2013–14 FA Cup

The 2013–14 FA Cup (also known as The FA Cup with Budweiser for sponsorship reasons) was the 133rd season of the FA Cup, the main domestic cup competition in English football, and the oldest football knock-out competition in the world. It was sponsored by Budweiser for a third consecutive season.[1] 737 clubs from England and Wales entered the competition, which began with the Extra Preliminary Round on 16 August.[2][3] For the first time in the history of the FA Cup, a team from Guernsey entered the competition, Guernsey F.C.,[4] who made it to the Second Round Qualifying.

The defending champions were Championship side Wigan Athletic, who beat Manchester City 1–0 with an injury time winner by Ben Watson in the 2013 Final.[5] Wigan were the first team to win the FA Cup and to be relegated in the same season. It was also the first time that they had won the FA Cup in their history. They entered the competition in the Third Round Proper alongside all the Premier League and Championship teams, advancing all the way to the semi-finals.

On 17 May 2014, Arsenal won the final at Wembley Stadium, defeating Hull City 3–2 after an extra time winner from Aaron Ramsey. This was the 11th win in the FA Cup for the club, a tied record together with Manchester United.[6]

As the winners of the FA Cup, Arsenal were entitled to play in the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League group stage. However, Arsenal had already qualified for the 2014–15 UEFA Champions League after finishing fourth in the 2013–14 Premier League so Hull City took the Europa League place as the FA Cup runners-up. Since Hull City did not win the Cup, they did not qualify for the group stage (as the Cup winners would do). Instead they qualified for the third qualifying round and the other English teams already qualified for Europa League, Everton and Tottenham Hotspur, moved up one round to the Europa League group stage and play-off round respectively.

2013–14 FA Cup
The Football Association Challenge Cup
Country England
Defending championsWigan Athletic
ChampionsArsenal (11th title)
Runners-upHull City
Matches played150
Attendance1,887,923 (12,586 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Britt Assombalonga
Sam Clucas
Joe Garner
(5 goals each)


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

Prize fund

Round No. of Clubs
receive fund
Prize fund
per club[7]
Extra Preliminary Round 185 £1,500
Preliminary Round 160 £1,925
First Round Qualifying 116 £3,000
Second Round Qualifying 80 £4,500
Third Round Qualifying 40 £7,500
Fourth Round Qualifying 32 £12,500
First Round 40 £18,000
Second Round 20 £27,000
Third Round 32 £67,500
Fourth Round 16 £90,000
Fifth Round 8 £180,000
Sixth Round 4 £360,000
Semi-Final losers 2 £450,000
Semi-Final winners 2 £900,000
Final runners-up 1 £900,000
Final winner 1 £1,800,000
Total £15,133,500

Qualifying rounds

All of the teams entering the competition that are not members of either the Premier League or the Football League had to compete in the qualifying rounds to win a place in the competition proper. The qualifying rounds decide which 32 non-league teams play in the First Round Proper.

First Round Proper

The First Round draw took place on Sunday 27 October at 1.35pm.[8] A total of 80 teams will compete, 32 of which having progressed from the Fourth Qualifying Round and 48 clubs from the Football League.[9] The 48 Football League clubs that will enter the First Round Proper comprise Football League One and Football League Two. The lowest ranked sides in this round were Daventry Town and Shortwood United; they are the only level 8 teams left in the competition.

Second Round Proper

The Second Round draw took place on Sunday 10 November at 4.10pm.[10] A total of 40 teams will compete, all of which having progressed from the First Round Proper.[11] The lowest ranked side to qualify for this round is Stourbridge. They are the only level 7 team left in the competition.

  1. ^ Match was abandoned in second half due to waterlogged pitch and was due to be replayed on 4 January 2014.[12] However, on 3 January a pitch inspection postponed this match further to 8 January 2014.[13]

Third Round Proper

The Third Round draw took place on Sunday, 8 December at 16:10.[14] A total of 64 teams competed, 20 of which had progressed from the Second Round Proper along with 44 clubs from the Premier League and Football League Championship.[15] The lowest ranked sides that qualified for this round were Kidderminster Harriers, Macclesfield Town and Grimsby Town; they were the only level 5 teams left in the competition.

Fourth Round Proper

The Fourth Round draw took place on Sunday 5 January 2014, live on ITV at 14:00.[16] Kidderminster Harriers were the lowest ranked team to qualify for this round. They were the only non-league / level 5 team left in the competition.

Fifth Round Proper

The Fifth Round draw took place at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 26 January 2014.[17] A total of 16 teams competed, all of which has progressed from the Fourth Round Proper.[18] The lowest ranked side qualified for this round are Sheffield United.[19] They are the only level 3 team in the Fifth Round.

Sixth Round Proper

The draw for the Sixth Round took place on Sunday 16 February 2014.[20] The lowest ranked side qualified for this round is Sheffield United. They are the only level 3 team in the Sixth Round.


Wembley Stadium 2014-04-13
The second of the 2013-14 semi-finals as Hull City face Sheffield United at Wembley Stadium

The draw for the Semi-Finals took place at Wembley Stadium, London on Sunday 9 March 2014.[21] A total of four teams compete, all of which have progressed from the Sixth Round Proper.[22] The lowest ranked team qualified for this round is Sheffield United. They are the only level 3 team in the Semi-Finals. The matches were delayed by 7 minutes to mark the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough Disaster, which took place on 15 April 1989 in an FA Cup semi-final match between Nottingham Forest and Liverpool, claiming 96 lives.

