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QPR 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday: Morgan Fox and Sam Winnall score to send The Owls through

QPR 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday: Morgan Fox and Sam Winnall score to send The Owls through

MATT BARLOW AT THE KIYAN PRINCE FOUNDATION STADIUM: Morgan Fox and Sam Winnall scored as Sheffield Wednesday beat QPR 2-1 to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Northampton 0-0 Derby: League Two side earn fourth-round FA Cup replay against Championship team

Northampton 0-0 Derby: League Two side earn fourth-round FA Cup replay against Championship team

ADAM SHERGOLD AT THE PTS ACADEMY STADIUM: Wayne Rooney was the centre of attention but Northampton proved themselves far from starstruck as they matched Derby blow for blow.

AHEAD OF THE GAME: Select English players and Premier League clubs could earn credits for signings

AHEAD OF THE GAME: Select English players and Premier League clubs could earn credits for signings

MATT HUGHES - AHEAD OF THE GAME: Premier League sides who give significant playing time to England-qualified players, could be given greater leeway to sign more foreign players after Brexit.

Manchester United fans 'planning mass walk-out at Old Trafford during Wolves game on February 1'

Manchester United fans 'planning mass walk-out at Old Trafford during Wolves game on February 1'

Those behind the move plan to walk out of the stadium in the 58th minute against Wolves on February 1. The 58th minute symbolises the remembrance of the Munich air disaster.

FA Cup fourth-round shock ratings: Which Premier League sides should be worried?

FA Cup fourth-round shock ratings: Which Premier League sides should be worried?

The FA Cup always throws up a few surprises and the fourth round should be no different with a number of teams from the lower divisions hoping to progress.

How Coventry and Birmingham have prepared for FA Cup tie at shared St Andrew's

How Coventry and Birmingham have prepared for FA Cup tie at shared St Andrew's

There will be few grounds in the country this weekend where you will spot home and away fans drinking together ahead of the game, but then there are no stadiums facing a situation like St Andrew's.

Why it's all gone wrong for Atletico Madrid and Diego Simeone this season

Why it's all gone wrong for Atletico Madrid and Diego Simeone this season

PETE JENSON IN SPAIN: Atletico are eight points off the lead in La Liga, on Thursday night they were dumped out of the Copa del Rey by a third division side and Liverpool loom on the horizon in Europe.

Liverpool close on Arsenal record but have to avoid defeat until SEPTEMBER to be all-time best

Liverpool close on Arsenal record but have to avoid defeat until SEPTEMBER to be all-time best

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool may be racking up wins like they're going out of fashion this season, but in terms of the greatest records of European football history, there is still quite some way to go.

George Graham on the dearth of Scottish players at top teams and the huge rebuild needed at Arsenal

George Graham on the dearth of Scottish players at top teams and the huge rebuild needed at Arsenal

It was all of 60 years ago but he remembers the feeling as the train pulled out of the station. 'It was very traumatic. It was very difficult to step on that train,' says George Graham.

Manchester United beefing up scouting operation ahead of summer transfer window

Manchester United beefing up scouting operation ahead of summer transfer window

MATT HUGHES EXCLUSIVE: Manchester United are seeking to bring in a number of first-team scouts who will report to United's senior scouting team of Marcel Bout, Jim Lawlor and Simon Wells.

PSG 'line up move for Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang'

PSG 'line up move for Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang'

Paris Saint-Germain have met with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's entourage ahead of potential move in January. The Ligue 1 champions are considering signing the Arsenal forward on loan.

Mino Raiola insists Juventus fans shouldn't give up on re-signing Manchester United's Paul Pogba

Mino Raiola insists Juventus fans shouldn't give up on re-signing Manchester United's Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba remains sidelined with injury, but his relationship with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United has become increasingly strained over the course of the season.

Leeds bring in Ian Poveda from Manchester City on permanent deal as their second signing of window

Leeds bring in Ian Poveda from Manchester City on permanent deal as their second signing of window

The 19-year-old, who made one senior appearance for City - in last season's Carabao Cup win over Burton - has signed a contract until 2024.

