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Summary

  1. Gerrard header and stunning free-kick
  2. Akinfenwa levelled from close range
  3. FT: Burnley 1-1 Tottenham
  4. Chadli opens scoring, Burnley's Vokes levels
  5. Cambridge Utd draw Man Utd in 4th round

Live Reporting

By Emlyn Begley and Andy Cryer

All times stated are UK

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  1. Coming up

    Just two more FA Cup third round ties left to play - except those who need to battle it out in a replay of course.

    Everton entertain West Ham tomorrow night in an all-Premier League tie, while League One sides Scunthorpe and Chesterfield play each other for a fourth-round place.

    You can follow live text of both games on the BBC Sport website as well as commentary on BBC Radio Live from Goodison Park. You can also follow all the reaction to tonight's games, the draw and any transfer news on BBC Sportsday from 08:00 GMT.

    For me though, I bid you farewell. It's been a pleasure.

  2. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

    Stats

    There was a lot less action at Turf Moor. At half time, neither side had managed a shot on or off target, so at least it got a bit better after the break.

  3. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    sTATS

    There was certainly plenty of action at AFC Wimbledon this evening. Liverpool, as expected, had the better chances but the League Two side gave them a scare. A cracking FA Cup third round tie. Bolton at Anfield in the next round.

  4. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Steven Gerrard

    A question you expect will be asked by many for the remainder of the season.

  5. Text us on 81111

    Paul Banbridge on text: To Fran @ 22:00 - suuussshhhh! That's just silly it's not one nor the other! Brendan proved last season he is the manager to take us forward.

  6. Player reaction

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa: "Liverpool kept the ball and kept it well. That is more running than I've done in my career. We can go away with our heads held high.

    "I like the hustle and bustle, it is the chasing the midfielders back that I don't like. I'm disappointed with the result as a draw would have been cool and to go back to Anfield. We lost to a piece of magic from Steven Gerrard. But Liverpool know they were in a game today."

  7. Manager reaction

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Neal Ardley, AFC Wimbledon

    AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley: "In the first 25 minutes we looked nervous. They took me too literally about our shape but when we grew in the game and in confidence we caused them problems. In the first half, we had all of the best chances but they have some good players on the counter-attack and in the last 20 minutes we run out of legs and they had a lot of chances. I've told the players they have done the club proud but also they should kick themselves because we are in the business of winning and not being good losers."

  8. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    James: If Wimbledon won it would've been Heskey vs Akinfenwa in the next round... That would be a real battle!

    Hamza_15: Been an AFC Wimbledon supporter my whole life and I've never been this proud of them.

    Ciaran: Can't wait to see King Emile Heskey back at Anfield.

  9. Manager reaction

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "It was a game of very few chances. They made seven changes and had a team only £130m worth. It was a lacklustre game, with little atmosphere. We did everything to try and get a result.

    "The massive plus is Sam Vokes getting a goal on his recovery. He is on his way back to full fitness. Our mentality is solid and our physicality is outstanding."

  10. Manager reaction

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "The first half was difficult and poor. But the second half was a turnaround. We scored and the game was ours but you never give up and they got back in the game. I am disappointed because we have to play another game. We have a lot of games ahead.

    "Amazing support from our fans. Thank you very much."

  11. Scottish football latest

    Celtic celebrate

    Celtic are now within a point of Scottish Premiership leaders Aberdeen and have a game in hand following a convincing 2-0 win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. Kris Commons was the key player for Celtic, tormenting the home defence and peppering Craig Samson's goal with shots and twice hitting the crossbar. Aberdeen can move further ahead on Saturday if they win away to St Mirren while Celtic opt to take a one-match winter break.

  12. Manager reaction

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Brendan Rodgers

    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers told BBC Sport: "It was a very tough game, congratulations to AFC Wimbledon - they made it very difficult.

    "We started well like we'd want to, controlling the game but then we lost our shape within the game. And we presented them chances by giving the ball away.

    "We adapted at half-time but we still had to defend all the way through to the end. The physicality always puts you under pressure - they have good delivery. The ball came into the box consistently and of course that can be a threat. You'll never be overly comfortable in those situations.

    "I've got to give a lot of testament to my players - they showed a lot of character. In the second half, we should have had two or three more goals."

  13. Text us on 81111

    Fran on text: Steven Gerrard is amazing. He should continue to play for Liverpool. What are the management team thinking of....... There is one who needs to depart and his name is Brendan Rodgers.

  14. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Emile Heskey

    So Liverpool will be hosting Championship Bolton in the FA Cup fourth round. Emile Heskey's return to Anfield - he couldn't, could he?

  15. Goals, goals, goals

    Don't forget you can watch all of tonight's goals by clicking on the highlights tab at the top of this live text. They are also here. Enjoy.

  16. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Former England international Trevor Sinclair: Congrats and unlucky to Neal Ardley and @AFCWimbledon, fantastic effort to be very proud of

    Philip Matejtschuk: huge credit to AFC Wimbledon that only difference between plucky League2 side and "Premiership quality" was Steven Gerrard

  17. Player reaction

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard: "I always enjoy the FA Cup. I've grown up loving the competition. It is going to be my last time so I want to go all the way. This is the beauty of the FA Cup, form goes out of the window. Wimbledon were honest and gave us a real test.

    "If I wasn't here playing for this team I would be in the stands watching. I know what it means to the supporters and that is why I try to give it my best. We have to take each game as it comes. Bolton in the next round will be a difficult test. Winning this competition is what dreams are made of and hopefully that will be the case."

