Harrogate Town are in FA Cup action today. Meanwhile, York City are away to Rochdale in League Two
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The Black Cats are hoping for a semi-final trip to Wembley - but first they have to overcome Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray has been looking forward to tomorrow night's FA Cup 5th round tie against Chelsea.
The game comes as a welcome distraction from Middlesbrough's Championship struggles.
They've dropped out of the promotion play-off places after a poor run of results since the turn of the year.
But Tony Mowbray hope a big cup tie might spark them back to life.
Middlesbrough's FA Cup Fifth Round clash with either Chelsea or Brentford will take place at the Riverside stadium of Wednesday 27 February, the Teesside club has confirmed.
The match was due to be played on Saturday 16 February. However, the two London clubs face a replay the following day after their 2-2 draw at Griffin Park last Sunday.
Boro's npower Championship game against Crystal Palace will now go ahead on February 16 as originally planned.
Inspirational youngster Cory Davidson, from Blyth, in Northumberland has helped a team of footballers to pull off one of the giant killing acts of the FA Cup.
Cory, who suffers from an aggressive brain tumour, was Luton Town's mascot as they took on premier league Norwich City
The non-league side pulled off the shock of the fourth round by beating the Canaries.
Many of the Luton players later tweeted how Cory's story had inspired them. Despite his own ill-health, he gives up his Christmas Day to deliver presents to youngsters in hospital and raises money for charity.
Middlesbrough host League Two side Aldershot Town in the FA Cup Fourth Round on Saturday.
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A competition is being held in Middlesbrough which allows the winner to take home the FA Cup trophy for the evening.
Children under 12 who visit the FA Cup Trophy Tour are being invited to enter when it comes to the town centre on Sunday. The winner will be chosen at random at 2pm.
The Riverside Stadium was touched by the magic of the FA Cup on Saturday. Watch the best of the action as Middlesbrough hosted Isthmian League side Hastings United in the Third Round.
Watch the action from Saturday's FA Cup Third Round match between Bolton Wanderers and Sunderland at the Reebok Stadium.
Martin O'Neill has praised his side after their FA Cup Third Round comeback against Championship side Bolton on Saturday.
The Black Cats found themselves 2-0 down just after half-time, but goals from Connor Wickham and Craig Gardner sealed a stunning fightback and ensured the tie goes to a replay.
Speaking after the match, O'Neill said: "It was a fantastic cup tie. It took some time to get going but the second-half was roared on by our crowd. It made a big, big difference. It kept us going throughout and we fought back magnificently.
"It was a fantastic comeback. Stirling comeback, and it's really what the FA Cup is all about."
The Third Round replay will take place on Tuesday 15 January at the Stadium of Light.
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Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says the club's current injury crisis is hampering his team's performances this season.
The Magpies - who have ten first-team players missing - are 15th in the Premier League table after losing their last three league games in a row. The club were also knocked out of the FA Cup by Championship side Brighton Saturday.
Speaking after the 2-0 defeat at the Amex stadium, Pardew said: "We just need to get our best players back, and quickly because of the Premier League. We need to sustain ourselves in that and make sure we're a Premier League team next year.
"Regardless of how big a club we are, we're in danger and we need to get our best players on the pitch.
"I'm afraid that team, if I'm honest, is a shadow of the team we can put out. So we need to work hard and try and get our bodies back."
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Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray said he was satisfied after his team's FA Cup Third Round victory over Hastings United on Saturday.
Boro beat the Isthmian League side 4-1 to reach the Fourth Round of the competition, and set up another home tie against League Two club Aldershot Town.
Speaking after the match, Mowbray said: "Ultimately satisfied because we're in the next round. There can be difficult ties, and it was a difficult tie at times.
"Ultimately we scored the goals and probably pleased for them, who scored a great goal in front of their supporters who've come a long way.
"It's a fairytale for them really. I think they've played seven games already to get here and it's nice to be able to sit here and congratulate them on their performance and their goal, and yet we got through.
"It was a bit patchy from us I think and yet we did enough."
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