Burnley 0-2 Arsenal
Derby 2-2 Sheff Wed
Fulham 2-2 Bristol Rovers
Luton 1-1 Liverpool
Stoke 0-0 Newcastle
GOALFLASHES AND MAJOR INCIDENTS (all times GMT)
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2005: The draw for the fourth round is live on BBC2, the BBC Sport website and BBC Radio 5 Live at 1330 GMT tomorrow (Monday). The 12 third-round replays will take place on 15 and 16 January. Bye for now...
2003: It's been a funny old day really. No Cupsets but Bristol Rovers will surely fancy their chances with a home replay against Fulham at the Mem. Of five Premier League teams in action, only Arsenal are definitely in the fourth round. Not a good day if your name is Rafa Benitez - but I think Sam Allardyce will be thanking his lucky stars his team have avoided a banana skin - for now anyway.
2001: The Player of the Day award is shared between Arsenal striker Eduardo and Luton's hardworking frontman Drew Talbot who both score 8.17. Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt is not proving very popular. He's on a rather miserable 4.28.
1956: Replays show that Ricardo Fuller's shot at 1932 actually hit Steven Taylor's arm. Only Fuller appealed for the penalty - but it looks like it was a decent shout.
1953: "I thought we were bit tepid in the first half. We were much better after the break. We're disappointed we didn't win because we had the chances - but my chairman will be happy with a replay."
Stoke boss Tony Pulis
1951 FULL-TIME Stoke 0-0 Newcastle
A smile from Newcastle boss Sam Allardyce after his side ride their luck in the second-half. Not much quality on show - but conditions were appalling.
1949: Newcastle almost snatch a late goal. Charles N'Zogbia's low cross is met at the far post by Andy Carroll but his effort hits the outside of the post.
1947: Richard Cresswell nicks the ball away from David Rozenhal on the touchline and drives into the box. He lays the ball off for Ricardo Fuller but Shay Given is equal to his low shot.
1944: Mark Viduka attempts to head in Charles N'Zogbia's driven free-kick but it goes well over and that's his last action. Andy Carroll, 19 today, comes on.
1943: Stoke win their 10th corner - compared to Newcastle's three. It's aimed towards that man Jon Parkin but Mark Viduka wins the aerial challenge.
1940: There's an FA Cup tackle if ever I saw one. Andy Wilkinson wins the ball and then collides with David Rozenhal. That leaves the Newcastle defender winded but he's OK.
1938: Nine minutes remaining and Newcastle go direct with a long throw-in but Stoke clear.
1932: The Stoke onslaught continues. Ricardo Fuller's shot hits Steven Taylor and goes agonisingly wide.
1932: Sam Allardyce applauds Damien Duff as the winger comes off to be replaced by 17-year-old Kazenga LuaLua.
1928: Newcastle's defence has been all at sea since Jon Parkin came on. David Rozenhal gives away a needless corner and Parkin wins the header - but Shay Given collects.
1926: The Stoke fans are giving it everything, trying to will the ball into the net. 20 minutes remaining.
1923: So close for Stoke. Brilliant work from Ricardo Fuller who latches on to Jon Parkin's header, takes the ball past the keeper and then crosses for Parkin, whose close-range effort is cleared off the line by Steven Taylor. Newcastle survive by the skin of their teeth - and it's a proper Cup tie now. What an impact by Parkin.
1922: Time to turn this into a proper Cup tie. Stoke bring on Jon 'The Beast' Parkin for Mamady Sidibe - who's off to the African Nations Cup with Mali on Monday.
1921: Stoke's Richard Cresswell launches himself at a volley but Steven Taylor puts his head where it hurts and blocks the shot. Poor old Taylor took a bit of boot and ball there.
1918: Richard Cresswell embarks on a promising run but his left-foot cross goes straight out of play. "He's got no left foot," says Mark Bright, which is not strictly true but we know what he means.
