2010–11 FA Cup

The 2010–11 FA Cup (known as The FA Cup sponsored by E.ON for sponsorship reasons) was the 130th season of the world's oldest football knockout competition; the FA Cup. A total of 806 clubs applied to enter of which 759 were accepted,[1] a slight drop compared to the 762 clubs accepted into the 2009–10 competition.

The competition commenced on 14 August 2010 with the Extra preliminary round and concluded on 14 May 2011 with the Final, held at Wembley Stadium.[2] Unusually, this was not the last game of the English domestic season nor the only game played on that day. Wembley Stadium was also hosting the 2011 Champions League Final on 28 May, forcing the FA Cup Final to be played at least two weeks earlier. This meant the Final was played on the penultimate weekend of the Premier League season and, apart from the finalists who were scheduled to play a league match against each other, a full programme of matches was played.

The defending champions were Chelsea, who retained their title in the 2010 final against Portsmouth, but they lost to Everton in the fourth round. The tournament winners were Manchester City, who defeated Stoke City in the final with Yaya Touré scoring the only goal of the match in the 74th minute.[3] The FA Cup winners are normally entitled to a place in the next season's UEFA Europa League unless they have already qualified for that tournament or for the UEFA Champions League; because Manchester City qualified for the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League via their top-four finish in the 2010–11 Premier League, Stoke qualified for the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League as runners-up.[4]

2010–11 FA Cup
The Football Association Challenge Cup
Country England
Defending championsChelsea
ChampionsManchester City
(5th title)
Runners-upStoke City
Top goal scorer(s)Mathieu Manset
Scott McGleish
(6 goals)


Round Clubs
Winners from
previous round
New entries
this round
Leagues entering
at this round
First Round Proper 124 80 32 48 EFL League One
EFL League Two
Second Round Proper 84 40 40 none none
Third Round Proper 64 64 20 44 Premier League
EFL Championship
Fourth Round Proper 32 32 32 none none
Fifth Round Proper 16 16 16 none none
Quarter-finals 8 8 8 none none
Semi-finals 4 4 4 none none
Final 2 2 2 none none


The calendar for the 2010–11 FA Cup, as announced by The Football Association:[2]

Round Main date Number of fixtures Clubs New entries this round Prize money Player of the Round
Extra Preliminary Round 14 August 2010 201 759 → 558 402: 358th–759th £750 n/a
Preliminary Round 28 August 2010 166 558 → 392 131: 227th–357th £1,500 n/a
First Round Qualifying 11 September 2010 116 392 → 276 66: 161st–226th £3,000 Sam Styles (Oxhey Jets)[5]
Second Round Qualifying 25 September 2010 80 276 → 196 44: 117th–160th £4,500 Sam Higgins (Chelmsford City)[6]
Third Round Qualifying 9 October 2010 40 196 → 156 none £7,500 Justin Marsden (Nuneaton Town)[7]
Fourth Round Qualifying 23 October 2010 32 156 → 124 24: 93rd–116th £12,500 Amari Morgan-Smith (Luton Town)[8]
First round proper 6 November 2010 40 124 → 84 48: 45th–92nd £18,000 Jake Cottrell (FC United of Manchester)[9]
Second round proper 27 November 2010 20 84 → 64 none £27,000 Sam Ashton (FC United of Manchester)[10]
Third round proper 8 January 2011 32 64 → 32 44: 1st–44th £67,500 Kasper Schmeichel (Leeds United)[11]
Fourth round proper 29 January 2011 16 32 → 16 none £90,000 Neal Bishop (Notts County)[12]
Fifth round proper 19 February 2011 8 16 → 8 none £180,000 Matthew Mills (Reading F.C.)
Sixth round proper 12–13 March 2011 4 8 → 4 none £360,000 Kevin Davies (Bolton Wanderers F.C.)[13]
Semi-Finals 16–17 April 2011 2 4 → 2 none £450,000 Joe Hart (Manchester City)[14]
Final 14 May 2011 1 2 → 1 none Winner: £1,800,000
Runner-up: £900,000
Mario Balotelli (Manchester City)

Qualifying Rounds

All of the teams that entered the competition, but were not members of the Premier League or The Football League, had to compete in the qualifying rounds.

First Round Proper

Teams from Leagues One and Two enter at this stage, along with the winners from the Fourth Round Qualifying. The draw was made on 24 October 2010 with ties to be played on the weekend of 6–7 November 2010 apart from Rochdale vs FC United of Manchester which was the only match played on 5 November 2010. It was broadcast on ESPN kicking off its FA Cup campaign with the Northern Premier League club shocking their League One counterparts 3–2. ESPN's next match was on 6 November 2010, where Cambridge United and Huddersfield Town played out a scoreless draw. ITV1's first coverage was Southport vs Sheffield Wednesday on 7 November 2010 with the League One side trouncing their Conference National opponents 5–2.

Tipton Town of the Midland Football Alliance and Hythe Town of the Kent League, both from the ninth tier, were the lowest-ranked teams left in the competition at this stage. Both suffered heavy defeats by league opposition.

Second Round Proper

The matches in the Second round proper were scheduled to take place on 26, 27 and 29 November 2010 with replays scheduled for 7, 8 and 9 December . Hartlepool United v Yeovil Town and Notts County v AFC Bournemouth were both postponed on their original date, 26 November, and again on 7 December. They were finally played on 14 December.

FC United of Manchester of the Northern Premier League Premier Division and Swindon Supermarine of the Southern League Premier Division, both from the seventh tier, were the lowest-ranked teams left in the competition at this stage. Swindon Supermarine were narrowly defeated 1–0 by Colchester United, but FC United of Manchester managed to force a replay after a 1–1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion.

The draw for the second round was notable for the potential meeting of AFC Wimbledon and MK Dons. This would have been the first time the two clubs had met however MK Dons were beaten by Stevenage in their first-round replay.

Third Round Proper

The draw for the Third Round took place on 28 November 2010 at Wembley Stadium, which was made by Noel Gallagher of Oasis and Sergio Pizzorno of Kasabian.[16] Premier League and Football League Championship teams entered at this stage, joining the winners from the second round and completing the entrants. The lowest ranked team in this round was Dover Athletic of the Conference South, the sixth tier of English football. The tie between Wycombe Wanderers and Hereford United was played later than usual due to the fact that the second round replay between Lincoln City and Hereford was delayed. Arsenal narrowly avoided an upset by scoring a stoppage time penalty in their 1–1 draw with Championship side Leeds United. The highly anticipated match in the third round between Manchester United and Liverpool saw United beat Liverpool 1–0 with a Ryan Giggs second-minute penalty. Championship side Leeds United failed to maintain their good showing against Arsenal by losing 3–1. Also Newcastle suffered a massive upset, losing 3–1 to League Two Stevenage.[17]

Fourth Round Proper

The draw for the Fourth Round took place on Sunday 9 January 2011.[18] The lowest ranked team left in the competition was Crawley Town of the Conference National, the fifth tier of English football. Of the other 31 teams, 15 were from the Premier League, 6 were from The Championship, 6 were from League One, and 4 were from League Two. Three matches went to a replay, Everton v Chelsea, Bolton Wanderers v Wigan Athletic and Manchester City v Notts County.

Fifth Round Proper

The draw for the Fifth Round took place on Sunday 30 January 2011.[19] For the second consecutive round, the lowest ranked team left in the competition was Crawley Town of the Conference National, the fifth tier of English football. They were the first non-League side to make the fifth round since 1994.[20] Of the other 15 teams, 10 were from the Premier League, two from the Championship and three from League One. One match went to a replay, Leyton Orient v Arsenal.

Sixth Round Proper

The draw for the Sixth Round took place on Sunday 20 February 2011.[21] Reading of The Championship defeated Everton in the Fifth Round, and are the last non-Premier League team remaining in the competition, for the second year running. All 7 other teams are from the Premier League.


