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Fourth-Round Highlights - Sunday

Highlights from Sunday's fixtures in the FA Cup fourth round, featuring Chelsea v Newcastle and Cardiff City v Manchester City.


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They have booked their place in the

fifth round.

No banana skin for this

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team.

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Plenty of FA Cup dreams still alive

and today brought the final two

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matches of fourth round.

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In South Wales, Championship side

Cardiff City were hoping to spring

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a huge upset when they took

on Pep Guardiola's Manchester City -

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who already have a Wembley date

booked in the EFL Cup final.

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And in West London,

it was an all Premier League affair

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as Chelsea took on Newcastle,

managed by former Blues

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boss Rafa Benitez.

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We'll bring you highlights

from Stamford Bridge a little later,

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but let's start with the action

here at the Cardiff City Stadium,

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where your commentators

were Mark Lawrenson and Guy Mowbray.

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Cardiff have Neil Etheridge in goal

as per usual. Injury for the

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experienced Sol Bamba made a switch

to a back four and there is width

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from Junior Hoilett and Nathaniel

Mendez-Laing supporting Denmark's

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Kenneth Zohore. The Premier League

leaders have Claudio Bravo, the

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domestic cup keep it this season,

Vincent Kompany in the latest of his

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many comebacks. And in front of

Fernandinho it is five who will all

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go forward. They have 44 goals

between them this season. Throughout

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this Cardiff team, you look at the

names on the squad list from no

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disrespect, they are third in the

Championship and you realise what a

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job Neil Warnock is doing.

He seems

to like ugly ducklings.

Nicely

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collected by Gundogan. Smartly saved

by Neil Etheridge. Gundogan again.

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Down under the challenge of Joe

Ralls and it will be a Manchester

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City free kick on the edge of the

box.

It was a poor tackle. He kicked

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the Cardiff player's foot as much as

anything.

When a player has had a

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serious injury like those suffered

by Gundogan, it is no surprise that

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he takes things very carefully.

What

a fantastic position this is.

And

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what a fantastic player to have

available in Kevin De Bruyne. A few

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bodies to get it through and he has

done! How clever was that! Trillion

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cleat thought out. Kevin De Bruyne

scores for Manchester City in the

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eighth minute -- brilliantly thought

out. Nobody in the Cardiff City wall

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or the goal or the stadium was

expecting him to do that.

No, and I

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would have thought that before the

game the Manchester City players

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would have had information about the

Cardiff war, that they all jumped

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together and he has taken it on

board and it is so clever, it looks

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so simple -- Cardiff wall.

They

don't always up to bend into the top

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corner. Neil Warnock's team will

have to come onto Manchester City a

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bit more now.

Not straightaway, you

don't want to go two down.

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Something, distance and did that

cross the line? Cardiff City fans

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thought it had, the assistant

referee was not exactly on the line,

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Simon Long kept his flag down.

I

don't think it crossed.

It was

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fortunate.

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Look at this on the right,

Manchester City have an overload,

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Bernardo Silva. And his shot is not

going to count. The flag is up.

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Manchester City celebrations will be

cut short here.

Interesting to see

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what it is for.

Pep Guardiola is

absolutely apoplectic. Bernardo

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Silva with a free run to the edge of

the box and he shoots and was Leroy

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Sane offside?

No.

He is ruled to

have been off and upset Neil

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Etheridge in his attempts to save it

pulls up you could maybe see that

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but it is a big maybe. I don't think

he was offside anyway.

Absolutely

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not.

We don't have VAR today.

The

date you want it, we don't have it!

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Quelle surprise!

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Bernardo Silva, the great ball in at

it is 2-0. Raheem Sterling has

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headed it in. What a cross from

Silva onto the head of the smallest

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player on the field.

They make it

look so simple. It is a footballing

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lesson. No disrespect to Cardiff but

teams have struggled to cope with

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this. A quick look, in it goes,

thank you. Isn't football supposed

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to be simple?

Manchester City are

making it look that way and Raheem

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Sterling and a run of four games

without a goal with his 19th of the

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season. He does not score many that

way but rarely does he get that sort

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of freedom in the penalty area.

Bluebirds 0- 2 Blue Moons.

You could

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see how quick Sterling was getting

the ball back when he gave it away.

