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Bradford could take on Premier League opposition in next round

Giant-killers Bradford City could take on Premier League Sunderland at Valley Parade in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Bradford City could face Sunderland after their shock win at Chelsea Credit: Press Association

They have been drawn to either Sunderland or Championship Fulham in the next round.

The Bantams pulled off one of the biggest shocks in cup history after they beat Premier League table-topping Chelsea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, Sheffield United could face Manchester United at Bramall Lane if the Blades can get past Preston if the Reds can beat League Two Cambridge in their respective replays.

Woman seriously injured in hospital after being hit by a car in Sheffield

A 38-year-old woman is seriously ill in hospital after being knocked down in Sheffield.

It happened on Saturday January 17, 2015 around 11am on Barnsley Road when a Hyundai car was in collision with a pedestrian.

The woman was taken to hospital where she is in a critical but stable condition.

Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the accident to come forward.

New electric vehicle charging stations ' free to use'

Two new fast charging points for electric vehicles which have been installed in Sheffield are free to use.

The power stations in Broomhill and the city centre will allow cars to be fully charged in around three hours.

Councillor Jayne Dunn, from Sheffield City Council and Mark Daly from Inmotion Project have been talking to ITV Calendar about the installations.

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Electric car drivers take advantage of new Sheffield 'power supplies'

Two new dedicated fast charging points for electric cars have been installed in Sheffield.

Drivers of electric cars can now power up at two new charging stations in Sheffield Credit: ITV Yorkshire

They will allow drivers to charge up electric vehicles in around three to four hours.

The points - at Broomhill and Carver Lane in the city centre - will provide free electricity and it is hoped they will encourage more drivers to turn to electric vehicles.

The scheme is backed by Sheffield Council who want to see more electric cars used in the city as a means to combat pollution. They also want drivers to consider the economic benefits of using electric vehicles.

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