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Summary

  1. Click play for FA Cup highlights or listen to 606 via Live Coverage tab
  2. Get involved at #getcarriedaway
  3. Highlights show also on BBC Two

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By Marc Higginson, Tom Rostance and Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (Monday 20:00 GMT)

Kevin Kilbane

"Preston have been going great this season. They are going well under Simon Grayson and he'll get the players up for it and prepared for tough trip to Havant & Waterlooville."

What better way to conclude our live text than with a stunning goal like that? It's been a pleasure as always - but we're not done yet. While Kevin Kilbane tees up tomorrow's big game at Havant & Waterlooville, it's time for me to bid you a fond goodnight.

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European live text if you want more football. Night.

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Luton 4-2 Newport

Kevin Kilbane

BBC Radio 5 live

"A belting goal from Luke Guttridge. What a strike - I've always got a soft spot for a left-footer mind!"

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Luton 4-2 Newport

What was the goal of the FA Cup weekend? Luton's Luke Guttridge staked his claim with a gorgeous strike against Newport.

Check it out here.

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Norton United 0-4 Gateshead

They were standing on the banking beside the pitch at Norton Cricket Club & Miners (yes, that's the name of Norton's ground) yesterday. However, home supporters were left a little deflated by a 4-0 defeat by Gateshead.

You know what's coming next...

here's a link to the highlights.

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Cheltenham 5-0 Swindon

Former Torquay manager Leroy Rosenior: It was a massive result for Cheltenham against their local rivals. It was a surprising result as well so you have to give credit to them."

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Cheltenham 5-0 Swindon

Byron Harrison will be sat watching the FA Cup show on BBC Two with the matchball on his fireplace. He bagged a hat-trick against Swindon.

Enjoy the highlights here.

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Bury 3-1 Hemel Hempstead Town

Bury are flying high in League Two this season, and they survived a scare against Hemel Hempstead to book their place in round two.

The Shakers still hold the record for the biggest win in an FA Cup final. They hammered Derby 6-0 in 1903. That's how you win a trophy.

Have a look at the highlights here.

Join the debate at #bbcfacup

Ian O'Brien: I think I'm the only person in England Kilbane hasn't played football alongside.

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Dagenham 0-0 Southport

I'll be honest, a 0-0 draw is always a hard sell. But I'm going to try anyway. At the very least, there's a couple of good saves and the obligatory group of travelling fans singing their hearts out at the back of the stand at the end. Go on,

have a gander.

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Barnet 1-3 Wycombe

Former Torquay manager Leroy Rosenior: "Wycombe just keep on going. They're going well in the league and they have carried that on in the FA Cup."

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Barnet 1-3 Wycombe

You don't win anything with nine men. At least Barnet didn't, anyway. They lost two men to red cards against Wycombe on their way to a 3-1 defeat at The Hive.

Watch all the goals - and the tackles - fly in

here.

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Warrington 1-0 Exeter

Warrington 1-0 Exeter
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Warrington Town defender Craig Robinson: "We were at the ground until late, I was there with my dad and a few of the family and when we got home we watched the game through. I think we got to bed at 5am! We believed in the dressing room that we could do it. On the night, we couldn't believe what happened.

"There was a feeling we had scored too early, but we just hung for our lives. But the spirit, commitment and desire was superb. With 15 minutes to go I asked the ref 'how long' and I had tears in my eyes laughing because I knew we could do it.

"It's a great for me and the family. It would be awkward if I get my brother (Karl) and MK Dons in the next round - I think he's worrying because he doesn't want to come to Warrington to play us!"

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Warrington 1-0 Exeter

Warrington 1-0 Exeter
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Warrington Town's victory over Exeter on Friday night seems a long time ago now, but it's worth looking back on if only for Robbie Savage's commentary.

Here are Robbie's best bits...

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Blyth Spartans 4-1 Altrincham

Kevin Kilbane

BBC Radio 5 live

"Blyth were very impressive against Altrincham. It was a really good shift and they had real quality. Not many teams will relish going to Blyth in the second round."

