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 Saturday, 25 January, 2003, 15:50 GMT
FA Cup clockwatch
All the action from the FA Cup fourth round
Fourth round action:

Blackburn Rovers 3-3 Sunderland
Brentford 0-3 Burnley
Farnborough 1-5 Arsenal
Gillingham 1-1 Leeds United
Norwich 1-0 Dagenham & Redbridge
Rochdale 2-0 Coventry
Sheffield United 4-3 Ipswich
Southampton 1-1 Millwall
Walsall 1-0 Wimbledon
Watford 1-0 West Bromwich Albion
Wolverhampton 4-1 Leicester

Major goalflashes and incidents:

1650 GMT: Dwight Yorke grabs a late equaliser at Ewood Park.
Blackburn Rovers 3-3 Sunderland

With seconds to go on the clock, Norwich substitue Zema Abbey pokes it home from close range to break the hearts of Conference side Dagenham & Redbridge.
Norwich 1-0 Dagenham & Redbridge

Paul Peschisolido caps an extraordinary match snatching a late winner for Sheffield United, who had thrown away a three-goal lead.
Sheffield United 4-3 Ipswich

And Glen Little gets a last-minute third for Burnley.
Brentford 0-3 Burnley

1649 GMT: Kevin Davies, on loan at Milwall earlier this season, equalises for Southampton.
Southampton 1-1 Millwall

1640 GMT: Heidar Helguson breaks the deadlock at Vicarage Road giving Watford the lead over West Brom with ten minutes to go.
Watford 1-0 West Bromwich

1644 GMT: Paul Cook scores Burnley's second goal at Griffin Park to kill off Brentford.
Brentford 0-2 Burnley

1639 GMT: Arsenal's Bisan Lauren turns on the style scoring a superb goal after a solo run through the Farnborough defence.
Farnborough 1-5 Arsenal

1638 GMT: David Zdrilic opens the scoring at the Bescott Stadium putting the home side ahead.
Walsall 1-0 Wimbledon

1636 GMT: Kenny Miller scores his second for Wolves.
Wolverhampton 4-1 Leicester

1635 GMT: Dennis Bergkamp extends Arsenal's lead as the Gunners begin to enjoy themselves.
Farnborough 1-4 Arsenal

1631 GMT: Andy Cole pulls one back for Blackburn.
Blackburn Rovers 2-3 Sunderland

1630 GMT: Ten-man Farnborough manage to score at Highbury, Rocky Baptiste salvaging some pride for the minnows.
Farnborough 1-3 Arsenal

Joe Royle's team complete an amazing comeback at Bramall Lane, Darren Bent making it 3-3.
Sheffield United 3-3 Ipswich

1628 GMT: Kevin Phillips puts Sunderland 3-1 ahead.
Blackburn Rovers 1-3 Sunderland

Tommy Miller pulls another back for Ipswich as Brammal Lane sees three goals in five minutes.
Sheffield United 3-2 Ipswich

1627 GMT: Giovanni van Bronckhorst's cross is met by Francis Jeffers to put Arsenal three ahead.
Farnborough 0-3 Arsenal

1625 GMT: Straight from the kick, Ipswich pull one back with a terrific solo goal from Thomas Gaardsoe.
Sheffield United 3-0 Ipswich

1624 GMT: Michael Brown scores one of the goals of the season with a 25-yard volley which rockets into the top of the net.
Sheffield United 3-0 Ipswich

1615 GMT: West Brom keeper Russell Hoult saves Neil Cox's penalty at Vicarage Road, the spot kick given after Darren Moore tugged back Tommy Smith.