Wembley Manchester derby pre-kick-off
Before kick off of the Manchester derby FA Cup Semi-final at Wembley Stadium

The draw for the semi-finals was conducted by Hope Powell and Fabio Capello at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, 13 March 2011, after the result of the Stoke game, but before the end of the Manchester City game.[22] Ties were played on 16/17 April at Wembley. With Manchester City's victory over Reading, it meant that the Semi-Finals of the Cup would be an all-Premier League affair, and in addition, Wembley Stadium would host its first ever Manchester derby game.


Before kick off at the 2010-11 FA Cup Final as Manchester City take on Stoke City at Wembley Stadium
Manchester City (1)1–0Stoke City (1)
Y. Touré Goal 74' Report

Top scorer

As of 17 April 2011 [23]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 France Mathieu Manset Hereford United 6
England Scott McGleish Leyton Orient
3 England Gary Madine Carlisle United 5
Republic of Ireland Clinton Morrison Sheffield Wednesday
Republic of Ireland Jonathan Walters Stoke City
6 Wales Stuart Fleetwood Hereford United 4
England Antony Sweeney Hartlepool United
France Jonathan Téhoué Leyton Orient

Media coverage

In the United Kingdom, ITV were the free to air broadcasters for the third consecutive season while ESPN took over the subscription broadcaster package Setanta Sports held.

International broadcasters

Country Broadcaster
 Albania Tring Sport
 Belgium Prime
 Canada Setanta Sports
 France France Télévisions
 Italy SKY Italia
 Netherlands Eredivisie Live


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External links

2010 FA Cup Final

The 2010 FA Cup Final was the 129th final of the FA Cup, the world's oldest domestic football cup competition. The match took place on 15 May 2010, at Wembley Stadium, London, in front of a crowd of over 88,000 and a British television audience of over 5 million. The match was contested between 2009 winners Chelsea and 2008 winners Portsmouth, and was refereed by Chris Foy from Merseyside. Chelsea won 1–0.

Chelsea entered the final looking to complete the Double for the first time in their history, having been crowned as the winners of the 2009–10 Premier League the week before. Portsmouth entered the final in a markedly different position; they faced an uncertain future, having already been relegated from the Premier League on 10 April following financial troubles, which saw them become the first ever Premier League club to enter administration, incurring an automatic nine-point deduction.

After Kevin-Prince Boateng saw his penalty saved by Petr Čech in the 54th minute, Didier Drogba scored from a free kick in the 58th minute to lead Chelsea to a 1–0 victory, and their first Double despite a later penalty miss from Frank Lampard. Chelsea's Ashley Cole won the FA Cup for a record 6th time. It was the first final in which both teams missed a penalty. Frank Lampard's penalty miss was the first penalty to completely miss the target in an FA Cup Final since Charlie Wallace in 1913 (Wallace's team also won 1–0). David James was the oldest goalkeeper to play in an FA Cup final, aged nearly 40.

The UEFA Europa League qualifying place normally given to the winners of the FA Cup became irrelevant for the 2010 final, after Chelsea qualified for the Champions League and Portsmouth were refused a UEFA licence due to their financial situation. With Manchester United having won the League Cup and qualified for the Champions League, the qualifying place due to the finalists instead passed to Liverpool, the seventh-placed Premier League team.

2010–11 FA Cup qualifying rounds

The 2010–11 FA Cup qualifying rounds opened the 130th season of competition in England for 'The Football Association Challenge Cup' (FA Cup), the world's oldest association football single knockout competition. A total of 759 clubs were accepted for the competition, down three from the previous season's 762.

The large number of clubs entering the tournament from lower down (Levels 5 through 10) in the English football pyramid meant that the competition started with six rounds of preliminary (2) and qualifying (4) knockouts for these non-League teams. The 32 winning teams from Fourth Round Qualifying progressed to the First Round Proper, where League teams tiered at Levels 3 and 4 entered the competition.

2010–11 FA Youth Cup

The FA Youth Cup sponsored by E.ON 2010–11 was the 59th edition of the FA Youth Cup. 460 clubs were initially accepted, with 53 teams being new entries.

The competition consisted of several rounds and was preceded by a qualifying competition, starting with the preliminary round which was followed by four qualifying rounds for non-League teams. Football League teams entered the draw thereafter, with League One and League Two teams entering at the First round, and Premier League and Championship teams entering in the Third round.

2010–11 Manchester United F.C. season

The 2010–11 season was Manchester United's 19th season in the Premier League and their 36th consecutive season in the top-flight of English football. It was the first season with new shirt sponsors Aon after four seasons with AIG.

United began the season by beating Chelsea 3–1 at Wembley on 8 August 2010 to claim the Community Shield.

A successful defence of the League Cup would have seen them become only the second team to win the competition for a third successive season, after Liverpool in 1983 (who then went on to win a fourth in 1984). However, their stranglehold on the tournament was broken by West Ham United, who sent an understrength Reds side crashing to a 4–0 defeat at Upton Park in the Fifth Round on 30 November 2010.

On 19 December 2010, Sir Alex Ferguson became the longest-serving manager in Manchester United's history, overtaking Sir Matt Busby's record of 24 years, 1 month and 13 days in charge of the club.On 1 February 2011, United equalled the club record league unbeaten run of 29 matches, after a 3–1 win over Aston Villa at Old Trafford. They failed to extend the run however, succumbing to a 2–1 defeat against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux on 5 February 2011. This was their first league defeat since 3 April 2010, a 2–1 home defeat by Chelsea. United came close to becoming the first top-flight side in 119 years to win every single home league match during the season, but a draw at home to West Bromwich Albion early in the campaign cost them that status. Their exceptional form at Old Trafford was key to United's eventual title victory, as their away form was surprisingly mediocre, with just five league wins away from home all season.

United also reached the semi-final stage of the 2010–11 FA Cup but lost 1–0 at Wembley to Manchester City on 16 April 2011 – and their opponents went on to win the trophy. Defeat in this game ended United's chances of becoming the first club to win the league and cup double four times.

On 14 May 2011, after a 1–1 draw to Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park, United broke the English League title record by winning their 19th title, surpassing Liverpool's record of 18 titles, which they equalled in the 2008–09 season. This is the first time United have held the outright record in their history.

They also competed in the Champions League for the 15th season in a row, and contested the Final with Barcelona on 28 May 2011, but they lost 3–1.

2010–11 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. season

The 2010-11 season was Sheffield Wednesday's first season in the third tier of English football since 2005 and their 109th season in the Football League.

2010–11 York City F.C. season

The 2010–11 season was the 89th season of competitive association football and seventh season in the Football Conference played by York City Football Club, a professional football club based in York, North Yorkshire, England. Their fifth-place finish in 2009–10 meant it was their seventh successive season in the Conference Premier. The season covers the period from 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011.

Ahead of Martin Foyle's second start to a season as York manager, six signings were made before the summer transfer window closed. With York 15th in the table 10 matches into the season Foyle resigned, and was succeeded by Tamworth's Gary Mills in October 2010. Under his guidance, York enjoyed an unbeaten run at home in the league that lasted until April 2011, when they were beaten by Mills' former team. York's push for a play-off place was ended late in the season and they finished eighth in the table. They reached the third round of the 2010–11 FA Cup, being beaten 2–0 away by Bolton Wanderers, and were knocked out in the first round of the 2010–11 FA Trophy after losing 1–0 at home to Boston United.

32 players made at least one appearance in nationally organised first-team competition, and there were 20 different goalscorers. Goalkeeper Michael Ingham and defender James Meredith missed only one of the 52 competitive matches played over the season. Michael Rankine finished as leading scorer with 14 goals, of which 12 came in league competition and two came in the FA Cup. The winner of the Clubman of the Year award, voted for by the club's supporters, was Daniel Parslow for the second time in three seasons.

