FA Cup

It was fifth round weekend and League One Rochdale scored in the last minute to draw 2-2 with mighty Tottenham and earn a replay at Wembley. Manchester United easily brushed past Huddersfield and Chelsea thrashed Hull at Stamford Bridge. Manchester City play Wigan on Monday evening live on BBC1. Swansea earned a replay for manager Carlos Carvalhal after a 0-0 draw at his previous club Sheffield Wednesday. Brighton won 3-1 at home to Coventry,  Southampton won 2-1 at West Brom and Leicester beat Sheffield United 2-0 at home.


Leaders Wolves could only draw 1-1 at Preston, while second placed Aston Villa lost 2-0 at promotion rivals Fulham. Cardiff took advantage to move into second with a 1-0 win over Middlesborough but are 11 points behind Wolves. Burton, Sunderland and Barnsley make up the bottom 3.

Scottish Premier League

The lead at the top is 9 points as Celtic could only draw at home 0-0 with St Johnstone, with Rangers now second after winning an eight goal thriller 5-3 at Hamilton. Aberdeen are third on goal difference after losing 2-0 at Hibernian.


England failed to reach the final of the T20 Tri series even after beating New Zealand in their final group match. England scored 194-7 in their 20 overs however needed to restrict New Zealand to 175 to make the final but the hosts made 192-4 to ensure their place against Australia in the Final in Auckland on Wednesday.

Rugby Union

Aviva Premiership leaders Saracens won 13-3 at Sale to stay top and nearest challengers Exeter Chiefs lost once again 13-7 at third place Wasps. The gap however is just a solitary point so very tight at the top.

Winter Olympics

Many congratulations to Lizzy Yarnold for retaining her Skeleton title and Laura Deas for winning Bronze in the same event. Great Britain also have won two other Bronze medals, Dom Parsons also in the Skeleton event and slope style skier Izzy Atkin.  Just one more medal is required to achieve Team GB’s greatest ever Winter Olympics medal haul.

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