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  • WELCOME BACK! [tea]
    Good morning and welcome to our coverage of this FA Cup fourth round Saturday. We'll have all the action throughout the afternoon, starting with Liverpool's trip to the south coast for their lunchtime kick-off against Bournemouth. All the team news, tweets and pics to come ahead of that 12.45pm game.
    1/25/2014 11:37:57 AM
  • [liverpool]
    1/25/2014 11:38:37 AM
    Sky Sports News Radio have an extensive preview of the weekend's cup action and it's all here for you.
    1/25/2014 11:40:38 AM
  • MISSING THE CUP [norwich]
    It's proving a difficult morning for those players who didn't make it through the third round...

    1/25/2014 11:45:01 AM
  • [liverpool]
    1/25/2014 11:48:19 AM
  • [bournemouth]
    1/25/2014 11:55:54 AM
    Here's confirmation of the teams on the south coast:
    Bournemouth: Camp, Francis, Elphick, Ward, Daniels, Ritchie, O'Kane, Arter, Pugh, Surman, Grabban. 
    Subs: Allsop, Cook, Pitman, Harte, MacDonald, Fraser, Rantie
    Liverpool: Brad Jones, Kelly, Toure, Skrtel, Cissokho, Moses, Gerrard, Henderson, Coutinho, Suarez, Sturridge. 
    Subs: Alberto, Aspas, Mignolet, Sterling, Ibe, Flanagan, Sama.

    1/25/2014 11:59:03 AM
  • [betting] Check out our Price Boosts ahead of Liverpool's visit to Dean Court. The Reds have named a strong side including Suarez and Sturridge and it's 5/4 for both to score in this FA Cup fourth round tie.

    1/25/2014 12:24:21 PM
    Stevenage, no strangers to causing FA Cup shocks, host Everton in the tea-time kick-off. All looks set fair in Hertfordshire...

    1/25/2014 12:24:41 PM
  • Before kick-off at Dean Court, let's take a look at the 3pm kick-offs...

    1/25/2014 12:28:07 PM
  • BIRMINGHAM v SWANSEA [birmingham]
    There's only been one previous FA Cup meeting between these two - back in 1950, when the Swans won 3-0 - but the Blues have already seen off today's visitors in the Capital One Cup this term. Michael Laudrup has pledged to field a strong side but a midweek tussle with fellow Premier League strugglers Fulham could well be on his mind.
    1/25/2014 12:28:16 PM
  • BOLTON V CARDIFF [bolton]
    Bolton were on the end of a 7-1 thrashing by Reading last weekend but Cardiff could do with some respite from the league, too - defeats in his first two Premier League matches have sent Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his new City side to the bottom of the table. He won this competition twice with Manchester United, did the Norwegian, though, so expect a healthy line-up.
    1/25/2014 12:28:57 PM
  • HUDDERSFIELD V CHARLTON [huddersfield]
    Huddersfield have beaten Charlton twice already this term but haven't lifted the famous pot since 1922. Joe Lolley was an FA Cup hero in the last round - but for Kidderminster, so he'll have to watch his new Town team-mates from the stands today.
    1/25/2014 12:29:33 PM
  • MAN CITY V WATFORD [manchestercity]
    City have reached two of the last three FA Cup finals - but another Championship side whose name begins with W - Wigan - sprung a shock at the last hurdle eight months ago. Watford are ensconced in mid-table mediocrity in the Championship but Manuel Pellegrini is wary: "There is more motivation for a Championship team to beat a Premier League team so I am absolutely sure we are going to have a very difficult game."
    1/25/2014 12:30:01 PM
  • PORT VALE V BRIGHTON [brighton]
    Not much previous between these two - their only FA Cup meeting before today was back in 1932, when Vale won 2-1 at Albion's old Goldstone Ground. The furthest the League Two hosts have got in the competition was to the last four in 1954.
    1/25/2014 12:30:33 PM
  • ROCHDALE V SHEFF WED [sheffieldwednesday]
    Wednesday have lost only one of their last 12 FA Cup games against lower league opposition but Rochdale, second and on a roll in League Two, will fancy their chances of another Championship scalp. Leeds have already left Spotland with red faces but the Owls have form at the moment, losing just two of their last 11.
    1/25/2014 12:30:44 PM
  • [twitter]
    1/25/2014 12:31:43 PM
  • [jamieredknapp] Jamie Redknapp's backing Liverpool to win 2-1 at 17/2 with Sky Bet. What do you think the score will be? Bet now

