Live coverage as the draw is made for the fourth round of the FA Cup. At this stage last season League One Peterborough were handed a trip to Premier League West Brom.
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Shoots, he scores. Scores! What seems here. They have done it again.
What a goal. Rooney! Equals the all-time goal-scoring record of Sir
Bobby Charlton. He scores against Cardiff City again.
Giroud has broken the hearts of Preston North End. Portsmouth have
held the mighty Liverpool at Anfield. Hello and welcome to Sutton
United, home of the lowest ranked side still left in the FA Cup. 31 of
the 32 ties have been played. We have Cambridge United against Leeds
to come this evening. Tonight we have players and staff from Sutton
United and representatives from AFC Wimbledon, who were their opponents
on Saturday. And also from Plymouth Argyle who had the draw at Liverpool
on Sunday afternoon. Let's not forget non-league Lincoln, they will
be in the hat for the fourth round after their thrilling 2-2 draw at
Ipswich. Lincoln arrived. This is the noise that they take to the FA
Cup stage. Robinson has made it 2-1 to Lincoln
City. Scored! The referee blasts on his whistle. That was magnificent
from Lincoln City. Two famous giant killers, horrible weather and the
controversial pitch. Lovely cup tie. Should have been in. Can this be
their moments, Sutton United. Why it goes! Good save, best of the game.
It goes to a replay. Goalless here. We have for Sutton United players.
Johns, Craig Nicky Bailey. When these five gentlemen arrived,
because comedian Tim Vine is here, he got the biggest cheer rather than
the players. They have seen me play football. You have your one and only
night of panto to come here? That's right. Oh yes I have! Oh no you
haven't. Supposed to be a night. Without rehearsal as well. Shall I
move on? This is the way I would like to spend the day off, come here
to Sutton United, be surrounded by these people. Oh no you wouldn't.
Let's talk to Lewis and Craig first of all. It was a special atmosphere
here on Saturday? Yes, the atmosphere was unbelievable. It was
the most fans I have seen since I have been here. It was noise the
whole game. It was a big moment for the club. It was tight all game? It
was very tight. We wanted to win, we had a few chances. But are we go
into the next game and we will have to finish our chances. You will feel
you have a chance in the next game because of the ones you created
here? We always create chances, we just have to take them next time.
Eric Samuelson, chief executive of AFC Wimbledon. It was a special day.
Given AFC Wimbledon's first ever game was here against Sutton in a
friendly? It was, 14 and a half years ago. They are good friends, it
is a good team and we have a terrific relationship. They gave us
a really hard game on Saturday and we were pleased to get through it at
the end. It was tough? , they had built a team used to playing on the
pitch and I would not knock artificial services. They are very
good, but we struggled on it a bit. We were grateful to get them back
onto our pitch and hopefully we can get through next time. The fourth
round draw is on shortly. First, let's take a look at some of the EFL
clubs who have pushed Premier League clubs all the way. Here comes the
delivery. Plays in Morrison. Onside. Low cross coming in. 2-0. David
Worrall plays it forward. Into the box. Shoots, he scores.
Shooting chance! What a great strike by Philips. Goes for and equalises.
Left footed and it is in. Derby are 2-1 up. It is officially the
youngest ever line-up in the club's history. Wood burnt. Daniel
Sturridge. Just beyond the post. Daniel Sturridge with the ball in.
Delivery comes towards Daniel Sturridge. It was almost an own
goal. It is an incredible result in Cup history. We can talk to the
Plymouth Argyle chief executive, who joins us now. Thanks for being here.
You have put in the miles over the last 24 hours? Yes, back and forth
to Liverpool them back here. We are used to it in Plymouth, we are
always travelling. Worth it? It was a fantastic atmosphere at Anfield
yesterday, 8500 took over the end at Anfield Road and they made a huge
amount of noise and encourage the players all the way. One of the
special things about the cup, the away fans get a bigger allocation so
it allows you to get a proper atmosphere? Definitely, Liverpool
were very good, they gave us a few hundred more than the 15% they were
obliged to do. Our fans made a real weekend of it. It was fantastic to
be there. Now you get the added bonus of bringing them back to
yours. You get the money spinning away tie and you get the chance to
knock them out at home? It is a little bit of a hurdle Axel but we
are confident. I did predict a goalless draw at Anfield, but I
think we have every chance. Derek Adams set out the team very well at
Anfield. The players executed the game plan perfectly and made it
difficult for what it was, very good Liverpool side even though they were
understrength. One of the most impressive things he has done the
this season is make sure heads didn't go down after the failure to
get up from League 2 through the play-offs last season? Yes, everyone
knows about the depression that can set in after a play-off final
defeat. Eric Samuelson is here, and I hope I don't get them in the next
round if we both get through. But we have bought a few players and Derek
and his coaching staff are very positive people and that has helped
tremendously. The atmosphere implement this morning? Very quiet,
a lot of them were getting over the celebrations, to be honest with you.
I don't blame them. Martin, thank you. You will find out who you get
in the draw. Here it is, from the BT Tower.
