That's all from me today. We'll join you in the fifth round!
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Now that the final fourth round match has been played - here's a reminder of the draw for the next round.
League One Rochdale have the pleasure of hosting Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham.
Sheffield Wednesday v Swansea
West Brom v Southampton
Chelsea v Hull
Leicester v Sheffield United
Huddersfield v Manchester United
Rochdale v Tottenham
Brighton v Coventry
Wigan v Manchester City
Here's the full match report from Michael Pearlman, who was at Wembley this evening.
He says Tottenham "cruised" into the next round and he's named Son Heung-Min his Man of the Match.
"Son transformed the first match and his sparkle in attack meant this was a comfortable night for Spurs, who took the South Korean off after an hour, no doubt with Arsenal in mind."
Dave Roe: Spurs powering past Wimbledon, Newport and Rochdale next. Pochettino thinks the cup is difficult?
Tottenham had a number of players returning from injury this evening and two of them gave their reactions following the 2-0 win.
Toby Alderweireld: "We did our job. It is more difficult than you think. We tried to play the best football we could and make the next round.
Erik Lamela: "I was out for a long time and it was difficult for me but I am back playing now and it is good to get a goal. We have a very good team and we need everyone fit to fight for places."
Newport County manager Michael Flynn, speaking to BBC: "It was always going to be difficult. It was a good start in the first 25 minutes, but the manner of the goal, the way it went in, it took it out of the boys and deflated them.
"I am very proud of the players and very proud of the players this evening. They put in a huge amount of work and they have done themselves and the club proud and we should have scored at the end.
"I want to keep progressing in the league and keep progressing year in, year out. We have time to add to the squad and improve things."
Here's the thoughts of Newport County manager Michael Flynn...
He says he is "very proud" of his players tonight and he has extended his thanks to the travelling supporters for joining Newport on their trip to Wembley.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino speaking to BBC: "It's the FA Cup and it's difficult. But I am happy because we wanted to be in the next round.
"It's important they [Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld, Erik Lamela etc.] are all fit so we can be competitive. We need all the players available.
"Son Heung-min is doing fantastic this season and he feels important.
"It is important to keep going and winning games. We are going to be very busy in the Premier League, Champions League and the FA Cup but we want to keep this run.
"I haven't seen the pitch at Rochdale but I heard about it. First, we need to think about Saturday, but it will be tough to win again in the FA Cup. It's step by step now."
Padraig Amond had the chance to score in both games against Tottenham only to be denied by Michel Vorm.
Newport County goalkeeper Joe Day, speaking on BBC Radio 5 live: "It is a great effort from the lads. There is no shame in losing 2-0 to them. I am proud of the team and proud of the lads.
"The game plan was to stay in the game for as long as we could, but with a [first goal] like that, it is unfortunate. I have gone for the line of the ball and it has taken a deflection.
"We can take a lot of confidence. Over two legs against Tottenham we have held our own for the majority of the game."
Paul Collins: Spurs are frustrating. They are so good to watch but they never win a trophy, they waste too many chances and their players throw themselves down like they've been shot at slightest.
Vincent Tan: I thought Son should get man of the match. He's just a delight to watch. Whenever he gets the ball, you'll sit up knowing that something will happen.
Fernando Llorente missed another great opportunity from seven yards out to add to Spurs' lead.
This was one of several chances for the striker.
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Former Wales striker on 5 Live
The story is about Newport with the replay and the finances, but Spurs were professional. They wanted to go into the next round and they wanted to go to Rochdale and Mauricio Pochettino wants to win the FA Cup.
Newport can be proud. The scoreline is respectful, but it could have been worse if Tottenham had been more clinical.
So that's it. Tottenham are through to the next round.
There was no giant killing and no goal celebrations for the travelling Newport fans in Wembley but their team were able to hold out in that second half.
Spurs missed a whole host of chances after the break - can they afford to do the same against Arsenal this weekend?
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There were a number of missed opportunities for Tottenham in that second half and this one from Dele Alli was one of the closest.
