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Summary

  1. FA Cup news conferences including Chelsea, Newcastle and Wolves
  2. Man City narrow Liverpool's lead at top of the table to four points
  3. Defeat is first Liverpool have suffered in league this season
  4. Get Involved: #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Laura Savvas and Elizabeth Hudson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Keep up with the Cup

    That's it for now. You can keep up with all of the FA Cup action across BBC Sport here.

    Have a good weekend.

  2. Get Involved - Who do you want to win the league and why?

    Kieran: Safe to say all Liverpool fans would have been screaming for Everton to win the league over United for the past thirty years.

    Justin: As a Brighton fan, would love Liverpool to win it, have grown up in the era of anyone but Man Utd.

    Lee: As an Arsenal fan happy for Liverpool if they win the league this season just didn't want them to do it by going undefeated.

    Thanks for all of your responses.

  3. 'We need to do our job'

    Everton v Lincoln (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Everton

    Silva on the FA Cup: "It's really really important for us as a club. Our fans want to see our club having a good run.

    "It will be a tough match. The pressure is there but it is normal

    "Lincoln are fighting to be promoted and come here with confidence but it is up to us to do our job and win the match."

    Marco Silva
  4. 'It is important to start scoring again'

    Everton

    Silva on his side's attacking threat: “In our squad every player can score, not just the attackers.

    “Each player can score. In the last games we haven’t scored the goals as a team.

    “It is important we start scoring again as a team.”

  5. Silva on stage

    Everton v Lincoln (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Everton

    At last, Everton manager Marco Silva...

    On potential transfers: "Nothing new. We don’t put no more to be loaned. I want them focused and to be ready to play.

    On being linked with Barcelona's Malcom: “No. Nothing. We cannot change every week our idea as a club. Our form wasn’t the best but we have a chance to show our quality."

  6. Get Involved - Who do you want to win the league and why?

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Paul Westerberg: If Liverpool slip up again, it will unite the rest of the country in these uncertain turbulent times

    Neo: I’m sure no Man Utd fan is drooling for a City win BUT we like it if Liverpool don’t win it. That’s IT..

    Joel Gbenga: Man City .Fantastic coach, brilliant squad depth. They've got some amazing players too.

  7. Silva coming up

    Everton v Lincoln (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    The last manager on our Friday run is Marco Silva at Everton who is coming up very shortly.

  8. Bendtner starts 50-day sentence

    Ex-Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has started his 50-day sentence for assaulting a taxi driver and posted a picture of his electronic ankle tag.

    The 30-year-old, who plays for Norwegian side Rosenborg, is serving his sentence at home in Denmark.

    He admitted hitting the taxi driver but said it was because he felt threatened.

    Nicklas Bendtner
  9. Quiz time!

    It's almost the weekend! Clock-watching? Then we have a solution for you!

    Who has won the FA Cup more times? Who's scored the most goals and who’s suffered the worst defeats?

    Test your FA Cup knowledge with this quiz...

    FA CUp quiz
  10. Get Involved - Who do you want to win the league and why?

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Simon Buckley: If the title was between Liverpool and United neutrals would be undecided, however City are insignificant to almost all football fans due to how they have got their success.

    Matthew Jones: Liverpool fans’ arrogance due to history (cough) and their strange anti-England sentiment have caused everyone to dislike them and want City to win league.

    Demi: As an Arsenal fan don't really care who wins just glad that our invincible record remains intact at least for another season.

  11. Fourth round draw

    The third round might not have started yet, but the fourth round draw will take place straight after Wolves face on Liverpool at Molineux on Monday night.

    The draw will be live on BBC One and will be conducted by former Wolves duo Carl Ikeme and Robbie Keane.

    The fourth round is scheduled to take place between Friday 25 January and Monday 28 January.

    Here's all the info you need.

    FA Cup trophy
  12. FA Cup super subs

    You want more FA Cup magic moments?

    We have more FA Cup magic moments - this time featuring some of the competition's super subs.

    Video content

    Video caption: Relive some of the best moments when substitutes have turned the tide in the FA Cup.
  13. 'It's a possibility Iborra will leave'

    Newport County v Leicester City (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Leicester City

    Puel on Vicente Iborra: “I can say he moved to Spain just for his family but we know of some interest for him and perhaps he will move in January. We will see the situation in a few days.

    “I give him four days because he needs to see his family and after we will see if he come back or if he stays because perhaps he will stay.

    “It’s a possibility (he will leave). Vicente didn’t play with all the game-time he wanted and we will see.”

  14. Get Involved - Who do you want to win the league and why?

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Gumbo 74: Would like to see LFC win it, been close a few times and have also invested strongly in the ground & playing group. Klopp too - he appears a genuinely good bloke. Anyone but Spurs, they really won't shut up for 12 months!

    Vincent: Anyone but Liverpool as their success highlights others failures and they have very obnoxious fans

    Lee Brett: Man United fans want Spurs to win their next premier league fixture a week on sunday. How times have changed.

  15. 'The first priority is to keep the balance in the team'

    Newport County v Leicester City (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Leicester City

    Puel on the transfer window: “This period is a special period for the squad, for the team, because we know there a lot of rumours around the team and for the manager like me it’s important to have discussions with different players to know their wishes.

    "Some players will want some other game-time but we need to think about the possibility.

    “The first priority is to keep the balance in the team and to keep the team strong, with enough players to continue in this competition.

    The priority is the club but we have to listen to these players.

    “We have to listen and to understand some different possibilities because players want to play.”

  16. 'People like this cup because all is possible'

    Newport County v Leicester City (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Leicester City

    Puel on Newport County: "It's important to look at this team. Last season they played well and got a good result against Tottenham.

    "It's difficult to play this team. It is a small pitch and they are physical."

    On the FA Cup: "We know about the tradition of the cup, it is the same in France. People like this cup because all is possible."

    Claude Puel
  17. Puel gives updates on Andy King and Adrien Silva

    Newport County v Leicester City (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Leicester City

    “We will see with them. There are clubs interested but we need to keep the balance. Perhaps there will be opportunities for them.”

    On Andy King: “Andy is a fantastic professional, a legend for Leicester City. We have to respect him.

    “He wants more game time, this is a normal thing. I hope we can give the opportunity to move and to enjoy his football.

    “He gives his best in the training session, he remains perfect and professional because he’s a man like that.

    "For Andy, it will be important to have this opportunity for game time because without the possibility to give the best on the pitch, and just on the training ground, he cannot be happy.”

  18. 'We need to find the right balance between quality and freshness'

    Newport County v Leicester City (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Leicester City

    Claude Puel has given an update on Wes Morgan and Jamie Vardy: “Wes came back to training session, good mach fit. He is ready for the game.

    “We will see on Vardy. It will be a good team in place with some rotation. Players have played a lot in this busy period, so we need to give some freshness.

    “We have a squad with players close [in ability] between themselves, we need to use all the possibilities of the squad to maintain the freshness with the possibility to compete all the time.

    “We need to find the right balance between quality and freshness.”

    Claude Puel
  19. Post update

    Foxes fans... Claude Puel is here.

  20. Benitez's FA Cup memories

    Newcastle v Blackburn Rovers (Sat, 17:30 GMT)

    Newcastle United

    Benitez on the FA Cup: "The main thing for us is to approach the next game trying to win - in this case, it's the FA Cup. I won the FA Cup [with Liverpool in 2006] so for me, it's a massive trophy, but I will not take any risks."

    Steven Gerrard and Rafa Benitez