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Charlton starting 11 against Sheffield United:
Hamer, Wilson, Wood, Morrison, Wiggins, Poyet, Cousins, Jackson, Harriott, Tudgay, Church.
Subs: Hughes, Dervite, Green, Ghoochannejhad, Thuram-Ulien, Nego, Ajdarevic.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Tech enthusiasts, engineers and enthusiasts will gather in Stratford next summer when Marker Faire arrives in the UK.
The original Maker Faire event was held in California in 2012 and it has seen crowds grow to hundreds of thousands.
It's the first time the annual flagship fair has been held outside the US
A 51-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the shooting of a City trader.
Robin Clark, 44, who lives in Essex, was shot once in the leg as he got out of his car at Shenfield railway station on January 24.
The gunman ran off and left the scene in a car parked nearby.
Charlton Athletic are one win away from a trip to Wembley. They visit Sheffield United in the early kick off knowing that a win would put them in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
Chris Powell's knocked out city rivals Sheffield United in the last round.
Today's FA Cup fixtures:
Sheffield United v Charlton Athletic (12pm)
Hull City v Sunderland (2pm)
Manchester City v Wigan Athletic (4.05pm)
Read more about Charlton in the FA Cup here http://www.itv.com/sport/football/fa-cup/match/sheff-wed-charlton-3707070/
London is set to bask in the highest temperatures of the year so far today - warmer than some holiday spots in the Mediterranean, according to forecasters.
Temperatures are set to be as high as 18C, making it "exceptionally mild" for the time of year and warmer than parts of Greece and Turkey, according to the Met Office.
Saturday's highest temperature was recorded at 16.6C (61.9F) at around 2pm in St James's Park in central London.
It's been home to hundreds of Londoners for decades, but now the remaining residents of one of the city's last pre-fab estates say they've been left in the dark over their future.
Demolition work was due to start at the Excalibur Estate in Catford months ago, but dozens of people are still living there.
Toby Sadler has been to a new museum set up inside one of the pre-fabs.
The brother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence has said he would agree to take part in a probe into police records following a damning report which found that officers spied on his family.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe plans to appoint an "independent multi-disciplinary team" to search the force's archives for any available evidence for a public inquiry into undercover policing.
Speaking to the BBC, Stuart Lawrence said: "I reserve judgment until I hear who he's tried to employ to try to do this job and I wouldn't mind being part of the team myself to ensure the job is done".