    Incidentally, Gerrard will be 35 on Cup final day...

  18. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    BBC

    Fair to say Steven Gerrard was all over the place this evening. The Liverpool skipper had 69 touches, most of them in the attacking half as the graphic above shows, and scored both of Liverpool's goals. A decent night's work.

  19. Text us on 81111

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Simon in Belfast: For those asking how Liverpool will manage without Gerrard, this time last week when he was rested they had their best performance since they beat Spurs in August, demolishing Swansea 4-1.

  20. Post update

    Match of the Day's Alan Shearer

    "It was a great cup tie, it had everything. There were chances at both ends. How many times have we said Steven Gerrard has dragged Liverpool by the scruff of the neck. Without a doubt for me, he was man of the match. He gives Liverpool more the further forward you push him. He knows where to go and what positions to take up."

  21. MAN OF THE MATCH

    Steven Gerrard

    Steven Gerrard

    No surprises really... two-goal Liverpool hero Steven Gerrard has won the vote to be named man of the match. Where would the Reds have been without him tonight? Gerrard received 65% of the vote, while AFC Wimbledon's Sean Rigg and Adam Barrett polled 23% and 12% respectively.

  22. Text us on 81111

    Anthony, Bromley: Great effort from Spurs fans. 2500 on a Monday night in Burnley and 1st day back at work for many.

  23. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "If anyone doubts it, this proves there is still magic left in the FA Cup. The excitement, atmosphere and spirit has been absolutely superb."

  24. FULL-TIME

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    A tremendous effort from League Two AFC Wimbledon but, ultimately, not good enough to beat Liverpool and Steven Gerrard. Where would the Reds be without their skipper? I guess we will find out soon.

    Great drama.

  25. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "AFC Wimbledon would have been looking at a replay at least if not for Steven Gerrard but the minutes are ticking away now."

  26. CLOSE!

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Simon Mignolet

    Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet collects the ball. On the break the Reds almost score again as Steven Gerrard's effort is cleared off the line by Callum Kennedy.

  27. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Simon Mignolet scrambles the ball out for a corner with Adebayo Azeez waiting to tap home.

  28. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Free-kick to AFC Wimbledon deep inside their own half. Time to punt it long.

  29. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Another Liverpool corner as Callum Kennedy stops Mario Balotelli from scoring from close range. Three minutes of injury time signalled.

  30. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Lucas Leiva battles for the ball

    Liverpool keeping possession to frustrate the hosts.

  31. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Corner to Liverpool but they leave five men back.

  32. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Time running out for the underdogs. Will they get another chance? Three minutes left now.

  33. Scottish latest

    Celtic are cruising to three Premiership points at Kilmarnock as they try to catch leaders Aberdeen by winning their games in hand. Stefan Scepovic pokes home an Efe Ambrose headed knock-down from a corner kick to double the visitors' lead at Rugby Park and few observers would fancy hesitant Killie to come back to earn a point or more. There are only 10 minutes left.

  34. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    A defensive move by Liverpool as Kolo Toure replaces Lazar Markovic. Holding on to what they have?

  35. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

    Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra at Turf Moor

    Sam Vokes

    "I think it's a fair result overall. Spurs started well in the second half but as the game wore on Burnley got more confidence. Vokes got a good goal. Once they took Ings off, though, they did not look a threat. It is probably a replay neither wanted but one they will take nonetheless."

  36. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    At the other end Lazar Marlovic has a strike saved by the busy James Shea after another four-on-two breaks for the Reds.

  37. CLOSE!

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Home substitute Adebayo Azeez has a shot deflected by Martin Skrtel. That was going in.

  38. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Seven minutes left at AFC Wimbledon. Can they?

  39. FULL-TIME

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

    Harry Kane

    These two teams will have to play again for the right to entertain Leicester in the fourth round.

  40. Close!

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Philippe Coutinho should seal the win for Liverpool after being played in on goal by Steven Gerrard. Coutinho's side footed shot from seven yards is easy for goalkeeper James Shea to divert wide.

  41. Text us on 81111

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Steven Gerrard

    Chris Hokywell in North Wales: You obviously don't watch lfc much, gerrard been average for a year and a half?? We don't play afc Wimbledon every week!!!

    David in Warrington: Stick Gerrard in front of the back four and he looks 34. Stick him begin the striker and he looks 24.

    Jim on a train: Please, please, please persuade Stevie G to stay.

  42. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

    Into the last few minutes at Turf Moor, where 9,348 supporters - including 2,494 Tottenham fans - are in attendance. They will hope the replay - if there is one - provides better entertainment.

  43. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Mario Balotelli

    Mario Balotelli replaces Rickie Lambert for Liverpool. Entering the last 10 minutes.

  44. MAN OF THE MATCH VOTE

    Vote

    Who has been your man of the match tonight? Do you think Steven Gerrard's two goals win him the award? Or maybe you think AFC Wimbledon's Adam Barrett or Sean Rigg should pick up some champers. Either way, get voting now at the top of this page.

  45. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

    Sam Vokes' equaliser for Burnley was his first goal since March having been out for nine months with a knee injury. A big moment for Burnley's Premier League campaign?