1912: Crazy scenes. Mark Viduka wins a free-kick on the right and Steven Taylor heads Charles N'Zogbia's effort onto the post. The keeper is bouncing around all over the place as Damien Duff crosses over his head for Michael Owen who mis-times his jump and fails to connect. Stoke somehow survive.
1908: And we have entered a scrappy period of play. Newcastle marginally the brighter.
1903: "It takes some getting used to seeing Michael Owen without an injury. You expect to see Halley's comet at the same time."
strikinglyhandsome1 on 606
1902: The second half gets under way at the Britannia Stadium.
1900: "Those supporters were immense - as usual. They give us backing like that every week even though they are not crammed into one area like that at the Memorial Stadium and they will be well up for the replay. I think we should be very hopeful of landing the Cup shock on our own ground under lights."
Bristol Rovers boss Paul Trollope
1856: Stoke striker Mamady Sidibe leads the way in the ratings at half-time on 7.17, just edging out Newcastle winger Charles N'Zogbia.
1849: "It's very balanced and you just couldn't call this either way. Saying that, Ricardo Fuller is looking the player most likely to score."
BBC Radio 5 Live analyst Steve Froggatt
1847: HALF-TIME Stoke 0-0 Newcastle
Alan Smith brings down Mamady Sidibe, giving Stoke a free-kick but Liam Lawrence's effort goes wide and that's half-time. Not a great half of football - but conditions are poor.
1844: Laughable stuff from Newcastle as David Rosenhal's two-yard pass goes straight out of play.
1840: Nicky Butt sees yellow for a tackle on Stoke's Liam Lawrence. He thumps his fist on the ground in anger. Stoke try a clever free-kick which doesn't come off.
1838: "Hope Leon is number one, he is the best."
Hannah via text on 8111
I think that text was meant for Radio One's chart show... but hey, it could be Leon Cort...
1836: Charles N'Zogbia's fierce shot knocks Leon Cort off his feet but the Stoke defender does enough to deflect it wide.
1833: "I'm hopeful that makes us a more attractive proposition. Hopefully, after tomorrow one or two things might happen."
Luton boss Kevin Blackwell after the 1-1 draw with Liverpool (The Hatters must find a buyer by 1700 GMT on Monday)
1831: Stoke captain John Eustace is first into the book for a trip on Charles N'Zogbia but Newcastle can't create anything from the free-kick.
1828: BBC analyst Mark Bright reckons Fuller needed to "throw a few body-shapes" as he lined up his shot there. That's a new one...
1827: Stoke counter-attack and Ricardo Fuller sees his shot blocked. The game's coming alive.
1826: Michael Owen is suddenly through on goal after Stoke's defence fall asleep but keeper Steve Simonsen is out quickly to smother the shot.
1823: Message for Jamseybhoy. It's Mark Bright.
1822: "Why on earth is Alan Smith playing in midfield AGAIN? Big Sam needs a quality midfielder!"
Marv, Rugby, via text on 81111
1817: Stoke quickly respond with a corner of their own but Leon Cort's flicked header goes harmlessly wide.
1815: Newcastle win the first corner of the game. Charles N'Zogbia's effort is cleared to Nicky Butt, who balloons a shot into the crowd.
1813: Charles N'Zogbia, who has been playing at left-back recently, tricks his way into the penalty area but he doesn't really look up and Stoke get the challenge in.
1811: There's Sir Alex Ferguson in the crowd at Britannia Stadium. I nearly didn't recognise him in his flat cap. Fergie's Manchester United side face Newcastle in the league next weekend.
1809: "I'm disappointed - when you score the first goal you have to use your experience. You score, you have more quality, but we couldn't keep a clean sheet."
Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez
1805: "Well done Luton. Hope you get paid this week cause you deserve it. Liverpool, I love you, but you're like the mind of a woman - unpredictable."
kkr668 on 606
1803: Of four Premier League sides in action so far today, only one has guaranteed their place in the fourth round. Can Newcastle do any better? They're up against a Stoke side flying high in the Championship after a 10-match unbeaten run.