Wembley is where the FA Cup journey ends. From the 736 teams who entered
the competition in August, dreaming of that, just 42 remain and are in
the draw at the Emirates FA Cup fourth round including two
non-league sides. Very good luck to the players of Lincoln and Sutton, I
am sure you are watching with interest. 627 feet above the capital
at the top of another national landmark, the iconic BT Tower, where
we will discover who plays who from Chelsea to Sutton United, 105 places
between them. Thanks for joining us. Where ever you are in the world
watching this, best of luck with the draw this evening. It is always a
special evening. You cannot do this sort of thing on your own, so I have
brought some friends. Good evening everyone. Good evening. You could be
playing each other in the next round. They have already had a row.
The spirit of the FA Cup is alive and well. I have a couple of men who
know what it is like to do well in this competition. Michael Allen and
Martin Keown. We have all scored the winning goal of an FA Cup final in
our back garden, but you have done it, Michael? If I could do it again,
this would be it. It was an amazing day to come back from the dead and
score a couple of goals, it is the stuff of dreams. Your mum is here as
well and she said it was her greatest day as well. Where was the
defending, Martin? I had gone up for a corner. Tony Adams, Lee Dixon,
ageing defenders, he was unstoppable on the day. Nice to see blaming your
team-mates. Not all been bad for you, that was heartbreaking, but you
have won it three times. It is the FA Cup that inspired you to get into
football? No doubt, in 1924I dream about playing in the FA Cup final. I
was lucky enough to do it. Great days, great memories and the FA Cup,
I was very lucky to have won it three times. Great to see both here.
We were covering Liverpool against Plymouth yesterday and Juergen Klopp
said he will play the kids again the replay. Plymouth will not make it
easy! They didn't make it easy at Anfield, I still fancy Liverpool,
but it is a great result for Plymouth and this is what the FA Cup
is all about. Smaller clubs playing against the big boys and taking so
many fans away and getting their just rewards. Arsenal through
against Preston, but it wasn't easy. What is wrong with Arsenal at the
moment? Premier League away record is what it should be. But you cannot
dispute something's record in this competition. They could be strong
favourites. No pressure, make sure you give a decent draw to the two
non-league sides left in the competition. All eyes are new two
and all eyes are on these numbers. Let's you a key number. Number one
is non-league Lincoln or Ipswich Town. Manchester United are numbered
three. Eyes will be on number 17 and number 23. AFC Wimbledon or Sutton.
Here we go, time for the draw of the fourth round of the FA Cup. Make
sure every single ball goes out of the bag and into that part. I will
try. -- Potter. Michael, home teams to you, away teams for Martin. Let's
begin the draw. Number 26. Tottenham Hotspur, who
haven't reached the final since they won it since 1991. They play Wycombe
Wanderers, number 18. Decent draw. Big Day out for the Wycombe
Wanderers fans. Number 15. Derby County, lost just one of their last
12 matches in all competitions against... Number 16. Leicester
City, the Premier League champions, short hop across to Derby. Number
32. Oxford United have reached the fourth round for consecutive seasons
and they are at home to... Number 12. Newcastle United or Birmingham.
Number 30. Number 30. AFC Wimbledon or Sutton United, who
will go to a replay. Sutton, the lowest division side will play...
Cambridge united or Leeds United. In play this evening.
Number 17, Plymouth or Liverpool will get a home draw against number
22. Wolverhampton Wanderers, who progressed past the first round for
the first time since 2011. Number 29. That's Southampton or
Norwich City, who went to a replay. Number 20. And they play Arsenal,
who have not lost in the fourth round since 2010. Arsenal, away from
home, on the coast or out east at Norwich. Number one. Lincoln or
Ipswich, after that thrilling draw. Who do they get? Number nine.
Brighton and Hove Albion will be the reward after their replay.
Number 13. Number 13 is Chelsea, who have
reached the fourth round for 19 consecutive seasons. Number 27. 27,
Brentford, who have reached the fourth round for the second time and
that is a tough draw. A London Derby there. Number three.
Manchester United at home again in the fourth round of the cup. Number
11. They play Wigan athletic, who won at
home for the first time since September at the weekend.
Number seven. Is Millwall. Great result for them at the
weekend. They reach the semifinal. They are at home to... Number 19.
Watford, who reached the semifinal last season. Millwall up against
Watford. Number two.
Rochdale. Number 25. And their reward is 25 - Huddersfield Town,
unbeat no-one the last eight matches in all competitions.
Number five. Burnley or Sunderland. They are on the replay against...
Number 24. Another replay - Fleetwood Town or Bristol City.
Number six. Blackburn Rovers. You have come out. Here we go. Who have
you got in the next round? Number Ten.
Blackburn play, Barnsley or black poosmt he's nodding his head. He's
happy with that. Our Blackburn fan is happy with that.
Number 21. Fulham and victory against Cardiff.
Number four. Fulham will play Hull, who won against Swansea and needed
that win at the weekend. Manchester City, of course, still remain, they
are dwrot be drawn. Number 14 -- are dwrot be drawn. Number 14. Middles
burger. They are at home to... Number 31. Accrington Stanley.