Wigan Athletic (2)1–1 (a.e.t.)Arsenal (1)
Gómez Goal 63' (pen.) Report Mertesacker Goal 82'
Caldwell Penalty missed
Collison Penalty missed
Beausejour Penalty scored
McArthur Penalty scored
2–4 Penalty scored Arteta
Penalty scored Källström
Penalty scored Giroud
Penalty scored Cazorla
Hull City (1)5–3Sheffield United (3)
Sagbo Goal 42'
Fryatt Goal 49'
Huddlestone Goal 54'
Quinn Goal 67'
Meyler Goal 90+3'
Report Baxter Goal 19'
Scougall Goal 44'
Murphy Goal 90'


FA Cup Final 2014 Wembley stadium
Before kick off as Arsenal face Hull City in the 2013-14 FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium
Arsenal (1)3–2 (a.e.t.)Hull City (1)
Cazorla Goal 17'
Koscielny Goal 71'
Ramsey Goal 109'
Report Chester Goal 4'
Davies Goal 8'

Top scorers

As of 13 April 2014 [24]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Democratic Republic of the Congo Britt Assombalonga Peterborough United 5
England Sam Clucas Mansfield Town
England Joe Garner Preston North End
4 Argentina Sergio Agüero Manchester City 4
England Jay Emmanuel-Thomas Bristol City
England Matty Fryatt Hull City
England Jamie Paterson Nottingham Forest
England Chris Porter Sheffield United
England Reuben Reid Plymouth Argyle
Ivory Coast François Zoko Stevenage

Broadcasting rights

The domestic broadcasting rights for the competition were held by the free-to-air channel ITV and the new subscription channel BT Sport.[25] ITV has held the rights since 2008–09,[26] while BT Sport bought ESPN's remaining FA Cup rights in February 2013.[27] The FA Cup Final must be broadcast live on UK terrestrial television under the Ofcom code of protected sporting events.[28]

These matches were broadcast live on UK television:

Round BT Sport ITV
First Round Proper Wimbledon v Coventry City
Shortwood United v Port Vale
Brackley Town v Gillingham (replay)
Gateshead v Oxford United (replay)
Bishop's Stortford v Northampton Town
Second Round Proper Cambridge United v Sheffield United
Wrexham v Oxford United
Mansfield Town v Oldham Athletic (replay)
Crawley Town v Bristol Rovers (replay)
Tamworth v Bristol City
Third Round Proper Blackburn Rovers v Manchester City
Derby County v Chelsea
Manchester United v Swansea City
Fulham v Norwich City (replay)
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur
Nottingham Forest v West Ham United
Manchester City v Blackburn Rovers (replay)
Fourth Round Proper Arsenal v Coventry City
Stevenage v Everton
Sheffield United v Fulham
Preston North End v Nottingham Forest (replay)
AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool
Chelsea v Stoke City
Fulham v Sheffield United (replay)
Fifth Round Proper Sunderland v Southampton
Arsenal v Liverpool
Brighton & Hove Albion v Hull City
Manchester City v Chelsea
Everton v Swansea City
Hull City v Brighton & Hove Albion (replay)
Sixth Round Proper Sheffield United v Charlton Athletic
Manchester City v Wigan Athletic
Arsenal v Everton
Hull City v Sunderland
Semi-Finals Hull City v Sheffield United Wigan Athletic v Arsenal
Final Arsenal v Hull City


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2013–14 FA Cup qualifying rounds

The 2013–14 FA Cup qualifying rounds opened the 133rd 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 737 clubs were accepted for the competition, down 21 from the previous season's 758.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 clubs from Fourth Round Qualifying progressed to the First Round Proper, where League teams tiered at Levels 3 and 4 entered the competition.

For the first time ever in the history of the FA Cup, a club from Guernsey entered the competition, Guernsey F.C.. This Level 8 club, from the Isthmian League, entered the competition in the Preliminary Round.

2013–14 Professional U18 Development League

The 2013–14 Professional U18 Development League (League 1 referred to as the Barclays Under 18 Premier League for sponsorship reasons) is the second season of the Professional Development League system.

There are 96 participating teams in the 2013–14 Professional U18 Development Leagues.

2013–14 Professional U21 Development League

The 2013–14 Professional U21 Development League (League 1 referred to as the Barclays Under 21 Premier League for sponsorship reasons) was the second season of the Professional Development League system.

There were 42 participating teams in the 2013–14 Professional U21 Development Leagues; 22 in League 1, and 20 in League 2.

League 1 had a new format, with the three groups system being abandoned in favour of a single league system with the teams finishing in the top four positions qualifying for a playoff stage.

2013–14 Under-21 Premier League Cup

The 2013-14 Under-21 Premier League Cup (known as the Barclays Under-21 Premier League Cup for sponsorship reasons) was the first edition of the U21 Premier League Cup.Fifty two teams entered the competition - with sixteen Category 3 EPPP teams entered in the 1st Qualifying Round, seventeen Category 2 teams entered in the 2nd Qualifying Round, and the remaining nineteen Category 1 teams entered in the Round of 32. Teams were allowed to field up to four over-age players in matches – three outfield and one goalkeeper.

2013–14 York City F.C. season

The 2013–14 season was the 92nd season of competitive association football and 77th season in the Football League played by York City Football Club, a professional football club based in York, North Yorkshire, England. Their 17th-place finish in 2012–13 meant it was their second consecutive season in League Two. The season ran from 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014.

Nigel Worthington, starting his first full season as York manager, made eight permanent summer signings. By the turn of the year York were only above the relegation zone on goal difference, before a 17-match unbeaten run saw the team finish in seventh-place in the 24-team 2013–14 League Two. This meant York qualified for the play-offs, and they were eliminated in the semi-final by Fleetwood Town. York were knocked out of the 2013–14 FA Cup, League Cup and Football League Trophy in their opening round matches.