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Blyth Spartans 4-1 Altrincham

Northern Premier League Blyth Spartans pulled off an FA Cup first round shock as they confidently beat Conference Premier side Altrincham.

Get stuck into the highlights here, Blyth fans.

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Braintree 0-6 Chesterfield

Former Torquay manager Leroy Rosenior: "Chesterfield are a good side. Since Paul Cook's taken over it's been a metoric rise. They are one of the teams that people will be looking to avoid in the draw."

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Braintree 0-6 Chesterfield

Braintree boss Alan Devonshire: "We just seemed to collapse. We didn't do the basics and I was really disappointed."

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Braintree 0-6 Chesterfield

Chesterfield showed no mercy to Braintree this afternoon, hitting their hosts for six. Check out Gary Roberts' strike

on the highlights. A corker.

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Gosport 3-6 Colchester

Gosport 3-6 Colchester
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Former Torquay United manager Leroy Rosenior: "Colchester were dominant, they showed their quality and killed off the tie very quickly. However, credit to Gosport who went in at half-time 4-1 down. They showed lots of fight and pride in the second half."

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Gosport 3-6 Colchester

There were nine goals at Gosport Borough this afternoon. Got to love a 6-3, haven't you?

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Southend 1-2 Chester

Phil Brown's Southend were on the wrong end of a shock at home to Chester yesterday. The visitors won 2-1 to book their place in the next round. Manager Steve Burr is a guest of the FA Cup highlights show currently being shown on BBC Two. So, what did he say to his players after that win? "Don't drink too much - we've got Macclesfield away on Tuesday."

Just a couple of shandys then?

Watch the highlights here

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Halifax 1-2 Bradford

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Former Torquay United manager Leroy Rosenior: "I was jumping up and down at the end of that one, it was a fantastic Cup tie. Halifax were a whisker away from getting themselves in the hat for the next round draw on Monday.

"They did themselves proud though, they started quickly, they were big and strong, and Bradford manager Phil Parkinson had to change things up to beat them. He went 4-3-3 and back to 4-4-2, Bradford showed Halifax the respect they deserved, because they had a real go."

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Halifax 1-2 Bradford

There were more than 8,000 supporters at The Shay this afternoon as Halifax welcomed Bradford to town. It was a rip-roaring cup tie which saw the hosts take the lead after just three minutes before Bradford came fighting back after the break to win 2-1. Want video highlights?

Here you go...

Join the debate at #bbcfootball

Aamir Patel: Feel bad for Wenger. I mean how can you go from the Invicibles to the "In-Troubles"?

Craig Andrew Smith: Arsenal are paying the price for not buying the much needed solid holding midfielder and covering central defender.

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Swansea 2-1 Arsenal

Simon, Cheshunt: Defensively disastrous as usual today, I can't believe that Arsene Wenger can't see Per Mertesacker just isn't fast enough to cope with playing at this level. We need a new direction.

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Portsmouth 2-2 Aldershot

Kevin Kilbane

BBC Sport

"Aldershot were outstanding in the second half. In the first half Portsmouth were dominant but Aldershot changed it up and it was all to the good for them. They definitely deserved the draw, and I think they should have won today. It was such a great FA Cup tie though, enthralling throughout."

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Coventry 1-2 Worcester City

Kevin Kilbane

BBC Sport

"What impressed me most was the tempo Worcester started with - and they had actually continued that for 90 minutes, they were still creating chances at the end. The sending off was a game-changer but Worcester totally deserved that victory.

"Worcester's support was outstanding today. And what about goalscorer Sean Geddes? This was a huge moment for him and the club. You see this happen time and time again - players who can't quite make the grade at the top clubs, they drop down into non-league football and it is a chance for him to establish his career again."

Player reaction

Swansea 2-1 Arsenal

Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, speaking to BBC Sport: "We set up a game plan and it worked well. But we showed a lot of character to come back and the get three points.

"I struck the free-kick beautifully and thankfully it went in. I am enjoying my football at the moment. We enjoy playing at home and we'll see how far we can go this season.

"There was a lot of character and belief in the squad."

