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Live Reporting

By Emma Sanders and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night!

    And that's the end of our FA Cup coverage on this Saturday afternoon.

    Missed anything? The highlights are below:

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    Video caption: Highlights: Brentford 0-1 Leicester City

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    Video caption: Highlights: Burnley 1-2 Norwich City

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Coventry City 0-0 Birmingham City highlights

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Millwall 0-2 Sheffield United highlights

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Newcastle United 0-0 Oxford United highlights

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    Video caption: Highlights: Portsmouth 4-2 Barnsley

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    Video caption: Highlights: Reading 1-1 Cardiff City

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    Video caption: Highlights: Southampton 1-1 Tottenham

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    Video caption: FA Cup: West Ham United 0-1 West Bromwich Albion highlights

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    Video caption: Highlights: Hull City 1-2 Chelsea
  2. Tune in tonight

    BBC One

    Highlights from the fourth round? That's on tonight's FA Cup special on Match of the Day with Gabby Logan and co. from 22:30 GMT.

  3. 'Whoever you are, you respect the badge'

    Hull City 1-2 Chelsea

    Chelsea

    More from Chelsea manager Frank Lampard: "Whoever you are, if you play for Chelsea you respect the badge - you want to play and you want to win everything you are involved in.

    "That's the status of this club - and it is harder to do than to say.

    "These are tests, coming to these games. Tests of attitude and tests of personality as much as they are of your ability, sometimes.

    "So we go on. We have our eye on getting as far as we can but whoever we draw it is going to be tough."

    On Michy Batshuayi scoring: "I am pleased for Michy. Strikers want to score goals, it gives them confidence. I know he hasn't had that many opportunities but he needs to keep training, keep working and keep his head up and when he gets the opportunity to play he needs to score goals. So i am pleased he got his goal."

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    Video caption: Batshuayi's shot takes a deflection to give Chelsea the lead
  4. Want to catch up with the action?

    You can see all the FA Cup goals that matter in the iPlayer FA Cup channel.

    Click here.

  5. 'You can never take these games for granted'

    Hull City 1-2 Chelsea

    Chelsea

    Chelsea manager Frank Lampard speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live: "I'm pleased. You can never take these games for granted. There was a full house here. I know that is not always the norm so the atmosphere was bigger.

    "In the first half Hull weren't great, and that's no disrespect because in the second half they were really good and put us under pressure. The first half was our time, when they were not quite at it, to finish the game. We had one-on-ones through the middle with their keeper. We got a little bit sloppy when we thought we were playing well and we didn't really capitalise on chances, which imparts a bit of pressure.

    "The cup tie carried on into the 94th minute because of us and because Hull gave it everything to try and get back in the game.

    "The game was in the balance [when we scored our second]. You could sense it. So yes, the second goal was big for us because it gave us a cushion."

  6. 'I feel like a broken record'

    Hull 1-2 Chelsea

    Chelsea

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    Video caption: Batshuayi's shot takes a deflection to give Chelsea the lead

    Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, speaking to BT Sport: "The good news is we are in the hat, the bad news is that it is a small example of our season. We had the game in our grasp and we play in nice patterns to finish them. But when they don't come off you need to keep trying them. When we play well we are a good team but we don't finish the game. We caused our own problems.

    "It is a hard one. We work hard in front of goal and it is not coming off for us. It is going to define you. I feel like a broken record. We have the larger share of possession and shots on goal but not making those count.

    "There is more goals to be had and control of the game. You can't bemoan your luck, such as a deflection with the Hull goal. It is frustrating. We are making mistakes and allowing them to run two on tow in the last few minutes.

    "This is us. There are some players resting or injured back at the training ground. But this is the constant message from me. If we can't accept these examples in front us. Newcastle was the same. Arsenal was the same. The message is clear.

    "There is no movement to speak of now. We got a punishment in the summer and it is meant to hurt you. We lost one of the biggest players in our history in Eden Hazard. That is the situation. My job is to work every day on the training ground to make the players better. We lost ground last summer and we need to make moves now to take us forward. The money of it is not my job but I have to be honest and truthful. Short term recruitment is something we have to get right."

  7. Post update

    And what did Frank Lampard think?

  8. 'We didn't take our opportunities'

    Hull 1-2 Chelsea

    Hull City

    Hull manager Grant McCann, speaking to BT Sport: “We had chances today, and I thought we played well in the second half - we just didn’t take the best of our opportunities and, against a top team like Chelsea, you get punished for that."