2011 FA Community Shield

The 2011 FA Community Shield (also known as The FA Community Shield sponsored by McDonald's for sponsorship reasons) was the 89th FA Community Shield, an annual football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Premier League and FA Cup competitions. The match was the 160th Manchester derby between Manchester United and Manchester City and played at Wembley Stadium, London, on 7 August 2011. Manchester United won the game 3–2, with goals from Chris Smalling and Nani (2), after Joleon Lescott and Edin Džeko had put City 2–0 up at half-time.Manchester United qualified to take part for the fifth consecutive year by winning the 2010–11 Premier League title and Manchester City qualified by winning the 2010–11 FA Cup. United successfully defended the shield to win it for the fourth time in five years, having beaten Chelsea 3–1 in the 2010 match.

2011 FA Cup Final

The 2011 FA Cup Final was the 130th final of the FA Cup, the world's oldest domestic football cup competition. The final took place on 14 May 2011 at Wembley Stadium in London in front of 88,643 spectators and a British television audience of more than eight million. The clubs contesting the final were Premier League clubs Manchester City and Stoke City. The match was Stoke City's first FA Cup final, and Manchester City's ninth.

As Premier League clubs, they entered the competition in the third round. Manchester City made an unconvincing start, contesting two replays against lower league opposition in the third and fourth rounds but gained momentum and kept three consecutive clean sheets en route to the final. Stoke City played one replay in the third round, before beating all opponents in a run which culminated in a 5–0 victory over Bolton Wanderers in the semi-final at Wembley Stadium – the biggest winning margin at Wembley since 1939. Manchester City entered the final as favourites, with Stoke City as underdogs.Manchester City began the match the brighter of the two teams with the majority of possession and a number of shots forcing saves from goalkeeper Thomas Sørensen but the first half remained goalless. Stoke improved after the half-time interval but failed to score from their only shot on target in the 62nd minute, which was saved by goalkeeper Joe Hart after a one-on-one with striker Kenwyne Jones. In the 74th minute, Manchester City midfielder, Yaya Touré fired a loose ball in the Stoke City penalty area past goalkeeper Sørensen to give Manchester City the lead. Stoke attempted to equalise after Manchester City's goal without success and the final finished 1–0 with Manchester City claiming their fifth FA Cup. The result gave Manchester City their first major trophy for 35 years, ending the longest trophy drought in the club's history. Stoke City manager Tony Pulis said "Manchester City were the better team and deserved to win", but expressed "disappointment" at his team's display. Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini dedicated the victory to the Manchester City supporters, declaring, "I am happy for the fans, they deserved to win this Cup. For a long time they didn't win."The medals were handed out by Prime Minister David Cameron. As winners, Manchester City won a place in the 2011 FA Community Shield and the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League but as they had already qualified for the UEFA Champions League via their league position, the Europa League place was given to Stoke City as runners-up. To celebrate their victory, Manchester City held an open-top bus parade on 23 May 2011, beginning at Manchester Town Hall and ending at the City of Manchester Stadium; it attracted a crowd of up to 100,000.

2011 World Football Challenge

The 2011 World Football Challenge was the second World Football Challenge event, a series of friendly football matches played in the United States and Canada in July and August.

Bacary Sagna

Bacary Sagna (French pronunciation: ​[bakaʁi saɲa]); born 14 February 1983) is a French professional footballer who currently plays for Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact. He has mainly played in the Premier League, and also for the France national team. His former manager at Arsenal, Arsène Wenger, once described him as the best right back in the Premier League. In addition to him regularly featuring as a wing-back, Sagna played as a centre back for Arsenal on several occasions.He began his career at Auxerre, before transferring to Arsenal for £7 million in 2007. In 2014, shortly after winning the FA Cup, his first trophy at the club, he made a move to Manchester City.

A full international since 2007, he was selected by France for two FIFA World Cup tournaments and one UEFA European Championship.

Bedfont Town F.C.

Bedfont Town Football Club was a semi-professional football club based in Bedfont, Greater London, England.

Bolton Wanderers F.C.

Bolton Wanderers Football Club ( (listen)) is a professional football club in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England, which competes in EFL League One, the third tier of English football.

Formed as Christ Church Football Club in 1874, it adopted its current name in 1877 and was a founder member of the Football League in 1888. Bolton have spent more seasons than any other club in the top flight without winning the title. They finished third in the First Division in 1891–92, 1920–21 and 1924–25.

Bolton won three FA Cups in the 1920s, and a fourth in 1958. The club spent a season in the Fourth Division in 1987-88 before regaining top-flight status in 1995 and qualifying for the UEFA Cup twice, reaching the last 32 in 2005–06 and the last 16 in 2007–08.

The club played at Burnden Park for 102 years from 1895. On 9 March 1946, 33 Bolton fans lost their lives in the Burnden Park disaster when a human crush occurred. In 1997, Bolton moved to the Reebok Stadium, renamed the Macron Stadium in 2014, and now known as the University of Bolton Stadium.

James Milner

James Philip Milner (born 4 January 1986) is an English professional footballer who plays for Premier League club Liverpool. A versatile player, he has been used in many different positions such as on the wing, in midfield and at full back. Milner is Liverpool's vice-captain.Milner's talent in football, cricket, and long-distance running was recognised at a very young age. He represented his school in these sports and played football for amateur teams from Rawdon and Horsforth. He supported Leeds United from a young age and was a season ticket holder at the club. In 1996, he joined the Leeds United youth academy. He made his debut for the first team in 2002 aged only 16 and gained prominence as the youngest player to score in the Premier League.

While at Leeds United, he spent time on loan at Swindon Town to gain experience as a first-team player. Following his move to Newcastle United, he was loaned to Aston Villa for a season. He went on to make over 100 appearances for Newcastle, before returning to Aston Villa on a permanent transfer in 2008. After playing an influential role in Aston Villa's run to the 2010 League Cup Final and being named 2009–10 PFA Young Player of the Year, Milner joined Manchester City for a reported £26m transfer fee in 2010, going on to win the 2011–12 and 2013–14 Premier League titles, 2010–11 FA Cup and 2013–14 League Cup. After five seasons with Manchester City, Milner signed for Liverpool on a free transfer in 2015, with whom he won the UEFA Champions League in 2019, after making an appearance as a substitute in the final against Tottenham.

Milner made a record 46 appearances for the England national under-21 football team, playing at the 2007 and 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championships. He also played 61 appearances for the full English national team, scoring once against Moldova. He was selected for the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cup squads, as well as the 2012 and 2016 UEFA European Championships. Milner retired from international football in 2016.

John Heitinga

John Gijsbert Alan "Johnny" Heitinga (born 15 November 1983) is a Dutch football coach and a former player who played as a centre back. He manages the Under-19 squad of Ajax. A product of the Ajax Youth Academy, he played for their first squad from 2001 to 2008. After a one-year spell at Atlético Madrid in Spain, he signed for Everton in 2009. Joining Fulham for six months in January 2014, he then signed with German side Hertha BSC the following Summer, signing a two-year deal with the club from Berlin. In June 2015 he returned to his first club Ajax.

Since his debut for Dutch national team in February 2004, Heitinga has over 85 caps, and he has represented his country at two World Cups (2006 and 2010) and three European Championships (2004, 2008, and 2012). In 2008, Heitinga was named Dutch Footballer of the Year. He is of mixed Dutch and Indo ancestry.

List of Peterborough United F.C. players

This is a list of notable footballers who have played for Peterborough United. The aim is for this list to include all players that have played 100 or more senior matches for the club. Other players who are deemed to have played an important role for the club can also be included, but the reason for their assumed notability should be indicated in the 'Notes' column.

For a list of all Peterborough United players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:Peterborough United F.C. players, and for the current squad see Peterborough United F.C.#Current squad.

Newton Aycliffe F.C.

Newton Aycliffe Football Club is an English football club based in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. The club's ground is the Moore Lane Sports Club Ground. They play in the Northern League Division One.

North Greenford United F.C.

North Greenford United Football Club is a football club based in Greenford in the London Borough of Ealing, England. They play in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division. The club is affiliated to the Middlesex County Football Association.

