Newcastle United are the 15th of the 16 FA Cup matches to take place this weekend.
Facing Chelsea on Sunday at Stamford Bridge with a 1.30pm kick-off, we wait to see if Newcastle can reach the heady heights of the fifth round for the first time since 2006.
Only the Cardiff v Manchester City follows the Chelsea v Newcastle encounter.
Saturday has seen 10 matches played and it has been good news for Newcastle.
Whilst I of course desperately want Newcastle to beat Chelsea tomorrow, I have to admit that any extra matches for relegation threatened teams has to be a bonus.
Brighton have gone through with a late winner at Middlesbrough (Newcastle are north east top dogs already then in FA Cup this season!), so they are guaranteed at least one more round/distraction of FA Cup football.
Even better, both Swansea and Huddersfield have drawn their third round games, meaning they have replays AND the possibility/probability of fifth round games as well.
Only West Ham have spoilt the afternoon, losing 2-0 at Wigan, though even they have the impressive Arthur Masuaku now set to miss three Premier League matches after getting a red card for spitting at an opponent.
Watford did lose as well but that was to fellow strugglers Southampton.
Hopefully Alan Pardew will play a typically strong FA Cup team and get a draw at Liverpool with West Brom tonight as well…
FA Cup 4th Round
Peterborough 1 Leicester 5
Huddersfield 1 Birmingham 1
Hull 2 Notts Forest 1
Middlesbrough 0 Brighton 1
Millwall 2 Rochdale 2
M K Dons 0 Coventry 1
Notts County 1 Swansea 1
Sheff Utd 1 Preston 0
Southampton 1 Watford 0
Wigan 2 West Ham 0
Sheff Wed 3 Reading 1
Yeovil 0 Man Utd 4
Saturday late kick-offs
Newport v Tottenham (5.30pm)
Liverpool v West Brom (7.45pm)
Chelsea v Newcastle (1.30pm)
Cardiff v Man City (4pm)
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