've had to wait for something you really, really wanted?

    And what was it like when you finally got it? All the sweeter for the waiting? Or a hollow, vapid experience?

    Let us know. But keep it clean. It's a family show.

    Get in touch at #bbcfacup, pop on to the BBC Sport Facebook page or BBC Sport's Google+ area.

    You can also text us on 81111 in the UK only - don't forget to say who you are and where you are texting from.

  186. Cast your vote

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Ipswich v Southampton

    90 minutes? Extra time? Penalties? However it's won, it has to be won tonight.

    So, have your say on the right-hand side of the page or via the voting tab on your phone on whether it'll be Ipswich or Southampton.

  187. Midweek mayhem

    West Ham

    That's right, the FA Cup served up more than its fair share of magic last night as we were treated to one of the all-time great third-round replays at Upton Park. It left me with no option but to reach for the Queen songbook.

    A red card, missed chances, brilliant goals, late drama, Carlton Cole, a keeper scoring the winning spot-kick - it really did have it all.

    With Fulham and Wolves also going he distance - in the snow, no less! - the bar for tonight's replay fodder has been set very high indeed.

    The BBC have had to hold fire on 'Pets - Wild at heart' for a week to show tonight's game at Ipswich. Football, don't let us down...

  188. A kind of magic

    One dream, one soul.

    FA Cup

    One prize, one goal.

    Joel Robles

    One golden glance of what should be. It's a kind of magic.

    One shaft of light that shows the way, no mortal man can win this day.

    Adrian

    It's a kind of magic, magic, FA Cup magic!