35 players made at least one appearance in nationally organised first-team competition, and there were 12 different goalscorers. Defender Ben Davies missed only five of the 52 competitive matches played over the season. Wes Fletcher finished as leading scorer with 13 goals, of which 10 came in league competition and three came in the FA Cup. The winner of the Clubman of the Year award, voted for by the club's supporters, was Lanre Oyebanjo.

2014 FA Community Shield

The 2014 FA Community Shield (also known as The FA Community Shield supported by McDonald's for sponsorship reasons) was the 92nd FA Community Shield, an annual English football match played between the winners of the previous season's Premier League and FA Cup. The game was played between Arsenal, who beat Hull City in the final of the 2013–14 FA Cup, and Manchester City, champions of the 2013–14 Premier League. Watched by a crowd of 71,523 at Wembley Stadium in London, Arsenal won the match 3–0.

This was Arsenal's 20th Community Shield appearance and Manchester City's 10th. The only time the two teams previously met in the Shield was in 1934, when Arsenal won 4–0. The 2014 staging of the event was the first to use vanishing spray, following its success at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. In the lead up to the match Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini defended his club's transfer recruitment, after it was questioned by the Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger.

Alexis Sánchez was one of three players who made their competitive debuts for Arsenal in the match; for Manchester City, goalkeeper Willy Caballero was selected ahead of Joe Hart. Arsenal began the game more strongly and took the lead when Santi Cazorla scored in the 22nd minute. Their lead was extended two minutes before half time, as Aaron Ramsey finished off a counter-attacking move. Arsenal scored their third of the match soon after the hour mark; Olivier Giroud's shot from outside the penalty box dipped over Caballero and into his goal.

Arsenal's victory was the biggest in the Community Shield in 16 years. Wenger was pleased with his team's performance and felt the win would provide a confidence boost for the coming season. Pellegrini's reaction was indifferent; he believed the absence of several first team players was linked to their poor show.

2014 FA Cup Final

The 2014 FA Cup Final was the 133rd final of the FA Cup, the world's oldest football cup competition. The match was contested between Arsenal and Hull City at Wembley Stadium on 17 May 2014. Hull City made their first appearance in an FA Cup Final, while Arsenal equalled Manchester United's record of 18 final appearances. It was the first time since 2010 that the FA Cup Final had taken place after the end of the Premier League season.Each club needed to win five matches to reach the final. Arsenal beat three of their divisional rivals and needed penalties to defeat cup holders Wigan Athletic. By contrast, four of Hull City's opponents were from the lower divisions; they played one replay in the fifth round against Brighton & Hove Albion.

The match was won by Arsenal, a joint-record 11th Cup, after extra time. Hull scored with two goals in the opening ten minutes from James Chester and Curtis Davies, but Arsenal came back with goals from Santi Cazorla and Laurent Koscielny to level the match by the end of regulation time. Aaron Ramsey scored the winner 11 minutes from the end of extra time.

As Arsenal qualified for the Champions League by their league position, Hull City entered the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League at the third qualifying round; however, due to a change in UEFA rules, this was the last season the runners-up would enter the Europa League if the winners had already qualified for European competition.

Gary Caldwell

Gary Robert Caldwell (born 12 April 1982) is a Scottish former professional footballer and coach, who is currently the manager of Partick Thistle. Caldwell played for Newcastle United, Darlington, Coventry City, Derby County, Hibernian, Celtic, Wigan Athletic and won 55 international caps for Scotland.

Primarily considered a central defender, Caldwell was a versatile player. He was deployed as a right back, defensive midfielder at various spells in his career. His elder brother, Steven, was also a footballer and they were at Wigan concurrently.As an international, he earned a place in the Scotland national football team roll of honour after gaining over 50 caps.

After retirement he went into coaching, and has managed Wigan Athletic, Chesterfield and Partick Thistle.

Houghton Rangers F.C.

Houghton Rangers F.C. is a football club based in England. They played in the FA Cup in 1949, and are currently members of the Leicester & District League Premier Division.

Humber derby

The Humber derby is a footballing rivalry between Scunthorpe United, Hull City and Grimsby Town; clubs based in the region of Humberside.The derby was first contested on 16 December 1905 when Hull City played Grimsby Town at the Boulevard in Hull.

The most recent derby took place on 3 October 2017 with a 2–1 win in an EFL Trophy group stage fixture for Scunthorpe United against Grimsby Town at Glanford Park.

Ibrahim Ayew

Ibrahim Abdul Rahim Ayew (born 16 April 1988), also known as Ibrahim Ayew or Rahim Ayew, is a Ghanaian footballer who plays for Europa of Gibraltar as a defensive midfielder.

Javi García

Francisco Javier "Javi" García Fernández (Spanish pronunciation: [fɾanˈθisko xaβˈjeɾ ˈxaβi ɣaɾˈθi.a feɾˈnandeθ]; born 8 February 1987) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Real Betis. A defensive midfielder by nature, he can also appear as a central defender.

He started his career with Real Madrid, but represented mostly the reserve team, going on to have a three-year spell with Benfica in Portugal. In 2012 he signed with Manchester City, then spent a further three seasons in the Russian Premier League with Zenit where he appeared in 108 matches across all competitions.

García represented Spain at various youth levels, including the victorious under-19s at the 2006 European Championship, and made his senior international debut in 2012.

Jose Baxter

Jose Baxter (born 7 February 1992) is an English footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Oldham Athletic.