    1/25/2014 12:32:25 PM
  • SOUTHAMPTON V YEOVIL [southampton]
    It was only three years ago that Southampton were in Yeovil's company down in League One but theirs has been a startling rise up the pyramid. Off-field matters have soured this term's continued progress under Mauricio Pochettino but few would bet against them being in the pot for the next round. They've never lost against Yeovil, either.
    1/25/2014 12:32:28 PM
  • SOUTHEND V HULL [hull]
    He might not admit it but Phil Brown will be desperate to get one over the side he led to the Premier League for the first time in their history, only for his time there to be remembered more eagerly for a finger-wagging team talk in public. He might take heart from the fact the cup's not been kind to Hull - they've only as far as the semi-final in 1930.
    1/25/2014 12:37:15 PM
  • [twitter]
    1/25/2014 12:40:26 PM
    The lowest-ranked team let in the cup saw off Peterborough to book a trip to Wearside for what will be a first meeting between these two sides. A midweek penalty shoot-out win against Manchester United sent Sunderland to the final of the League Cup just days ago; Kidderminster will hope for leaden legs.
    1/25/2014 12:41:05 PM
    Wigan won the whole thing under now-departed Roberto Martinez last season and new boss Uwe Rosler has been talking tough, ahead of this one. "It's a Premier League side but we're at home and we want to go further. We have the quality to finish 90 minutes as the winner."
    1/25/2014 12:43:13 PM
  • Teams are out at Bournemouth, kick-off imminent, all the action to come...[bournemouth]
    1/25/2014 12:43:39 PM
    Liverpool get us going - the sun is out and the home crowd is in boisterous mood. Off we go...
    1/25/2014 12:47:22 PM
    Bournemouth win an early corner, Ritchie swings it in and Jones falls over trying to claim the ball, but there's no one on hand to put the ball home. Another corner, this time Toure clears, a little unconvincingly
    1/25/2014 12:48:48 PM
    Pugh feeds Daniels, who crosses and Surman's header flies over. Highly encouraging start for the Championship side
    1/25/2014 12:50:11 PM
  • BOURNEMOUTH 0-0 LIVERPOOL [liverpool]
    First spell of possession for Liverpool, but it's all in their own half until Gerrard slices a Hollywood ball too far for a goal-kick
    1/25/2014 12:53:33 PM
    A moment's scare for Bournemouth as Gerrard finds Suarez in acres of space in the box, but the flag is up for offside. Replays show the Uruguayan was onside.
    1/25/2014 12:58:04 PM
    Francis' swings in a free-kick on the breeze and almost catches out Jones in the Liverpool goal, who had advanced to claim the ball, but is forced to backpeddle and tip over for a corner. Liverpool clear eventually 

    1/25/2014 1:00:49 PM
  • [england]
    Roy Hodgson's in the house, no doubt on Suarez Watch.
    1/25/2014 1:02:13 PM
    He's kept us waiting but Juan Mata has finally landed in Manchester...

    1/25/2014 1:03:48 PM
  • BOURNEMOUTH 0-0 LIVERPOOL [bournemouth]
    Liverpool not in the game at all at the moment, unable to build any sort of momentum as Bournemouth snap into the tackle and break quickly
    1/25/2014 1:04:14 PM
    Moses skips and dances down the right and gets to the by-line, but he can't find Suarez with the cross. Finally, Liverpool get some possession in the last third.
    1/25/2014 1:06:06 PM
  • BOURNEMOUTH 0-0 LIVERPOOL[bournemouth]
    Grabban wins a free-kick wide on the right, prompting his defenders to trot up for the set-piece. Pugh, under pressure from Kelly, heads wide at the far post.
    1/25/2014 1:08:21 PM
    Suarez is felled 25 yards from goal, left of centre, but he cedes to Gerrard for the free-kick only to see it fly well wide. Suspect Suarez will get next dibs.
    1/25/2014 1:11:59 PM
  • GOAL! BOURNEMOUTH 0-1 LIVERPOOL (Victor Moses 25) [goal]
    Good finish from Moses, who claims his second goal of his loan spell with a low shot from the edge of the area that squeezed under a couple of outstretched legs and beat a surprised Lee Camp at his near post.
    1/25/2014 1:12:39 PM
    The Cherries win a corner after working the ball well to Ritchie, whose shot from the edge of the area deflects behind. Surman's cross is easily headed clear by Gerrard.
    1/25/2014 1:16:31 PM
  • [betting] If you follow our Price Boosts you'll be delighted by that Victor Moses goal as he was Boosted to 11/2 from 5/1. Bet in-play
    1/25/2014 1:17:50 PM
    Gerrard gives the ball away and is then turned far too easily, allowing Arter to shoot from 20 yards. The ball bends just wide of an outstretched Jones and past the post
    1/25/2014 1:19:37 PM
  • BOURNEMOUTH 0-1 LIVERPOOL [bournemouth]
    Lovely skill by Pugh releases Daniels and his cross finds Surman, whose shot is deflected over the bar by Toure. Surman's corner finds Elphick eight yards out, but his header flies over. Good chance.
    1/25/2014 1:23:26 PM
  • [liverpool]
    Here's the moment Victor Moses put Liverpool ahead - but Bournemouth have responded well... 
    1/25/2014 1:24:31 PM
    Daniels' mistake in his own box gifts the ball to Suarez, who finds Henderson in space, but his shot is poor and well over.
    1/25/2014 1:25:03 PM
    Another error by Gerrard allows Surman to run at the Reds' defence, but his shot from 18 yards is too close to Jones, who drops his hat on it.
    1/25/2014 1:27:18 PM
  • [manchesterunited]
    1/25/2014 1:30:10 PM
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