Tim Sherwood saw his new Villa side edge into the FA Cup quarter finals with a 2-1 win over the Foxes at Villa ParkRead the full story ›
Bradford are at it again, taking a 1-0 lead over Premier League opponents Sunderland at Valley Parade, with only three minutes on the clock. Billy Clarke appeared to be the scorer, but Black Cats defender John O'Shea might yet be credited with an own goal.
Tim Sherwood watched his new Aston Villa side take on Leicester City in the FA Cup fifth round from the stands at Villa Park.
Even though he wasn't managing Villa on the day (he did, however, give a half-time team talk), Sherwood will claim a winning start to his tenure in the Midlands, as goals by Leandro Bacuna and Scott Sinclair were enough to earn a 2-1 win over struggling Leicester.
Villa will discover their quarter-final opponents on Monday night.
The starting teams are out for the FA Cup fifth round clash between Bradford City and Sunderland, which kicks off at 2.30pm.
Bradford famously giant-killed Chelsea in the last round and will be confident of upsetting another Premier League side.
#bcafc LINE UP | City XI (vs Sunderland) Williams, Darby, McArdle, Davies, Meredith, Liddle, Morais, Knott, Clarke, Hanson, Stead
Rather than swapping shirts with an opponent after the match, Liverpool man mountain Mamadou Sakho gifted his shirt to a young Reds fan after their 2-1 win at Crystal Palace in the FA Cup fifth round, prompting one huge grin and chants of "Sakho! Sakho!" from the visiting fans.
Video via FATV.
Former Everton striker Ayegbeni Yakubu showed his finishing prowess as Reading progressed to the last eight of the FA Cup at the expense of a Derby County side reduced to 10 men for 50 minutes.
Derby looked the better side until their full-back Stephen Warnock was sent off for a second yellow card in the 39th minute.
Hal Robson-Kanu's goal was cancelled out by Darren Bent but Yakubu, signed as a free agent during the January transfer window, netted the winner.
Ten-man Stoke were shocked at Ewood Park as they were ripped apart by hat-trick hero Josh KingRead the full story ›
Reinvigorated striker Brown Ideye inspired West Brom to a romp against West Ham as the Baggies reached the quarter-finals in styleRead the full story ›
West Bromwich Albion thumped abject West Ham 4-0 at the Hawthorns to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Club record signing Brown Ideye scored twice, with James Morrison and Saido Berahino also on the scoresheet, as Tony Pulis's side hit top gear.
Sam Allardyce's Hammers endured a rare off day, with Morgan Amalfitano sent off in the second half for raising his hands at Chris Brunt.