1613 GMT: Miller gets Wolves third goal after being set up by George Ndah, scorer of their first two.
Wolverhampton 3-1 Leicester

1511 GMT: Robert Blake scores for Burnley. Brentford 0-1 Burnley

1610 GMT: Michael Proctor restores the lead Sunderland, getting lucky after swinging his boot at a loose ball in the Blackburn box.
Blackburn Rovers 1-2 Sunderland

1605 GMT: An FA Cup upset seems on the cards at Spotland as Rochdale move two goals clear of First Division Coventry with a powerful far-post header from skipper Gareth Griffiths.
Rochdale 2-0 Coventry

1603 GMT: The second half get underway at 10 fourth round FA Cup ties kick off across England.

1547 GMT: Ndah gets his second at Molineux, rising highest to meet Denis Irwin's cross in first-half injury time.
Wolverhampton 2-1 Leicester

1533 GMT: Francis Jeffers sees his goal at Highbury ruled out for offside.

Paul Connor puts Third Division Rochdale ahead at Coventry, seeing off a challenge from Gary Caldwell before steering the ball past Morten Hyldgaard.
Rochdale 1-0 Coventry

1531 GMT: Tommy Mooney's header hits the crossbar but Philip Jagielka is on hand to net the rebound at Bramall Lane.
Sheffield United 2-0 Ipswich

1531 GMT: Paul Dickov scores from the penalty spot at Wolves to pull Leicester level.
Wolverhampton 1-1 Leicester

1528 GMT: Farnborough are left facing a mountain to climb at Highbury as defender Christian Lee is dismissed for hauling back Jeffers.

1524 GMT: Kolo Toure's cross is missed by the Farnborough defence allowing Jeffers to side-foot from seven yards on his 22nd birthday.
Farnborough 0-2 Arsenal

1519 GMT: Brown gives high-flying Sheffield United the lead against Ipswich with a 25-yard belter.
Sheffield United 1-0 Ipswich

Sol Campbell gets his second goal of the season, heading the Premiership side ahead against minnows Farnborough.
Farnborough 0-1 Arsenal

1516 GMT: Veteran striker Steve Claridge is quickest to react in a goalmouth scramble, toe-poking Milwall ahead at St Mary's Stadium.
Southampton 0-1 Millwall

1514 GMT: Andy Cole equalises for Blackburn, rounding the keeper before side-footing home.
Blackburn Rovers 1-1 Sunderland

1504 GMT: Ndah puts Wolves ahead, slipping the ball past Leicester keeper Ian Walker after a terrific arcing run.
Wolverhampton 1-0 Leicester

1502 GMT: Sunderland take an early lead at Ewood Park, Stewart running from deep to get on the end of Proctor cross with a first-time finish.
Blackburn Rovers 0-1 Sunderland

Team news:

Patrick Vieira starts for Arsenal with with Francis Jeffers and Kanu up front.

Farnborough defender Barry Laker fails to recover from a groin injury despite his visit to a faith healer mid-week.

Dagenham boss Garry Hill keeps faith with the side that beat Plymouth in the third round.

Paul Terry, brother of Chelsea defender John, starts along with television star Junior McDougald.

West Bromwich Albion striker Jason Roberts plays after missing the Baggies' goalless draw away to Leeds due to a one-match ban.

Watford boss Ray Lewington resists the temptation to name defender Sean Dyche in the side to face West Brom.

Sunderland make four changes to the side that lost to Everton.

Tore Andre Flo, Darren Williams and Sean Thornton are all missing through injury meaning Michael Gray, Marcus Stewart, Michael Proctor and Julio Arca are recalled.

Ben Clark is given his first start of the season.

Transfer-listed midfielder David Dunn returns for Blackburn after recovering from a calf injury.

Damien Duff is missing with a hamstring injury but Matt Jansen starts.

Major goalflashes and incidents from the early match:

1420 GMT: The full time whistle goes at the Priestfield Stadium, First Division Gillingham celebrating after earning a replay with Leeds United.

1411 GMT: Mamady Sidibe capitalises on Mark Viduka's dismissal, slapping a half volley beyond Paul Robinson for the equaliser.
Gillingham 1-1 Leeds United

1338 GMT: Paul Shaw concedes a freekick on the right-hand corner of the box and up steps Alan Smith to curl a sweet shot into the Gillingham net.
Gillingham 0-1 Leeds United

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