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Let's see if the throw in from

Callum Paterson can bring some

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reward. They managed to clear and

now Sane could run past them all if

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he wanted and doing that! He has

been taken out just as he was about

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to get into the box by Joe Bennett.

Yellow card for Joe Bennett. Has he

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just saved a goal. It was the most

cynical of challenges and I tell you

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what, that is a read.

It is, looking

at it now.

-- that is a red. De

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Bruyne was caught by Grujic and the

free kick has taken quickly and

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Sterling will be Neil Etheridge to

it but he was beaten in the end by a

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great challenge. Sean Morrison

stopped Sterling from making it

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three and completely killing the

tie.

In fairness to the goalkeeper,

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he did well because he made Sterling

have a touch which gave Morrison the

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chance to pinch it away from him.

It

just ran a bit too far away from him

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which allowed Morris and the chance

and he took it well. Strange to see

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him as the calmer of the two men in

the technical areas! This is Kenneth

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Zohore and he went for it. He did

not have any alternative but to go

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for it when he did.

His touch was

not great, he flicked it up and had

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to wait for it to drop. In the end

Otamendi did enough.

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This is Hoilett and he has gone for

it! What an effort! Tremendous drive

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from Junior Hoilett. So close.

A lot

of ambition about it as well. We are

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stored right behind it and for a

split second I was thinking goal and

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so was Bravo.

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There was a groan as Mendez-Laing

lost possession. What a ball that is

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and Sterling denied by Etheridge.

Read it to Morrison as well.

What an

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absolutely fantastic pass it is, the

vision is marvellous.

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De Bruyne. That is through to

Bernardo Silva and here they come.

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Bernardo Silva! Straight at Neil

Etheridge.

Just a little bit too

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easy for him, the gap opened and he

needed to curl it around the

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goalkeeper, it was too close to him.

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Sterling. Gundogan. Through to

Danilo and a good saved by Etheridge

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and it was booted away in the end by

Jazz Richards.

It was a lovely

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little pass into the path Danilo.

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I think Neil Warnock will be happy

with what he has seen from his team

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in the second half for sure, they

have been disciplined and they have

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not been brushed aside and they have

created one or two openings for

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themselves as well. Joe Bennett is

going to go. It is a dreadful tackle

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in the first of which he might have

gone for and the second yellow is

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inevitable. Joe Bennett is finally

going to be sent off.

The kid had

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just come on as well.

He is quite

fortunate that he has played the

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second half at all.

He is. People

would say it is just as but it isn't

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common should have been gone.

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How difficult it is to come in the

Championship, what they do they do

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really well. We have played a lot of

games in our lives and a lot of

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competitions and no rest and still

fighting every game, so proud.

I

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thought we did very well, pleased

with one or two aspects. We are back

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where we were before Christmas now.

The quality just showed through,

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didn't it? The free kick like that.

They tell us before the game, we

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know all the details. It was a

guess, I think the walk was not on

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nine metres for me and they were

very close so it was easier to put

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it under than over.

You were unhappy

with the referee following a tackle

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on Leroy Sane.

I have to protect the

players. I don't understand the goal

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we did not concede but it is OK, we

can accept that but they had to

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protect the players.

Pep felt it

might have wanted more than a

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yellow, how did you see it?

I would

not complain, he honestly doesn't

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want to go to lead next week! He

will be training morning, afternoon

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and night next week, make no

mistake.

Mark has come down to join

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me and Nathan Blake, a hero in this

fixed it when these teams met in the

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FA Cup in 1994. It was not to be in

the end, none of the magic of Ninian

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Park.

It was pretty straightforward

for Manchester City. Cardiff got

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caught between two stools, they went

man for man but it did not work out.

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And the midfield, players like Joe

Ralls and that did not want to push

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on and they did feel confident

because ultimately that is what Man

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City wanted to do. They are

fantastic at just popping it around,

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their movement and rotation is

unbelievable. A difficult night for

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Cardiff.

I think the neutral was

hoping for a goal for the home team

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to make it interesting but it is an

early strike that at the mooted

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atmosphere here. What a free kick

from Kevin De Bruyne.

