Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes their FA Cup final victory over Hull could be a turning point for his side after the Gunners finally ended their long wait for silverware.
Arsenal 3 Hull City 2 (aet)
Arsenal came from 2-0 down to win a dramatic FA Cup final 3-2 with a goal from Aaron Ramsey in extra-time to end their nine-year wait for a trophy.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Thomas Vermaelen will be assessed ahead of Arsenal’s FA Cup final clash with Hull.
Stand-in goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski was the hero as his two saves in a penalty shoot-out helped Arsenal beat holders Wigan at Wembley to reach their first FA Cup final since 2005.
Arsene Wenger has a special relationship with the FA Cup having won the trophy four times as Arsenal manager and you get the feeling that his next victory could be a defining moment in the club’s history.
Stevenage 0 Everton 4
Everton cruised into the fifth round of the FA Cup, but their victory against Stevenage was overshadowed by a horrific injury to Bryan Oviedo, who was taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg.
Man City 4 Watford 2
Sergio Aguero scored a hat-trick as Manchester City staged a dramatic second-half fightback to avoid an FA Cup shock with a 4-2 win over Championship Watford.
Derby 0 Chelsea 2
John Obi Mikel was an unlikely goalscorer to set Chelsea on their way to a 2-0 FA Cup third-round win at Derby which featured another diving incident.
Liverpool 2 Oldham 0
Much-maligned forward Iago Aspas scored his first Liverpool goal to help his club into the fourth round of the FA Cup but it was far from an easy 2-0 victory over Oldham.
Sam Allardyce faces fresh questions over his future as West Ham manager as an unrecognisable side were routed by second-tier Nottingham Forest in the third round of the FA Cup.
Paul Lambert’s pre-match insistence that the days of FA Cup romance are dead and gone were exploded at Villa Park after goals from Jamie Murphy and Ryan Flynn gave League One Sheffield United a famous third round win.
Blackburn 1 Manchester City 1
Ten-man Manchester City were forced to settle for a replay after Scott Dann’s goal secured a 1-1 draw for Blackburn in their FA Cup third-round clash at Ewood Park.
Defender Pablo Zabaleta highlighted a lack of passion and desire in the Manchester City side after their shock FA Cup final loss to Wigan.
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan thinks FA Cup-winning manager Roberto Martinez will still be at the club next season.
Manchester City 0 Wigan Athletic 1
Ben Watson’s last-minute header gave Wigan the FA Cup for the first time in their history as they provided one of the competition’s great upsets by beating Manchester City at Wembley.
Chelsea 1 Manchester City 2
Sergio Aguero provided a Jekyll and Hyde contribution to Manchester City’s FA Cup semi-final triumph over Chelsea.
Ten fans were arrested this evening following sporadic disorder in the Millwall supporters’ area as the south London club lost their FA Cup semi-final against Wigan at Wembley.
Millwall 0 Wigan 2
Wigan reached the FA Cup final for the first time against the backdrop of disgraceful scenes of violence from some Millwall fans at Wembley.
Rio Ferdinand returned but Wayne Rooney was again absent as Manchester United prepared to take on FA Cup holders Chelsea in today’s quarter-final replay at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea interim boss Rafael Benitez and captain John Terry insisted their relationship is sound following the 4-0 FA Cup fourth-round replay defeat of Brentford at Stamford Bridge.
Manchester City 4 Leeds 0
Sergio Aguero struck twice as Manchester City kept their season alive by breezing into the FA Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Leeds.
Chelsea 4 Brentford 0
Frank Lampard and John Terry scored in front of owner Roman Abramovich as holders Chelsea overcame stubborn Brentford in an FA Cup replay at Stamford Bridge to set up a fifth-round clash with Middlesbrough.
Chelsea v Brentford
Captain John Terry started in central defence for holders Chelsea in the FA Cup fourth-round replay with Brentford at Stamford Bridge.
Luton 0 Millwall 3
James Henry and Rob Hulse shattered Luton’s FA Cup dreams to send Millwall through to the last eight at Kenilworth Road.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp lambasted his players tonight after an embarrassing FA Cup defeat to third-tier MK Dons that further highlights their need for reinforcements.
Manchester United 4 Fulham 1
Wayne Rooney was stripped of penalty-taking duties by Manchester United but found the net anyway as they sauntered past Fulham to book an FA Cup fifth round place.
Reading 4 Sheffield United 0
Noel Hunt notched two goals as Reading strolled into the last 16 of the FA Cup with a very comfortable win over Sheffield United.
Norwich 0 Luton 1
Substitute Scott Rendell’s strike 10 minutes from time earned Luton victory over Norwich as a non-League side beat top-flight opposition in the FA Cup for the first time in 24 years.
