FA Cup: Hull City vs Brighton & Hove Albion match preview

A look ahead to this week’s FA Cup fifth round replay at the KC Stadium

Samir Nasri made his return from injury to score City's second and secure the victory

Manchester City v Sunderland: Samir Nasri fears repeat of Arsenal failure in Capital One Cup final

The Gunners 2011 defeat was the start of a run of poor form that cost them the Premier League title and Nasri acknowledges that victory will provide a massive boost for the rest of the season

Manuel Pellegrini is showing the pressure and the effects of an ill thought out conspiracy theory

Manchester City fixtures: City must play Wigan in FA Cup just three days before Barcelona trip

Manuel Pellegrini's side will be travelling to Spain hoping to overturn a 2-0 first-leg deficit in the Champions League

Liverpool’s Luis Suarez is brought down by Alex Oxlade-Chamblerlain but referee Howard Webb refused to award a penalty

Luis Suarez penalty claim: Howard Webb should never referee a Liverpool game again, says John Aldridge

The official waved away what looked a clear penalty for Liverpool in their FA Cup defeat to Arsenal

Steve Bruce (L) and Oscar Garcia (R) have hit out at a Uefa regulation that means their sides will play two matches in two days

Brighton 1 Hull 1: Both managers hit out at 'ridiculous' FA Cup replay date that will see teams play twice in two days

A stalemate at the American Express Community Stadium means the two sides will meet again next week because of Uefa regulation

Leonardo Ulloa scored in his third successive game for Brighton last night

Brighton 1 Hull City 1 match report: Yannick Sagbo denies Seagulls as FA Cup reunions are put on hold

Late equaliser keeps Tigers in the hunt for quarter-final meeting with Sunderland

Hull City's manager Steve Bruce

Brighton 1 Hull City 1: Steve Bruce unhappy at 'bizarre' decision to stage FA Cup replay on Monday night

Uefa rules state that domestic matches cannot clash with Champions League games

Steven Gerrard protests to referee Howard Webb over his failure to award a penalty for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's challenge on Luis Suarez

Arsenal 2 Liverpool 1: Steven Gerrard joins criticism of Howard Webb, claiming challenge on Luis Suarez was a 'stonewall penalty'

Gerrard feels that Webb missed a clear foul on Luis Suarez that would have given the Liverpool captain the chance to level the score at 2-2

Peter Brezovan is hoping to impress in any FA Cup opportunities he is given ahead of Brighton's fifth round clash with Hull

Brighton v Hull City: Peter Brezovan hoping to grasp FA Cup chance with both hands

Brezovan has played second fiddle to regular Tomasz Kuszczak this season but has featured in the last two FA Cup fixtures

Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes that his side's FA Cup draw against Arsenal will provide a true test of their Cup credentials

Everton 3 Swansea City 1: Arsenal draw will provide Everton with true test of their FA Cup credentials, says Roberto Martinez

The Toffees will travel to the Emirates in the sixth round after they dispatched Martinez's former side Swansea on Sunday afternoon

Upson: ‘You never know when it’s your last FA Cup tie’

Brighton v Hull City: FA Cup s till holds that same thrill for Matthew Upson

A quarter-final against Sunderland awaits the winner

Luis Suarez pictured during Liverpool's 2-1 FA Cup defeat to Arsenal

Arsenal 2 Liverpool 1: Brendan Rodgers bemoans 'blatant penalty' for Luis Suarez after 'the best team lost'

The Gunners advanced to the quarter-finals after a highly entertaining game

Alex Oxlade Chamberlain opens the scoring for Arsenal in their FA Cup tie against Liverpool

Arsenal 2 Liverpool 1: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain welcomes 'confidence boost' ahead of Bayern Munich match

The Gunners host the German champions in the Champions League on Wednesday

Luka Podolski celebrates after putting Arsenal 2-0 ahead against Liverpool

Arsenal 2 Liverpool 1 match report: Ref Howard Webb’s spot of bother allows Arsenal to find their feet again

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain opened the scoring before Luka Podolski added a second

Sheffield United supporters invade the pitch after Sheffield United take a 3-1 lead over Nottingham Forest to reacg the FA Cup quarter-finals

Sheffield United 3 Nottingham Forest 1: League One side advance to quarter-finals

A possible tie against fierce rivals Sheffield Wednesday awaits in the next round

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WORLD CUPEXCLUSIVE COLUMNA keeper with no histrionics, defenders who can defend and forwards who are clever running off the ball
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footballMassive Puma deal is worth £150m over the next five years
Argentina's players run to celebrate their victory after a penalty shoot out following extra-time in the semi-final football match between Netherlands and Argentina of the FIFA World Cup at The Corinthians Arena in Sao Paulo
COMMENTSunday's final is a fitting climax to a month that has captivated the globe
Javier Mascherano of Argentina tackles Arjen Robben of the Netherlands as he attempts a shot
REACTIONThe midfielder, who was outstanding in the World Cup semi-final, has spoken of the pain he endured
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FOOTBALLImage of the Manchester United without his long locks has gone viral
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