  46. Calling Liverpool, Newcastle & Cambridge fans

    BBC Radio 5 live

    It's your chance to speak to former Arsenal defender Martin Keown and presenter Mark Pougatch on the 5 live football social, straight after the final whistle at Wimbledon. Tonight we're asking:

    • Liverpool fans - how far away are you from solving your problems this season?
    • Newcastle supporters - what do you make of Alan Shearer's comments that it's "unbelievably disappointing" the club prioritise their league status and "don't want to be in" the cup competitions for long?
    • Cambridge fans - what do you make of your dream fourth-round tie against Manchester United?

    Call 0500 909 693, text 85058 or tweet @bbc5live

  47. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Martin Skrtel heads clear the delivery and as the ball is sent back into the box, the visitors again deal with it.

  48. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Chance for AFC Wimbledon to get the ball into the box as they are awarded a free-kick 40 yards out. The big men are up...

  49. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "Liverpool are fortunate they've got Steven Gerrard as his two bits of quality have been the difference between the sides - not much else. Their passing has been a bit better, you'd expect that, but AFC Wimbledon have had the best clear-cut chances.

    "Can they find an extra yard of pace or brilliant pass or wonder goal to get back in this tie?"

  50. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool

    Is there going to be a last push form AFC Wimbledon? Liverpool are coasting at the moment but, with 15 minutes left, plenty of time for things to change.

  51. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

    It looks like Spurs and Burnley could be heading for a replay at Turf Moor. Neither side creating much with less than 10 minutes remaining.

  52. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Ambitious from Steven Gerrard. His 35-yard free-kick has goalkeeper James Shea scrambling across goal but it is wide. Twenty minutes for the host to get back in this.

    "Too far," says Danny Murphy on BBC Match of the Day.

  53. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Steven Gerrard

    Steven Gerrard is causing AFC Wimbledon all sorts of problems. The Liverpool man is picking the ball up in space and driving at a tiring defence. Hat trick anyone?

  54. Great save

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper James Shea does well to block Rickie Lambert's shot from 10 yards with his feet but the ex-Southampton man should do better. He is put through on goal by a marauding Steven Gerrard. Looks like LA Galaxy have got themselves some player...

  55. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Neil Halliwell: Where on earth would we be without Gerrard?!

    Henry Hall: This just shows how badly Liverpool will play without Steven Gerrard. He's their saviour.

    Rob Gould: Remind me again why we aren't doing everything possible to keep Stevie Gerrard??

  56. Post update

    All to play for in both ties. Into the last 15 minutes at Turf Moor and 23 minutes left at AFC Wimbledon.

  57. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

    Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra at Turf Moor

    "Now we have a real game on. It is such a transformation from the first half. We have seen two really good goals from crosses."

  58. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    AFC Wimbledon almost level instantly as Dannie Bulman fires over from 20 yards. The hosts are still in this.

  59. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "Steven Gerrard's set plays have been brilliant for a long time. When he stands over one you kind of expect it to hit the back of the net. The wall does jump, it takes a real technician to be able to get it over the wall and in the goal. It's those big moments we're so used to seeing."

  60. GOAL

    Burnley 1-1 Tottenham - Sam Vokes (73 mins)

    Sam Vokes

    Kieran Trippier crosses the ball from the right and substitute Sam Vokes side foots into the net from inside the penalty area for his first goal of the season.

  61. GOAL

    AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool - Steven Gerrard (62 mins)

    Steven Gerrard

    Brilliant from the Liverpool skipper. Steven Gerrard may have announced he is leaving the club in the summer but his importance to the Reds still can't be ignored. Hi curling free-kick ends up in the top corner.

    Steven Gerrard
  62. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "Barry Fuller has been brilliant tonight. He was a tad late against a very clever Philippe Coutinho turn. He didn't need to dive in."

  63. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Free-kick to Liverpool on the edge of the penalty area as Philippe Coutinho is downed by Barry Fuller. Chance...

  64. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Will Margerum: Loving the lower league spirit from the team and fans in Wimbledon. Wish we had something like that here in the US

    Tommy: Emre Can cost how much? Don't care if he's not a centre back, he's had a shocker

    The German cost a reported £9.75m

  65. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "AFC Wimbledon are playing much higher up the pitch. It's whether they can keep this intensity up. I've been really impressed by the quality of their crosses tonight."

  66. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Stats

    Liverpool may have had a lot of the ball but Wimbledon are threatening their goal as much as the visitors are threatening theirs. Thirty minutes left.

  67. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at AFC Wimbledon

    Sean Rigg

    "Wimbledon still pressing and Liverpool still looking shaky at the back.

    "Like Manchester United at Yeovil yesterday, Liverpool need to find a piece of Premier League class from somewhere that will stop their League Two opponents in their tracks."

  68. Penalty appeal

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    A penalty appeal for Liverpool as a cross hits Barry Fuller's arm inside the penalty area, with Steven Gerrard waiting. The defender wasn't looking at the ball and it would have been very, very harsh.

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy agrees. "He completely lost his bearings, I don't think that's a penalty. Although some referees would give it."

  69. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 live's Martin Keown

    "Liverpool keep getting forced back. This surface isn't great, it's a bit bobbly. They're reluctant to go to the front man. They're not playing with confidence - they seem wary."

  70. Post update

    Burnley 0-1 Tottenham

    Into the last 30 minutes at Turf Moor and the hosts don't look like getting back in the game. Spurs are well on top.

  71. CLOSE!

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Philippe Coutinho

    A great chance for Philippe Coutinho. The Liverpool man advances down the left, cuts inside, but blasts his shot across goal and wide.

  72. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "Liverpool should be playing some diagonal balls to Rickie Lambert and getting some runners off him.