1802: "We played poorly, they deserved a draw, maybe even the win. Just another game added to the long fixture list, and just another excuse to make even more changes."
WeAllDreamOfATeamOfCarraghers on 606
1801: "Can someone buy Luton please? I would but I'm a little bit skint at the moment."
Ntini77 on 606
1800: Newcastle get today's final game at the Britannia Stadium under way.
1759: "Best possible result for us financially and the quality we showed today will give us confidence for the return leg at Anfield."
c_murphy86 on 606
1754: FULL-TIME Luton 1-1 Liverpool
A huge cheer goes up at Kenilworth Road as crisis club Luton earn a lucrative - and well-deserved - replay at Anfield. Luton face a crucial date before then though - the deadline for prospective purchasers is 1700 GMT on Monday.
1752: We're into two minutes of added time...
1749: "I've had to switch the Liverpool game off. You know when you get the feeling you're cursing your team by watching it live. I used to get the same feeling watching Tim Henman play."
Richard, Southport, via text on 81111
1747: Liverpool make their final change with Nabil El Zhar replacing Yossi Benayoun.
1744: David Edwards unleashes a stunning volley which doesn't dip quite quickly enough and it's over the bar.
1742: "Speculative billionnaire here - my Luton bid goes in tomorrow..."
Anon via text on 81111
1741: John Arne Riise has another shot - at the right end this time - but his left-foot effort from the edge of the box spins wide.
1739: "That sums Riise up for me. Can't do a thing right, after all his shots this season, he finally scores, in the wrong end!!"
WeAllDreamOfATeamOfCarraghers on 606
1737: GOAL Luton 1-1 Liverpool
Un...be...lievable. Drew Talbot swings over a dangerous cross from the left and with David Edwards lurking, John Arne Riise gets there first and diverts it in for an own goal.
1734: GOAL Luton 0-1 Liverpool
Chris Perry makes a hash of his clearing header and Dean Brill compounds the error by failing to come out and challenge. Andriy Voronin is in and though his effort is saved by Brill, Peter Crouch slots in the rebound. Calamity time for Luton, who have matched Liverpool throughout.
1732: Here comes Andriy Voronin, replacing Ryan Babel. Voronin has not scored for three months.
1728: John Arne Riise clatters into Drew Talbot, earning Luton a free-kick 25 yards out and Riise a yellow card. Luton make an awful mess of it though. Wasted.
1723: TEAM NEWS Stoke v Newcastle
Stoke make three changes with Ricardo Fuller, Andy Wilkinson and Carl Dickinson coming into the team. Michael Owen makes his first FA Cup start for Newcastle alongside Mark Viduka with Charles N'Zogbia pushed up into midfield.
1720: "No Gerrard no Torres, I wonder where the goals are going to come from. Without them, they are a very dismal side!"
arifiscool on 606
1717: It's a Cup thriller. Dean Brill is caught in possession on the edge of the area but the Luton defence recovers as Ryan Babel looks for support. At the other end, Darren Currie's cross is bouncing around in front of goal before John Arne Riise eventually stabs the ball clear.
1715: What a chance for Luton! Darren Currie dinks in a cross but Drew Talbot heads over from a few yards out. Should have hit the target at least.
1712: John Arne Riise's hopeful shot takes a wicked deflection. Luton keeper Dean Brill is going the other way but sticks an arm out to save. Brill by name...
1710: How did he miss that? Xabi Alonso's pass splits the Luton defence and Dirk Kuyt crosses for Yossi Benayoun at the far post. The winger connects from two yards out but the ball bobbles wide.
1707: Liverpool get the second half under way.
1705: Liverpool emerge early for the second half after a talking-to from Rafa, followed eventually by Luton.
