FA Cup third-round replays – in-play clips, text & radio

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FA Cup third-round replays – in-play clips, text & radio

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By Matthew Henry

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  1. Christopher Mather: Nice to see Brereton starting. Hoping he can find his shooting boots now.

    Christopher is happy to see 19-year-old Ben Brereton starting tonight. Newcastle have some youngsters in their line-up too.

  2. ‘Newcastle can’t have a go in FA Cup’

    Blackburn v Newcastle (19:45 GMT)

    Rafael Benitez

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    Rafa was criticised by some Newcastle fans for his team selection in the FA Cup, after he rested a number of first-team players.

    Ahead tonight’s fixture he defended that decision and said will struggle to “have a go” in this season’s Cup because of their position in the Premier League.

    The Magpies dropped into the Premier League relegation zone last weekend.

    “Who has a chance, a realistic chance? Teams in the middle of the table because they can have a go because they are safe,” Benitez said.

    “The other teams, you have to manage it really carefully.”

    Fellow Premier League strugglers Huddersfield, Cardiff and Fulham went out in the FA Cup in the third round to lower-league opposition, while Southampton were taken to a replay by Derby.

    “Why you see these teams and they were out? Because the Premier League is massive,” Benitez said.

    “You have £130m guaranteed if you are there. So everyone is trying to manage the situation. You have to be realistic.”

  3. Late Ritchie penalty saves Newcastle

    Blackburn v Newcastle (19:45 GMT)

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Newcastle United 1-1 Blackburn Rovers highlights

    Blackburn were heading through in the original fixture against Newcastle 10 days afo before an 84th minute equaliser from the penalty spot for the Magpies.

    Bradley Dack had given the Championship side the lead at St James’ Park in 56th minute.

    Newcastle made eight changes for that game and has done the same again tonight.

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  5. Team news

    Stoke v Shrewsbury (20:00 GMT)

    Stoke manager Nathan Jones makes eight changes to the side that lost 3-1 at Brentford in the Championship on Saturday.

    Ashley Williams, Tom Ince and Sam Clucas all retain their places while veteran forward Peter Crouch and midfielder Charlie Adam also both start.

    Stoke XI: Federici, Bauer, Martins Indi, Williams, Tymon, Etebo, Adam, Clucas, Ince, Crouch, Campbell

    Subs: Haugaard, Edwards, Woods, Souttar, Afobe, McClean, Berahino

    The Shrewsbury boss Sam Ricketts may be without Ollie Norburn who is suspended and Dave Edwards who isn’t eligible, but he has gone with a strong team, naming 10 of the side that lost against Charlton at the weekend.

    Town also include 16-year-old Under-18 goalkeeper Sam
    Agius on the bench.

    Shrewsbury: Arnold, Haynes, Sadler, Bolton, Waterfall, Docherty, Laurent, Gilliead, Grant Okenabirhie, Holloway

    Subs: Emmanuel, Beckles, Angol, Eisa, Sears, Agius, Rowland

  6. Kane out until March

    Harry Kane

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    In case you missed it…

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane will be out until March after injuring ankle ligaments in Sunday’s 1-0 Premier League defeat by Manchester United.

    Spurs say the England captain, 25, will return to training in early March.

    Kane, Tottenham’s top scorer this season with 20 goals, is likely to miss both legs of the Champions League last-16 tie with Borussia Dortmund.

    He will also be unavailable for the second leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final against Chelsea on 24 January and the final should Spurs get there on 24 February.

  7. Tune in!

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    You can listen to coverage of tonight’s FA Cup games on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

    We have commentary of Blackburn v Newcastle from Ewood Park plus updates from Luton and Stoke.

    You can listen by clicking play at the top of this page.

  8. Team news from Kenilworth Road

    Luton v Sheffield Wednesday (19:45 GMT)

    Luton have made two changes from the side that drew 1-1 in the League One promotion battle against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.

    Luke Berry and Kazenga LuaLua come in for Alan McCormack and Danny Hylton.

    Luton XI: Shea, Stacey, Pearson, Bradley, Justin, Mpanzu, Berry, Shinnie, Lee, Collins, LuaLua.

    Subs: Isted, Potts, McCormack, Jarvis, Jones, Sheehan, Neufville.

    Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday have made three changes to their side that was thumped 3-0 by Hull at the weekend.

    Cameron Dawson replaces Keiren Westwood in goal while Sam Hutchinson and Marco Matias make way for Jordan Thorniley and Atdhe Nuhiu.

    Sheffield Wednesday XI: Dawson, Palmer, Lees, Hector, Thorniley, Fox, Nuhiu, Bannan, Reach, Boyd, Fletcher

    Subs: Wildsmith, Van Aken, Baker, Pudil, Jones, Matias, Winnall

  9. Post update

    Gary Flintoff

    BBC Radio 5 live reporter at Ewood Park

    Blackburn
    have a real history in the FA Cup.

    They dominated this competition in its early
    years. Rovers priority may be the Championship, but they have a real chance of
    knocking out a Premier League side this evening with Newcastle set to make
    several changes.

    Blackburn

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  10. Team news

    Blackburn Rovers v Newcastle United (19:45 GMT)

    Blackburn, 14th in the Championship, make five changes from the 11 that began the 2-0 win at Millwall on Saturday including a start for Adam Armstrong, who began his career with Newcastle.

    There are also starts for Ryan Nyambe, Richard Smallwood, Ben Brereton and ex-Sunderland striker Danny Graham.

    Blackburn: Raya, Nyambe, Lenihan, Travis, Bell, Bennett, Reed,
    Smallwood, Armstrong, Brereton, Graham.

    Substitutes: Rothwell,
    Leutwiler, Dack, Nuttall, Conway, Butterworth, Grayson.

    Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez makes eight changes from the side that started the 2-1 defeat by Chelsea on Saturday, with only Ciaran Clark, Matt Ritchie and Sean Longstaff staying in the side.

    Callum Roberts, 21, makes only his second senior Newcastle appearance – more than four years after he played in the club’s 1-0 loss to Leicester in the third round of the FA Cup in January 2015. Goalkeeper Freddie Woodman, 21, makes only his second appearance of the season after also starting the first tie against Blackburn.

    Newcastle: Woodman, Sterry, Fernandez, Schar, Clark, Manquillo, Ritchie, Longstaff, Roberts, Murphy, Joselu.

    Substitutes: Lascelles, Rondon, Hayden, Perez, Yedlin, Harker, Atsu.

  11. Post update

    Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez told us he would make changes and he wasn’t lying.

    Here’s your team news…

  12. Premier League sides await

    Eden Hazard

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    Premier League sides await in the fourth round for all of these sides.

    Luton or Sheffield Wednesday will play holders Chelsea if they win tonight.

    Blackburn and Newcastle are playing tonight for a home tie against Watford.

    Wolves will play the winner between Shrewsbury and Stoke

  13. Tonight’s fixtures

    Blackburn Rovers v Newcastle United (19:45 GMT)

    Luton Town v Sheffield Wednesday (19:45 GMT)

    Stoke City v Shrewsbury Town (20:00 GMT)

  14. Post update

    For some this was a game they absolutely did not want but we’re here to covering it nonetheless.

    It’s FA Cup third round replay time.

    Tonight Blackburn and Newcastle, Luton and Sheffield Wednesday and Stoke and Shrewsbury will try again to see which team can make round four.

    Tony Mowbray and Rafael Benitez

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  15. Post update

    Three Premier League teams await in the fourth round.

    Who will make it through tonight?

    FA Cup

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