    "Sean Rigg has been the best player on the pitch so far with his running and his quality."

  73. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Jordan Henderson has a goal-bound shot blocked by his own man Javi Manquillo in front of goal. But it is the hosts doing most of the pressing.

  74. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Ex-Wimbledon player Lawrie Sanchez on BBC Match of the Day: "For all Liverpool's possession the best chances have been to AFC. Once they get the ball in the box, Liverpool struggle. The only thing I would say to manager Neal Ardley is pressurise the Liverpool centre-backs more."

  75. CLOSE!

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Sean Rigg

    Steven Gerrard goes down in the box... penalty? No. Just a little tangle and the midfielder gets to his feet without appealing for a spot-kick. At the other end, Sean Rigg drives into the box but his angled shot flies over the bar.

  76. Post update

    Burnley 0-1 Tottenham

    Tottenham are very much in the ascendancy now. Paulinho fires a shot from the edge of the box but it is blocked by the legs of a Burnley defender. Spurs have really upped their game since the break and Burnley are struggling to match them.

  77. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    So close to AFC Wimbledon taking the lead. A right-wing corner is headed powerfully towards goal by Gillingham loanee Adam Barrett but Steven Gerrard is on hand to head off the line. Liverpool can't cope with the hosts' aerial power.

  78. GOAL

    Burnley 0-1 Tottenham - Nacer Chadli (56 mins)

    Nacer Chadli

    All too easy for the visitors. Ben Davies advances down the right and his cross is converted from the penalty spot by Nacer Chadli.

    Nacer Chadli
  79. Scottish latest

    Emilio Izaguirre

    Half-time in Scotland - Kilmarnock 0-1 Celtic. Celtic made the breakthrough after 36 minutes at Rugby Park, having previously hit the woodwork twice through Kris Commons. The Honduran full-back Emilio Izaguirre surged in to the Kilmarnock box and got on the end of a pass by Stefan Johansen and lashed past Craig Samson in the home goal. Killie need to be much more ambitious if they are to get anything from this match.

    You can follow the action on our Scottish live text.

  80. KICK-OFF

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Is this going to be one of the FA Cup shocks? We are about to find out. Game on.

  81. FA Cup draw reaction

    Cambridge United

    Cambridge United head coach Richard Money, reflecting on his side's FA Cup fourth-round draw against Manchester United: "It's a game to look forward to and reward for everyone's hard work at the club. Everyone's suffered during nine years out of the Football League but a lot of people have worked hard and now we've got a draw like this. We're delighted."

  82. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Ex-Wimbledon and AFC striker Marcus Gayle on BBC Match of the Day: "Adebayo Akinfenwa is causing problems. The referee isn't giving him an opportunity to get his game going.

    "There is a way of playing against Akinfenwa, the Liverpool players are making a meal every time they're around him putting in the referee's mind that it's a foul when half the time it isn't.

    "We've got a great game on our hands at the moment. It shows far the club have come."

  83. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Burnley's first shot of the game as Danny Ings sends n effort from 20 yards straight at goalkeeper Michel Vorm.

  84. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    AFC Wimbledon manager Neil Ardley looks animated in his half-time team talk. He is waving his arms around and looks as though he really fancies an upset. We have an interesting second half ahead. Liverpool fans may want to follow from behind the sofa...

  85. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    BBC

    Not a bad conversion rate from Adebayo Akinfenwa. AFC Wimbledon's striker touched the ball twice inside the penalty area, as shown above, and scored once. Deadly stuff from the big man.

  86. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Former Wimbledon keeper Dave Beasant on Match of the Day: "Simon Mignolet knows he's going to come under pressure with bodies. He needs to get a fist on it but he tries to grab it with both hands. He makes no contact with it.

    "He's been brought back into the team earlier than they wanted to because of the injury to Brad Jones. His defence aren't giving him a great deal of confidence."

  87. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Tottenham start the second half as though they mean business as substitute Harry Kane scuffs a shot wide from 20 yards. More action in the first few minutes of this half than the entire first half.

  88. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Federico Fazio

    A shot at Turf Moor - the first of the game. Roberto Soldado sees his strike from the edge of the penalty area deflected wide and the corner comes to nothing. Federico Fazio then heads at Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton.

  89. KICK-OFF - AND KANE'S ON

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Game on again at Turf Moor as Tottenham bring on top scorer Harry Kane for Benjamin Stambouli. The striker has scored six goals in the last six games and 16 in all competitions.

  90. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at AFC Wimbledon

    AFC Wimbledon and Liverpool battle for the ball

    "From being in cruise control, Liverpool ended the first half rattled and under pressure. AFC Wimbledon have had a good look at Liverpool's defence and they like what they see."

  91. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Alan Shearer

    "Liverpool controlled the game for the first 20 or 25 minutes. The wing-backs were given the freedom of the pitch.

    "Then AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley told his players to press up higher and make Liverpool kick it long. That's when they got their reward. It's been a great fightback. Liverpool can't handle the long ball into the box, they can't defend."

  92. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Match stats
  93. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Michael Louw: Evidence that Spurs need a forward. Kane is immense but Soldado and Adebayor simply don't offer anything. Chequebook time!

  94. HALF-TIME

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    A snarl from Brendan Rodgers on the touchline with his Liverpool side suddenly left with a lot of work to do. A comfortable opening 30 minutes turned into a difficult last 15. AFC Wimbledon will be buzzing inside the changing rooms.