Bolton 1 Everton 2
Substitute Johnny Heitinga struck a dramatic injury time winner to mark David Moyes’ 500th game in charge of Everton in style and send him one step closer to claiming his first major piece of silverware.
Macclesfield 0 Wigan 1 Wigan booked their place in the FA Cup fifth round thanks to Jordi Gomez’s early penalty which was enough to sink non-league Macclesfield at Moss Rose.
QPR 2 MK Dons 4
QPR’s atrocious season took an embarrassing turn for the worse today as MK Dons knocked the Premier League strugglers out of the FA Cup with alarming ease at Loftus Road.
Brighton 2 Arsenal 3
Theo Walcott came off the bench to net a late winner and fire Arsenal into the fifth round of the FA Cup with a thrilling victory at Brighton.
Stoke City 0 Manchester City 1
Pablo Zabaleta struck a late winner as Manchester City battled through to a place in the FA Cup fifth round at the expense of Stoke.
Millwall 2 Aston Villa 1
A fragile Aston Villa side were fed to the Lions in the fourth round of the FA Cup as they succumbed to a late John Marquis winner at Millwall.
Everton manager David Moyes will try to freshen up his side for Monday’s FA Cup third-round tie at npower League Two club Cheltenham.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is hoping to have a trio of players - including Darren Bent – back in contention for tomorrow’s FA Cup third-round clash with Ipswich.
Demba Ba is poised to make his Chelsea debut in tomorrow’s FA Cup third-round tie at Southampton after completing his move from Newcastle.
Left-back Benoit Assou-Ekotto has overcome his knee injury and looks set to make his first Tottenham appearance in four months tomorrow against Coventry in the FA Cup.
Phil Jones and Nemanja Vidic are set to bolster Manchester United’s defence for their FA Cup trip to West Ham.
Chelsea 2 Liverpool 1
Didier Drogba became the first man to score in four FA Cup finals as Chelsea overcame Liverpool at Wembley thanks to another massive goal-line controversy.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard believes the importance of the FA Cup is highlighted by its global reach.
Chelsea today confirmed they had submitted a bid to acquire the Battersea Power Station site in order to build a new 60,000-seater stadium.
Chelsea will still be without David Luiz and Gary Cahill for tomorrow’s FA Cup final against Liverpool.
Veteran Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher insists club-record signing Andy Carroll should not be judged on his transfer fee.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has urged the club’s supporters to keep their nerve as they plot a path back towards England’s elite.
Emmanuel Adebayor accused Martin Atkinson of ruining Tottenham’s FA Cup dreams and then claimed the lack of goal-line technology in football is “killing the game” after last night’s controversial semi-final defeat to Chelsea at Wembley.
Roberto Di Matteo has kept his promise to name his strongest XI as Chelsea look to book their place in the FA Cup final with a win over Tottenham at Wembley today.
Liverpool 2 Everton 1
Liverpool's much-maligned record signing Andy Carroll went some way to justifying his huge price with the goal which put his side into their first FA Cup final since 2006 and ended the dreams of Everton in the all-Merseyside encounter at Wembley.
Liverpool 2 Everton 1
Andy Carroll went from zero to hero again today as Liverpool produced a second-half comeback to beat Everton and reach the FA Cup final.
Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll all start Liverpool’s FA Cup semi-final against Everton today.
Goalkeeper Brad Jones is set to make his first start since December 2010 in Liverpool’s FA Cup semi-final against Everton.
A minute’s silence to mark the 23rd anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster will be held before both this weekend’s FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp confirmed Ryan Nelsen would be offered a new contract following his key role in last night’s 3-1 FA Cup quarter-final victory over Bolton.
Republic of Ireland and Sunderland defender John O’Shea is set to miss tomorrow night’s FA Cup quarter-final replay against Everton with a calf injury.
Thigh-injury victim Seamus Coleman remains out for Everton ahead of their FA Cup quarter-final replay at Sunderland tomorrow.
Bolton have confirmed their scheduled Premier League meeting with Blackburn on Saturday will go ahead, as it was revealed Fabrice Muamba was “effectively dead” for 78 minutes following his cardiac arrest at Tottenham on Saturday.
The Football Association have confirmed Liverpool’s FA Cup semi-final against either Everton or Sunderland at Wembley will be played on April 14, ensuring that the Reds will not have to play on the 23rd anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster.
Wembley may host a Merseyside derby in April after Liverpool were drawn against the winner of Everton V Sunderland today.
Liverpool 2 Stoke 1
Goals have been in short supply for winger Stewart Downing, but his second of the season secured another trip to Wembley in double-quick time after an FA Cup quarter-final win over Stoke.
Chelsea 5 Leicester 2
Fernando Torres finally ended his goalscoring drought as his brace helped Chelsea book another visit to Wembley Stadium after a comfortable FA Cup sixth round victory over Leicester at Stamford Bridge today.