Sport Charlie Austin scored twice to give QPR a 2-1 win over Huddersfield

David Nugent struck late to keep Leicester top of the Championship with QPR and Burnley in hot pursuit

Paul Buckle

Paul Buckle leaves role as manager of Luton

Luton were knocked out of the FA Cup by Millwall at the weekend

The Blackburn Rovers manager, Michael Appleton, celebrates their
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Roy Keane holds aloft the trophy the last time United won the FA Cup

Smalling expects Manchester United to end their nine-year FA Cup drought

Ferguson's side take on Reading tonight aware that last Cup triumph was way back in 2004

Millwall’s James Henry rounds Luton Town goalkeeper Mark Tyler to put his side into the lead at Kenilworth Road

Reality bites as Luton's thoughts turn to the fight for points at Macclesfield

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Sir Alex Ferguson’s side could host Chelsea in the last eight

Manchester United lined up for possible Chelsea showdown in pick of FA Cup quarter-finals

Full draw for the Sixth Round of the FA Cup

The FA Cup Sixth Round Draw

Should they both win their respective Fifth Round matches, then a potential clash between Manchester United and Chelsea looks to be the pick of the FA Cup quarter-finals.

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Luton Town 0 Millwall 3: Millwall make their League status tell in front of goal while gallant Hatters are left with happy memories and a sense of relief there was no repeat of crowd trouble

Kenny Jackett, the Millwall man, is the longest serving manager in the
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Kenny Jackett happy with Millwall's 'professional job'

Millwall manager Kenny Jackett was pleased by the professional manner in which his progressed to the FA Cup quarter-finals at the expense of non-league Luton today.

Millwall fans storm past police officers and on to the pitch at Kenilworth Road in 1985

Millwall in the FA Cup means some bad memories but Luton looking forward

Reaching the last eight rather than the 1985 riot is main concern for club seeking League return

Scott Rendell celebrates his goal at Norwich that gave Luton a historic win

FA Cup: Luton Town v Millwall match preview

A look ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup fixture at Kenilworth Road

Oldham celebrate their FA Cup victory over Liverpool

Oldham feeling weight of expectation against Everton, admits caretaker manager Tony Philliskirk

Oldham take on Everton in the FA Cup after beating Liverpool in the last round

Leeds striker El-Hadji Diouf at The Den, where he was abused

Arnaud Mendy fears race taunts as Millwall fans return to scene of infamous riot

Luton midfielder tells of shock at Diouf ordeal as clubs seek to avoid any repeat of 1985 tie

El-Hadji Diouf pictured at Millwall

Millwall: man charged in El-Hadji Diouf racism abuse investigation

Sky Sports News broadcast footage that appeared to show some of the London club's fans hurling insults at the Senegalese striker

El-Hadji Diouf pictured at Millwall

Millwall at centre of 'appalling' racism abuse investigation

Sky Sports News footage appears to show fans targeting Leeds striker El-Hadji Diouf

Handy Andy: West Ham are glad to have Andy Carroll back up front

Paul Lambert: Aston Villa have got to defend better

Aston Villa and West Ham both need to reverse recent form as the Claret-and-Blues go hammer and tongs in Birmingham today.

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