    Jordan Henderson sends a shot out of the ground as the half-time whistle blows.

  95. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Liverpool pushing to retake the lead but Rickie Lambert is unable to divert a header towards goal from close range as he is crowded out. One minute of injury time signalled.

  96. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 live's Martin Keown

    "Suddenly that goal energises you. The fans are starting to believe, can there be an upset? You can feel it in the ground."

  97. Text us on 81111

    James in London: Brilliant from the Beast! Is Roy Hodgson watching?

    Mo, Manchester: I seriously think Rodgers draws players out of a hat. More of a field and hope situation. And seriously it's taken 3 years but maybe someone should mention a defensive coach or set piece tactician.

  98. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Andrew Mather: YES! It's him, A-KIN-FEN-WAAAA

    Matt Barker: Get in Wimbledon! Come on, go on and win this now!

    James: Liverpool really need a new goalie - time to break bank and go for Petr Cech

  99. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at AFC Wimbledon

    AFC Wimbledon's goal

    "Liverpool's season summed up in a few seconds there - dreadful defending at a set piece and weak goalkeeping from Simon Mignolet - and a goal conceded. Wimbledon have got the taste for this FA Cup third round tie."

  100. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    So League Two AFC Wimbledon, who were in football's ninth tier in 2002, are drawing with five-time European champions Liverpool and more than holding their own.

    When you talk about FA Cup shocks, this could become the one of the greatest. Into the last five minutes of the first half.

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    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Stats

    A thriller at Turf Moor....

  102. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "We can't say they haven't deserved it in the last 10 minutes. Again it's from a set play, it's a good ball in but Simon Mignolet struggles and Adebayo Akinfenwa is first to the rebound. It's not good enough from the keeper, he needs to command."

  103. HALF-TIME

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra at Turf Moor

    "Tottenham probably the more comfortable in possession and Burnley the more direct but no shots on target and no shots off target. Tells you all you need to know."

  104. GOAL

    AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Liverpool - Adebayo Akinfenwa (36 mins)

    Adebayo Akinfenwa

    Incredible scenes. The home crowd are going wild as AFC Wimbledon conclude a promising last five minutes with an equaliser. A corner comes in from the left, bounces off Mamadou Sakho and loops up onto the bar. Adebayo Akinfenwa is on hand to prod the rebound home, beating Simon Mignolet to the ball. Liverpool suddenly look rattled. Cupset anyone?

    Adebayo Akinfenwa
  105. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Chris Priestley: Burnley vs Spurs, could record this and replay it as a cure for insomnia.

    You're not wrong Chris.

  106. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at AFC Wimbledon

    Sean Rigg

    "Sean Rigg is the man posing the problems for Liverpool and AFC Wimbledon will be very aware of just how vulnerable Brendan Rodgers's side have been in defence this season. Liverpool have had long periods of control but the sense remains that the League Two side will trouble Liverpool if they can make their presence felt, especially the burly figure of Adebayo Akinfenwa,"

  107. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "That's poor defending by Liverpool. It's a straight goal-kick. It's a good header by Adebayo Akinfenwa and a brave header by Sean Rigg. Matt Tubbs has a good goal record and you'd fancy him there. He's not quite sure where the goal is and he drags it."

  108. CLOSE!

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    What a chance for the hosts. A long ball is flicked on by an AFC Wimbledon head and Bournemouth loanee Matt Tubbs hooks the ball wide across goal, with just Simon Mignolet to beat. He should do better, but where are Liverpool's defence?

  109. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 live's Martin Keown

    "AFC Wimbledon are showing character, this is it. The shackles are off. It's been too nice until now."

  110. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    Sean Rigg

    That seems to have lifted AFC Wimbledon. Suddenly, they are throwing themselves into tackles and playing with a bit more tempo. No more Mr Nice guys?

  111. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Tom Bonavia: Man U at home!!!!! Aaaarrrghhhh!!!! Excited already!!

    Cambridge, the lowest ranked team left in the fourth-round draw, will play Louis van Gaal's side at the Abbey Stadium

    Elliott Howells: Dale can definitely beat Stoke, come on boys!

    Anthony Russello: As a Millwall supporter, my main concern playing Chelsea away is them scoring in the double-digits!!!!

    You will have to get past Bradford first

  112. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "It's only that one bit of quality we've seen so far from Liverpool for that goal. AFC Wimbledon have hope - they're still in the game.

    "At set plays, Liverpool are so vulnerable. This one falls to Sean Rigg and it's a brilliant save from Simon Mignolet."

  113. CLOSE!

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    Mario Balotelli is taking a leisurely stroll up the touchline. I wonder how he will take to these surroundings if he makes an appearance from the substitutes bench?

    Better from the hosts though as they enjoy a concerted spell of pressure. George Francomb's low cross is slid out for a corner by Martin Skrtel. Simon Mignolet tips Sean Grigg's shot over the bar from the resulting corner. At last, we could have a game on our hands.

  114. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Ben Davies

    Entering the last 10 minutes of the first half at Turf Moor and nothing of interest has happened. Leicester at home await the winners in the fourth round.

  115. Scottish latest

    One match taking place in Scotland tonight, with Kilmarnock and Celtic currently goalless in their Scottish Premiership match.

    You can follow that one on our Scottish live text.

  116. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra at Turf Moor

    "You have to take a chance. Because Burnley have so many players in and around the box when Tottenham attack, a shot could take a deflection and go in. You just want Spurs to take a chance and it could lead to something."

