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Last Updated: Sunday, 7 January 2007, 12:09 GMT
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Cardiff's Riccardo Scimeca (left) and Tottenham's Dimitar Berbatov battle for the ball

Cardiff 0-0 Tottenham: Chances are at a premium as both sides struggle to deal with the wet and windy conditions

Cardiff's Michael Chopra (foreground) is put under pressure by Tottenham's Teemu Tainio

City's Michael Chopra wastes the best chance, clipping wide after pouncing on Lee Young-Pyo's poor backpass

Morten Gamst Pedersen scores Blackburn's second goal at Goodison Park

Everton 1-4 Blackburn: Matt Derbyshire's early tap-in is added to by Morten Gamst Pedersen's free-kick as Rovers go 2-0 up

Paul Gallagher (left) turns inside Joseph Yobo before scoring Blackburn's third goal

And when Paul Gallagher turns inside Joseph Yobo to net the visitors' third, Everton's Cup hopes look over before half-time

Victor Anichebe (left), Andy Johnson (centre) and Leon Osman prepare to kick-off after Blackburn's fourth goal

Andy Johnson nets a penalty for Everton but Benni McCarthy slams in a fourth to cap a miserable afternoon for the Blues

Henrik Larsson acknowledges the crowd as he is introduced for his Manchester United debut

Man Utd 2-1 Aston Villa: Swedish striker Henrik Larsson makes his debut for Manchester United in the FA Cup third round

Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo is halted in his tracks by Aston Villa's Aaron Hughes

Cristiano Ronaldo is predictably at the heart of United's better moves going forward, but the Villa defence is holding firm

Henrik Larsson fires in a first-half shot on goal

Larsson has a couple of chances to put United ahead, but is denied by Villa keeper Gabor Kiraly as the half ends goalless

Henrik Larsson (centre) scores his first goal for Manchester United

However, only 10 minutes into the second half, Larsson collects a Wayne Rooney lay-off to fire United in front

Milan Baros (centre) scores Aston Villa's equaliser past Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak (right)

The Villans are level with 15 minutes remaining though when Milan Baros is given the freedom of Old Trafford to score

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (left) fires in the winner for Manchester United

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer comes on for Larsson and the substitute wins it for United when his late strike squirms under Kiraly

Manchester City manager Stuart Pearce shouts instructions

Sheff Wed 1-1 Man City: Stuart Pearce lets rip at his Premiership side who are outplayed in a goalless first half

Sheffield Wednesday's Stephen MacLean (left) is held up by Manchester City's Ousmane Dabo

The Owls push again after the break but City's defence shows why it has not been breached on its travels for 250 minutes

Sheffield Wednesday keeper Mark Crossley (centre) feels the full force of Darius Vassell's boot

At the other end, veteran keeper Mark Crossley is in inspired form and denies Darius Vassell on a couple of occassions

Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Mark Crossley (left) guesses the right way but cannot stop Georgios Samaras' penalty

But he cannot stop Georgios Samaras, who earlier headed off his own goal-line, from giving City the lead from the spot

Stephen MacLean (centre) celebrates scoring Sheffield Wednesday's equaliser

Stephen MacLean restores parity with a superb 20-yard drive that evades Nicky Weaver and goes in off the post

A bruised and battered Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Mark Crossley salutes the crowd

A replay is nothing less than Wednesday deserve and the sides will meet again a week on er...Wednesday

Jim Hamilton (right) scores Dunfermline's first against Rangers

Dunfermline 3-2 Rangers: Jim Hamilton lashes in the Pars opener and Stephen Simmons adds a second before half-time

Kris Boyd celebrates scoring his and Rangers second goal

Phil McGuire heads in a third before Kris Boyd's brace for the visitors sets up a rousing finale at East End Park

Temporary Rangers boss Ian Durrant checks his watch during the 3-2 defeat at Dunfermline

The Gers pile on the pressure but time runs out for temporary boss Ian Durrant's side to leave their season in tatters


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