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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

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

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

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Manchester City 2 Chelsea 0: David Luiz proves no substitute for John Terry as Chelsea foundations crumble

Brazilian failed to replicate the defensive sturdiness that the Blues captain has provided this season

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City recovered from their defeat to the same opposition 12 days ago to defeat the Blues thanks to strikes from Stevan Jovetic and Samir Nasri

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Manchester City 2 Chelsea 0 match report: Stevan Jovetic and Samir Nasri grab the reins to lead City gallop

Pellegrini’s men make smart response to rival’s jibes as they leave Mourinho with a long face

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Gus Poyet would take Premier League survival over a successful FA Cup run with Sunderland

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Black Cats manager believes that more fame would come with a cup win but his priority is to keep them in the top flight

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Kolo Toure has struggled at centre-back in recent weeks but the return to fitness of Agger could boost Liverpool's prospects of silverware this season

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Arsenal v Liverpool: Serge Gnabry feels he can take advantage of FA Cup platform to return to Arsene Wenger's starting line-up

Gnabry impressed when he came into the side earlier in the season and is likely to be handed another chance in the FA Cup fifth round with Liverpool

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