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Summary

  1. Saints play Crystal Palace in fourth round
  2. FT: Tottenham 4-2 Burnley (20:00 GMT)
  3. Spurs take on Leicester in next round
  4. FT: Bradford City 4-0 Millwall
  5. Bradford play at Chelsea in fourth round

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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Copa Del Rey

In Spain tonight the main headline is that David Moyes was sent off and

started eating some crisps offered to him by fans.

But tomorrow the big boys are in action. We will have live text of the the Atletico v Real Madrid derby plus Barcelona v Elche. Join us for that one - but that's your lot tonight.

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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Carol Austin: Thanks to Match Of The Day for showing Southampton's 1976 win twice in one show. Happy memories of my childhood!

Bradford 4-0 Millwall

It may be 40 minutes since full-time at Valley Parade but our own Ian Dennis reports that Millwall are still locked in the dressing room with boss Ian Holloway.

We could be on for some entertaining post-match reaction from the Bristolian wordsmith tonight...

Manager reaction

Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "It was a very interesting game. It was a strange game.

"We deserved to go through to the next round. It was key to go in at half-time at 2-2. We fixed something from the tactical situation and scored two goals quickly to decide the game.

"The team has shown character and faith. It's important to grow in the group. I am happy they showed character because that is important."

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino
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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Alan in Devon: Another scintillating Southampton performance. One shot on target all game but they manage another win. Am I missing something here, why is everyone raving about this type of sleep inducing football?

Mark in Berkshire: Strange but it was nice to see Southampton play so poorly yet find a way to win. A sign of a good team?

Andy in Armagh: Southampton have amazing strength and depth considering their team was ripped apart in the summer.

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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Josh Brannan: Not great for Ipswich tonight, I thought this is where they could prove that they deserve promotion.

Manager reaction

Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "It was a good game for the neutral. We came here to win but it was a game of mistakes from us. We've learnt well over the season but tonight there were too many mistakes.

"There were a number of things that didn't go our way but we can't defend like that at key moments. We didn't make good decisions tonight. Eventually if you keep making poor decisions, you get hurt."

Burnley manager Sean Dyche
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Manager reaction

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy speaking to Match Of The Day: "It was a bit of a damp squib. Once they scored we didn't get many chances. We'd love to have made it a bit more of rip-roaring cup tie, but that didn't happen.

"We gave away a soft goal and then didn't create many chances. Southampton are a good team and have the best defensive record in the Premier League. Whenever you lose it's always a dampener but it's not going to throw us off course.

"We're not despondent by any stretch of the imagination. It always makes me laugh when people ask 'are you going to be able to pick the players up?' I played the game and I wasn't that soft when we lost, and my players are the same."

Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

Harry Kane was given a rest tonight but he is still the man all the autograph hunters wanted down in the tunnel area. Kane has hit 18 goals in all competitions this season. In the hunt for young player of the season?

Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

Burnley manager Sean Dyche calls his cup tie at White Hart Lane 'a great game for the neutrals' but admits that it was 'a game of mistakes from my side.'

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

In classic Mick McCarthy style he describes the game as 'a damp squib.'

Full reaction to come.

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy
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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Terry Butcher

Former England and Ipswich defender at Portman Road

"Ipswich will just have to put this behind them now. They have games to look forward to and they can focus on the league and trying to be in the mix for promotion."

Manager reaction

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Southampton boss Ronald Koeman: "We played with very good organisation. It was difficult, it was tough and it was difficult to play out there. There were a lot of long balls and battles and we scored with our first chance.

"We kept another clean sheet and that is important. We were prepared for the game and we showed that.

"Victor Wanyama is a pity. Before the match I spoke to him and told him he would have 45 minutes, and he got injured with 10 seconds of the half left! He will have a scan tomorrow and we will see, but he will be missing for a few weeks.

"It is difficult. I won't necessarily go into the transfer market, I have young lads who we can use."

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Alan Shearer

Former England striker at Portman Road

"Ipswich just lacked quality. They didn't have anyone to get their foot on the ball and make a pass. Southampton didn't have to get out of second gear. That'll be the most disappointing thing for Mick McCarthy."

Player reaction

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Match of the Day

Southampton striker Shane Long speaking to BBC Match Of The Day: "It was a tough game. it was very windy and the pitch was cut up. Ipswich are third in the Championship for a reason and it was hard.

"When you are 1-0 up you have to work harder for the team, I tried to put pressure on their defence. Sometimes when you are on a good run the games keep coming and it's what you want. We've picked up a few injuries but that will give some opportunities to some other players."

Southampton striker Shane Long celebrates
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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Just two efforts on target all night, and Shane Long's instinctive finish proves the difference, Comfortable stuff in the end for the Saints, but how long will Victor Wanyama be out for? That could be a painful legacy.