    You can listen to commentary of Burnley v Tottenham on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

  117. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    James: no celebration from @Steven_Gerrad08 - interesting - as was reaction of Brendan Rogers

    Stacy Phillips: Having 3 people in the box for a cross was not something Liverpool had against Leicester. Promising.

  118. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    Liverpool probably can't believe how easy this is so far. The lack of big challenges from the League Two side has been notable. The hosts really need to up the tempo to knock a very comfortable Liverpool out of their stride.

  119. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Tottenham are having plenty of the ball in and around Burnley's penalty area but they are overplaying as the hosts continue to crowd them out. It has to be said, this is fairly shocking stuff early on. Things can only get better.

  120. Text us on 81111

    Dale, Derby: Derby v Chesterfield please! Be nice to see them against each other in a proper cup, rather than the pre-season Derbyshire Cup!

    Chesterfield must beat Scunthorpe to set up a fourth-round derby with the Rams.

    Alec: As a Liverpool fan, if we beat Wimbledon, I will relish the return of Emile Heskey to Anfield. Ready for a wave of nostalgia.

  121. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    Lazar Markovic

    "It was a positive run by Lazar Markovic who I think was trying to cross it. It was good defending by Barry Fuller to distract him. Markovic is making some good runs, using his pace to get in behind."

  122. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra at Turf Moor

    "It is very flat. You want a bit of spark. Burnley are well organised in the way the back four and midfield four work together. When they are out of possession Ashley Barnes drops in. But at the moment they are not able to get into this game and hurt Tottenham."

  123. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    The capacity home crowd look a little bit subdued at the moment after a raucous start. They need something to happen from the underdogs to kick them into life again. It only takes a minute.

    Although at the moment, Liverpool are well on top. Lazar Markovic goes close for the visitors as he blazes a shot across goal from a tight angle.

  124. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    Tom-Henry Jones: This means that if #lcfc win tonight they will play Bolton and the mighty Heskey!!!

  125. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at AFC Wimbledon

    Steven Gerrard

    "Plenty of noise and optimism from Wimbledon's fans in the early stages but right on cue - certainly as far as Liverpool are concerned - Steven Gerrard calms the nerves with that header.

    "Every goal, every contribution, from Gerrard will now be an illustration of what Liverpool will miss when he leaves Anfield at the end of the season."

  126. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 live's Martin Keown

    "Steven Gerrard is still a wonderful player, there's no doubt about that.

    "I don't know whether the MLS move is about a lifestyle change for him. He can't go anywhere without being asked to sign something.

    "He plays with a great deal of emotion and heart and he loves Liverpool. I don't think it's in him to play at a high level for anyone else."

    Listen to Conor McNamara and Martin Keown's commentary on BBC Radio 5 live on the live coverage tab.

  127. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    Liverpool have never lost to a fourth-tier Football League club in the FA Cup, winning 10 and drawing two of the 12 matches played. It looks like they on their way to keeping that record going this evening...

    That was Steven Gerrard's 181st Liverpool goal in 696 appearances. Remarkable.

  128. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Moussa Dembele

    Still a stalemate at Turf Moor. Neither side have had a clear-cut chance as yet.

  129. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "What did we expect? It was like watching a young Steven Gerrard in the pocket playing the ball out wide and then getting in for a brave header. It was a real quality goal. He's done a lot of talking off the pitch this week - but talking on the pitch is what he does best. This will help settle Liverpool's nerves."

  130. GOAL

    AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Liverpool - Steven Gerrard (12 mins)

    Steven Gerrard

    That was all very easy. Javi Manquillo's right-wing cross is met by Steven Gerrard inside the penalty area and he heads the ball into the net for the opener.

    Are you sure you can do without Stevie G next season Brendan?

  131. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    Matthew Marrs: Wimbledon vs Liverpool. Barrett vs Lambert. Former Bristol Rovers teammates, different paths, same destination.

    Jake Hardiman: Akinfenwa to head a last minute winner for 2-1 to Wimbledon, you heard it here first!

  132. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    Adebayo Akinfenwa

    Adebayo Akinfenwa shows his strength as he bumps into Liverpool's Lucas. Unsurprisingly, it knocks Lucas over and the referee has a word with the big man.

  133. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "It was a great chance for Sean Rigg. He just went too wide and dragged it. He tries to drill it into the bottom far corner. That will give AFC Wimbledon some confidence. The worry for Liverpool is it was a simple straight ball."

  134. Chance wasted

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    Another Liverpool attack breaks down as Steven Gerrard fails to get his pass away on the edge of the penalty area. Plenty of possession for the Premier League side in the opening seven minutes but no chances of note - yet.

    At the other end Sean Rigg has the best opportunity so far but drags his shot wide of goal after breaking clear on the right channel.

  135. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra at Turf Moor

    "You can see how organised the Burnley side are defensively. As soon as Spurs take three or four touches it allows Burnley to get back and make themselves very difficult to play through."

  136. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    Steven Gerrard

    "This is a good surface. It's harder for lower league sides than it used to be because their advantage physically has gone with rules having been changed over the last 10 to 15 years. That's why you see less shocks."

  137. Text us on 81111

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Steve in Chingford: Spurs on their way to Wembley possibly in reference to the Capital One Cup?

    Ben in Bromley: Not really premature (Spurs on their way to Wembley). We only need to beat Sheffield United over two legs and we're there....

    Still a tad premature though surely?