Old Woodstock Town F.C.

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6 November 2010 Colchester United (3)4–3Bradford City (4)Colchester Community Stadium
15:00 GMT Bond Goal 7'
Mooney Goal 20'64' (pen.)
Wilson Goal 54'
(Report) Hanson Goal 8'79'
Syers Goal 32'
Attendance: 2,736
Referee: Iain Williamson
6 November 2010 Corby Town (6)1–1Luton Town (5)Rockingham Triangle
15:00 GMT Mackey Goal 14' (Report) Barnes-Homer Goal 83' Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Andy Penn
17 November 2010 ReplayLuton Town (5)4–2Corby Town (6)Kenilworth Road
19:45 GMT Barnes-Homer Goal 5'
Atieno Goal 29'62'
Gnakpa Goal 81'
(Report) Walker Goal 84'
Hope Goal 86'
Jarman Red card 25'
Attendance: 3,050
Referee: Chris Sarginson
6 November 2010 Harrow Borough (7)0–2Chesterfield (4)Earlsmead Stadium
14:00 GMT (Report) Boden Goal 74'
Davies Goal 90+3'
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Andy Woolmer
6 November 2010 Notts County (3)2–0Gateshead (5)Meadow Lane
15:00 GMT Davies Goal 22' (pen.)
Rodgers Goal 83'
(Report) Attendance: 3,235
Referee: Wayne Barratt
6 November 2010 Stevenage (4)0–0Milton Keynes Dons (3)Broadhall Way
15:00 GMT (Report) Attendance: 2,956
Referee: Robert Lewis
16 November 2010 ReplayMilton Keynes Dons (3)1–1 (a.e.t.)
6–7 p)
Stevenage (4)Stadium:mk
19:45 GMT Guy Goal 49' (Report) Charles Goal 90+5' Attendance: 3,977
Referee: Gavin Ward
Baldock Penalty scored
Gleeson Penalty scored
Carrington Penalty scored
MacKenzie Penalty scored
Leven Penalty missed
O'Hanlon Penalty scored
Lewington Penalty scored
Kouo-Doumbé Penalty missed
Griffin Penalty scored
Laird Penalty missed
Mousinho Penalty scored
Charles Penalty scored
Long Penalty scored
Odubade Penalty scored
Roberts Penalty scored
Wilson Penalty scored
7 November 2010 Southport (5)2–5Sheffield Wednesday (3)Haig Avenue
12:00 GMT Barratt Goal 52'
McGinn Goal 58'
(Report) Teale Goal 11'
Mellor Goal 54'
Morrison Goal 61'62'
Spurr Goal 64'
Attendance: 4,490
Referee: Carl Boyeson
6 November 2010 Rotherham United (4)0–0York City (5)Don Valley Stadium
15:00 GMT (Report) Attendance: 3,227
Referee: Karl Evans
17 November 2010 ReplayYork City (5)3–0Rotherham United (4)Bootham Crescent
19:45 GMT Smith Goal 66'
Rankine Goal 71' (pen.)79'
(Report) Attendance: 2,644
Referee: David Coote
6 November 2010 Havant & Waterlooville (6)0–2Droylsden (6)West Leigh Park
15:00 GMT (Report) Hardiker Goal 57'
Kilheeney Goal 89'
Attendance: 1,102
Referee: Kevin Johnson
6 November 2010 Bury (4)2–0Exeter City (3)Gigg Lane
15:00 GMT Sodje Goal 28'
Lees Goal 53'
(Report) Attendance: 2,359
Referee: Oliver Langford
6 November 2010 Cheltenham Town (4)1–0Morecambe (4)Whaddon Road
15:00 GMT Thomas Goal 80' (Report) Attendance: 2,066
Referee: Craig Pawson
6 November 2010 Hayes & Yeading United (5)1–2Wycombe Wanderers (4)Church Road
15:00 GMT Holmes Goal 70' (Report) Beavon Goal 61'
Ainsworth Goal 90+5'
Attendance: 1,426
Referee: Dave Phillips
6 November 2010 Dagenham & Redbridge (3)1–1Leyton Orient (3)Victoria Road
15:00 GMT Green Goal 45+2' (Report) Revell Goal 45' Attendance: 3,378
Referee: Steve Rushton
16 November 2010 ReplayLeyton Orient (3)3–2Dagenham & Redbridge (3)Brisbane Road
19:45 GMT McGleish Goal 2'76'
Revell Goal 24'
(Report) Green Goal 67' (pen.)
Taiwo Goal 68'
Attendance: 2,901
Referee: Simon Hooper
6 November 2010 AFC Wimbledon (5)0–0Ebbsfleet United (6)Kingsmeadow
15:00 GMT Jolley Red card 37' (Report) Carew Red card 42' Attendance: 3,219
Referee: Andy Davies
18 November 2010 ReplayEbbsfleet United (6)2–3 (a.e.t.)AFC Wimbledon (5)Stonebridge Road
19:45 GMT Carew Goal 12' (pen.)18' (Report) Nwokeji Goal 9'
Moore Goal 90+4'120+1'
Attendance: 2,306
Referee: Keith Hill
6 November 2010 Lincoln City (4)1–0Nuneaton Town (6)Sincil Bank
15:00 GMT Jarrett Goal 90'
Keltie Red card 44'
(Report) Attendance: 3,084
Referee: Carl Berry
6 November 2010 Mansfield Town (5)0–1Torquay United (4)Field Mill
15:00 GMT (Report) Benyon Goal 87' Attendance: 2,179
Referee: Michael Naylor
6 November 2010 Hereford United (4)5–1Hythe Town (9)Edgar Street
15:00 GMT Rose Goal 8'
Purdie Goal 21'
Manset Goal 39'44'
Fleetwood Goal 90+3'
(Report) Mickelborough Goal 26' Attendance: 2,217
Referee: Andy D'Urso
6 November 2010 AFC Bournemouth (3)5–3Tranmere Rovers (3)Dean Court
15:00 GMT McQuoid Goal 1'4'57'
Pugh Goal 7'
Feeney Goal 61'
(Report) Cresswell Goal 27'
Goodison Goal 42'
Thomas-Moore Goal 53'
Attendance: 3,951
Referee: Brendan Malone
6 November 2010 Chelmsford City (6)3–2Hendon (7)Melbourne Stadium
15:00 GMT Higgins Goal 8'
Bricknell Goal 28'
Cook Goal 68'
Pullen Red card 41'
(Report) Busby Goal 43' (pen.)80' Attendance: 1,685
Referee: Andy Hendley
6 November 2010 Swindon Supermarine (7)2–1Eastwood Town (6)Webbs Wood Stadium
15:00 GMT Holgate Goal 16'
Wells Goal 27'
(Report) Stevenson Goal 47' Attendance: 2,603
Referee: John Hopkins
6 November 2010 Rushden & Diamonds (5)0–1Yeovil Town (3)Nene Park
15:00 GMT (Report) Williams Goal 83' Attendance: 1,666
Referee: Mark Brown
6 November 2010 Southampton (3)2–0Shrewsbury Town (4)St Mary's Stadium
15:00 GMT Connolly Goal 90+2'
Lallana Goal 90+2'
(Report) Attendance: 10,410
Referee: Grant Hegley
6 November 2010 Cambridge United (5)0–0Huddersfield Town (3)Abbey Stadium
17:30 GMT (Report) Attendance: 3,127
Referee: Paul Tierney
16 November 2010 ReplayHuddersfield Town (3)2–1Cambridge United (5)Galpharm Stadium
19:45 GMT Peltier Goal 90+1'
Roberts Goal 90+4'
(Report) McAuley Goal 53' Attendance: 3,766
Referee: Graham Salisbury
7 November 2010 Burton Albion (4)1–0Oxford United (4)Pirelli Stadium
15:00 GMT Webster Goal 85' (Report) Attendance: 2,483
Referee: Garry Sutton
6 November 2010 Gillingham (4)0–2Dover Athletic (6)Priestfield Stadium