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Jermaine Jenas

Former England midfielder at Portman Road

"Southampton never really broke sweat for me. Jose Fonte organised things at the back and Shane Long ran his socks off up front."

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Portman Road: "The Ipswich players are receiving a rousing round of applause from the home support. They may not have been blistering tonight, but they were not outclassed by a good Premier League side.

"Southampton's players give a quick wave to the travelling support before heading down the tunnel - job done for them."

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Terry Butcher

Former England and Ipswich defender at Portman Road

"It wasn't pretty and it's a bit disappointing that in front of a big crowd and the TV cameras Ipswich fall flat."

FULL-TIME

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

BBC News School Report

BBC News School Reporters Alex and Sam from Holbrook Academy in Suffolk, who are in the crowd at Portman Road, have not given up on Ipswich's hopes of a winning season just yet.

They say: "Ipswich didn't really show their best to the nation tonight. Onwards and upwards in the league!"

School Report is a BBC project helping secondary school pupils around the UK to make their own news.

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Bradford 4-0 Millwall

Millwall fan and BBC radio presenter Danny Baker on

Twitter: "BBC: Millwall part company with Ian Holloway. (This has not happened just yet but I might not be about when it does so cut out & keep, eh?)"

To clarify: Ian Holloway has NOT been sacked. Yet.

FULL-TIME

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Southampton see it through, they now face Crystal palace in round four. After last night's classic, a rather drab evening in Suffolk.

Southampton boss Ronald Koeman
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FULL-TIME

Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

A hurricane of goals even without Harry Kane. Spurs through and will face Leicester.

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Anyone ordered some late drama? THREE MINUTES added on.

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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Dave in Bedford: Getting a little fed up of the repeated references to the lack of quality shown by Ipswich, and the implication that it somehow reflects so positively on the Premier League versus Championship. How much more has the Southampton squad cost to assemble? £50m to £100m more? In fact aren't Ipswich renowned for having spent next to nothing? And what's the score? Only 0-1 after a replay isn't it? Ipswich may not have created much, but neither have Southampton.

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Mick McCarthy is not a happy man - he knows his side have served up a second flat performance inside a week, both at home too. The unforgiving Championship season still has plenty of twists and turns to come, can Mick guide his side back into the top flight?

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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Lee Allen: Can't win really. People complained about an all-Premier League tie losing the 'magic' of the FA Cup so BBC show Championship v Premier League and still people complain!

Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

You never really know what you're going to get with Spurs these days, but the side who rampaged through Chelsea just a few games ago have found their scoring touch after a shocking start to seemingly book a place in round four.

They will be at home to Leicester if they see out the last few minutes without a major shock.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche and Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino
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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender at Portman Road

"Ipswich's set-pieces haven't even been that great tonight. Apart from that offside goal there's not been a real glaring opportunity."

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

It is a great beard Ian, we are agreed on that. On the field, not so great tonight. At least tickets were only a tenner eh?

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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

George Thorpe: Ipswich have lacked a cutting edge, but to be fair Southampton have snuffed out anything in or around their penalty area tonight.

Pippa Jordan: Mario Balotelli could learn a thing or two from Shane Long's performance tonight.

Ian Emery: The only thing that's impressed me about this match is the beard on the Ipswich goalkeeper.

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Yet another head injury at Portman Road, but Shane Long is able to dust himself down. We are into the last 10 minutes.

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Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

Dan in Bedford: Make sure you credit the 2,500 Spurs fans who went up to Burnley on the first day back at work as well then.

FULL-TIME

Bradford 4-0 Millwall

As comfortable as it gets for Bradford, who now travel to Chelsea in the fourth round. Job very well done.

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Tyrone Mings leaves one on Fraser Forster as the keeper claims a bouncing ball. Letting him know he's there.

But Ipswich aren't really letting Southampton know there are there. It's all been a bit tame from the hosts. Most unlike Mick MCCarthy's sides.

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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Alan Murphy: Ok, the other games have goals but Ipswich v Saints is an FA Cup nerve jangler.

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Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Nathan in Birmingham: Jose Fonte has been immense tonight. It's unbelievable he's been promoted twice with Southampton, now he's helping the Saints keeping clean sheets for fun.

Southampton defender Jose Fonte
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CLOSE!

Tottenham 4-2 Burnley

Tottenham's wide men have impressed tonight, and substitute Nacer Chadli puts three Burnley defenders on the deck with a mazy run down the left before picking out Etienne Capoue on the edge of the box, This time his drive is well blocked though. Spurs closing in on a place in round four.

Ipswich 0-1 Southampton

Steve Wilson

BBC Match of the Day commentator at Portman Road

"It's been a disappointing 75 minutes for Ipswich, but there's 15 minutes left to change that. Maybe Southampton will rue the chances to put this game to bed."