Born in Bootle, Baxter began his career with his home town club of Everton, where he became the Premier League's then second youngest ever starter in 2008 at 16 years 191 days. Matthew Briggs of Fulham having held the record from 2007 at 16 years 68 days, a record held until 2019 when another Fulham youngster, Harvey Elliot made his debut at 16 years 30days. After having been on the fringes of the first team and spending time on loan at Tranmere Rovers, he rejected a new contract in 2012 in order to find regular football elsewhere. He joined Oldham Athletic shortly afterwards where he spent a successful season before being bought by Sheffield United just under 12 months later. After a three-year period in Yorkshire interrupted by suspensions, he was released and had a spell without a club before Everton signed him again in 2017 to rebuild his career in their reserve squad. He returned to Oldham in summer 2018.

Baxter represented England at both under-16 and under-17 level.

Kim Källström

Kim Mikael Källström (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈkɪmː ²ɕɛlːstrœm]; born 24 August 1982) is a Swedish retired professional footballer who played as a midfielder. He was noted for his play-making ability and free-kick taking.He started his career at several clubs in Sweden, winning consecutive Allsvenskan titles with Djurgården before moving to France where he represented Rennes and Lyon. Källström won a range of domestic honours with Lyon and joined Spartak in 2012. He spent the spring season of 2013-14 on loan at Arsenal FC, where he won the 2013–14 FA Cup after converting a penalty kick in the semifinal. Källström left Spartak in 2015 to join Grasshopper Club Zürich, where he had a 49 games long spell before ending his career at Djurgårdens IF together with close friend Andreas Isaksson.

Källström earned 131 caps for Sweden since his debut in 2001 until 2016 when he announced his departure from international football, making him their fourth most capped player of all time. He played in four European Championships (Euro 2004, Euro 2008, Euro 2012, and Euro 2016) and the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Pablo Zabaleta

Pablo Javier Zabaleta Girod (American Spanish: [ˈpaβlo saβaˈleta]; born 16 January 1985) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a right back for English Premier League club West Ham United and the Argentina national team. Zabaleta can operate on both sides of the pitch as a full-back and is known for his tenacious style of play, and has captained his club on numerous occasions.

With Manchester City, Zabaleta won all of English football's major honours: the FA Cup (2011), the Premier League (2012 and 2014), and the League Cup (2014 and 2016). Before joining Manchester City, Zabaleta played for La Liga club RCD Espanyol, where he won the 2005–06 Copa del Rey. He made 333 appearances over nine seasons for Manchester City before signing for London-based club West Ham United in the summer of 2017.

A full international since 2005, Zabaleta represented Argentina at the 2011 and 2015 Copa América, and was part of their team which finished as runners-up in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. He was also in their team which won gold at the 2008 Olympics.

Sherborne Town F.C.

Sherborne Town Football Club are a football club based in the town of Sherborne, Dorset, England. They are currently members of the Western League Division One and play at Raleigh Grove. The club is affiliated to the Dorset County Football Association and is a FA chartered Standard club.

South Park F.C.

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Stafford Town F.C.

Stafford Town Football Club is an English football club based in Stafford. The club's senior men's team play in the Midland League Division One. Their nearest rivals are fellow Stafford clubs Stafford Rangers and Brocton. The club has over 30 teams in men's, women's, and several junior teams.

Wantage Town F.C.

Wantage Town Football Club is a football club based in Wantage, Oxfordshire that currently play in the Southern League Division One Central. The club is affiliated to the Berks & Bucks Football Association.