15:00 GMT Nutter Red card 70' (Report) Birchall Goal 18'
I'Anson Goal 28'
Attendance: 7,475
Referee: Darren Deadman
6 November 2010 Tamworth (5)2–1Crewe Alexandra (4)The Lamb Ground
15:00 GMT Rodman Goal 11'
Thomas Goal 55'
(Report) Westwood Goal 88' Attendance: 1,776
Referee: Graham Scott
6 November 2010 Darlington (5)2–1Bristol Rovers (3)The Darlington Arena
15:00 GMT Brough Goal 14'
Smith Goal 57'
(Report) Hoskins Goal 17' Attendance: 1,602
Referee: Jock Waugh
6 November 2010 Guiseley (6)0–5Crawley Town (5)Nethermoor Park
15:00 GMT (Report) Tubbs Goal 15'
Neilson Goal 36'
Hall Goal 56'
Brodie Goal 72'
Torres Goal 75'
Attendance: 1,609
Referee: Peter Bankes
6 November 2010 Brighton & Hove Albion (3)0–0Woking (6)Withdean Stadium
15:00 GMT (Report) Attendance: 5,868
Referee: Mick Russell
16 November 2010 ReplayWoking (6)2–2 (a.e.t.)
0–3 p)
Brighton & Hove Albion (3)Kingfield Stadium
19:45 GMT Greer Goal 72' (o.g.)
Sogbanmu Goal 103'
(Report) Sparrow Goal 57'
Bennett Goal 105'
Taricco Red card 105+3'
Attendance: 4,193
Referee: Roger East
Sogbanmu Penalty missed
Faulconbridge Penalty missed
Hammond Penalty missed
Murray Penalty scored
Sparrow Penalty scored
Battipiedi Penalty missed
Baz Penalty scored
6 November 2010 Macclesfield Town (4)2–2Southend United (4)Moss Rose
15:00 GMT Daniel Goal 8'
Brown Goal 47'
(Report) German Goal 33' (pen.)
Corr Goal 76'
Attendance: 1,582
Referee: Robert Madley
16 November 2010 ReplaySouthend United (4)2–2 (a.e.t.)
3–5 p)
Macclesfield Town (4)Roots Hall
19:45 GMT Simpson Goal 87'
Corr Goal 105+1'
(Report) Sinclair Goal 61'
Nsiala Goal 99'
Attendance: 2,194
Referee: Dean Whitestone
German Penalty scored
Corr Penalty missed
Clohessy Penalty scored
Hall Penalty scored
Chalmers Penalty scored
Barnett Penalty scored
Bencherif Penalty scored
Reid Penalty scored
Brown Penalty scored
5 November 2010 Rochdale (3)2–3FC United of Manchester (7)Spotland Stadium
19:45 GMT Elding Goal 53'
Dawson Goal 78'
(Report) Platt Goal 42'
Cottrell Goal 49'
Norton Goal 90+4'
Attendance: 7,048
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
6 November 2010 Carlisle United (3)6–0Tipton Town (9)Brunton Park
15:00 GMT Zoko Goal 5'19'
Madine Goal 9'12'41'82'
(Report) Attendance: 4,241
Referee: Andy Madley
6 November 2010 Dartford (6)1–1Port Vale (4)Princes Park
15:00 GMT Bradbrook Goal 39' (Report) McCombe Goal 84' Attendance: 3,679
Referee: Phil Gibbs
16 November 2010 ReplayPort Vale (4)4–0Dartford (6)Vale Park
19:45 GMT M. Richards Goal 17' (pen.)26'
Rigg Goal 57'
J. Richards Goal 72'
(Report) Attendance: 3,590
Referee: Mark Haywood
6 November 2010 Forest Green Rovers (5)0–3Northampton Town (4)The New Lawn
15:00 GMT (Report) Johnson Goal 30'
Guinan Goal 40'
Jacobs Goal 76'
Attendance: 1,479
Referee: James Linington
6 November 2010 Fleetwood Town (5)1–1Walsall (3)Highbury Stadium
15:00 GMT Mullan Goal 50' (Report) Richards Goal 4'
McGivern Red card 40'
Attendance: 2,319
Referee: Peter Quinn
16 November 2010 ReplayWalsall (3)2–0Fleetwood Town (5)Bescot Stadium
19:45 GMT Reid Goal 58'90+3' (Report) Attendance: 2,056
Referee: Russell Booth
6 November 2010 Barnet (4)0–0Charlton Athletic (3)Underhill Stadium
15:00 GMT (Report) Attendance: 2,684
Referee: Darren Drysdale
16 November 2010 ReplayCharlton Athletic (3)1–0Barnet (4)The Valley
19:45 GMT Reid Goal 18' (Report) Attendance: 4,803
Referee: Kevin Wright
6 November 2010 Plymouth Argyle (3)0–4Swindon Town (3)Home Park
15:00 GMT Parrett Red card 45+2' (Report) Morrison Goal 23'
Austin Goal 41'
Péricard Goal 52'
Ritchie Goal 69'
Attendance: 5,226
Referee: Darren Sheldrake
6 November 2010 Accrington Stanley (4)3–2Oldham Athletic (3)Crown Ground
15:00 GMT Putterill Goal 8'52'
Ryan Goal 36'
(Report) Feeney Goal 69'
StephensGoal 75' (pen.)
Attendance: 2,275
Referee: David Webb
6 November 2010 Hartlepool United (3)0–0Vauxhall Motors (6)Victoria Park
15:00 GMT Humphreys Red card 87' (Report) Attendance: 2,381
Referee: Steve Martin
16 November 2010 ReplayVauxhall Motors (6)0–1Hartlepool United (3)Rivacre Park
19:45 GMT (Report) Brown Goal 70' Attendance: 2,406
Referee: Trevor Kettle
6 November 2010 Stockport County (4)1–1Peterborough United (3)Edgeley Park
15:00 GMT Griffin Goal 20' (Report) McLean Goal 28' Attendance: 2,001
Referee: Andy Haines
16 November 2010 ReplayPeterborough United (3)4–1Stockport County (4)London Road Stadium
19:45 GMT Langmead Goal 27'
Mackail-Smith Goal 47'
Tomlin Goal 56'
McLean Goal 90+4'
(Report) Tansey Goal 72' Attendance: 2,312
Referee: Stuart Attwell
6 November 2010 Brentford (3)1–1Aldershot Town (4)Griffin Park
15:00 GMT MacDonald Goal 20' (Report) Small Goal 13' Attendance: 4,090
Referee: Russell Booth
16 November 2010 ReplayAldershot Town (4)1–0Brentford (3)Recreation Ground
19:45 GMT Small Goal 8' (Report) Attendance: 3,627
Referee: Pat Miller
27 November 2010 Sheffield Wednesday (3)3–2Northampton Town (4)Hillsborough Stadium
15:00 GMT Beevers Goal 6'
Miller Goal 37' (pen.)90+2' (pen.)
(Report) McKay Goal 56'
Thornton Goal 90+4'
Attendance: 8,932
Referee: David Foster
27 November 2010 Burton Albion (4)3–1Chesterfield (4)Pirelli Stadium
15:00 GMT Webster Goal 11'
Maghoma Goal 22'
Collins Goal 90+4'
(Report) Bowery Goal 90+1' Attendance: 3,881
Referee: Mark Brown
27 November 2010 Huddersfield Town (3)6–0Macclesfield Town (4)Galpharm Stadium
15:00 GMT Rhodes Goal 19'
Pilkington Goal 35'
Afobe Goal 45+1'
McCombe Goal 49'
Kay Goal 53'
Roberts Goal 73'
(Report) Attendance: 4,924
Referee: Carl Boyeson
27 November 2010 AFC Wimbledon (5)0–2Stevenage (4)Kingsmeadow
12:50 GMT Harris Red card 83' (Report) Walker Goal 24'
Odubade Goal 81'
Attendance: 3,633
Referee: Keith Stroud
14 December 2010 Hartlepool United (3)4–2Yeovil Town (3)Victoria Park
19:45 GMT Sweeney Goal 35'40'59'
