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By Jamie Lillywhite and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Murray eases through

    Tennis

    Andy Murray and Sam Groth

    Andy Murray was up against the fastest serving man in history at the Australian Open on Thursday. But the number two seed brushed aside the challenge of Australian Sam Groth, rapidly claiming the first nine games and winning 6-0 6-4 6-1 in 90 minutes.

    In the last 32, the Scot will face Portugal's Joao Sousa for the third time in four years.  

  2. Football Daily podcast

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Mark Pougatch is joined by Pat Nevin and David Pleat to bring you reaction from the FA Cup third-round replays, as Liverpool see off League Two’s Exeter 3-0, and Tottenham comfortably beat Leicester 2-0. 

    Fans debate the form of Liverpool striker Christian Benteke, and there is discussion of the transfer rumours linking Shane Long to Liverpool, and Alexandre Pato to Chelsea.

    You can listen or download the podcast here

  3. FA Cup draw

    Football

    Now that the third round has been completed, here's the revised fourth-round draw...

    Friday, 29 January

    Derby v Manchester United

    Saturday, 30 January

    Arsenal v Burnley, Bury v Hull City, Colchester v Tottenham, Crystal Palace v Stoke City, Bolton v Leeds United, Liverpool v West Ham, Reading v Walsall, Portsmouth v Bournemouth, Nottingham Forest v Watford, Oxford United v Blackburn, Shrewsbury v Sheffield Wednesday, West Brom v Peterborough, Aston Villa v Manchester City

    Sunday, 1 February

    Carlisle v Everton, MK Dons v Chelsea   

  4. FA Cup highlights

    Football

    A reminder that UK users can watch highlights of the FA Cup third round in our comprehensive video package.

  5. Trescothick steps down as skipper

    Cricket

    Marcus Trescothick

    Former England opener Marcus Trescothick has relinquished the captaincy at Somerset. 

    The 40-year-old has been at the helm since 2010 but has agreed to step down for the 2016 season, with Australia batsman Chris Rogers taking over the role in the County Championship and Jim Allenby leading the club in limited-overs cricket. 

    "I will be giving Chris and Jim my unconditional support, as well as focusing on scoring as many runs as I can in the season ahead," said Trescothick, who has made over 23,000 first-class runs. 

  6. Thursday's back pages

    The Daily Mirror feature both Liverpool and Tottenham, with Heung-Min Son scoring one and creating the other as Spurs beat Leicester 2-0 at the King Power Stadium.

    Daily Mirror
  7. Thursday's back pages

    The Guardian lead with Liverpool but also feature the world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic rubbishing claims of match fixing.

    The Guardian
  8. Thursday's back pages

    The Daily Telegraph focuses on a youthful Liverpool team's 3-0 victory over Exeter in the FA Cup replay. 

    Daily Telegraph
  9. Thursday's back pages

    The Sun report that West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace will demand £30m for his England international striker Saido Berahino, having rejected previous bids from Chelsea, Tottenham and Newcastle

    The Sun
  10. Welcome

    Hello and welcome along to another Sportsday, we'll have tennis and golf updates and we'll be hearing from seven Premier League managers during the day but let's have a look at what some of the papers are reporting on Thursday.