8 November 2013 Wimbledon (4)1–3Coventry City (3)Cherry Red Records Stadium, Norbiton
20:00 Smith Goal 54' Report Wilson Goal 57'
Baker Goal 60'
Kennedy Goal 70' (o.g.)
Attendance: 3,379
Referee: Darren Drysdale
8 November 2013 Bristol Rovers (4)3–3York City (4)Memorial Stadium, Bristol
19:45 Richards Goal 37'
Harrold Goal 59'
Beardsley Goal 75'
Report Jarvis Goal 35'
Carson Goal 41'
Fletcher Goal 86'
Attendance: 4,654
Referee: Trevor Kettle
19 November 2013 ReplayYork City (4)2–3Bristol Rovers (4)Bootham Crescent, York
19:45 Fletcher Goal 70' (pen.)71' Report O'Toole Goal 16'
Norburn Goal 45'
Beardsley Goal 50'
Attendance: 2,051
Referee: Andy Haines
9 November 2013 Grimsby Town (5)0–0Scunthorpe United (4)Blundell Park, Cleethorpes
13:00 Report Attendance: 8,306
Referee: David Coote
19 November 2013 ReplayScunthorpe United (4)1–2Grimsby Town (5)Glanford Park, Scunthorpe
19:45 Hawkridge Goal 46' Report John-Lewis Goal 10'
McDonald Goal 57'
Attendance: 5,699
Referee: Stuart Attwell
9 November 2013 Boreham Wood (6)0–0Carlisle United (3)Meadow Park, Borehamwood
14:00 Report Attendance: 901
Referee: Brendan Malone
19 November 2013 ReplayCarlisle United (3)2–1Boreham Wood (6)Brunton Park, Carlisle
19:45 Miller Goal 80'
Beck Goal 90+5'
Report Garrard Goal 29' (pen.) Attendance: 1,484
Referee: Mark Haywood
9 November 2013 Morecambe (4)0–3Southend United (4)Globe Arena, Morecambe
15:00 Report Straker Goal 7'9'
Leonard Goal 90+3'
Attendance: 1,475
Referee: Rob Lewis
9 November 2013 Walsall (3)3–0Shrewsbury Town (3)Banks's Stadium, Walsall
15:00 Westcarr Goal 29'59'
Sawyers Goal 73'
Report Attendance: 3,338
Referee: Charles Breakspear
9 November 2013 St. Albans City (7)1–8Mansfield Town (4)Clarence Park, St Albans
15:00 Locke Goal 8' Report Stevenson Goal 43'
Howell Goal 45'
Daniel Goal 70'
Clucas Goal 74'81'86'90'
Palmer Goal 77'
Attendance: 3,251
Referee: Mark Heywood
9 November 2013 Milton Keynes Dons (3)4–1Halifax Town (5)Stadium mk, Milton Keynes
15:00 McLeod Goal 39'70'
Williams Goal 52' (pen.)
Galloway Goal 90+2'
Report Gregory Goal 78' Attendance: 4,049
Referee: Darren Bond
9 November 2013 Tamworth (5)1–0Cheltenham Town (4)The Lamb Ground, Tamworth
15:00 Chadwick Goal 20' Report Attendance: 1,566
Referee: Richard Clark
19 November 2013 Bury (4)0–0Cambridge United (5)Gigg Lane, Bury
19:45 Report Attendance: 1,712
Referee: Mark Brown
3 December 2013 ReplayCambridge United (5)2–1Bury (4)Abbey Stadium, Cambridge
19:45 Berry Goal 61'87' Report Harrad Goal 64' Attendance: 3,342
Referee: Garry Sutton
9 November 2013 Corby Town (7)1–2Dover Athletic (6)Steel Park, Corby
15:00 Carruthers Goal 90+2' Report Elder Goal 57'
Kinnear Goal 65'
Attendance: 1,387
Referee: Amy Fearn
9 November 2013 Colchester United (3)2–3Sheffield United (3)Weston Homes Community Stadium, Colchester
15:00 Bonne Goal 48'
Garbutt Goal 64'
Report Maguire Goal 10'
Walker Goal 12' (o.g.)
Porter Goal 81' (pen)
Attendance: 2,509
Referee: Phil Gibbs
9 November 2013 Oxford United (4)2–2Gateshead (5)Kassam Stadium, Oxford
15:00 Smalley Goal 77'
Rose Goal 90'
Report Marwood Goal 12'
Chandler Goal 51'
Attendance: 3,114
Referee: Jeremy Simpson
5 December 2013 ReplayGateshead (5)0–1 (a.e.t.)Oxford United (4)Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead
19:45 Report Smalley Goal 116' (pen.) Attendance: 2,632
Referee: Paul Tierney
9 November 2013 Hartlepool United (4)3–2Notts County (3)Victoria Park, Hartlepool
15:00 Baldwin Goal 16'
James Goal 42'75'
Report Walton Goal 18' (o.g.)
Murray Goal 84'
Attendance: 3,313
Referee: Carl Boyeson
9 November 2013 Wrexham (5)3–1Alfreton Town (5)Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
15:00 Bishop Goal 24'49'
Harris Goal 72'
Report Speight Goal 61' (pen.) Attendance: 2,415
Referee: Darren England
9 November 2013 Chesterfield (4)2–0Daventry Town (8)Proact Stadium, Chesterfield
15:00 Roberts Goal 69'
Ryan Goal 88'
Report Attendance: 5,269
Referee: Darren Handley
9 November 2013 Bristol City (3)3–0Dagenham & Redbridge (4)Ashton Gate, Bristol
15:00 Emmanuel-Thomas Goal 35'90+5'
Elliott Goal 87'
Report Attendance: 3,763
Referee: Andy Woolmer
9 November 2013 Preston North End (3)6–0Barnet (5)Deepdale, Preston
15:00 Clarke Goal 18'
Garner Goal 36'82'
Gallagher Goal 45+1'68'79'
Report Attendance: 5,217
Referee: Ross Joyce
9 November 2013 Rotherham United (3)3–0Bradford City (3)New York Stadium, Rotherham
15:00 Agard Goal 13'71'
Revell Goal 62'
Report Attendance: 7,667
Referee: James Adcock
9 November 2013 Gillingham (3)1–1Brackley Town (6)MEMS Priestfield Stadium, Gillingham
15:00 Dack Goal 90+7' Report Martin Goal 69' (o.g.) Attendance: 3,004