    On his side’s Championship game against Huddersfield on Tuesday: “The league is our number one, we tried today - we had seven or eight players out through injury - and we gave it a good go.

    “The boys gave it a really good shot. So, look, the concentration for us now is on the league. It is a big, big game for us on Tuesday and we will try to respond.”

  9. Full highlights

    Hull 1-2 Chelsea

    A tricky evening for Chelsea but they're through and are in the hat for the fifth-round draw.

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    Video caption: Highlights: Hull City 1-2 Chelsea
  10. Get Involved - wake up and smell the coffee, John

    Use #bbcfacup or text 81111 (UK only)

    SMS Message: Heard that cracking commentary earlier between Brentford v Leicester on 5 Live...My advice to John Murray the commentator. Although I love him to bits but why can't he wake up and smell the 'coffee'! from Paul B
    Paul B

    John Murray spilled coffee over his only pair of trousers for the weekend during his commentary earlier. He is currently driving up to the North West with said trousers drying on the back shelf of his car, in preparation for his commentary on Manchester City v Fulham tomorrow.

  11. Post update

    It's to be confirmed but it looks like the replays will be on the 4th/5th of February. TV picks to come, of course.

  12. Where will he be next week?

    Hull 1-2 Chelsea

    Chelsea’s Michy Batshuayi has been directly involved in 18 goals in 18 starts in English domestic cup competitions, scoring 15 goals and assisting a further three.

    He scores goals. At that level anyway.

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    Video caption: Batshuayi's shot takes a deflection to give Chelsea the lead
  13. Who is in round five?

    Plenty of work to be done but the hat is looking like this:

    Sheffield Wednesday

    Northampton/Derby

    Leicester

    Norwich

    Coventry/Birmingham

    Sheffield United

    Newcastle/Oxford

    Portsmouth

    Reading/Cardiff

    Southampton/Tottenham

    West Brom

    Chelsea

    Manchester City/Fulham (Sunday)

    Tranmere/Manchester United (Sunday)

    Shrewsbury/Liverpool (Sunday)

    Bournemouth/Arsenal (Monday)

  14. When's the fifth round draw?

    BBC One

    Is your team in the hat?

    The draw is live on BBC One during The One Show on Monday, 27 January.

    Put it in the diary.

  15. 'I understand West Ham fans' frustrations'

    West Ham 0-1 West Brom

    Chris Sutton

    Former England striker on 606 phone-in on BBC Radio 5 Live

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    Video caption: FA Cup: West Ham United 0-1 West Bromwich Albion highlights

    Losing today to West Brom reserves, I can understand the frustrations of West Ham fans. But some might be happy they are out of the FA Cup.

  16. 'We had to ride it out'

    Hull 1-2 Chelsea

    Chelsea

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    Video caption: Tomori doubles Chelsea's advantage against Hull

    Blues defender Fikayo Tomori: "We could have killed the game in the first half. We said at half-time that we need to be solid at the back. My goal came at a good time but it got difficult at the end.

    "It is a one-off game and teams will go for it. If we got the third it is easy but we had to ride it out."

  17. 'We have to improve'

    Hull 1-2 Chelsea

    Chelsea

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    Video caption: Grosicki pulls a goal back for Hull City

    Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta, speaking to BT Sport: "We have to improve our game if we want to improve as a team and go far. It is not the first game where we don't manage the game well. We were punished.

    "First half the first chance we have we score and we have chances to score more but we stopped playing our game. If we want to play against the best and fight for trophies we need to improve.

    "We are a team and the season is long. We are fighting in three competitions. Our objective is to go as far as possible. It is our job to be in the best shape possible."

  18. Job done

    FT: Hull City 1-2 Chelsea

    Fikayo Tomori and Marcos Alonso

    Fikayo Tomori is the match-winner tonight with his second-half header. Chelsea had 16 shots to Hull's 14.

  19. Post update

    Hull 1-2 Chelsea

    Hull are seven points of the play-off places, with a game in hand on a few of their rivals. Very much in with a shout.

  20. 'A good result for both managers'

    FT: Hull 1-2 Chelsea

    Steve McClaren

    Ex-England manager on BBC Radio 5 live

    Chelsea are capable of commanding games, for certain spells, but they've got to produce more of that over the 90 minutes. This is a good result for both managers though - a win from Frank Lampard and a win for Grant McCann's team because they never crumbled, never caved in. He leaves here with the crowd delighted, applauding the players off.