Manchester City, home or away, let's find out. 28.
Crystal Palace or Bolton, who draw against... Number eight. Which is
Manchester City. So there you go. Pep's team are the last to be drawn.
Gentlemen, thank you very much. Think are you are happy with that.
They are nodding their heads. Thank you very much. Thank you for your
hard work. It can either all go wrong, but it went perfectly well
this evening. The weekend of the 27th to 30th January. There you go,
the draw for the round done and dusted. Whoever you draw, enjoy the
match and thank you very much. Liverpool or Plymouth will host
Wolves. Arsenal to Norwich or Southampton. Southampton knocked
them out of the Cup. There's a local game between Chelsea
and Brentford. Wigan will go to Manchester United.
He was the reserve team manager, and Millwall, after knocking out
Bournemouth, get another Premier League side in Watford.
Rochdale, host championship side Huddersfield.
Let's talk Plymouth first, with Martin. So it will be Wolves at
home. When we have beaten Liverpool, you mean? Yeah. I think that is a
task we've got on our hands. Anything can happen in the FA Cup,
as you have seen. We are happy to have a home draw. Wolves are bound
to bring a big following. Hopefully we'll get that far. It will be a
great occasion again. I will get the Sutton view in just a moment, but
from an AFC Wimbledon point of view, Cambridge or leads coming to you? We
need to beat Sutton first. That is far from a given. Any home draw is
great. We prefer Leeds. OK. Cambridge and Leeds is the final
game tonight. There is a round of the goal competition on the BBC
Sport website. Here are the contenders so far. There could be
more going in tonight. Then you can vote from tomorrow.
A long-range effort and into the far corner of the net and Accrington
take the lead, with one minute gone. ... To the corner of the box. Sees
Costa free on the right. Floats the ball over to him. Costa looking for
a delivery. Shoots and scores. Costa. 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers,
just inside the half an hour. Brentford get it away on the break
away. Can they make it three? The
unselfish thing and it is curled in. And Brentford make it 3-0.
Oh, it is the perfect start for Arsenal with Ramsey. What a
fantastic strike from Aaron Ramsey. Through the middle Sinclair. He
makes it two. Terrific run and finish from Jerome
Sinclair, who surely sends Watford into round four.
Lovely ball by Billing. Released Payne. Payne shoots. Drilled in from
the far post. And 2-0! Wolves could be going to a
fourth round. A wonderful free kick.
Plays it back. That is the pick of the bunch.
Brentford have scored again. It looks like it might be Leadbitter
to take it. It is. He finds the far corner.
Finds Beck, 25 yards. Goes for goal. Equalisers. Darren Bent from range,
in front of those 5,350 Derby fans. Sends them into applause.
Let's get reaction to the Sutton draw, take on Cambridge or leads at
home. The assistant manager is here along side me. Happy? A lot of
football to be played before that one. Very entertaining tie between
ourselves and Wimbledon. I think the manager will be sitting at home,
unwell as he is, thinking, at the end of it is a home tie, so we will
take that. You would take that, wouldn't you? If you get the same
atmosphere as on Saturday, if you get through. Not going to lie. It is
not the draw we probably were looking for. But if we get through
Wimbledon, then we'll fancy beating anyone down here. All your fellow
Sutton fans were chanting easy, easy, easy. Sorry to betray
confidence... And Bruce may pick me up. In 1970 Billy Bremner's leads
beat us. We came here for revenge. It is time!
Do you know what annoys me about that, they told me that in my ear. I
could sound smart and you ruined it. I am even more annoyed because I was
going to tell you that as well. I am rather like Eric. We have a tough
game in the replay, but I am with him. For nostalgia reasons, if
anything else, obviously that would be wonderful. If we can get past AFC
Wimbledon and we are an excellent team on grass, so there's hopefully
Leeds at the end of it and that would be a real rematch. The cliche
is you cannot think about that until the replay is played. Of course you
can't think about the game until obviously we play AFC Wimbledon. I
feel we will go to their ground and the players what we got, we have a
good chance of winning. We had quite a few chances of winning here. We
didn't convert them. Hopefully we will go there and convert our
chances. Saturday was everything you wanted of it? Saturday is one of
those days that I am sure everybody here will remember forever. One of
those where you will look back and say, well I was there. I witnessed
it. I wasn't there, Bruce! No! That is one of the reasons why
it was Sutton. That is one of the reasons why it
was such a good day because Tim wasn't here. Yes, it was a fabulous
day. I think it all went well. The arrangements went well. Other than
perhaps taking one of our chances, that would have made it the perfect
day. But it was a fabulous day. Bruce, thank you for your
hospitality, as always. Let me take you through the football coming your
way across the BBC. From here, in Sutton, thank you very
much to everybody who has been here. The fourth round tie, last weekend
in January. Good night.
Live coverage as the draw is made for the fourth round of the FA Cup. At this stage last season League One Peterborough were handed a trip to Premier League West Brom, where they forced a replay before succumbing on penalties.