West Ham Manager Sam Allardyce has been charged by the Football Association following comments he made after the FA Cup defeat to Manchester United on Wednesday. He complained that his side had not been given a penalty for handball and said referee Phil Dowd "couldn't find the courage to give it".
The FA have charged him with questioning the integrity of match officials. Allardyce has until Wednesday to respond to the charge.
Reading boss Brian McDermott praised a clinical second half performance which sent the Royals through to the last 16 of the FA Cup.
Brighton, Reading and Aldershot have some big matches this weekend in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup.
A football fan has put himself at the centre of a flurry of Twitter attention after betting his bank details on the outcome of a match.