Hull manager Steve Bruce knows few will fancy his side to upset Arsenal tonight but says nothing can be taken for granted in football.
Hull City owner further inflames tensions with fans after telling opponents to his name change plans they can "die as soon as they want".
Preview ahead of Hull City's Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
A special video has been released to mark Bradford City's wembley trip earlier this year.
'We Made History - The Fans ' was made by fans to commemorate a special day in the 120 year history of Bradford City Football Club.
Fans were asked to submit video footage captured on phones and personal cameras via social media networks
The film will be showcased at the National Media Museum in the run-up to Christmas.
Sheffield Wednesday's under-fire manager Dave Jones insists his side can get out of relegation trouble - but only if they "fight and scrap".
The Owls - who travel to Blackpool tomorrow - are currently 22nd in the Championship.
Jones, who was speaking at his weekly news conference, said some of his players need to take a long look at themselves, instead of blaming others.
Bradford City fans are the stars of a new short film to be showcased at the National Media Museum.
As cycling in the region clicks up a gear City of York Council has increased the amount of parking spaces for bikes in the city centre to over one thousand.
Throughout 2013 the council has added space for an extra 150 bikes within the city centre, which has been done by adding new cycle racks and extending some existing racks. This has grown the number of spaces by 18 per-cent compared to the beginning of the year.
Huddersfield Giants captain Danny Brough has missed out on being named International Player of the Year but last night was voted the world's best standoff.
Brough - who also captained Scotland in the World Cup - was beaten to the top award by New Zealand's Sonny Bill Williams.
Two of the Burgess brothers also won awards at the ceremony in Manchester, with George taking the prize of Rookie of the Year, and Sam named International Prop of the year.
Brough says he is "honoured" to be nominated amongst the other players.
A seventh man has been arrested as part of an NCA investigation into match fixing - which has seen former Huddersfield Town star Delroy Facey arrested.
The seventh man and four others have now been bailed pending further inquiries. Two have been charged with attempting to defraud bookmakers.
The Football League have responded to arrests made over match fixing, including Huddersfield-born striker, Delroy Facey.
In a statement the Football League said:
– Football League
The threat of corruption is something that the Football League and the other football authorities treat with the utmost seriousness.
The integrity of our matches and our competitions is the bedrock of the domestic game
A former Hull City, Huddersfield Town and Lincoln City star is one of three footballers who have been arrested as part of an investigation into alleged match fixing.
Delroy Facey is one of six people who were held as part of an inquiry by the National Crime Agency.
33 year old Facey has also played for a number of other clubs in our region in his career including Lincoln and Rotherham but there's no suggestion that any were involved in the match fixing allegations.
Calendar's Chris Kiddey reports.
Leeds United boss, Brian McDermott says he is "shocked" by the arrests over match fixing.
Scunthorpe United have confirmed Russ Wilcox and Tony Daws will continue as caretaker managers into the New Year.
Following impressive back-to-back away performances at Portsmouth and Rochdale which culminated in two wins, the club will continue for a successor to Brian Laws.