  138. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    Liverpool start the match on the attack. They are looking to get down the flanks but AFC Wimbledon, playing with two solid banks of four, are looking organised. They could have a lot of defending on their hands this evening.

  139. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    It is a very low key atmosphere at Turf Moor at the moment. Something needs to happen to spark this into life. Very much a midfield battle early on.

  140. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

    "It's a night for getting stuck in, they have to impose themselves. AFC Wimbledon have done so well to get themselves to this level so quickly."

  141. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Turf Moor

    Tyrone Marshall: The magic of the FA Cup. Not much of a crowd here. First day back at work for many.

  142. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    An early sign of things to come maybe as Liverpool's Javi Manquillo takes a clattering from Sean Rigg. Let them know you are there Dons...

  143. Liverpool formation

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55 GMT)

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  144. AFC Wimbledon formation

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    BBC
  145. KICK-OFF

    AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Liverpool

    Underway at Wimbledon.

  146. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55 GMT)

    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at AFC Wimbledon

    "Plenty of interest in the fourth-round draw here ahead of the tie between AFC Wimbledon and Liverpool. The prize at stake is a home tie with Bolton Wanderers, who are on the up under Neil Lennon.

    "The AFC Wimbledon players have just been put through a very energetic warm-up. The pitch has cut up in parts and groundstaff are now out for some final work before kick-off."

  147. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55)

    The teams are coming out of the tunnel at Kingsmeadow, a very tight tunnel it is too. This is going to be a real test for the Reds.

  148. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    A bitty start with neither team able to get anything going. Ashley Barnes has already been caught offside a couple of times for the hosts as they look to get in behind Spurs' defence.

  149. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55)

    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at AFC Wimbledon

    "AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley signed for the original Wimbledon as a schoolboy in 1988 - the year of their FA Cup Final win against Liverpool - and he could write his name alongside those Wembley heroes if he can engineer another shock tonight.

    "Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has shown his intent with his line-up, with Steven Gerrard leading the side. The FA Cup third round has been short on big shocks - and Rodgers will not want to be the man in the headlines tomorrow."

  150. Post update

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Tottenham fans have launched into a rendition of 'Spurs are on their way to Wembley'. A tad premature - especially considering their side have scored just two goals in their last six FA Cup matches away from home.

  151. Manager view

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55 GMT)

    Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool manager

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was brilliant driving in, you can imagine the Wimbledon supporters are excited - as are we. It's going to be a difficult game and we're looking forward to it. We haven't taken anything lightly, we travelled down yesterday and the preparation is the same as it would have been for a Champions League game."

  152. KICK-OFF

    Burnley 0-0 Tottenham

    Game on at Turf Moor with a home tie against Leicester City awaiting the winners in the fourth round.

  153. Post update

    Burnley v Tottenham (19:45)

    tOTTENHAM
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    Burnley v Tottenham (19:45)

    bURNLEY
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    Burnley v Tottenham (19:45)

    The teams are out at Turf Moor, where there look to be a few empty seats...

  156. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    That is it for the fourth round draw. We know who will be playing who, with the exception of those few clubs still to complete their thrird round ties.

    And that is where our focus lies now. AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool and Bunrley v Tottenham. Send your thoughts of the action to #getcarriedaway,text us on 81111 (UK only) or comment on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  157. Post update

    So that's the draw for the FA Cup fourth round done.

  158. Post update

    Manchester City v Middlesbrough

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    Doncaster or Bristol City v Everton or West Ham

  160. Post update

    Sunderland v Fulham or Wolves

  161. Post update

    Rochdale v Stoke City

  162. Post update

    Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal

  163. Post update

    Burnley or Tottenham v Leicester City

  164. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon or Liverpool v Bolton Wanderers

  165. Post update

    Cardiff City v Reading

  166. Post update

    Aston Villa v Bournemouth

  167. Post update

    Birmingham City v West Bromwich Albion

  168. Post update

    Preston North End v Sheffield United

  169. Post update

    Derby County v Scunthorpe or Chesterfield

  170. Post update

    Chelsea v Millwall or Bradford

  171. Post update

    Blackburn Rovers v Swansea City

  172. Post update

    Cambridge United v Manchester United

  173. Post update

    Southampton or Ipswich v Crystal Palace

  174. Post update

    Local grassroots football coach Stef Loucaides and Wimbledon 1988 FA Cup Lawrie Sanchez - who gets a great reaction as the draw is being done in an AFC Wimbledon lounge - are doing the draw.

    We're ready to go.

  175. Post update

    We are now over to Mark Chapman who is talking us through some selected ball numbers. It's almost time. Nervous?

  176. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55 GMT)

    Alan Shearer

    Match of the Day, BBC One

    "You've got to think what a momentous night this is for the football club. What an opportunity this is for an AFC Wimbledon player to become a hero. And it's not a bad time to be playing Liverpool..."

  177. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55)

    Gary Lineker is chatting to Wimbledon FA Cup winner Dave Beasant and Alan Shearer in the studio now; remember the AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool game is on BBC One straight after the draw.

  178. Post update

    Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport

    "We're live with AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool and the 4th round draw on BBC One. Should be fun!"

    TV coverage of the draw is just starting now - you can watch it at the top of this page.

  179. Join the debate at #bbcfacupdraw

    BBC Radio 5 live: Tonight you can have 5 live commentary in sync with BBC One pictures by pressing the BBC Red Button.