Referee: Lee Collins
18 November 2013 ReplayBrackley Town (6)1–0Gillingham (3)St James Park, Brackley
19:45 Walker Goal 21' Report Attendance: 1,772
Referee: Lee Collins
9 November 2013 Salisbury City (5)4–2Dartford (5)Raymond McEnhill Stadium, Salisbury
15:00 Fitchett Goal 13'77'
Wright Goal 18'
Frear Goal 45'
Report Burns Goal 68'
Cornhill Goal 90+5'
Attendance: 1,279
Referee: Simon Bennett
9 November 2013 Accrington Stanley (4)0–1Tranmere Rovers (3)Crown Ground, Accrington
15:00 Report Lowe Goal 90' Attendance: 1,711
Referee: Seb Stockbridge
9 November 2013 Brentford (3)5–0Staines Town (6)Griffin Park, Brentford
15:00 McCormack Goal 21' (pen.)
Reeves Goal 35'
Harris Goal 38'
Trotta Goal 50'
Donaldson Goal 90+2'
Report Attendance: 5,263
Referee: Steve Rushton
9 November 2013 Stevenage (3)2–1Portsmouth (4)Lamex Stadium, Stevenage
15:00 Zoko Goal 9'39' Report Connolly Goal 71' Attendance: 2,829
Referee: Gary Sutton
9 November 2013 Leyton Orient (3)5–2Southport (5)Matchroom Stadium, Leyton
15:00 Batt Goal 3'56'
Mooney Goal 9'
James Goal 45+9'
Cox Goal 67'
Report George Goal 21'
Flynn Goal 87'
Attendance: 3,014
Referee: Kevin Johnson
9 November 2013 Peterborough United (3)2–0Exeter City (4)London Road, Peterborough
15:00 Assombalonga Goal 72'
Mendez-Laing Goal 79'
Report Attendance: 3,379
Referee: Graham Salisbury
9 November 2013 Torquay United (4)0–2Rochdale (4)Plainmoor, Torquay
15:00 Report Hogan Goal 85'
Vincenti Goal 89'
Attendance: 1,976
Referee: Keith Hill
9 November 2013 Braintree Town (5)1–1Newport County (4)Amlin Stadium, Braintree
15:00 Isaac Goal 9' Report Peters Goal 50' (o.g.) Attendance: 1,004
Referee: Graham Horwood
19 November 2013 ReplayNewport County (4)1–0Braintree Town (5)Rodney Parade, Newport
19:45 Willmott Goal 45+1' Report Attendance: 1,406
Referee: Andy Davies
9 November 2013 Oldham Athletic (3)1–1Wolverhampton Wanderers (3)Boundary Park, Oldham
15:00 Kusunga Goal 2' Report Golbourne Goal 37' Attendance: 3,916
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
19 November 2013 ReplayWolverhampton Wanderers (3)1–2Oldham Athletic (3)Molineux, Wolverhampton
19:45 Griffiths Goal 90+5' Report Philliskirk Goal 21'
Rooney Goal 73'
Attendance: 4,226
Referee: Keith Stroud
9 November 2013 Lincoln City (5)0–0Plymouth Argyle (4)Gelder Group Sincil Bank Stadium, Lincoln
15:00 Report Attendance: 2,924
Referee: Scott Duncan
20 November 2013 ReplayPlymouth Argyle (4)5–0Lincoln City (5)Home Park, Plymouth
19:45 Reid Goal 4'24' (pen.)35'
Alessandra Goal 5'
Boyce Goal 65' (o.g.)
Report Attendance: 3,324
Referee: Darren Deadman
9 November 2013 Kidderminster Harriers (5)4–1Sutton United (6)Aggborough, Kidderminster
15:00 Morgan-Smith Goal 13'
Gittings Goal 18'
Lolley Goal 60'
Malbon Goal 90'
Report Clough Goal 10' Attendance: 2,045
Referee: Justin Amey
9 November 2013 Hednesford Town (6)1–2Crawley Town (3)Keys Park, Hednesford
15:00 Durrell Goal 76' (pen.) Report Campion Goal 61' (o.g.)
Sinclair Goal 83'
Attendance: 2,321
Referee: Michael Bull
9 November 2013 Stourbridge (7)4–1Biggleswade Town (7)War Memorial Ground, Amblecote
15:00 Rowe Goal 12'17'
Richards Goal 58'
Benbow Goal 85'
Report Key Goal 14' Attendance: 1,605
Referee: Lee Swabey
9 November 2013 Welling United (5)2–1Luton Town (5)Park View Road, Welling
15:00 Clarke Goal 28'
Healy Goal 44'
Report Benson Goal 57' Attendance: 1,555
Referee: Ben Toner
9 November 2013 Macclesfield Town (5)4–0Swindon Town (3)Moss Rose, Macclesfield
15:00 Jennings Goal 26'74'
Boden Goal 70'
Winn Goal 89'
Report Attendance: 1,835
Referee: Andy Madley
9 November 2013 Wycombe Wanderers (4)1–1Crewe Alexandra (3)Adams Park, High Wycombe
15:00 Cowan-Hall Goal 37' Report Grant Goal 4' Attendance: 1,929
Referee: David Phillips
19 November 2013 ReplayCrewe Alexandra (3)0–2Wycombe Wanderers (4)Alexandra Stadium, Crewe
19:45 Report Craig Goal 50' (pen.)
Doherty Goal 70'
Attendance: 1,695
Referee: Kevin Wright
9 November 2013 Gloucester City (6)0–2Fleetwood Town (4)Abbey Business Stadium, Cheltenham
15:00 Report Ball Goal 11'
Parkin Goal 84'
Attendance: 1,183
Referee: Fred Graham
10 November 2013 Bishop's Stortford (6)1–2Northampton Town (4)ProKit UK Stadium, Bishop's Stortford
14:00 Prestedge Goal 81' Report Emerton Goal 62'
Norris Goal 68'
Attendance: 2,548
Referee: Stephen Martin
10 November 2013 Burton Albion (4)2–0Hereford United (5)Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent
15:00 McGurk Goal 37'
Palmer Goal 84'
Report Attendance: 2,069
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
11 November 2013 Shortwood United (8)0–4Port Vale (3)Meadowbank Ground, Nailsworth
