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Summary

  1. Derby County v Man Utd (19:55 GMT)
  2. FA Cup news conferences
  3. Sunderland agree Khazri fee
  4. Former Man Utd captain Vidic retires
  5. Your club's best January signings #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Matt Davis and Mike Minay

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good evening

    That's your lot from Sportsday, but fear not because there is a Friday kick-off to keep you going.

    And what a match we have in store.

    Manchester United travel to Derby in the FA Cup fourth-round at 19:55 GMT.

    You can watch the game on BBC One with coverage starting at 19.30 GMT.

    Or you can listen on Radio 5 live from 19:55 GMT.

    And....you can even follow live text updates on the BBC Sport website.

    Good night and enjoy.

  2. Lawro's predictions

    Derby County v Manchester United (19:55 GMT)

    Mark Lawrenson

    Ex-Liverpool defender

    Derby have hit a bit of a rocky patch in the Championship with no wins in their past five league games but I still do not think this will be easy for Manchester United.

    A lot will depend on the team that Louis van Gaal puts out but I just do not see United going there and rolling the Rams over.

    Derby are a good side by Championship standards - they will be very competitive, they will play at a high tempo and they will cause United some problems.

    Lawro's prediction: 1-1 (United to win the replay)

  3. Match facts

    Derby County v Manchester United (19:55 GMT)

    Cristiano Ronaldo
    • Derby have lost all six meetings against Manchester United in the FA Cup - most recently a 4-1 fifth-round defeat in February 2009
    • They knocked United's predecessors Newton Heath out of the competition in 1896 and 1897
    • Derby have only won three of the last 19 meetings in all competitions (D5, L11)
  4. FA Cup fourth round commentaries

    Football

    So, can Derby cause an upset tonight by beating Manchester United?

    You can follow all the action of this game and of every FA Cup fourth round game over the weekend with exclusive online commentaries from BBC Radio 5 live our local radio stations here.

    BBC local radio
  5. Canine confusion

    Derby County v Manchester United (19:55 GMT)

    You can watch the game live on BBC 1 from 19:30 GMT and follow it on the BBC Sport website.

  6. Team news

    Derby County v Manchester United (19:55 GMT)

    Derby head coach Paul Clement has no fresh injury concerns, with long-term absentees Max Lowe, Craig Forsyth and Will Hughes still unavailable.

    Midfielder Michael Carrick could return for Manchester United after four games out with a knee injury. However, defender Matteo Darmian is ruled out having been hospitalised with a rib injury last weekend, while Bastian Schweinsteiger and Phil Jones remain sidelined.

  7. Commentator's notes

    Derby County v Manchester United (19:55 GMT)

    Steve Wilson

    BBC Match of the Day commentator

    The FA Cup could be a welcome distraction for both sides as the prospect of 'concentrating on the league' is not appealing just now.

    While Louis van Gaal is being castigated for a run of two Premier League victories in the last 10 games and trying to keep a lid on a simmering Old Trafford revolt, life has not been much easier for Paul Clement.

    Derby were top of the Championship on Boxing Day, but two points from five games since then has left them fifth.

    There's one very big difference though: Clement knows he can afford to lose this game - Van Gaal will not be so sure.

  8. Faltering form

    Derby County v Manchester United (19:55 GMT)

    We turn our attention to tonight's FA Cup fourth-round tie as Manchester United visit Championship side Derby.

    A match that could have some significance for manager Louis van Gaal, who admitted defeat could get him sacked.

    Graphic
  9. Khazri has an eye for goal

    Football

    Sunderland are closing in on the signing of Wahbi Khazri after Bordeaux claimed they have agreed a fee for the 24-year-old.

    And looking at his stats, it seems a wise investment.

    Opta report that the Tunisia midfielder was involved in 26 goals for Bordeaux since 2014/15, with 14 goals and 12 assists, more than any other Bordeaux player.  

  10. Bravo joins Surrey for T20

    Cricket

    West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo will play for Surrey in this summer's T20 Blast competition.

    The 32-year-old will join the county in June, and play alongside Sri Lanka batting star Kumar Sangakkara.

    "He’s played with great success wherever he’s been so to secure his services is a great coup for us," said director of cricket Alex Stewart.

    Dwayne Bravo
  11. Table football tips

    Ever wondered how you could be a world class table football player?

    Well wonder no more.

    CBBC's MOTD Kickabout host Ben Shires took on one of the UK's top table football players and got some tips on how to improve your skills. Watch the clip here.

    table tennis
  12. Ten Doeschate & Bopara to skipper Essex

    Cricket

    Ravi Bopara and Ryan Ten Doeschate

    Essex have named Ryan ten Doeschate as their new captain for County Championship, with Ravi Bopara leading the team in limited-overs matches.

    Ten Doeschate, 35, steps up from limited-overs skipper to replace James Foster, while England all-rounder Bopara, 30, takes on captaincy responsibility for the first time.

    "Ravi wants to be a captain. He's reached the stage of his life where he wants to be a leader on the field and that's exactly what he's going to get the opportunity to do," said head coach Chris Silverwood.

  13. Blackburn sign Charlton's Watt

    Football

    The 22-year-old striker, who spent time on loan at Cardiff earlier this season, scored the winner when Celtic beat Barcelona 2-1 in the Champions League in 2012. 

  14. Test of knowledge

    Football

    A Question of Sport Teaser

    Earlier we asked you to name the four team in FA Cup fourth-round action this weekend whose name begins with the letter 'C'. The answer... Carlisle United, Chelsea, Colchester United and Crystal Palace.

  15. Vidic retires from football

    Football

    Robin van Persie is the latest former Manchester United player to pay tribute to Nemanja Vidic.

    On Instagram he posted: "Its been an honor and a pleasure to have played with such a champion and professional! You would definitely be in my all time best XI."

    Robin van Persie
  16. Superleague ready for big launch

    Netball

    England's domestic netball season gets under way on Saturday with a showpiece event featuring all eight teams at Birmingham's Genting Arena.

    The 2016 Superleague campaign is being billed as the best and closest in its 10-year history.

    BBC Sport takes a closer look at what to expect this year. Read more here.

    Sara Bayman Manchester Thunder
  17. UK stage route of World Triathlon announced

    Triathlon

    Alistair Brownlee

    The fifth stage of the nine-part World Triathlon series will be held here in the UK over the weekend of 11th-12th June and will take place in Leeds it has been announced today. 

    Famous British twin triathlete's Jonathan and Alistair Brownlee will be happy with that, they're from Dewsbury, just 15 miles down the road. 

  18. Judy's text

    Australian Open

    BBC Breakfast

    Judy Murray has revealed she found out by text message that her son Andy had got through to the Australian Open final.

    Watch the interview here.

    judy murray
  19. Tightened security for Six Nations

    Rugby Union

    Stade de France on the night of the Paris attacks

    Following last November's Paris attacks, security will be increased at the Stade de France when France take on Italy in the Six Nations on 6 February.

    There will be 'strict controls for fans' in place with gates open two hours prior to kick off. You can read the full article here

  20. Bradford sign Thomas on loan

    Football

    Birmingham City striker Wes Thomas has joined League One side Bradford on a three-month loan deal. The 29-year-old could make his debut against Fleetwood on Saturday.