    Steven Gerrard
  180. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55)

    Conor McNamara

    BBC commentator

    Wimbledon heroes Lawrie Sanchez & Dave Beasant talking with Mark Pougatch live on BBC Radio 5 live...

    Sanchez & Beasant
  181. Text us on 81111

    Tom from Huddersfield on text: Personally from a losing side's point of view I would hate to see Reading draw United or Chelsea away because of the frustration of seeing all that revenue dropped especially when we are near the end of our budget .

    Tom in Margate: As a West Ham fan, would love to be drawn with AFC Wimbledon. Would be billed as a Merseyside derby but with a bit of luck could be a fun London derby day out.

    Who do you want to draw in the FA Cup? Tweet us at #facupdraw, text us on 81111 (UK only) or comment on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  182. Ball number 30

    Manchester United beat Yeovil (not Accrington, sorry Stanley fans) 2-0 yesterday to reach round four.

    The 11-time winners (joint with Arsenal) have been involved in the last three FA Cup finals in years ending with a 5...

    They are ball number 30.

  183. Ball number 29

    Sheffield United are cup legends at the moment. The League One side reached last year's FA Cup semi-final and they have reached the same stage of this year's League Cup.

    Nigel Clough's Blades thrashed Premier League QPR 3-0 to reach this year's FA Cup fourth round.

    They are ball number 29.

  184. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55 GMT)

    Striker Adebayo Akinfenwa returns to the AFC Wimbledon starting XI after starting on the bench for the 4-1 win over Exeter on 28 December. He comes in for Azeez. The only other change sees Luke Moore replace Harry Pell in midfield.

    Steven Gerrard starts and captains Liverpool, three days after announcing he would be leaving the club at the end of the season. The midfielder is one of seven players retaining their place from the 2-2 league draw with Leicester. The players coming in to the side are are defender Martin Skrtel, midfielders Lazar Markovic and Javi Manquillo and striker Rickie Lambert. There is no place in the squad for Raheem Sterling or Adam Lallana, but Mario Balotelli is on the bench.

    AFC Wimbledon starting XI: Shea, Fuller, Kennedy, Moore, Barrett, Goodman, Rigg, Bulman, Akinfenwa, Tubbs, Francomb.

    Liverpool starting XI: Mignolet, Manquillo, Sakho, Skrtel, Can, Markovic, Lucas, Henderson, Gerrard, Coutinho, Lambert.

  185. Ball number 27

    Chelsea players celebrate

    Chelsea have won the FA Cup in four of the last eight seasons - a run that began under Jose Mourinho in 2007.

    Before that though, they had only won the trophy three times previously.

    The Blues eased into the fourth round with a 3-0 win at home to Watford.

    Chelsea are ball number 27.

  186. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55)

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Match summariser Martin Keown on Steven Gerrard's departure: "I'm not sure if Brendan Rogers has a problem dealing with these kind of iconic players. Jamie Carragher was allowed to leave too easily.

    "When Steven Gerrard returned from the World Cup, there should have been a contract in the offing then."

  187. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55)

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy on Steven Gerrard's departure from Anfield at the end of the season: "When I first heard that Liverpool hadn't offered him anything I thought that was not the Liverpool way if they wanted to keep him.

    "After that I never thought he would stay. It's a shame in many ways but it's a chance for him to have a change and a change of lifestyle."

  188. Join the debate at #facupdraw

    Richard Wyatt: Arsenal at home, please. Or away. Or Man U at home. Or away. Or Chelski. It'll probably be Sheff Utd away, though #BristolCity

    Sam Keep: I hope Chelsea gets Tottenham in the FA Cup. I would like one more encounter with Spurs. They beat Chelsea and I believe.

    Wes: I am just here waiting for Man Utd to be paired with Arsenal.

    Who do you want to draw in the FA Cup? Tweet us at #facupdraw, text us on 81111 (UK only) or comment on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  189. Post update

    Burnley v Tottenham (19:45)

    George Boyd

    FA Cup success or Premier League survival? Burnley's George Boyd is in no doubt that the latter should be the Clarets' priority.

    But the Scotland winger, who reached the final with Hull last season, also believes another good result over Premier League opposition could give them a further boost.

    "These were a tough run of fixtures and nobody expected us to get anything probably but we've shown our character again," Boyd said, referring to the recent draws at Newcastle and Manchester City.

    "We can go into our next run of games full of confidence now on the back of the last two results. The FA Cup still has that magic and I was lucky enough to get to the final last year with Hull City and that was a great occasion."

  190. FA Cup Google trends

    Vinnie Jones at Wembley in 1988
    Image caption: Vinnie Jones was a part of the Wimbledon team that won the 1988 FA Cup

    A cheeky little look at Google trends reveals some interesting searches that have been undertaken over this FA Cup third-round weekend. The usual suspects dominate the most searched-for teams in the shape of Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool the top three but coming in at number four is Dover Athletic, who were beaten 4-0 by Crystal Palace in Alan Pardew's first game as Eagles boss.

    Making his presence felt in the top five most searched-for players is a man we'll be seeing plenty of tonight: AFC Wimbledon's Adebayo Akinfenwa at five. Just above him is Wimbledon legend Vinnie Jones, showing that while the 'Crazy Gang' are gone they have certainly not been forgotten. Unless it was just because X-Men: Last Stand was on or something.

  191. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool (19:55)

    Dave Beasant

    "I think from childhood you always dreamed of playing at Wembley and I'd always seen the winning captains going up for the trophy. Being captain and getting to join that long list was great. It was special as it was Princess Diana as well."