He admitted

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afterwards, they had that

information that the Cardiff wall

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would jump but the problem, when

you're coming up to take it, do you

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have the cahones to pass it into the

net which happened. In fairness to

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Cardiff, they will never play

against teams like that. They did

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not really plate with a striker as

well in the first half, Manchester

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City, and it is so difficult. And if

you go man for man, whatever you do,

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they always have a player free. Some

of the football in the first half

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from them was sublime.

There was a

moment of confusion when City

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thought they had got their second

goal from Bernardo Silva, it looked

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like a matter of inches in it.

I

would be very disappointed if that

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was disallowed for me. I would have

been chasing the referee!

You would

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not have caught him but you would be

chasing him!

I think the strike was

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fantastic. They say there was

interference but I don't think the

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keeper would have saved it had

anyone been nowhere near him. By the

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letter of the law it was offside but

very harsh for me and I would be

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devastated.

It did play a part in

the second, a collectors item for

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Raheem Sterling on his first headed

goal in two years.

The move was so

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long anyway and it involved Sterling

and it came to De Bruyne. The great

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thing from the ball from Silva,

first time, did not even look, he

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knew where to stick it. You might

ask where was Morrison and manga but

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Sterling made the run and did well

with the header because it was a bit

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awkward but he headed it down. The

class and the time and the

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finishing, everything about it was

brilliant.

Unfortunately for Cardiff

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Bay ended with ten men, Joe Bennett

given his marching orders. Pep

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Guardiola said to me that he felt

players need more protection in

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England because he thought there

were a couple of challenges that

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went unpunished.

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I felt Bennett's first tackle...

On

Leroy Sane.

It was a shocker. From a

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player's perspective you don't want

to see that, the ankle going the

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wrong way. It's sickening, a player

of that quality, you can end

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someone's career, it's as simple as

that. I know he was trying to stop

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the play, slow him down, but so

dangerous. In the end the second

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challenge was pretty poor as well,

so fair play.

I have to say once we

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saw it live myself and Guy Mowbray

who was commentating, you couldn't

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actually tell out first. We had to

have another look. Fortunately for

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the referee he had the same kind of

view, but it was an horrendous

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tackle.

There were a few today.

There are Championship team, it's

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like that every single week. I know

it's difficult for the Premier

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League teams and audio lad, he wants

to protect its players, but that is

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the norm. -- and Pep Guardiola, he

was to protect his players. But it's

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the norm.

You want to win every

challenge and you will miss time of

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view, let's be fair, some of their

players, all of their players, their

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mind is quicker than most other

players, so they are ahead, whether

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its pace, or pace in the mind, they

are one step ahead, so it's always

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difficult.

On the plus side for

Cardiff Bay can take positives from

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the second half particularly and

continues this game on game

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improvement since that horrid

December.

Yeah, it was a shocking

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December. I don't think anyone has

seen it coming but they've picked

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since. The game today, had Neil

Warnock have the option, he would

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have changed 11 players today but

it's the magnitude of it, you are

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playing one of Europe's best teams,

you want to show what you have got,

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David and Goliath situation, but he

was forcing that situation, the

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history of the game, everything, it

was fantastic.

Can City win all four

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trophies?

No.

.

There was an all

Premier League affair between

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Chelsea and Newcastle. Your

commentator, Steve Wilson.

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Chelsea and Newcastle. Your

commentator, Steve Wilson.

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The FA Cup is now Chelsea's best

route to a trophy, and it seems to

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be Antonio Conte's last season in

charge at Stamford Bridge. He makes

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four changes to the team that played

Arsenal. Moses drops to the bench.

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Income Cahill, Zappacosta,

Drinkwater and Batshuayi. Newcastle

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signed Kenedy on loan from Chelsea

this week but the Brazilian is not

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ineligible today. -- he's ineligible

today. Haidara, Ritchie and Gayle

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replacing Dummett, Murphy, Atsu and

Joselu. Kevin Friend blows his

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whistle and its Chelsea in blue,

with the White Sox, who gets this FA

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Cup fourth-round tie under way. This

is the tenth time these two clubs

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have been drawn together in the FA

Cup. Six wins, Chelsea three -- six

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wins for Chelsea, three for

Newcastle.

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Newcastle. Haidara looking to see if

he can get past Zappacosta. He did

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well. Shelvey. Needed saving.

Caballero down quickly to the post.

