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Sunday, 16 February, 2003, 09:21 GMT
Sunday's FA Cup preview
Rochdale and Stoke City will both be aiming to produce upsets in Sunday's FA Cup fifth round.

Third Division Rochdale visit Wolves while Stoke take on Premiership giants Chelsea.

  • You can follow all the drama of the Cup on the BBC Sport website, Radio Five Live and interactively on BBC television.



    Sunday's fifth round team news

    Fulham v Burnley
    (Kick-off 1500 GMT)

    Last year's losing semi-finalists, Fulham, have a wave of suspension and injury worries to contend with including Luis Boa Morte (suspended), Zat Knight, Sylvain Legwinski (both hamstring) and Lee Clark (calf).

    Burnley manager Stan Ternent hopes to welcome back Glen Little and Lee Briscoe while keeper Marlon Beresford is available.


    Stoke v Chelsea
    (Kick-off 1600 GMT)

    Stoke boss Tony Pulis is likely to recall Chris Greenacre to the starting line-up as Lee Mills is Cup-tied.

    Chelsea will be without striker Gianfranco Zola and captain Marcel Desailly


    Wolverhampton v Rochdale
    (Kick-off 1900 GMT)

    Wolves trio Nathan Blake, Mark Kennedy and George Ndah are all hoping to be fit after various injury worries.

    Rochdale are the lowest-ranked survivors in the competition, lying 15th in Division Three - and have a number of injury worries.


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