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Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance and Phil Dawkes

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    The Daily Star


    The Daily Star elaborates on that Wenger story, saying the Frenchman will be managing next season, whether that's at Arsenal or elsewhere.

  2. What the papers say...

    The Sun

    Right then, let's have a flick through today's papers, starting with the Sun.

    It says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger "won't quit" amid speculation his Gunners tenure is about to come to an abrupt end.

    In fact, Wenger's future dominates today's back pages.

  3. Get involved - when the ref doesn't turn up

    #bbcfacup or text 81111


    Every week, we team up with the Danny Baker Show on BBC Radio 5 live for our get involved topic.

    In light of referee Mark Clattenburg's decision to quit the Premier League for Saudi Arabia, we want to know your 'when the ref doesn't turn up' stories.

    Have you taken charge of a local derby? Shown your best mate the red card? Seen your title chances ruined when the opposition physio took the whistle? Or just sacked off the Sunday morning slog and headed straight to the pub?

    Let us know using #bbcfacup, via text on 81111 or on the Match of the Day Facebook page.

  4. The Imps-possible dream?

    So, with two non-league teams in the fifth round for the first time, who are the minnows hoping to achieve the impossible dream?  


    First up, National League Lincoln City travel to Premier League Burnley for today's early kick-off at Turf Moor.

    The Imps are aiming to become the first non-league club since QPR in 1914 to reach the FA Cup last eight.


    And the weekend is book-ended with potential giant-killings, with arguably the clash of the round saved for Monday night.

    That will see fifth-tier Sutton United host 12-time winners Arsenal under the lights on their artificial pitch.

    Sandwiched between those two mouth-watering ties, you expect one of these may well fancy their chances at causing another cup shock...


    We'll have all the build-up to all of today's FA Cup action right here.  

  5. Hero-making or heart-breaking?

    Terry Venables
    Image caption: Venables takes a starring role on Spurs' 1967 FA Cup final record, four decades before recording a charity cover of Elvis' If I Can Dream

    It's FA Cup fifth-round weekend, and that only means one thing - a chance for the small sides to dream big against the giants of the English game.

    And with each of the eight Premier League teams left in the competition drawn against lower-league opposition, there's plenty of scope for hero-making or heart-breaking.

    Perhaps they'll take inspiration from the immortal words of Elvis Presley... or, ahem, Terry Venables, depending on your vintage.

    One rock 'n' roll king, one FA Cup connoisseur...

    Terry Venables

    Three of Venables' old clubs will be among those hoping to avoid upsets this weekend, as Middlesbrough host Oxford, Chelsea visit Wolves and Tottenham travel to Fulham.

  6. If I Can Dream...

    "And while I can think, while I can talk...

    Lincoln City

    "While I can stand, while I can walk...


    "While I can dream, please let my dream come true..."