Eddie Pepperell sets avowed goal: I want to stop being a p***k

Eddie Pepperell sets avowed goal: I want to stop being a p***k

Eddie Pepperell, the Englishman who walked out of a tournament mid-round in November because he had run out of golf balls, has a simple, avowed goal for the new season.

Jermaine Pennant is taken OFF AIR by Sky Sports News with TV viewers accusing him of being drunk

Jermaine Pennant is taken OFF AIR by Sky Sports News with TV viewers accusing him of being drunk

EXCLUSIVE: Former Liverpool winger Jermaine Pennant was removed from Sky Sports News' transfer talk segment on Friday morning with fans on Twitter suggesting he was drunk.

Jamie Murray admits he has no plans to partner with brother Andy at Tokyo Olympics

Jamie Murray admits he has no plans to partner with brother Andy at Tokyo Olympics

MIKE DICKSON IN MELBOURNE: Jamie Murray has admitted that he has no plans to partner his brother Andy in the Olympics this year, preferring to stay with his regular partner.

Jonny May insists England players hold no grudge with Saracens stars over salary cap scandal

Jonny May insists England players hold no grudge with Saracens stars over salary cap scandal

England's players buried the hatchet of the Saracens salary cap scandal during a 30-minute player-led meeting in Portugal yesterday, which Jonny May revealed was a success.

Serena Williams looks like she'll be stuck on 23 Grand Slams after crashing out of Australian Open

Serena Williams looks like she'll be stuck on 23 Grand Slams after crashing out of Australian Open

MIKE DICKSON IN MELBOURNE: In the city whose climate is famous for showcasing all four seasons in one day you could hardly keep up with the dizzying shifts at the Australian Open.

Liverpool 'target Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz' after £47m Isco bid is rejected

Liverpool 'target Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz' after £47m Isco bid is rejected

Liverpool are set to target Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz after seeing a £47 million bid for Isco rejected by Real Madrid. But Ruiz is likely to cost significantly more than the sum they bid for Isco.

Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and their PSG team-mates sit courtside at first-ever NBA game in Paris

Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and their PSG team-mates sit courtside at first-ever NBA game in Paris

Neymar and Kylian Mbappe watched on as reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo helped Milwaukee Bucks beat Charlotte Hornets in the first-ever NBA game to held in Paris.

Slaven Bilic is the strong, charismatic figure West Brom wanted the club to unite behind

Slaven Bilic is the strong, charismatic figure West Brom wanted the club to unite behind

No ground in the top four divisions sits as far above sea level as The Hawthorns, and West Bromwich Albion now believe they have a manager capable of taking them to those heights.

Jonny May's World Cup heartbreak was compounded by unpaid tax bills

Jonny May's World Cup heartbreak was compounded by unpaid tax bills

Jonny May was brought back down to earth with a bump after the World Cup when he returned home to a court summons from the tax office but insists he's raring to go ahead of the Six Nations.

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers calls for FA Cup replays to be scrapped

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers calls for FA Cup replays to be scrapped

Brendan Rodgers has joined the calls to scrap FA Cup replays ahead of Leicester's fourth-round tie at Brentford on Saturday.

Sir Clive Woodward's Six Nations audit: England want to bounce back from World Cup heartbreak

Sir Clive Woodward's Six Nations audit: England want to bounce back from World Cup heartbreak

SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: The 2020 Six Nations campaign will begin on Saturday, February 1 with a number of teams eyeing glory in this year's competition.

Juventus and PSG 'close in on swap deal between Layvin Kurzawa and Mattia De Sciglio'

Juventus and PSG 'close in on swap deal between Layvin Kurzawa and Mattia De Sciglio'

Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are in discussions over a potential swap for full-backs Mattia De Sciglio and Layvin Kurzawa according to Goal.