19:45 Report Myrie-Williams Goal 14'89' (pen.)
Birchall Goal 30'
Lines Goal 90+2'
Attendance: 1,247
Referee: Dean Whitestone
6 December 2013 Port Vale (3)4–1Salisbury City (5)Vale Park, Burslem
19:45 Robertson Goal 25'
Pope Goal 78'
Taylor Goal 81'
Williamson Goal 90+1'
Report Fitchett Goal 64' Attendance: 4,658
Referee: Darren Sheldrake
7 December 2013 Wycombe Wanderers (4)0–1Preston North End (3)Adams Park, High Wycombe
15:00 Report Davies Goal 34' Attendance: 2,249
Referee: David Webb
7 December 2013 Bristol Rovers (4)0–0Crawley Town (3)Memorial Stadium, Bristol
15:00 Report Attendance: 4,623
Referee: Chris Sarginson
18 December 2013 ReplayCrawley Town (3)0–0[A]Bristol Rovers (4)The Checkatrade.com Stadium, Crawley
19:45 Attendance: 1,496
Referee: Stuart Attwell
8 January 2014 ReplayCrawley Town (3)1–2Bristol Rovers (4)The Checkatrade.com Stadium, Crawley
19:45 Proctor Goal 15' Report Richards Goal 82'
O'Toole Goal 89'
Attendance: 2,435
Referee: Stuart Attwell
7 December 2013 Milton Keynes Dons (3)1–0Dover Athletic (6)Stadium mk, Milton Keynes
15:00 Reeves Goal 51' Report Attendance: 4,060
Referee: Lee Collins
7 December 2013 Carlisle United (3)3–2Brentford (3)Brunton Park, Carlisle
15:00 Berrett Goal 45+1'
Miller Goal 73'77' (pen.)
Report Chimbonda Goal 63' (o.g.)
El Alagui Goal 86'
Attendance: 2,581
Referee: Andy Woolmer
7 December 2013 Macclesfield Town (5)3–2Brackley Town (6)Moss Rose, Macclesfield
15:00 Andrew Goal 17'
Boden Goal 50'
Mackreth Goal 81'
Report Diggin Goal 58'
Story Goal 71'
Attendance: 2,438
Referee: Tony Harrington
7 December 2013 Chesterfield (4)1–3Southend United (4)Proact Stadium, Chesterfield
15:00 Darikwa Goal 4' Report Laird Goal 12'
Straker Goal 17'
Hurst Goal 85'
Attendance: 4,067
Referee: Mick Russell
7 December 2013 Oldham Athletic (3)1–1Mansfield Town (4)Boundary Park, Oldham
15:00 Smith Goal 28' Report Clucas Goal 45+1' Attendance: 3,429
Referee: Ian Williamson
17 December 2013 ReplayMansfield Town (4)1–4Oldham Athletic (3)Field Mill, Mansfield
19:45 Dyer Goal 12' Report Philliskirk Goal 57'
Clarke-Harris Goal 62'
Lanzoni Goal 76'
Rooney Goal 80' (pen.)
Attendance: 2,836
7 December 2013 Rotherham United (3)1–2Rochdale (4)New York Stadium, Rotherham
15:00 Frecklington Goal 6' Report Lund Goal 55'
Vincenti Goal 83'
Attendance: 4,957
Referee: Graham Scott
7 December 2013 Peterborough United (3)5–0Tranmere Rovers (3)London Road, Peterborough
15:00 Assombalonga Goal 38'64'73'
Jeffers Goal 45+3'90+2'
Report Attendance: 3,269
Referee: Michael Naylor
7 December 2013 Hartlepool United (4)1–1Coventry City (3)Victoria Park, Hartlepool
15:00 Monkhouse Goal 78' Report Baker Goal 12' Attendance: 2,898
Referee: Andy Madley
17 December 2013 ReplayCoventry City (3)2–1Hartlepool United (4)Sixfields Stadium, Northampton
19:45 L. Clarke Goal 36'90+3' Report Baldwin Goal 88' Attendance: 1,214
7 December 2013 Kidderminster Harriers (5)4–2Newport County (4)Aggborough Stadium, Kidderminster
15:00 Gash Goal 19'63'
Gittings Goal 28'43'
Report Willmott Goal 79'83' Attendance: 2,636
Referee: Mark Heywood
7 December 2013 Plymouth Argyle (4)3–1Welling United (5)Home Park, Plymouth
15:00 Gurrieri Goal 13'
Nelson Goal 18'
Alessandra Goal 21'
Report Lafayette Goal 53' Attendance: 4,706
Referee: Stephen Bratt
7 December 2013 Fleetwood Town (4)1–1Burton Albion (4)Highbury Stadium, Fleetwood
15:00 Hughes Goal 83' Report Kee Goal 90+3' Attendance: 2,119
Referee: Eddie Ilderton
17 December 2013 ReplayBurton Albion (4)1–0Fleetwood Town (4)Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent
19:45 Kee Goal 24' Report Attendance: 1,777
7 December 2013 Grimsby Town (5)2–0Northampton Town (4)Blundell Park, Cleethorpes
15:00 Pearson Goal 64'
McLaughlin Goal 90+5'
Report Attendance: 3,828
Referee: Scott Mathieson
7 December 2013 Leyton Orient (3)1–0Walsall (3)Matchroom Stadium, Leyton
15:00 Cox Goal 41' Report Attendance: 2,604
Referee: Mark Brown
7 December 2013 Stevenage (3)4–0Stourbridge (7)Lamex Stadium, Stevenage
15:00 Zoko Goal 44'
Akins Goal 49'
Freeman Goal 60'
Morais Goal 90' (pen.)
Report Attendance: 2,160
Referee: Tim Robinson
8 December 2013 Cambridge United (5)0–2Sheffield United (3)Abbey Stadium, Cambridge
12:00 Baxter Goal 12'
Murphy Goal 58'
Attendance: 4,593
Referee: Oliver Langford
8 December 2013 Tamworth (5)1–2Bristol City (3)The Lamb Ground, Tamworth
14:00 Todd Goal 90+1' Report Emmanuel-Thomas Goal 36'
Baldock Goal 83'
Attendance: 2,860
Referee: Andy D'Urso
9 December 2013 Wrexham (5)1–2Oxford United (4)Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
19:45 Clarke Goal 28' Report Constable Goal 54'