Humphreys Goal 49'
(Report) A. Williams Goal 18'
Upson Goal 31'
Attendance: 1,914
Referee: Robert Madley
27 November 2010 Bury (4)1–2Peterborough United (3)Gigg Lane
15:00 GMT Lowe Goal 51' (Report) Tomlin Goal 13'
Mackail-Smith Goal 38'
Attendance: 2,514
Referee: Jon Moss
14 December 2010 Notts County (3)3–1AFC Bournemouth (3)Meadow Lane
19:45 GMT Pearce Goal 18'
Hughes Goal 35'
Cummings Goal 45' (og.)
(Report) Fletcher Goal 84' Attendance: 2,881
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
29 November 2010 Droylsden (6)1–1Leyton Orient (3)Butcher's Arms Ground
19:45 GMT Kilheeney Goal 24' (Report) McGleish Goal 73' Attendance: 1,762
Referee: Colin Webster
7 December 2010 ReplayLeyton Orient (3)8–2 (a.e.t.)Droylsden (6)Brisbane Road
19:45 GMT Chorley Goal 77' (pen.) Yellow card 79' Yellow-red card 90'
Téhoué Goal 89'99'107'
M'Poku Goal 93'
McGleish Goal 97'108'119'
Forbes Red card 37'
(Report) Kilheeney Goal 6'
Brown Goal 54'
Kerr Red card 84'
Roche Yellow card 11' Yellow-red card 94'
Attendance: 1,345
Referee: Graham Scott
26 November 2010 Crawley Town (5)1–1Swindon Town (3)Broadfield Stadium
19:45 GMT Tubbs Goal 76' (Report) Austin Goal 66' Attendance: 3,895
Referee: Rob Shoebridge
7 December 2010 ReplaySwindon Town (3)2–3 (a.e.t.)Crawley Town (5)The County Ground
19:45 GMT McGovern Goal 18'
Austin Goal 41'
Douglas Red card 45+2'
(Report) B. Smith Goal 16'118'
P. Smith Goal 69' (o.g.)
Attendance: 2,955
Referee: Phil Crossley
27 November 2010 Brighton & Hove Albion (3)1–1FC United of Manchester (7)Withdean Stadium
15:00 GMT Taricco Goal 83' (Report) Platt Goal 40'
McManus Red card 70'
Attendance: 5,362
Referee: Dean Whitestone
8 December 2010 ReplayFC United of Manchester (7)0–4Brighton & Hove Albion (3)Gigg Lane
19:45 GMT (Report) Sandaza Goal 25'
Calderón Goal 45+3'
Bennett Goal 86'
Sparrow Goal 90'
Attendance: 6,900
Referee: Eddie Ilderton
27 November 2010 Southampton (3)3–0Cheltenham Town (4)St Mary's Stadium
15:00 GMT Lallana Goal 8'
Guly Goal 50'
Gobern Goal 87'
(Report) Attendance: 9,276
Referee: Stuart Attwell
27 November 2010 Torquay United (4)1–0Walsall (3)Plainmoor
15:00 GMT Kee Goal 41' (pen.) (Report) Attendance: 2,334
Referee: Danny McDermid
27 November 2010 Charlton Athletic (3)2–2Luton Town (5)The Valley
15:00 GMT Anyinsah Goal 6'
Jackson Goal 34'
(Report) Drury Goal 30'83' Attendance: 8,682
Referee: Oliver Langford
9 December 2010 ReplayLuton Town (5)1–3Charlton Athletic (3)Kenilworth Road
19:45 GMT Kroča Goal 38' (Report) Wagstaff Goal 44'
Anyinsah Goal 66'
Jackson Goal 80'
Attendance: 5,914
Referee: Steve Tanner[15]
27 November 2010 Colchester United (3)1–0Swindon Supermarine (7)Colchester Community Stadium
15:00 GMT Mooney Goal 21' (Report) Attendance: 3,047
Referee: Dave Phillips
27 November 2010 Hereford United (4)2–2Lincoln City (4)Edgar Street
15:00 GMT Purdie Goal 23'
Manset Goal 86' (pen.)
(Report) Grimes Goal 19'
Carayol Goal 27'
Attendance: 1,803
Referee: Iain Williamson
8 January 2011 ReplayLincoln City (4)3–4Hereford United (4)Sincil Bank
15:00 GMT Clapham Goal 6'
Facey Goal 24'
Grimes Goal 48'
(Report) Manset Goal 4'72'
Fleetwood Goal 36'43'
Attendance: 1,794
Referee: Scott Mathieson
26 November 2010 Port Vale (4)1–0Accrington Stanley (4)Vale Park
19:45 GMT J.Richards Goal 24' (Report) Attendance: 4,016
Referee: Darren Sheldrake
27 November 2010 Wycombe Wanderers (4)3–1Chelmsford City (6)Adams Park
15:00 GMT Rendell Goal 22'73'
Beavon Goal 84'
(Report) Higgins Goal 59' Attendance: 3,205
Referee: Robert Lewis
27 November 2010 Carlisle United (3)3–2Tamworth (5)Brunton Park
15:00 GMT Madine Goal 50'
Zoko Goal 86'
Chester Goal 90'
(Report) Marshall Goal 30'
Thomas Goal 85'
Attendance: 3,599
Referee: Scott Mathieson
27 November 2010 Dover Athletic (6)2–0Aldershot Town (4)Crabble Athletic Ground
15:00 GMT Birchall Goal 54'90' (pen.) (Report) Attendance: 4,123
Referee: Brendan Malone
27 November 2010 Darlington (5)0–2York City (5)The Darlington Arena
15:00 GMT (Report) Sangare Goal 44'
Chambers Goal 90+3'
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Paul Tierney
8 January 2011 Burnley (2)4–2Port Vale (4)Turf Moor
15:00 GMT Carlisle Goal 4'
Mears Goal 21'
Eagles Goal 50'
Alexander Goal 76' (pen.)
Report R. Taylor Goal 15'82' Attendance: 9,442
Referee: Ilderton
8 January 2011 Coventry City (2)2–1Crystal Palace (2)Ricoh Arena
15:00 GMT Eastwood Goal 15'
Baker Goal 17'
Report Danns Goal 81' Attendance: 8,162
Referee: Pawson
8 January 2011 Bristol City (2)0–3Sheffield Wednesday (3)Ashton Gate Stadium
15:00 GMT Report Teale Goal 49'
Mellor Goal 55'
Morrison Goal 65'
Attendance: 11,378
Referee: Sheldrake
8 January 2011 Fulham (1)6–2Peterborough United (3)Craven Cottage
15:00 GMT Kamara Goal 32'59'76'
Etuhu Goal 45'
Gera Goal 66'
Greening Goal 89'
Report Tomlin Goal 71'
McCann Goal 86' (pen.)
Attendance: 15,936
Referee: Lee Mason
8 January 2011 Doncaster Rovers (2)2–2Wolverhampton Wanderers (1)Keepmoat Stadium
15:00 GMT Sharp Goal 41'
Hayter Goal 43'
Report Milijaš Goal 38'
Hunt Goal 58' (pen.)
Elokobi Red card 77'
Attendance: 8,616
Referee: Taylor
18 January 2011 ReplayWolverhampton Wanderers (1)5–0Doncaster Rovers (2)Molineux Stadium
19:45 GMT Fletcher Goal 5'
Mujangi Bia Goal 61'
Doyle Goal 66'
Jarvis Goal 74'
Jones Goal 90+3'
Report Attendance: 10,031
Referee: Friend
8 January 2011 Brighton & Hove Albion (3)3–1Portsmouth (2)Withdean Stadium
15:00 GMT Wood Goal 26'
Barnes Goal 45' (pen.)
Sandaza Goal 90+1'
Report Kilbey Goal 88'
Kitson Red card 14'
Attendance: 7,792
Referee: Scott
8 January 2011 Huddersfield Town (3)2–0Dover Athletic (6)Galpharm Stadium
15:00 GMT Arfield Goal 7'
Roberts Goal 8'
Report Attendance: 7,894
Referee: Bates
8 January 2011 West Ham United (1)2–0Barnsley (2)Boleyn Ground