West Ham 'told to pay £18m to sign Nottingham Forest's Matty Cash this month'

West Ham 'told to pay £18m to sign Nottingham Forest's Matty Cash this month'

West Ham have been told that they must pay £18m if they are to sign Nottingham Forest defender Matty Cash this month. AC Milan and Everton are also interested in signing Cash.

British and Irish bid for 2030 World Cup backed by the government

British and Irish bid for 2030 World Cup backed by the government

EXCLUSIVE BY DAVID COVERDALE: The government are 'committed' to backing a British and Irish bid for the 2030 World Cup - even if they have to go up against China.

Manchester United keeper Mary Earps admits she is a little crazy ahead of FA Cup fourth round derby

Manchester United keeper Mary Earps admits she is a little crazy ahead of FA Cup fourth round derby

You have to be crazy to be a goalkeeper, or so the old cliché goes. And Man United goalkeeper Mary Earps says it's not far wrong, admitting some people think she's got a 'screw loose'.

Jose Mourinho insists Tottenham will not benefit from two-week Premier League winter break 

Jose Mourinho insists Tottenham will not benefit from two-week Premier League winter break 

Jose Mourinho is not impressed with English football's attempt to introduce a winter break, claiming it is in the wrong place and of no help to Tottenham.

There's a buzz around Brentford as they push for promotion and prepare for stadium move

There's a buzz around Brentford as they push for promotion and prepare for stadium move

Wind down the window and listen carefully and the buzz might be heard from a drive-by on the M4 flyover. Brentford are on the move. Fifth in the Championship with eyes on promotion.

Sports minister promises to address issue of betting and gambling within football

Sports minister promises to address issue of betting and gambling within football

EXCLUSIVE BY DAVID COVERDALE: In a wide-ranging interview with Sportsmail, Nigel Adams has expressed his serious concerns over clubs relying on money from betting companies.

Shrewsbury boss Sam Ricketts says Liverpool tie will bring vital cash and memories for a lifetime 

Shrewsbury boss Sam Ricketts says Liverpool tie will bring vital cash and memories for a lifetime 

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY IAN LADYMAN: The manager of Shrewsbury Town has played in the Premier League and knows how it feels to be on a treadmill of constant football.

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips for Saturday, January 25th 

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips for Saturday, January 25th 

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his best tips for Saturday's races Doncaster, Uttoxeter, Lingfield and Kempton.

Utrecht 4-0 Den Haag: Alan Pardew's side suffer thumping defeat

Utrecht 4-0 Den Haag: Alan Pardew's side suffer thumping defeat

Alan Pardew's Den Haag side suffered a blow in their fight for survival as they were thrashed 4-0 by Utrecht on Friday night. The result leaves Den Haag in the relegation zone on goal difference.

Jurgen Klopp emphasises difficulty of Shrewsbury FA Cup test for Liverpool youngsters

Jurgen Klopp emphasises difficulty of Shrewsbury FA Cup test for Liverpool youngsters

Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool's young players will be tested as much at Shrewsbury as they were in the heat of a Merseyside derby.

Wycombe forward Scott Kashket banned for two months after breaking FA betting rules 

Wycombe forward Scott Kashket banned for two months after breaking FA betting rules 

Wycombe's Scott Kashket has been banned from all football-related activity for six months, with four months suspended, after he admitted breaking FA betting rules.

Brian Hughes on track to emulate Tony McCoy and become Britain's champion jump jockey

Brian Hughes on track to emulate Tony McCoy and become Britain's champion jump jockey

Brian Hughes has quite a lot in common with Sir Anthony McCoy. He could soon have even more as he bids to extend his lead of six following Richard Johnson's fall at Exeter on Tuesday.

Saracens chief executive Ed Griffiths didn't charge cricketers for transfers and arranging contracts

Saracens chief executive Ed Griffiths didn't charge cricketers for transfers and arranging contracts

Saracens' new chief executive Ed Griffiths didn't charge cricketers for brokering the transfers and arranging contracts that have left him facing an ECB investigation into his alleged conduct.

