The only way is Sussex! Brighton and Crawley provide the magic in fourth round
News came from Loftus Road that Chelsea had won the other grudge match after QPR missed a late chance to equalise.
'Luke Young on the overlap found himself in extravagant acreage on the edge of the penalty area,' said ITV's Peter Drury, briefly forgetting that he is a football commentator and not an estate agent.
After all the lunchtime drama, was it all going to be downhill from here? It didn't bode well. There were two other all-Premier League ties, one all-Championship and, disappointingly, League One underdogs Stevenage and Notts County had been drawn together.
Blackpool had their biggest crowd of the season for the visit of Sheffield Wednesday but there were only 11,597 at Bolton v... read more
Most read news
- 07:51 Row over Gladstone Road continues as campaigning Northampton...
- 07:51 Back to school: Latest Five star school canteens revealed
- 07:48 Trapped drivers £57,000 payback
- 07:48 Aircraft crash probe results
- 07:48 Husband did not kill wife
- 07:48 Hull City boss Steve Bruce can help Mohammed Diame realise huge...
- 07:48 Hull City: Deal for 'maverick' Hatem Ben Arfa is a win-win for boss...
- 07:40 Robbie Williams boosts career of tribute act - after posing in...
- 07:38 Computer hacker shut down Derbyshire holiday firm website in...
- 07:38 Anton Rippon: Scarecrows are great - just don't ask me to build one