15:00 GMT Spector Goal 29'
Piquionne Goal 90+4'
Report Attendance: 32,159
Referee: Swarbrick
8 January 2011 Reading (2)1–0West Bromwich Albion (1)Madejski Stadium
15:00 GMT Long Goal 41' Report Olsson Red card 60' Attendance: 13,005
Referee: Moss
8 January 2011 Arsenal (1)1–1Leeds United (2)Emirates Stadium
12:45 GMT Fàbregas Goal 90' (pen.) Report Snodgrass Goal 54' (pen.) Attendance: 59,520
Referee: Dowd
19 January 2011 ReplayLeeds United (2)1–3Arsenal (1)Elland Road
20:00 GMT Johnson Goal 37' Report Nasri Goal 5'
Sagna Goal 35'
Van Persie Goal 76'
Attendance: 38,232
Referee: Dean
8 January 2011 Sheffield United (2)1–3Aston Villa (1)Bramall Lane
15:00 GMT Ward Goal 48' (pen.) Report Walker Goal 9'
Albrighton Goal 33'
Petrov Goal 90+3'
A. Young Yellow card 62' Red card 77'
Attendance: 16,888
Referee: Jones
9 January 2011 Leicester City (2)2–2Manchester City (1)Walkers Stadium
16:00 GMT Bamba Goal 1'
King Goal 64'
Report Milner Goal 23'
Tevez Goal 45'
Attendance: 31,200
Referee: Dean
18 January 2011 ReplayManchester City (1)4–2Leicester City (2)City of Manchester Stadium
19:45 GMT Tevez Goal 15'
Vieira Goal 37'
A. Johnson Goal 38'
Kolarov Goal 90'
Report Gallagher Goal 19' (pen.)
Dyer Goal 83'
Attendance: 27,755
Referee: Halsey
8 January 2011 Bolton Wanderers (1)2–0York City (5)Reebok Stadium
15:00 GMT Davies Goal 83'
Elmander Goal 89'
Report Attendance: 13,120
Referee: Hill
8 January 2011 Blackburn Rovers (1)1–0Queens Park Rangers (2)Ewood Park
15:00 GMT Hoilett Goal 77' Report Attendance: 10,284
Referee: Walton
8 January 2011 Swansea City (2)4–0Colchester United (3)Liberty Stadium
15:00 GMT Monk Goal 25'
Pratley Goal 35'
Van der Gun Goal 68'
Sinclair Goal 82'
Report Attendance: 7,005
Referee: Shoebridge
8 January 2011 Stevenage (4)3–1Newcastle United (1)Broadhall Way
17:30 GMT Williamson Goal 50' (o.g.)
Bostwick Goal 55'
Winn Goal 90+3'
Report Barton Goal 90+2'
Tioté Red card 70'
Attendance: 6,644
Referee: Marriner
8 January 2011 Burton Albion (4)2–1Middlesbrough (2)Pirelli Stadium
15:00 GMT Harrad Goal 82'90+4' Report O'Neil Goal 58' Attendance: 5,236
Referee: Tanner
8 January 2011 Millwall (2)1–4Birmingham City (1)The Den
15:00 GMT Schofield Goal 90+1' Report Derbyshire Goal 17'45'
Murphy Goal 27'
Jerome Goal 72'
Attendance: 9,841
Referee: Probert
8 January 2011 Southampton (3)2–0Blackpool (1)St Mary's Stadium
15:00 GMT Barnard Goal 53'
Do Prado Goal 88'
Report Attendance: 21,464
Referee: Danny McDermid
8 January 2011 Watford (2)4–1Hartlepool United (3)Vicarage Road
15:00 GMT Mingoia Goal 66'
Sordell Goal 68'82'
Graham Goal 90'
Report Sweeney Goal 45' Attendance: 8,950
Referee: Booth
9 January 2011 Chelsea (1)7–0Ipswich Town (2)Stamford Bridge
15:00 GMT Kalou Goal 33'
Sturridge Goal 33'52'
Edwards Goal 41' (o.g.)
Anelka Goal 49'
Lampard Goal 78'79'
Report Attendance: 41,654
Referee: D'Urso
8 January 2011 Sunderland (1)1–2Notts County (3)Stadium of Light
15:00 GMT Bent Goal 81' (pen.) Report Westcarr Goal 5'
Hughes Goal 75'
Attendance: 17,582
Referee: Attwell
8 January 2011 Scunthorpe United (2)1–5Everton (1)Glanford Park
15:00 GMT Collins Goal 46' Report Saha Goal 4'
Beckford Goal 33'
Coleman Goal 58'
Fellaini Goal 73'
Baines Goal 83'
Attendance: 7,028
Referee: Friend
9 January 2011 Manchester United (1)1–0Liverpool (1)Old Trafford
13:30 GMT Giggs Goal 2' (pen.) Report Gerrard Red card 32' Attendance: 74,727
Referee: Webb
8 January 2011 Hull City (2)2–3Wigan Athletic (1)KC Stadium
15:00 GMT Barmby Goal 74'89' Report Diamé Goal 21'77'
McManaman Goal 56'
Attendance: 10,433
Referee: Clattenburg
8 January 2011 Stoke City (1)1–1Cardiff City (2)Britannia Stadium
15:00 GMT Şanlı Goal 45' Report Chopra Goal 8' Attendance: 18,629
Referee: Halsey
18 January 2011 ReplayCardiff City (2)0–2 (a.e.t.)Stoke City (1)Cardiff City Stadium
19:45 GMT Report Walters Goal 92'115' Attendance: 13,671
Referee: Walton
9 January 2011 Tottenham Hotspur (1)3–0Charlton Athletic (3)White Hart Lane
13:30 GMT Townsend Goal 49'
Defoe Goal 58'60'
Report Attendance: 35,698
Referee: Oliver
8 January 2011 Preston North End (2)1–2Nottingham Forest (2)Deepdale
15:00 GMT Carter Goal 35' Report Anderson Goal 50'
Chambers Goal 89'
Attendance: 9,636
Referee: Crossley
8 January 2011 Norwich City (2)0–1Leyton Orient (3)Carrow Road
15:00 GMT Report Smith Goal 20' Attendance: 18,087
Referee: Whitestone
8 January 2011 Torquay United (4)1–0Carlisle United (3)Plainmoor
15:00 GMT O'Kane Goal 6' Report Attendance: 3,005
Referee: Phil Gibbs
10 January 2011 Crawley Town (5)2–1Derby County (2)Broadfield Stadium
20:00 GMT McAllister Goal 30'
Torres Goal 90+1'
Report Addison Goal 63' Attendance: 4,145
Referee: Haywood
11 January 2011 Wycombe Wanderers (4)0–1Hereford United (4)Adams Park
19:45 GMT Report Manset Goal 32' Attendance: 2,353
Referee: Danny McDermid
29 January 2011 Torquay United (4)0–1Crawley Town (5)Plainmoor, Torquay
15:00 GMT Report Tubbs Goal 39' Attendance: 5,065
Referee: Darren Deadman
29 January 2011 Watford (2)0–1Brighton & Hove Albion (3)Vicarage Road, Watford
15:00 GMT Report Barnes Goal 16' Attendance: 14,519
Referee: Eddie Ilderton
29 January 2011 Bolton Wanderers (1)0–0Wigan Athletic (1)Reebok Stadium, Bolton
15:00 GMT Report Attendance: 14,950
Referee: Andre Marriner
16 February 2011 ReplayWigan Athletic (1)0–1Bolton Wanderers (1)DW Stadium, Wigan
19:45 GMT (Report) Klasnić Goal 66' Attendance: 7,515
Referee: Michael Oliver
30 January 2011 Arsenal (1)2–1Huddersfield Town (3)Emirates Stadium, London
12:00 GMT P. Clarke Goal 22' (o.g.)
Squillaci Red card 42'
Fàbregas Goal 86' (pen.)
Report A. Lee Goal 66' Attendance: 59,375
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
30 January 2011 Fulham (1)4–0Tottenham Hotspur (1)Craven Cottage, London