Tranmere's Liverpool fan Paul Mullin dreaming of  FA Cup upset against Manchester United

Tranmere's Liverpool fan Paul Mullin dreaming of FA Cup upset against Manchester United

DOMINIC KING: Paul Mullin had just gathered his thoughts after a huge night when he looked at his phone to see dozens of messages flooding through.

Willy Caballero to be given chance to oust Kepa Arrizabalaga in Chelsea first team

Willy Caballero to be given chance to oust Kepa Arrizabalaga in Chelsea first team

Caballero will replace under-fire Kepa for Chelsea's fourth round tie against Hull and Lampard insisted he will have a chance of retaining his starting position if he plays well.

Paralympics placed on government's list of 'crown jewels' sporting events

Paralympics placed on government's list of 'crown jewels' sporting events

The Paralympics has been added to the 'crown jewels' list of sports events which must be broadcast live on free-to-air TV - but cricket has been controversially overlooked.

Six months until Tokyo 2020: How are the Olympic venues shaping up?

Six months until Tokyo 2020: How are the Olympic venues shaping up?

The Greatest Show on Earth is just six months away and Tokyo is gearing up to host the 32nd Summer Olympic Games. So how is it shaping up ahead of the July 24 opening ceremony?

Brescia 0-1 AC Milan: Ante Rebic grabs crucial goal in the Rossoneri's hunt for European football

Brescia 0-1 AC Milan: Ante Rebic grabs crucial goal in the Rossoneri's hunt for European football

Ante Rebic grabbed a crucial goal against Brescia on Friday night in AC Milan's hunt for European football next season. Zlatan Ibrahimovic made his fourth appearance.

TOP SPIN ON THE TEST: England become first nation to pass 500,000-run mark

TOP SPIN ON THE TEST: England become first nation to pass 500,000-run mark

Zak Crawley and Dom Sibley got England off to a fast start but South Africa fought back to leave the fourth Test in the balance on day one in Johannesburg.

Manchester City prioritising advancement of women's team amid major changes

Manchester City prioritising advancement of women's team amid major changes

Manchester City are prioritising the advancement of their women's team. The City Football Group hierarchy want to make sure the women's team are a force in Europe.

Paulo Dybala admits he nearly left Juventus with Manchester United and Tottenham both interested

Paulo Dybala admits he nearly left Juventus with Manchester United and Tottenham both interested

Manchester United and Tottenham both bid for Paulo Dybala last summer after he had fallen down the pecking order under Massimiliano Allegri following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Timo Werner will be desperate to keep RB Leipzig at the top of the pack

Timo Werner will be desperate to keep RB Leipzig at the top of the pack

The Bundesliga returned with a bang last weekend as Erling Braut Haaland introduced himself to Borussia Dortmund with a hat-trick on his debut. He is now in line for his first start at his new club.

South Africa's Beuran Hendricks says his side don't condone fan behaviour which provoked Ben Stokes

South Africa's Beuran Hendricks says his side don't condone fan behaviour which provoked Ben Stokes

NEIL MANTHORP IN JOHANNESBURG: South Africa's debutant left-arm seamer, Beuran Hendricks, said they do not condone the crowd behaviour which provoked Ben Stokes

Thierry Henry is desperate to make an Impact at Montreal... he reveals desire to make it as manager

Thierry Henry is desperate to make an Impact at Montreal... he reveals desire to make it as manager

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY CRAIG HOPE IN ORLANDO: The players of Montreal Impact tell us he still has that 'swagger'. And of course he does - he is Thierry Henry.

South Africa fight back after Zak Crawley and Dom Sibley century stand on first day at Johannesburg

South Africa fight back after Zak Crawley and Dom Sibley century stand on first day at Johannesburg

PAUL NEWMAN IN JOHANNESBURG: First came the sight of a distraught Jofra Archer being forced out of a third successive Test through injury, before the Ben Stokes incident.

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