1700: "I think it should have been a yellow but the ref was in a good position. It gave us a mountain to climb. We certainly tried but there was no getting away from their undoubted quality."
Burnley boss Owen Coyle
1658: "Re 1652: You sure it was Wenger that said that? Doesn't sound like something he would say!"
Marshall, a happy Bristol Rovers fan, via text on 81111
1656: It may not be the classic of two years ago - when Liverpool had to fight back from 3-1 down to win 5-3 - but I quite enjoyed the first half. Considering there are 60 league places between the two sides, it's been absorbing.
1652: "From the bench, it was impossible to see and I haven't seen a television replay."
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger on the sending-off of Burnley's Kyle Lafferty
1648: HALF-TIME Luton 0-0 Liverpool
Great stuff from the Hatters, although they may live to rue that early miss from Dave Edwards.
1647: Xabi Alonso gives away a free-kick 30 yards out... A two-man Luton wall splits and David Bell strikes the ball gloriously... wide. Miles wide in fact. Even Kevin Blackwell is smiling.
1646: Drew Talbot turns and drives a cross to the far post but Calvin Andrew can't quite get to it.
1639: Steve Finnan sells Sami Hyypia short with his pass and Drew Talbot nips in but he's falling as he hits his shot from the edge of the area.
1636: "Luton are not trying to kill the game or run the clock down. They're having a really good go."
BBC 5 Live analyst Dean Kiely
1633: "Rotactics - A strategy aimed at confusing the opposition, by changing player positions every single match (see Sam Allardyce)."
zeppelins_attack! on 606
1631: Luton win their third corner of the game but Liverpool clear. At this point two years ago in that third-round classic, the Reds were 1-0 up...
1626: "Rotivation: Motivating your players by inexplicably switching them around (again, see Rafa Benitez)"
RebelArmyRedDevil (aka RARD) on 606
1624: "Caroline, I and all of my Liverpool-supporting mates all agree. Babel should start every game. Although, he does often rotate with Kewell for tactical reasons."
kkr668 on 606
1623: Brilliant work from Drew Talbot - Capello will have enjoyed that. The striker goes past Sami Hyypia on the left with a lovely piece of skill but his low cross is cut out by Charles Itandje to save Hyypia's blushes.
1616: Why hasn't Ryan Babel played more often for Liverpool? Anyone care to explain? The high-speed Dutch winger embarks on a fabulous run from box to box and crosses for Dirk Kuyt - whose weak header is easily cleared.
1614: After the success of yesterday's Cupset... theFlyingDossman on 606 has come up with another new word. Underpick - to select a weakened side (see Rafa Benitez).
1612: England boss Fabio Capello is at Kenilworth Road. He'll be keeping an eye on... er... Peter Crouch I guess. Unless Luton striker Drew Talbot is in line for a shock call-up...
1610: Peter Crouch plays in Dirk Kuyt with a delicate through-ball but the Dutch striker blazes over. An open start to this game...
1606: Dave Edwards springs the Liverpool offside trap and is one-on-one with the keeper but shoots too close to Charles Itandje. A golden opportunity for Luton to take a shock lead.
1605: What's Steve Finnan up to there? Under pressure from a Luton player, he puts the ball out of play for a corner to the hosts. Nothing from it.
1603: Within seconds of the kick-off, Luton keeper Dean Brill has to make a smart save from Ryan Babel.
1602: Away we go then.
1600: The Luton mascot - Harry the Hatter I believe - whips up the home support at Kenilworth Road and we're moments away from kick-off.
1554: FULL-TIME Burnley 0-2 Arsenal
Good enough from Arsenal who are in the fourth round thanks to goals from Eduardo and Nicklas Bendtner. Burnley can be proud of themselves - and there is bound to be more debate about Kyle Lafferty's sending-off.