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

The FA Cup

Live on the BBC

You can now watch the highlights from the FA Cup first round at the top of the page. Portsmouth's clash with Aldershot is currently on the screen.

Join the debate at #bbcfootball

Noel Fitzpatrick: Credit the middling teams, they have invested and are closer to the Spurs and Arsenals of this world, and the league is better for it.

Aamir: Arsenal can always win the Champions League like Chelsea, do rubbish in the league and perform in Europe. Right Wenger?

Mark Lynch: This season is bonkers. None of Man City, Man United, Arsenal, Spurs or Liverpool know how to defend.

Player reaction

Swansea 2-1 Arsenal

Per Mertesacker
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Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker, speaking to Sky Sports: "The game was completely in our hands. But then we have to play serious football and not make mistakes.

"Anderlecht came back at 3-0 and Swansea came back today from one goal. We have potential, but unless we play that serious football any team will punish us.

"We have to play simple. We think we can do some difficult things, but we need to keep possession. After such a setback as Anderlecht we normally bounce back straight away, but we didn't. We need to work hard on the issues now."

Player reaction on Twitter

Around the grounds

Newcastle goalkeeper

Tim Krul: Great win perfect day all round. Our fans were great. On my way to Amsterdam now,

Newcastle midfielder

Remy Cabella: So happy. Proud.

Ayoze Perez and Fabricio Coloccini got the goals as Newcastle moved up to seventh in the Premier League with a

2-0 win over West Brom earlier today.

Remy Cabella
@remy_cabella

Stoke City goalkeeper

Asmir Begovic: Huge win for us today! Fantastic effort by all. Great support by the fans, safe trip back! Onto international duty now.

Stoke moved into the top half of the Premier League table with a

2-1 victory away to Tottenham earlier today.

Bad start

Swansea 2-1 Arsenal

Arsenal have picked up 17 points from 11 matches, eight fewer than they managed at this stage last season. They have only managed a worse start to a season (11 matches) once before in the Premier League era - in 2012-13.

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Seany Ekon: We had a better season to Chelsea last season. Why now are they way ahead? Identified what they need and got it. Why wait Arsenal?

Osama: The Premier League is truly turning out to be an open league where there are no minnows anymore. Great games all weekend.

Kennth McBride: So Wenger thought Paul Merson criticising his defence against Anderlecht was wrong, or was he right?

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

On BBC Two and online now, Manish Bhasin introduces highlights from the first round of the FA Cup.

Meanwhile, the 48 League One and League Two clubs who enter at this stage will be hoping to avoid being the victim of a giant-killing while harbouring their own dreams of cup glory.

Watch here.

Manager reaction

Swansea 2-1 Arsenal

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, speaking to BBC Sport: "It's disappointing to throw a game away like we did. We were 1-0 up and had to be tight defensively and wait for that second chance. But you have to credit Swansea who didn't give up.

Bafetimbi Gomis
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"Football you can believe anything is possible, any minute you can concede. Bafetimbi Gomis is good in the air and it can happen. You have to accept that Swansea will fight until the last minute. We eased off at 1-0 and let them back into the game.

"Football is down to performances. People can say what they want. We are here to produce performances, and didn't do that right until the end of the game."

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Chris, West Sussex: So Arsenal go into the international break nailed on for Champions League qualification, above Man Utd, Liverpool and Spurs in the league and with our injured players returning. Could be a lot worse!

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606 phone-in

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Arsene Wenger
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Over on BBC Radio 5 live, 606 is in full swing and Ian Wright and Kelly Cates are taking your calls.

Harry, an Arsenal fan, says: "Arsene Wenger can't take Arsenal forward on his own. Something needs to change."

Meanwhile, former Arsenal and England striker Wright says: "If you look at Nacho Monreal and Per Mertesacker, you're going to fancy playing against them."

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Jamie, Lincoln: Arsene Wenger looks totally like a defeated man in his interview. He could barely get out his words.

Steve in Warlingham: Tactical naivety of the highest order from Arsenal. We are a one-trick pony and everyone knows the trick. Wenger seems unable to appreciate that we cannot play the same way, all game every game. Mid-table mediocrity beckons.