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Shelvey had to improvise a little

bit, not easy at hip height.

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Caballero was not going to take the

risk. Here's Pedro. It's a much

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better ball. Here's Hazard,

Batshuayi Michy Batshuayi, 1-0.

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Well, it's all about the quality of

the pass, which started the move,

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from Pedro to Hazard. It's a

majestic ball. Batshuayi finding

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himself in the right place at the

right time to finish it. What a

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brilliant pass this is. A little

touch on there from Marcos Alonso to

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Michy Batshuayi, who simply couldn't

miss. And Chelsea have taken the

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lead.

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lead. Rudiger. Urged to shoot. It's

a great effort, it's not far wide.

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Well, he responded to the urgent

demand of the Stamford Bridge crowd

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that he had a go and he meant it

beautifully with his left foot.

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That's a really good effort -- he

bent it beautifully with his left

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foot. Pedro's tome took it to

Batshuayi. Pedro now to Eden Hazard.

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Batshuayi is in a good position.

Hazard picked him out as you would

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expect. That's a really good block

until it bounces into the back of

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the net. Lascelles made the block,

but it ballooned up into the corner

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of the Newcastle net and Chelsea

lead by two. You knew Eden Hazard

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would find Batshuayi with a perfect

pass, which is what happened. Huge

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deflection, which completely

wrong-footed Darlow, and for me that

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shot is on target and it will be I

think Batshuayi goal, his second of

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the game. Its Chelsea two, Newcastle

nil.

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nil. Shelvey, well hit, good save

Caballero. Shelvey thought that had

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a real chance of reaching the corner

when he hit it. Deflection on that,

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makes it a very good. Newcastle's

second corner of the game coming

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almost in the last few seconds of

stoppage time. The goal now might

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just give them a foothold. In it

goes, out by Batshuayi, helped on by

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Kante, only as far as Henri Saivet.

That travelled a mighty long way and

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Caballero that a shovel at around

the post. Mbemba frustrated. A bit

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of a comedy of errors. Mbemba

stabbed it goalwards, deflected, and

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excellent reactions from Cavaleiro,

Chelsea's 36-year-old stand-in

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keeper. -- Caballero.

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keeper. -- Caballero. Rudi Garcia,

only to Pedro. -- Rudy Gestede, only

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to Pedro. Pedro deserves a gold,

he's been one of the brighter sparks

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on show today.

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Here's Zappacosta. N'Golo Kante,

Zappacosta. Marcos Alonso. Oh, good

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save. Alonso has such great

technique. It's a magnificent

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volley. The deflection off

Manquillo.

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Well cut out. It was a lovely ball

by Ritchie, really well cut out by

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Christians. Batshuayi finding Eden

Hazard. That must have been tight.

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Good vision from Batshuayi here. I

think it's inside his own half. I

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don't think that's correct at all.

Pedro, turning away from Mbemba.

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Here's Zappacosta. Rudy Gestede has

made a run ahead of him. -- Rudiger

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has made a run ahead of him. A

fairly industrial challenge by Henri

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Saivet, and it's a Chelsea free

kick. Alonso is looking favourite at

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the moment. It's Alonso. It's 3-0.

He's so good at that. Marcos Alonso

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strokes in his seventh goal of the

season and secures Chelsea a place

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in the fifth round of the FA Cup in

the process. Well, Darlow might

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reflect that he was a pace too far

to the right, because it wasn't

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really in the corner. But Darlow

couldn't reach it and Marcos Alonso

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makes it three.

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makes it three. And to great

applause Eden Hazard makes way. And

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a home debut for Ross Barkley.

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Good save. Karl Darlow, decent

effort from Zappacosta, decent save

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as well by Darlow. Hudson-Odoi,

moving into two minutes of added

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time. Michy Batshuayi, got the first

and second. Good turn, stayed on his

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feet and is denied by Darlow again.

Good goalkeeping by the Newcastle

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stopper. It's a really good turn.

Good save as well.

In

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stopper. It's a really good turn.

Good save as well.

In the first-half

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I saw a game in balance and then in

the

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the second half, in the end we

decided to win. -- we deserved to

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win.

