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Sunderland could face Chelsea conquerers Bradford City: FA Cup 5th round

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Sunderland have drawn Bradford City for the fifth round of the FA Cup.

They are get to cement their place in the next stage of the competition having held Fulham to a 0-0 draw at home this weekend.

The Black Cats will now travel to Craven Cottage on February 3 to see who will face Bradford City, who produced a shock victory against Premier League leaders Chelsea to advance to the next round of the FA Cup.

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Sunderland to play Fulham in the FA Cup 4th Round

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Sunderland will play Fulham in the fourth round of the FA Cup, following the Cottager's victory over Wolves last night.

Heavy snow hit the Molineux during extra time, which ended 3-3, with goals from Cauley Woodrow, Ross McCormack, Dave Edwards and Rajiv van La Parra.

Hugo Rodallega's goal in the penalty shootout earned Fulham a 5-3 win on penalties against the Wanderers.

Fulham's Seko Fofana takes on the Wolverhampton Wanderers' defenders in the snow in last night's match Credit: PA

The game is on Saturday 24th January at 3pm.

Spartans boss proud despite cup exit

Blyth Spartans manager Tom Wade is proud of his team after their FA Cup Third Round exit at the hands of Birmingham City.

The Northumberland club, who play six divisions below Birmingham, led 2-0 at half-time at Croft Park after a brace from captain Robbie Dale. But the Championship side scored three goals in six second-half minutes to record a 3-2 win.

The defeat spells the end of another famous FA Cup run for Blyth. But the club's exploits caught the eye of many throughout the football world, including former FIFA World Player of the Year, Luis Figo. The ex-Real Madrid star began following Spartans on Twitter over the weekend.

Former World Players of the Year Luis Figo now follows Blyth Spartans on Twitter Credit: Twitter

Blyth Spirit: Spartans downed by Birmingham

Two goals in the first half had Blyth Spartans FC dreaming of an FA Cup upset, but Birmingham City came back strong in the second half to equalise then take the lead.

Part-time barman Robbie Dale scored both goals towards the end of the first half, to the delight of the horde of home fans in the 4,400 capacity stadium.

Lee Novak got Birmingham City on the scoreboard early in the second half before two goals from Wes Thomas sealed their place in the fourth round.

Full match report from ITV Sport. Blyth Spartans FC 2 - 3 Birmingham City

Blyth Spartans fans arrive for FA cup tie against Birmingham

Blyth Spartans fans arrive at Croft Park for FA Cup third round tie against Birmingham. Credit: Owen Humphreys/Press Association Images

Blyth Spartans fans have arrived at Croft Park dressed as Spartans in full support of their team as they face Birmingham City.

Some introduced themselves to the opposition's manager, Gary Rowett ahead of the FA cup third round tie, which kicks off at 3pm.

Fans dressed as Spartans ready to cheer on Blyth Spartans in FA cup third round tie. Credit: Owen Humphreys/Press Association Images
Blyth Spartans fans out to support team as they take on Birmingham at Croft Park. Credit: Owen Humphreys/Press Association Images
Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett meets Blyth Spartans fans ahead of the FA cup tie. Credit: Owen Humphreys/Press Association Images

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Gateshead FC prepare for FA cup third round

Non-league Gateshead FC take on Premier League side West Brom in the third round of the FA cup this afternoon.

The club has tweeted from the changing rooms and the pitch as players make their final preparations.

Gateshead MP Ian Mearns has also wished them luck.

York City out of the FA Cup

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AFC Wimbledon 3-1 York:

York City have been knocked out of the FA Cup by AFC Wimbledon in a first round replay.

AFC Wimbledon came from behind to book a place in the second round thanks to two late goals from striker Matt Tubbs.

York took a fifth-minute lead after a 30-yard volley from Wes Fletcher and held until Jack Smith found the equaliser for the Dons at 71 minutes.

Wimbledon, who had drawn 1-1 at York in the original tie, will travel to Wycombe Wanderers in round two of the FA Cup.

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