1552: FULL-TIME Fulham 2-2 Bristol Rovers
7,000 Gasheads see their team twice take the lead against Premier League Fulham before being pegged back. Back we go to the Memorial Stadium on 15 or 16 January.
1550: FULL-TIME Derby 2-2 Sheff Wed
Derby battle back from 2-0 to force a replay against their Championship opponents.
1548: But wait... now it's Bristol Rovers on the attack with a few corners in quick succession and they're in to injury time at Craven Cottage.
1545: Fulham are piling on the pressure against League One Bristol Rovers. A replay at the Memorial looms.
1542: Burnley may rue that sending-off but really they have only themselves to blame for not getting at least a replay. They've had enough possession - but no end product. Arsenal keeper Jens Lehmann hasn't really had much to do.
1540: Sheffield Wednesday striker Deon Burton has the ball in the net against Derby but he's offside. No complaints from the visitors.
1536: GOAL Burnley 0-2 Arsenal
Game over. Eduardo slips the ball through for Nicklas Bendtner to sidestep Gabor Kiraly and sidefoot home.
1532: GOAL Fulham 2-2 Bristol Rovers
Rovers keeper Steve Phillips gets a hand to Danny Murphy's 25-yard piledriver but can't keep it out and we're all square again.
1529: Turns out lots of you disagree with me and think Kyle Lafferty deserved his red card. I am willing to downgrade it to just harsh. He did catch Gilberto and it was certainly a yellow, but not red - in my opinion.
1527: TEAM NEWS Luton v Liverpool
Luton manager Kevin Blackwell has a fully-fit squad to choose from and captain Chris Coyne comes back into his starting XI after serving a suspension. With his captain Steven Gerrard missing through injury, Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez opts for Xabi Alonso and Lucas in central midfield, with Ryan Babel and Yossi Benayoun on the flanks. Fernando Torres is omitted from the squad as is Pepe Reina so Peter Crouch and Dirk Kuyt start together in attack and Charles Itandje is between the sticks.
1525: "Re 1520: Completely agree with the decision. Studs facing, over the ball. Could have broken his leg. Still want Burnley to get something though."
ForestAJC on 606
1523: GOAL Fulham 1-2 Bristol Rovers
Against the run of play, Craig Hinton heads in Chris Lines' free-kick and the League One side are back in front. Cupset a go-go.
1520: RED CARD Burnley
Kyle Lafferty slides in for a 50-50 challenge on the halfway line and catches Gilberto. Referee Alan Wiley is right in front of the action and goes straight for the red. I think that's a very, very harsh decision.
1516: Another chance for Burnley. Robbie Blake delivers a free-kick on to Chris McCann's head but the youngster can't keep his effort down.
1514: "Re 1406: I have to say, Caroline, having just seen the replay of Beevers' goal I think you were unfair, a terrible keeping error but it was a firmly-struck shot."
Rob via text on 81111
1512: Lovely exchange between Arsenal pair Nicklas Bendtner and Eduardo but the Croat striker stabs his shot wide.
1506: The cameraman at Turf Moor finds a fan texting his/her mate saying: "We're only losing 1-0 and are the better team." Are you the recipient? Get texting... Meanwhile the second half is up and running.
1503: Away we go at Craven Cottage and Pride Park... still waiting at Turf Moor.
1500: "Re 1444: I refuse to be used as a scapegoat for us being a bit rubbish and predictably throwing away leads. We'll sneak it in the 83 minute."
Peter via text on 81111
1458: "Thank goodness for the half-time bell. We were well and truly on the ropes there. Come on Rovers!"
Anon via text on 81111
1455: No dirk-kuyt18 on 606, it wasn't me that scored the winner for Fulham when they last played Bristol Rovers. It was in fact Paul Trollope - now the manager of Rovers.
1450: Time for a half-time quiz... Who scored the winner for Fulham when they last played Bristol Rovers in March 1999?
1449: HALF-TIME Burnley 0-1 Arsenal
Eduardo's goal is the difference but Burnley have hit the post and generally given a very good account of themselves.
