Sunderland will be out for revenge when they travel to Turf Moor to take on Burnley in their FA Cup third round replay on Tuesday night.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte believes that veteran defender John Terry did not deserve to be shown a red card in the team’s FA Cup third-round clash with Peterborough on Sunday.
Posh had no answer to the Premier League leaders, who took a two-goal lead into the break through efforts from Pedro and Michy Batshuayi. Willian struck a third for the Blues early in the second half, before skipper for the day, John Terry, received his marching orders.
After a cagey first half with the scores remaining level at the break, Spurs eventually broke down Steve Bruce’s stubborn defence in the 72st minute through a Ben Davies header.
Jurgen Klopp named the youngest-ever senior staring XI in the club’s history but they were held to a goalless draw by the fourth-tier team.
After Everton wasted numerous first-half chances, they finally broke the deadlock through in-from striker Romelu Lukaku just after the hour mark.
In the biggest upset of the day, League One Millwall clinched a 3-0 victory at home to Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth, goals from Steve Morison (26′), Shaun Cummings (49′) and Shane Ferguson (90′) securing their passage to the fourth round.
Manchester United opened up Reading’s defence with ease and it would be 1-0 in the seventh minute after Wayne Rooney deflected in Juan Mata’s cross to equal Bobby Charlton’s record.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that captain Jordan Henderson is set to make his comeback against Manchester United on 15 January.
Philippe Coutinho has returned to full training with Liverpool, although this weekend’s FA Cup third round will come too soon for the Brazilian’s comeback.