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FA Cup round-up: Lambert dives in to keep Rovers on a roll

On a day of few surprises in the FA Cup, the dreams of two League One sides nonetheless continued as Bristol Rovers and Huddersfield Town advanced to the last 16. Having disposed of Fulham after a third-round penalty shoot-out, Rovers found League Two side Barnet a tough nut.

Crystal Palace 2, Bristol City 0: Warnock stays grounded as Palace rise again from ruins

Crystal Palace have been here before in the not too distant past. First there is the terrible start to a campaign, leading to a manager being sacked. Then the replacement struggles a little at first before guiding them up the table. The last time this happened was in the 2003-04 season, when Iain Dowie was the magician. The recovery started a little later than the current revival under Neil Warnock, and lasted all the way to May and promotion through the play-offs.

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The clown prince of illusion, Tommy Cooper, remains unfathomable

Moving Pictures: Tate Modern presents first gallery rehang

After six years of unparalleled success, Tate Modern reopens today after its first rehang. A bold thematic approach has been retained but, says Tom Lubbock , that is why the gallery is flawed

When a Stranger Calls (15)

Remember Scream's opening set piece, with Drew Barrymore as a home-alone schoolgirl being phoned by a serial killer? The question is: can that 10-minute prologue be stuffed with enough padding to make a full-length film? And the answer is: no, it can't. Set in a stupidly vast modernist mansion where the stupidly well-groomed Camilla Belle is babysitting, this bloodless slumber-party fodder has no plot or character development, so while we're waiting for the killer to get around to attacking her, we have to sit through endless scenes of her being frightened by noises which turn out to be innocuous, and being phoned by people who aren't the killer. By the time Belle has been rung by a friend, a boyfriend, a prankster and the house's owners, I suppose we should be grateful that no one's called to ask if she's considered changing her electricity supplier.

Ward the unlikely Palace hero

Crystal Palace 1 Plymouth Argyle 0

Sven's powers of recovery put to the test

Soap opera off the field follows farce on it in sorry curtain-raiser to the serious action to come

Newell's new boys take Palace by storm

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Jordan plan left in ruins by upstarts

Crystal Palace 1 Luton Town 2

Palace future no clearer for upbeat Dowie

Newcastle United 0 - Crystal Palace 0

Routledge outburst burns bridges at Palace

Crystal Palace 0 Middlesbrough 1

Johnson double lifts Palace

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