We did well in the first half,

we had some chances, put them under

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pressure. We were controlling and

were on top of them. We made a

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mistake and counterattack and after

the second goal we were unlucky and

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it's a big difference when you play

against Chelsea at home cover 2-0

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down. It's even more difficult. You

have to be more open, you leave more

0:26:120:26:17

spaces. But I was pleased with the

performance of the team in the first

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half and obviously disappointed

because we lost the game, but now we

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have to concentrate on the league.

Remember watching Gianfranco Zola

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train for practising free kicks,

again and again and again. Is that

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the kind of thing you do?

Yeah, of

course, that's the key for

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everything, training to play well,

training to put the free kicks in

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and that's the way we have to keep

going.

People will say that you

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can't catch Manchester City and that

you probably won't beat Barcelona,

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so therefore the FA Cup becomes more

important. But I'm sure that you say

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it's not true.

Yeah, Barcelona is

already in the next round but there

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is two games and we want

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is two games and we want to try to

go to the next round. It's not

0:27:090:27:12

important, we have to play against

Barcelona.

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Barcelona. We will play two

fantastic games, that's the FA Cup

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competition and it won't be easy to

win but we want to try to do our

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best.

It's the seven time FA Cup

winners Chelsea who are through to

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the fifth round of this year's

competition. Lauro, you had a beady

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eye on this one. If ever there was a

contest that went down as a routine

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win, that was it, wasn't it?

We see

the Championship team here today in

0:27:430:27:48

Cardiff and I have to say for a long

time today Newcastle looked like a

0:27:480:27:51

Championship team. We know

0:27:510:27:57

Championship team. We know they are

short of a striker, and short of a

0:27:580:28:01

striker you are lacking goals, but

honestly, defensively there was no

0:28:010:28:03

pressure on any of the Chelsea

players, certainly the first couple

0:28:030:28:05

of goals. It was far too easy for

Chelsea. Chelsea, if you look at it

0:28:050:28:08

as a supporter you would say at the

routine win, but it said more about

0:28:080:28:12

Newcastle than Chelsea.

Despite the

white noise around Stamford Bridge

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and Antonio Conte, Batshuayi was

given the nod to lead the line

0:28:160:28:19

today. Two goals for him. You have

to give him credit despite this talk

0:28:190:28:23

of getting another striker to give

Chelsea a plan B, Nathan?

It's

0:28:230:28:28

difficult in that situation. His

movement has been questioned. He

0:28:280:28:31

does well when he plays, when he

gets the opportunity, he does score

0:28:310:28:35

goals. Yes, they want a bit more

from a striker, but he does and it's

0:28:350:28:42

difficult when there's so many

people against you and writing stuff

0:28:420:28:44

about you, so I was pleased to see

him get two goals today.

Did he give

0:28:440:28:49

his manager something to think about

today?

I don't think his manager

0:28:490:28:53

rates him, but he's scored a couple

of goals and it's one of those where

0:28:530:28:57

he will go to pastures new, but all

he can do is come in and play and

0:28:570:29:02

score the goals. He cannot do

anything else. It also I think he

0:29:020:29:05

knows as well deep down that he's

not the manager's favourite player.

0:29:050:29:09

He's not going to play on a regular

basis.

Talking of an uncertain

0:29:090:29:14

future, Antonio Conte is clearly up

in the air despite having another

0:29:140:29:17

season after this one. What do you

think, Nathan? Luis Enrique is the

0:29:170:29:22

main -- latest name to be touted for

his position at Stamford Bridge. It

0:29:220:29:26

seems week by week it is almost

certainly won't be here.

The rumour

0:29:260:29:31

gets stronger, it's an interesting

one and it seems to be some sort of

0:29:310:29:34

power struggle. I don't really

understand it because it's fantastic

0:29:340:29:39

club and really all you have to do

is manage the players. There's so

0:29:390:29:42

much else set in place, they've got

a fantastic youth structure, under

0:29:420:29:47

23 structure, some of the best in

Europe, so I think most people would

0:29:470:29:51

agree if you have that job at the

helm, life should be pretty easy.

I

0:29:510:29:57

think what's interesting, under

Abramovich every time they win the

0:29:570:30:00

league, Chelsea, they don't click on

again and I don't understand the

0:30:000:30:04

logic of that. They've got a good

manager, a good side, you've got to

0:30:040:30:09

improve your team from a position of

strength. If you are to have any

0:30:090:30:12

chance of winning the league,

because to win it consecutively is

0:30:120:30:15

very, very difficult, the Premier

League.