1447: HALF-TIME Fulham 1-1 Bristol Rovers
Danny Coles puts the visitors ahead after three minutes but David Healy equalises for the Premier League side.
1445: HALF-TIME Derby 2-2 Sheff Wed
Sheffield Wednesday's 2-0 lead is wiped out by goals from Kenny Miller and Giles Barnes.
1444: I think we can blame Peter from Sheffield for putting the mockers on Wednesday. With the Owls leading 2-0, he texted in to say: "We were two up against Charlton at half time this season and lost. Don't get too excited about Wednesday."
1442: GOAL Derby 2-2 Sheff Wed
Sheffield Wednesday fail to deal with a corner and Darren Moore heads the ball back into the danger-zone for Giles Barnes to half-volley home through a crowd of players.
1441: Burnley really should be level. Arsenal defender Armand Traore gets in a muddle as he tries to clear from his own area and the ball eventually falls for Chris McCann who shoots wastefully over.
1440: GOAL Fulham 1-1 Bristol Rovers
Relief for the Premier League side. Aaron Lescott miskicks a clearance and Moritz Volz hooks the ball over for David Healy to head home.
1437: GOAL Derby 1-2 Sheff Wed
Craig Fagan chips in a cross from the right and Kenny Miller chests the ball down and drills it low past Lee Grant.
1433: Fulham's Paul Konchesky fires a left-foot thunderbolt over from 30 yards.
1431: "Premiership, you're having a laugh" is the cry from the Rovers fans at Craven Cottage. Not for long if this form continues...
1427: Burnley are playing some nice stuff against Arsenal and it's a very open Cup tie at the moment. But confidence is low among the Clarets, who have not won at home since October.
1424: So nearly 2-0 to Arsenal but James O'Connor clears off the line after Gilberto's header comes off Jon Harley. Meanwhile Fulham winger Hameur Bouazza picks up an arm injury and is replaced by Chris Baird.
1423: "It's been a difficult season for us, but I fancied our chances today. Come on Wednesday!"
Anon via text on 81111
1421: GOAL Derby 0-2 Sheff Wed
Marcus Tudgay latches on to a poor back header from Derby defender Darren Moore and slots home against his former club.
1421: Craven Cottage really is a bizarre sight. There are rows upon rows of empty seats where the home support should be sitting and then one end is crammed with Bristol Rovers fans, still revelling in their early goal.
1415: Gary Teale hits the bar from a Kenny Miller cross as Derby look to recover against Championship Sheffield Wednesday.
1414: "Eduardo is the best finisher in the country right now. Cool as you like."
Holloway Afro on 606
1412: GOAL Burnley 0-1 Arsenal
Kolo Toure chips the ball over the top to where Eduardo is in acres of space and he takes it in his stride before finishing coolly. Easy for Arsenal.
1411: Clint Dempsey has the ball in the net for Fulham but his effort is disallowed for a bit of pushing by Dejan Stefanovic. The announcer at Craven Cottage plays the goal celebration music anyway.
1411: "Could be Cupsets galore again today - Bristol Rovers ahead at Fulham, and Burnley have just hit the bar against Arsenal. COME ON THE MINNOWS!!!!"
cfcscotland on 606
1408: What is going on? Burnley look set to join the giantkilling fun when Andy Gray crosses and Kyle Lafferty rises to head home - but his effort comes back off the crossbar.
1406: GOAL Derby 0-1 Sheff Wed
Oh dear. Mark Beevers' volley from 20 yards is so weak, it barely reaches Lewis Price but the Derby keeper completely misjudges it and the ball trickles gently over the line.
1403: GOAL Fulham 0-1 Bristol Rovers
Fulham are unable to deal with a high long ball and Danny Coles slots home - albeit with the help of a hefty deflection. What a start for the Gasheads.