16:30 GMT Murphy Goal 11' (pen.)14' (pen.)
Hangeland Goal 23'
Dembélé Goal 45+3'
Report Dawson Red card 13' Attendance: 21,829
Referee: Phil Dowd
29 January 2011 Everton (1)1–1Chelsea (1)Goodison Park, Liverpool
12:30 GMT Saha Goal 62' Report Kalou Goal 75' Attendance: 28,376
Referee: Howard Webb
19 February 2011 ReplayChelsea (1)1–1 (a.e.t.)
3–4 p)
Everton (1)Stamford Bridge, London
12:30 GMT Lampard Goal 104' Report Baines Goal 119' Attendance: 41,113
Referee: Phil Dowd
Lampard Penalty scored
Drogba Penalty scored
Anelka Penalty missed
Essien Penalty scored
Cole Penalty missed
Penalty missed Baines
Penalty scored Jagielka
Penalty scored Arteta
Penalty scored Heitinga
Penalty scored Neville
29 January 2011 Southampton (3)1–2Manchester United (1)St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
17:15 GMT Chaplow Goal 45' Report Owen Goal 65'
Hernández Goal 75'
Attendance: 28,792
Referee: Martin Atkinson
29 January 2011 Swansea City (2)1–2Leyton Orient (3)Liberty Stadium, Swansea
12:50 GMT Van der Gun Goal 45' Report Smith Goal 35'
Tate Goal 88' (o.g.)
Attendance: 6,281
Referee: Stuart Attwell
29 January 2011 Burnley (2)3–1Burton Albion (4)Turf Moor, Burnley
15:00 GMT Eagles Goal 29'70'
Paterson Goal 94'
Report Calvin Zola Goal 80' Attendance: 11,664
Referee: Jon Moss
29 January 2011 Birmingham City (1)3–2Coventry City (2)St. Andrews, Birmingham
15:00 GMT Bentley Goal 35'
Parnaby Goal 67'
Phillips Goal 73'
Report King Goal 11'
Wood Goal 26'
Attendance: 16,669
Referee: Mike Dean
29 January 2011 Stevenage (4)1–2Reading (2)Broadhall Way, Stevenage
15:00 GMT Charles Goal 72' Report Leigertwood Goal 23'
Long Goal 87'
Attendance: 6,614
Referee: Andy Taylor
29 January 2011 Aston Villa (1)3–1Blackburn Rovers (1)Villa Park, Birmingham
13:00 GMT Clark Goal 11'
Pires Goal 35'
Delfouneso Goal 42'
Report Kalinić Goal 18' Attendance: 26,067
Referee: Lee Probert
29 January 2011 Sheffield Wednesday (3)4–1Hereford United (4)Hillsborough, Sheffield
15:00 GMT Potter Goal 15'
Morrison Goal 69'79'
Johnson Goal 77'
Fleetwood Goal 9' Attendance: 16,578
Referee: Steve Tanner
30 January 2011 West Ham United (1)3–2Nottingham Forest (2)Upton Park, London
14:00 GMT Obinna Goal 4'42'52' (pen.) Report Adebola Goal 18'
McGoldrick Goal 40'
Attendance: 29,287
Referee: Michael Oliver
30 January 2011 Wolverhampton Wanderers (1)0–1Stoke City (1)Molineux, Wolverhampton
13:00 GMT Report Huth Goal 81' Attendance: 11,967
Referee: Mike Jones
30 January 2011 Notts County (3)1–1Manchester City (1)Meadow Lane, Nottingham
14:00 GMT Bishop Goal 59' Report Džeko Goal 80' Attendance: 16,587
Referee: Chris Foy
20 February 2011 ReplayManchester City (1)5–0Notts County (3)City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
14:00 GMT Vieira Goal 37'58'
Tevez Goal 84'
Džeko Goal 89'
Richards Goal 90'
Report Attendance: 27,276
Referee: Mike Jones
21 February 2011 West Ham United (1)5–1Burnley (2)Upton Park, London
20:00 GMT Hitzlsperger Goal 23'
Cole Goal 48'50'
Reid Goal 59'
Sears Goal 90'
Report Rodriguez Goal 71' Attendance: 24,488
Referee: Martin Atkinson
2 March 2011 Manchester City (1)3–0Aston Villa (1)City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
19:45 GMT Y. Touré Goal 5'
Balotelli Goal 25'
Silva Goal 70'
Report Attendance: 25,570
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
19 February 2011 Stoke City (1)3–0Brighton & Hove Albion (3)Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
15:00 GMT Carew Goal 14'
Walters Goal 22'
Shawcross Goal 43'
Report Attendance: 21,312
Referee: Howard Webb
19 February 2011 Birmingham City (1)3–0Sheffield Wednesday (3)St. Andrews, Birmingham
15:00 GMT Beausejour Goal 6'
Martins Goal 17'
Murphy Goal 53'
Report Attendance: 14,607
Referee: Anthony Taylor
20 February 2011 Leyton Orient (3)1–1Arsenal (1)Brisbane Road, London
16:30 GMT Téhoué Goal 89' Report Rosický Goal 53' Attendance: 9,136
Referee: Kevin Friend
2 March 2011 ReplayArsenal (1)5–0Leyton Orient (3)Emirates Stadium, London
19:45 GMT Chamakh Goal 7'
Bendtner Goal 30'43'62' (pen.)
Clichy Goal 75'
Report Attendance: 59,361
Referee: Lee Mason
1 March 2011 Everton (1)0–1Reading (2)Goodison Park, Liverpool
19:30 GMT Report Mills Goal 26' Attendance: 29,976
Referee: Andre Marriner
19 February 2011 Manchester United (1)1–0Crawley Town (5)Old Trafford, Manchester
17:15 GMT Brown Goal 28' Report Attendance: 74,778
Referee: Lee Probert
20 February 2011 Fulham (1)0–1Bolton Wanderers (1)Craven Cottage, London
15:00 GMT Report Klasnić Goal 19' Attendance: 19,571
Referee: Stuart Attwell
12 March 2011 Birmingham City (1)2–3Bolton Wanderers (1)St. Andrews, Birmingham
12:45 GMT Jerome Goal 38'
Phillips Goal 80'
Report Elmander Goal 21'
K. Davies Goal 66' (pen.)
Lee Goal 90'
Attendance: 23,699
Referee: Phil Dowd
12 March 2011 Manchester United (1)2–0Arsenal (1)Old Trafford, Manchester
17:15 GMT Fábio Goal 28'
Rooney Goal 49'
Report Attendance: 74,693
Referee: Chris Foy
13 March 2011 Stoke City (1)2–1West Ham United (1)Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
14:00 GMT Huth Goal 12'
Higginbotham Goal 63'
Report Piquionne Goal 30' Attendance: 24,550
Referee: Mike Jones
13 March 2011 Manchester City (1)1–0Reading (2)City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
16:45 GMT Richards Goal 74' Report Attendance: 41,150
Referee: Lee Probert
16 April 2011 Manchester City (1)1–0Manchester United (1)Wembley Stadium, London
17:15 BST Y. Touré Goal 52' Report Scholes Red card 72' Attendance: 86,549
Referee: Mike Dean
17 April 2011 Bolton Wanderers (1)0–5Stoke City (1)Wembley Stadium, London
16:00 BST Report Etherington Goal 11'
Huth Goal 17'
Jones Goal 30'
Walters Goal 68'81'
Attendance: 75,064
Referee: Howard Webb
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