FA Cup takes centre stage

ATTENTION will turn to the FA cup this weekend.

The first of sixteen 4th round FA Cup-ties takes place tomorrow (Friday) night when Millwall play Aston Villa.

On Saturday a further twelve will be played including Bolton v Everton, Brighton v Arsenal, Macclesfield v Wigan, Manchester United v Fulham, Norwich v Luton, QPR v MK Dons, Reading v Sheffield United and Stoke v Manchester City, while the last three on Sunday see Oldham take on Liverpool, Spurs visit Leeds and Brentford entertain Chelsea. There’ll be an upset, or two, there normally is!

The African Cup of Nations is well underway with at least one game taking place virtually every day over the next two to three weeks.  Early results saw South Africa held to a draw by Cape Verde and Morocco likewise by Angola. The strongest countries seem to by DR Congo, Ghana and Nigeria.  We’ll see what transpires.

The winners of the Australian Grand Slam singles finals will be crowned this weekend, and at the time of going to print, Olympic gold medallist Andy Murray was looking strong, as were Messrs Federer and Djokovic (after one gruelling five-hour, five-set marathon) while Maria Sharapova was bang in form in the women’s section.

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