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Everton v Luton, Sheffield United v Brighton and more: FA Cup fourth round – live | FA Cup

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In a strange quirk of the draw and fixture schedule for the fourth round, all six FA Cup matches today pit former winners against a team who have never lifted the trophy. Everton (five FA Cups) have other priorities this season, but a home draw with Luton (losing finalists in 1959) offers the possibility of extending a galvanizing run at the Cup. Again, the Hatters won at Goodison in the championship in September.

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Another team plunged into the mud of relegation, Sheffield United (four) start as underdogs against Brighton (1983 finalists) despite their historic weight, while the leaders of the Championship Leicester (2021 winners) organize a 100% championship meeting against Birmingham (twice losing finalists). The final kick-off at 3 p.m. (GMT) will see Leeds (1972 winners) entertain Plymouth (semi-finalists in 1984).

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Later, Fulham (1975 finalists) host Newcastle (six times winner), while at the moment, Ipswich (winners of 1978) have just equalized against non-league players Maidstone. You can follow this match here, and we’ll also keep an eye on the action in the Championship, League One, League Two, Scottish Premiership, Bundesliga, La Liga, etc, etc.

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FA Cup: Ipswich 1-1 Maidstone (left); Everton v Luton; Leeds v Plymouth; Leicester v Birmingham; Sheffield United v Brighton.

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Championship: Millwall v Preston; Sunderland v Stoke City.

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Scottish Premiership: St Mirren 0-1 Rangers (left); Celtic v Ross County; Hearts v Aberdeen; Kilmarnock v Hibernian; Livingston v Dundee; St Johnstone v Motherwell.

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League 1 : Barnsley v Exeter; Blackpool v Charlton; Bristol Rovers v Oxford; Cambridge v Burton; Carlisle v Bolton; Derby v Cheltenham; Lincoln v. Peterborough; Northampton v Shrewsbury; Port Vale v Portsmouth; Reading against Leyton Orient; Wigan v Stevenage; Wycombe v Fleetwood.

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League 2: Crewe v Salford; Doncaster v Stockport; Forest Green v Accrington; Grimsby v Tranmere; MK Dons v Gillingham; Morecambe v Colchester; Notts County v Barrow; Swindon v Bradford; Walsall v Sutton; Wimbledon v Mansfield.

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Key events

Team news from Celtic Park, where the Scottish league leaders host second from bottom Ross County. New signing Nicolas Kühn is on the Celtic bench, while Matt O’Riley starts amid transfer speculation. Ross County have a couple of new players on loan in their starting XI – former Brighton academy player Teddy Jenks and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, formerly of Manchester United.

Celtic: Hart, Alistair Johnston, Carter-Vickers, Scales, Bernabei, O’Riley, McGregor, Bernardo, Abada, Furuhashi, Palma.
Substitutes: Kühn, Turnbull, Holm, Nawrocki, Bain, Ralston, Welsh, Vata, Michael Johnston.

Ross County: Wickens, Brown, Nightingale, Ayina, Borthwick-Jackson, Dhanda, Khela, Loturi, King, Jenks, Murray.
Subs: Laidlaw, Sims, Sheaf, Harmon, Henderson, White, Brophy, Reid.

Because Maidstone Stone United, from the National League South, are back in front at Portman Road! Stuart Goodwin watches this one…

It’s a big day in the Bundesliga, with Bayern Munich hoping to narrow the gap in a Bavarian battle to Augsburg before that of Xabi Alonso Leverkusen host Borussia Monchengladbach later, in a match likely to be closely followed by Liverpool fans. Stuttgart host Leipzig at 2:30 p.m. (GMT) in a battle between third and fourth.

In La Liga, real Madrid are in the Canary Islands to face Las Palmas (3:15 p.m. GMT), looking to regain first place from Girona (who face Celta Vigo on Sunday) and widen the gap to third place. Barcelona, who hosts Villarreal during a 5:30 p.m. GMT kick-off. But too bad for all that…

Program for this afternoon (3 p.m. unless otherwise indicated)

FA Cup: Ipswich 1-1 Maidstone (left); Everton v Luton; Leeds v Plymouth; Leicester v Birmingham; Sheffield United v Brighton.

Championship: Millwall v Preston; Sunderland v Stoke City.

Scottish Premiership: St Mirren 0-1 Rangers (left); Celtic v Ross County; Hearts v Aberdeen; Kilmarnock v Hibernian; Livingston v Dundee; St Johnstone v Motherwell.

League 1 : Barnsley v Exeter; Blackpool v Charlton; Bristol Rovers v Oxford; Cambridge v Burton; Carlisle v Bolton; Derby v Cheltenham; Lincoln v. Peterborough; Northampton v Shrewsbury; Port Vale v Portsmouth; Reading against Leyton Orient; Wigan v Stevenage; Wycombe v Fleetwood.

League 2: Crewe v Salford; Doncaster v Stockport; Forest Green v Accrington; Grimsby v Tranmere; MK Dons v Gillingham; Morecambe v Colchester; Notts County v Barrow; Swindon v Bradford; Walsall v Sutton; Wimbledon v Mansfield.

Preamble

In a strange quirk of the draw and fixture schedule for the fourth round, all six FA Cup matches today pit former winners against a team who have never lifted the trophy. Everton (five FA Cups) have other priorities this season, but a home draw with Luton (losing finalists in 1959) offers the possibility of extending a galvanizing run at the Cup. Again, the Hatters won at Goodison in the championship in September.

Another team plunged into the mud of relegation, Sheffield United (four) start as underdogs against Brighton (1983 finalists) despite their historic weight, while the leaders of the Championship Leicester (2021 winners) organize a 100% championship meeting against Birmingham (twice losing finalists). The final kick-off at 3 p.m. (GMT) sees Leeds (1972 winners) entertain Plymouth (semi-finalists in 1984).

Later, Fulham (1975 finalists) host Newcastle (six times winner), while at the moment, Ipswich (1978 winners) have just equalized against non-league players Maidstone. You can follow this match here, and we’ll also keep an eye on the action in the Championship, League One, League Two, Scottish Premiership, Bundesliga, La Liga, etc, etc.

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