1403: Burnley kick off at Turf Moor and that's all three games up and running.
1357: I don't think there's any question that the Rovers fans outnumber the home supporters at Craven Cottage. One of the Bristol Rovers players has to do a double-take as he runs out on to the pitch. The Burnley cheerleaders welcome the players at Turf Moor.
1354: "7,000 Gasheads at Craven Cottage, briliant. That's probably more than Fulham fans! Sorry I can't be there with you, blinkin work!"
Anon via text on 81111
1352: TEAM NEWS Fulham v Bristol Rovers
Fulham boss Roy Hodgson makes three changes, with Alexei Smertin, David Healy and Hameur Bouazza coming into a strong starting XI. Bristol Rovers, managed by former Fulham midfielder Paul Trollope, are without suspended captain Stuart Campbell, as well as injured pair Byron Anthony and Ryan Green.
1349: The cameraman at Turf Moor "treats" us to a close-up of a Burnley fan eating a pie. Ah, the magic of the Cup...
1344: TEAM NEWS Derby v Sheff Wed
Loan signing Danny Mills comes straight into the Derby line-up in place of the injured Jay McEveley. Giles Barnes is fit to start as is Andy Todd, while Marc Edworthy makes the bench. Sheffield Wednesday's Steve Watson is not yet fit to return from a hamstring injury and there is no place in the squad for wantaway Yoann Folly.
1340: "Re 1324: Arsenal are playing a Traore against Burnley in the Cup!!!"
Steveweiser on 606
1334: TEAM NEWS Burnley v Arsenal
Burnley are without the suspended David Unsworth, while loan signing Stanislav Varga plays his first senior game of the season. Jens Lehmann and Philippe Senderos are given rare run-outs by Arsenal, for whom Emmanuel Adebayor (hamstring) misses out, so Nicklas Bendtner comes in up front after his suspension. Gilberto is also back after illness.
1331: League One strugglers Bristol Rovers have taken a staggering 7,000 fans to Craven Cottage for their third-round tie against Fulham. One fan texts in to say simply: "Craven Cottage is full of Gas."
1324: Liverpool fans will feel a shiver of horror at hearing "Burnley" and "FA Cup" in the same sentence. The Clarets sent Liverpool crashing out in the third round in 2005 - Rafa Benitez's first season in charge. A comedy own goal from Djimi Traore did the damage.
1319: Congratulations to an anonymous texter who is first to tell us correctly that Arsenal and Burnley's last meeting was in 1975 in old Division One. Anon continues: "The Gunners won 1-0, their only win in the last six meetings. Burnley were better then and Arsenal not as good as now!"
1313: Burnley's Turf Moor ground is basking in glorious sunshine. Shall we have a quick quiz? When was the last time Burnley played Arsenal and what was the score?
1305: "We're going to be positive. Yesterday's results give you a bit of hope and a bit of belief. We believe in these players and we'll see what happens."
Burnley boss Owen Coyle, speaking to BBC Sport
1303: "I think Derby might win today, is that what you mean by a shock?"
James, Derby, via text on 81111
1259: "I reckon Bristol Rovers can sneak a win at Craven Cottage."
Chelski - The New Roman Empire on 606
1256: There's some lovely Burnley chat in the newspapers today. Apparently, owner Brendan Flood's wife makes him buy her a diamond every time he buys a new player for the club. And striker Ade Akinbiyi has been banned from the weights room because bulking up his muscles had robbed him of pace.
1250: I'm sure Lawro wouldn't mind me saying he had an absolute shocker with his predictions yesterday. Today, he's gone for one mini-surprise with Stoke holding Newcastle in our 1800 GMT kick-off.
1245: I think even Dave Kitson might have enjoyed Saturday's FA Cup action as four Premier League sides were dumped out by lower league opposition and little old Havant & Waterlooville ensured there will be one non-league side in the hat for the fourth round. Anyone sensing a Cupset or two today?