The fans will want

0:30:150:30:19

silverware and the FA Cup is

becoming increasingly important. Is

0:30:190:30:23

it the one realistic trophy for them

in this campaign?

Absolutely, in

0:30:230:30:27

terms of the Champions League that's

going to be tough for them but at

0:30:270:30:31

the FA Cup, 12-macro of the other

big sides have gone out, Liverpool

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and Arsenal so they probably think

they have a chance. -- warlord two

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of the other big sides have gone

out.

They are strong defensively,

0:30:400:30:44

they've got some special players,

Pedro, Hazard, Willian, they can do

0:30:440:30:51

something special. They play and

counterattack mode if you like. They

0:30:510:30:55

have the right tools to win, whether

they will not I don't know but

0:30:550:30:58

they've got it.

For Rafa at

Newcastle his eyes are on the bigger

0:30:580:31:07

prize, Burnley on Wednesday.

He will

not lose much sleep but it's a mess

0:31:070:31:11

and you wonder how they got

themselves in this position. It so

0:31:110:31:14

late in the day that are going to be

taking over, I wouldn't have thought

0:31:140:31:19

so, are they going to get more

players in, it doesn't look like

0:31:190:31:22

they particularly can. Is he still

going to stay or will he spit his

0:31:220:31:26

dummy out? They've actually got

themselves in a position now where

0:31:260:31:30

they looked like relegation fodder.

They've had such, such a bad run as

0:31:300:31:34

well.

Despite what they can do in

the remaining days of this transfer

0:31:340:31:37

window. No more signings is what

they are talking about.

They need

0:31:370:31:47

players, even in the first transfer

window he said they need more player

0:31:470:31:51

and nothing has happened.

It is

difficult to work out with

0:31:510:31:55

Newcastle, such a fantastic club and

huge support. Clubs like Arsenal and

0:31:550:32:00

Spurs are trying to get to where

they are and they have been there

0:32:000:32:03

for many years. I have never worked

it out because the fans are

0:32:030:32:06

fantastic. They need to start

winning and put owners in place that

0:32:060:32:12

are willing to build over the course

of five or ten years. It seems to be

0:32:120:32:18

a yo-yo situation also they had the

season in the Championship and have

0:32:180:32:25

come up, they know how difficult it

is.

The last thing you want to do is

0:32:250:32:29

put your club in a position to go

back down because it almost

0:32:290:32:32

impossible to come straight back up.

In terms of the Emirates FA Cup,

0:32:320:32:37

with 20 teams still left in the

competition, the fifth round draw

0:32:370:32:41

will take place tomorrow evening

live on The One Show at 7pm on BBC

0:32:410:32:46

One.

0:32:460:32:47

Gary will bring you the best

of the action on Wednesday night.

0:32:470:32:50

There's a full programme of

Premier League matches in midweek.

0:32:500:32:53

And on Friday afternoon there's live

coverage from Marbella

0:32:530:32:55

as Great Britain's Davis Cup tie

against Spain gets under way.

0:32:550:32:57

Aussie Open star Kyle Edmund amongst

those on the GB team.

0:32:570:33:00

And should you fancy your own shot

at sporting glory...

0:33:000:33:03

Marussia Kaepernick macro teeth

against Cameron Diaz. The FA

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the FA People's Cup is open to all

shapes and sizes. To register your

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team visit the get inspired website.

0:33:230:33:25

That's about all for now

from here in Cardiff.

0:33:250:33:27

Our thanks to Nathan Blake

and Mark Lawrenson.

0:33:270:33:33

The two heavyweights are through,

not these two! Manchester City and

0:33:330:33:38

Chelsea are through to the fifth

round and as the stakes get higher,

0:33:380:33:41

I am off to get myself a cap.

Goodbye for now.

0:33:410:33:51

Highlights from Sunday's fixtures in the FA Cup fourth round, featuring Chelsea v Newcastle and Cardiff City v Manchester City.

At this stage last season, Leicester City needed a replay to beat Derby County, while Lincoln City beat Brighton & Hove Albion 3-1 to provide one of the biggest FA Cup shocks in recent years.