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Tom Rostance

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  1. Until the deadline...

    And that brings to an end another bumper weekend of FA Cup action.

    Thanks for your company as ever and we shall see you back here for the small matter of transfer deadline day on Tuesday...

  2. Four star

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    • Man Utd have scored four goals in consecutive rounds of the FA Cup for the first time since 2009 (4-1 v Derby, 4-0 v Fulham).
    • Indeed, it’s the first time the Red Devils have scored four or more in successive rounds at Old Trafford since 2003 (4-1 v Portsmouth, 6-0 v West Ham). 
  3. Replay dates

    Leicester will play Derby in the sole replay at this stage, that game is scheduled for Wednesday 8 February. 

  4. Coming up

    BBC One (22:30 GMT)

    Match of the Day

    And if all that wasn't enough - or if you have missed any of today's action - you can watch highlights of all of today's games on BBC One at 22:30.

    Manish Bhasin will be joined by Trevor Sinclair and Mark Lawrenson to discuss all of the action.

    You'll be able to watch on the BBC Sport website as well as on your TV.

  5. Post update

    There are only eight Premier League teams left in the last 16, and Leicester are involved in the only replay.

    Chelsea and Manchester City are joint favourites for the trophy with the bookies, while if you fancy a punt you can get Sutton at around 500/1. 

  6. HIGHLIGHTS: Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Bastian Schweinsteiger marks his first Manchester United start for a year with a goal and an assist in a convincing 4-0 FA Cup win over Wigan.

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    Video caption: Highlights: Man Utd 4-0 Wigan
  7. 'Only disappointment'

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Wigan manager Warren Joyce, speaking to BBC Sport: "In the first half we gave as good as we got and had the best opportunities. The game-plan was working, so we are disappointed to lose.  

    "We had good chances, the best chances really, certainly up to half-time. The timing of the first goal was unfortunate, then straight after the break we concede another poor goal. It was bread and butter stuff, we deal with those balls week in week out, two headers at the back post. After that you can forget about the game, we were just chasing and were opening up. The only emotion is disappointment."

  8. When's the draw?

    Non-league Lincoln and Sutton will discover their last-16 opponents in the FA Cup fifth-round draw on Monday.

    England manager Gareth Southgate will help conduct the draw live on The One Show on BBC One at 19:20 GMT, with coverage also on BBC Radio 5 live.

    The eight fifth-round ties are due to be played between Friday 17 February and Monday 20 February.

    There are 17 teams in the draw, with only Derby and Leicester set to replay their fourth-round tie.

    It is the first time two non-league clubs have reached the FA Cup fifth round since the foundation of the Football League in 1888.

  9. 'Job done'

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Sport: "We deserved to win. The first half wasn't very good but we managed to lead 1-0 when we needed to play better. We knew they would be organised and play with aggression, would be very compact, and to break that down we needed to change a few things. 

    "The second half was much better. We deserved to win, the job is done and we are in the last 16.Overall I am happy with what we did. Some players more than others, but that is football."

  10. Post update

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Everton winger on BBC One

    Warren Joyce has started to get results. It is going to take time. 

    You could see the quality they have got today but weren't able to get bodies beyond Will Grigg up front.

    Warren Joyce
  11. The last 16

    Who is left in?



    Sutton United

    Manchester United





    Manchester City







    Derby or Leicester

  12. 'A superb weekend'

    Alan Shearer

    Ex-England captain on BBC One

    It has been a superb weekend. I hope Sutton get one hell of a draw and get one of the big boys at home.

    Sutton United players
  13. 'Martial can be a top, top player'

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Phil Neville

    Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5live

    I think in the first 30 minutes Anthony Martial's body language was poor.

    In the second half he was fantastic. He is better running onto the ball than receiving it with his back to play. He likes those areas on the left.

    He has got all of the ingredients to be a top, top player. We just need to see it more often.

    Anthony Martial
  14. 'Second half we were very good'

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Manchester United

    Man of the match Henrikh Mkhitaryan speaking to Match of the Day: "It feels good. It was not our best game in the first half but in the second we were very good.

    "In the first we couldn't find free space but in the second we had more of that. The most important thing is we won 4-0 and go through."

    On his second-half goal: "It was a very nice counter attack. Everything happened very quickly.

    "It doesn't matter if I am playing or not I am trying to do everything I can, working very hard. I am trying to do my best for the team."

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    Jack Blackburn: I don't know what more Martial can do for Mourinho. Brilliant performance today. And Schweinsteiger has a role in this squad

    KN: Very good man management from Jose. Gave players who were lacking match time a game to build their confidence

    Alpesh Patel: Without using the phrase "he worked hard" can anyone tell me what Rooney contributed today? 

  16. 'A lot of top teams have gone out'

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Manchester United

    Manchester United defender Chris Smalling: "We knew that Wigan would be a hard team to beat, a lot of top teams have gone out so it's good to still be in the cup.

    "We have a lot of competition in the squad, we have not got many injuries but now everyone wants to stay in the team for Wednesday."

  17. 'They played some fantastic football'

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Phil Neville

    Former Manchester United defender on BBC One

    The goal before half time won Manchester United the game. In the second half they played some fantastic football and passed well. Mata, Mkhitaryan and Martial got more space.

  18. 'Very professional'

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Alan Shearer

    Ex-England captain on BBC One

    It was very comfortable and very, very, professional from Manchester United. They scored some good goals and deserve to be in the next round.

    Bastian Schweinsteiger
  19. Post update

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    Jose Mourinho takes the time to sign a few autographs as Wigan manager Warren Joyce leaves the field alongside United captain Wayne Rooney.

    Wigan were very good in the first half but once that second goal went in it was one-way traffic. 

    Jose Mourinho
  20. WATCH AGAIN: Schweinsteiger hooks in from close range

    Manchester United 4-0 Wigan

    It's his first Manchester United start for 385 days, but he's had quite an impact on the game. 

    After his earlier assist, Schweinsteiger doubles his United goal tally with a close range hook. 

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    Video caption: Schweinsteiger hooks in from close range