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Summary

  1. Boro grab dramatic late leveller at Man City
  2. Ten-man Sunderland beat Bournemouth for first win
  3. Burnley score last-minute winner against Palace
  4. West Ham and Stoke in 1-1 draw
  5. Chelsea v Everton in day's late game

Live Reporting

By Stephan Shemilt and Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. The Road to Wembley

    FA Cup preview

    While Eastleigh and Swindon must scrap it out again, 2004 finalists Millwall are already safely through to round two after beating Southend.

    Another 38 ties will be played over the weekend with eight non-league clubs guaranteed a spot in round two.

    And here are a few interesting tales about some of the sides playing...

  2. Goal or no goal?

    FA Cup

    Two FA Cup ties took place last night and the big controversy was in the game between non-league Eastleigh and League One side Swindon.

    Mikael Mandron deftly nodded in Jake Howells' free-kick to put Eastleigh in front but Michael Doughty denied the Hampshire club an upset when he equalised with a late penalty.

    The National League side almost snatched a dramatic winner in injury-time when Ayo Obileye's effort was cleared off the line by Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill.

    The big debate was whether the ball crossed the line or not as there is no goal-line technology in the FA Cup. 

    Match of the Day pundit Phil Neville reckoned there was daylight between the ball and the goal. His colleagues Trevor Sinclair and Martin Keown disagreed.

    Did it or didn't? Judge for yourself...

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    Video caption: Eastleigh's Clarke makes world class save to deny Norris
  3. Marking you card

    So, in terms of the Premier League, here is your line-up of games and kick-off times:

    Bournemouth v Sunderland (15:00 GMT)

    Burnley v Crystal Palace (15:00 GMT)

    Man City v Middlesbrough (15:00 GMT)

    West Ham v Stoke (15:00 GMT)

    Chelsea v Everton (15:00 GMT)

    FA Cup

    Crawley and Bristol Rovers will get the action under way when they kick off at midday. You'll be able to follow that, along with the build-up action from all today's 28 ties, right here on this website.

    EFL

    Wolves v Derby kicks-off at 12:30 GMT and the you'll also be able to keep up to date with that and the rest of today's EFL action from midday.

    Talk about going big on fireworks day.

  4. Are you ready for fireworks?

    If today's football was a fireworks display we'd start off with a few gentle sparklers as we build up to the afternoon's action and throw in a few big rockets with Football Focus, an early EFL game plus two early FA Cup first round kick-offs.

    We would then move onto a few barrages and Z-cakes with four 15:00 GMT Premier League kick-offs, a load of EFL games as well as 26 more FA Cup ties before a final flourish with one late top-flight encounter. 

    So, let's start lighting them up shall we?

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