Former Wales striker on 5 Live
Spurs were too good for them after the first 10 minutes when Newport started well, they looked up for it in the first 10 minutes. But after that own goal from Dan Butler which put Spurs in front, from then they have controlled the game. They have missed several good opportunities to score and the score could have been worse for Newport. But they go away respectful and they can be proud the game has finished 2-0. Spurs at times have been outstanding with their movement.
Tottenham are through to the fifth round of the FA Cup. They will face Rochdale in the next round.
Newport's fairytale evening at Wembley comes to an end.
Just as I say that - Padraig Amond goes through on goal but his strike is straight at Michel Vorm!
What a moment that would have been.
But they still can't get that goal at Wembley...
Corner for Newport! And fans are delighted!
Kyle Walker-Peters is the next Spurs player to have a pop at goal. He hits it smoothly too but his effort from outside the box flies just over the cross bar.
He looks annoyed at himself for it too.
It's just a case of holding out for Newport now. Tottenham are trying relentlessly to get that third goal but so far they haven't been able to get it past Joe Day.
He's probably been Newport's best player today - though Frank Nouble has produced a few moments of spark on the left wing.
Jamie Robinson: I think it’s safe to say Llorente won’t be at the club next season. He's wasted so many chances to score. He should have bagged at least two today but cannot find the net.
Danny Rose was substituted just before that effort from Alli. He's had a good game on his return from injury. Toby Alderweireld looks set to complete a full 90 minutes too.
Lots of positives for Mauricio Pochettino.
Dele Alli comes close again but his effort is well saved by Joe Day. The Newport keeper has made some great saves tonight.
Much better balance from Tottenham than against Liverpool. Some players actually managing to stay on their feet.
Newport have barely seen the ball in this second half and their heatmap (on the right) shows that.
Tottenham have tried everything to score a third but they seem to have lost their shooting boots...
Former Wales striker on 5 Live
I think it is unlucky for Dele Alli as his first touch is a bit too heavy. You can see what he is trying to to do, but he just gets too much on it.
Spurs have been quite wasteful in the second half and Newport could have been starring down the barrel of a five or six goal defeat.
Here's Eric Lamela's earlier opportunity which was stopped by Newport County goalkeeper Joe Day.
Dele Alli, who has just come on as a substitute, makes an excellent run in behind and he's picked out by Christian Eriksen.
His first touch is perfect but he tries to chip Joe Day and gets too much on it as it crashed into the cross bar.
Tottenham should be in double figures here.
Christian Eriksen has made a difference since coming on for Tottenham. He's injected a bit more energy and all of their attacking moves are now coming through him.
He wraps his foot around the ball in an attempt to catch out Joe Day from distance but the Newport keeper does well to touch it around the post.
Just contrasting the performances of Son and Winks for Spurs. Son is always looking for a positive option. For me Winks is like so many English midfielders currently, safety first and afraid of making a mistake. Keeping the ball is fine as long as you do something with it at some stage!
Fernando Llorente should have scored two goals in the last five minutes...
Christian Eriksen plays a wonderful ball into the box and Llorente, on the volley, strikes it inches wide yet again.
He was in tonnes of space.
Tonight is Mauricio Pochettino's 200th game in charge of Tottenham in all competitions. He's won 109, drawn 47 and lost 43 so far...
He can probably add another win to that.
That was lovely play from Tottenham. Erik Lamela chips it into Fernando Llorente at the far post and he is in acres of space.
Llorente should hit the target but he misses by inches.
David Randall: Tottenham 2-0 Newport. The hottest topic in the pub is whether Harry Kane was offside for the first penalty last Sunday.
That was a nice passage of play from Newport and the resulting free-kick asks some questions of Michel Vorm.
The Spurs goalkeeper deals with it well and his side then break forward - almost creating a chance for Moussa Sissoko but the midfielder is offside at the back post.
Joss Labadie wins a free-kick on the right as Danny Rose comes in late. Matthew Dolan is looking to pick out Padraig Amond but the Newport striker can't get involved in the game.
Labadie then tries to drive forward down the left and he wins another free-kick from Juan Foyth.