Williams Goal 56'
Attendance: 2,906
Referee: Gavin Ward
4 January 2014 Blackburn Rovers (2)1–1Manchester City (1)Ewood Park, Blackburn
12:45 GMT Dann Goal 55' Report Negredo Goal 45+1' Attendance: 18,813
Referee: Michael Oliver
15 January 2014 ReplayManchester City (1)5–0Blackburn Rovers (2)Etihad Stadium, Manchester
20:10 GMT Negredo Goal 45+1'47'
Džeko Goal 67'79'
Agüero Goal 73'
Report Attendance: 33,102
Referee: Craig Pawson
4 January 2014 Stoke City (1)2–1Leicester City (2)Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
15:00 GMT Jones Goal 16'
Adam Goal 55'
Report Nugent Goal 77' Attendance: 16,844
Referee: Lee Probert
4 January 2014 Barnsley (2)1–2Coventry City (3)Oakwell, Barnsley
15:00 GMT O'Brien Goal 19' Report Moussa Goal 78'
L. Clarke Goal 89'
Attendance: 7,439
Referee: Carl Boyeson
4 January 2014 Yeovil Town (2)4–0Leyton Orient (3)Huish Park, Yeovil
15:00 GMT Hayter Goal 12'60'
Grant Goal 49'
Moore Goal 90'
Report Attendance: 3,667
Referee: Oliver Langford
4 January 2014 Bristol City (3)1–1Watford (2)Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol
15:00 GMT Emmanuel-Thomas Goal 85' Report Murray Goal 84' Attendance: 10,165
Referee: Paul Tierney
14 January 2014 ReplayWatford (2)2–0Bristol City (3)Vicarage Road, Watford
19:45 GMT Faraoni Goal 29'
McGugan Goal 64'
Report Attendance: 7,302
Referee: Darren Drysdale
4 January 2014 Southend United (4)4–1Millwall (2)Roots Hall, Southend-on-Sea
15:00 GMT Corr Goal 22'
Atkinson Goal 45+6'
Timlin Goal 56'
Leonard Goal 90+5'
Report Woolford Goal 64' Attendance: 7,923
Referee: James Adcock
4 January 2014 Middlesbrough (2)0–2Hull City (1)Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
15:00 GMT Report McLean Goal 10'
Proschwitz Goal 61'
Attendance: 15,571
Referee: Kevin Friend
4 January 2014 West Bromwich Albion (1)0–2Crystal Palace (1)The Hawthorns, West Bromwich
15:00 GMT Report Gayle Goal 23'
Chamakh Goal 90+5'
Attendance: 12,700
Referee: Phil Dowd
4 January 2014 Kidderminster Harriers (5)0–0Peterborough United (3)Aggborough, Kidderminster
15:00 GMT Report Attendance: 3,858
Referee: Jonathan Moss
14 January 2014 ReplayPeterborough United (3)2–3Kidderminster Harriers (5)London Road, Peterborough
19:45 GMT Rowe Goal 23'
Assombalonga Goal 74' (pen.)
Report Gash Goal 48'
Byrne Goal 51'
Lolley Goal 76'
Attendance: 3,483
Referee: Andy D'Urso
4 January 2014 Doncaster Rovers (2)2–3Stevenage (3)Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster
15:00 GMT Forrester Goal 72'
Wakefield Goal 90+5'
Report Zoko Goal 49'
Hartley Goal 65'
Charles Goal 90+1'
Attendance: 3,899
Referee: Scott Duncan
4 January 2014 Southampton (1)4–3Burnley (2)St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
15:00 GMT Clyne Goal 22'
Lambert Goal 38'
Rodriguez Goal 66'
Lallana Goal 73'
Report Vokes Goal 51'
Ings Goal 57'
Long Goal 87'
Attendance: 15,077
Referee: Robert Madley
4 January 2014 Newcastle United (1)1–2Cardiff City (1)St. James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
15:00 GMT Cissé Goal 62' Report Noone Goal 73'
Campbell Goal 80'
Attendance: 31,166
Referee: Anthony Taylor
4 January 2014 Rochdale (4)2–0Leeds United (2)Spotland Stadium, Rochdale
15:00 GMT Hogan Goal 45+2'
Henderson Goal 84'
Report Attendance: 8,255
Referee: Mike Jones
4 January 2014 Wigan Athletic (2)3–3Milton Keynes Dons (3)DW Stadium, Wigan
15:00 GMT Espinoza Goal 18'
Gómez Goal 27'
McManaman Goal 65'
Report Reeves Goal 45'45+2'
Bamford Goal 84'
Attendance: 6,960
Referee: Roger East
14 January 2014 ReplayMilton Keynes Dons (3)1–3 (a.e.t.)Wigan Athletic (2)Stadium mk, Milton Keynes
19:45 GMT Chadwick Goal 10' Report Powell Goal 79'92'
Fortuné Goal 105'
Attendance: 8,316
Referee: James Adcock
4 January 2014 Norwich City (1)1–1Fulham (1)Carrow Road, Norwich
15:00 GMT Snodgrass Goal 44' Report Bent Goal 39' Attendance: 21,703
Referee: Craig Pawson
14 January 2014 ReplayFulham (1)3–0Norwich City (1)Craven Cottage, Fulham
19:45 GMT Bent Goal 17'
Dejagah Goal 41'
Sidwell Goal 68'
Report Attendance: 11,172
Referee: Lee Mason
4 January 2014 Aston Villa (1)1–2Sheffield United (3)Villa Park, Birmingham
15:00 GMT Helenius Goal 74' Report Murphy Goal 20'
Flynn Goal 80'
Attendance: 24,038
Referee: David Coote
4 January 2014 Macclesfield Town (5)1–1Sheffield Wednesday (2)Moss Rose, Macclesfield
15:00 GMT Williams Goal 71' Report Ré. Johnson Goal 24' Attendance: 5,873
Referee: Lee Mason
14 January 2014 ReplaySheffield Wednesday (2)4–1Macclesfield Town (5)Hillsborough, Sheffield
19:45 GMT Maguire Goal 3'
Maghoma Goal 78'
J. Johnson Goal 85'
Llera Goal 90+1'
Report Boden Goal 65' (pen.) Attendance: 12,302
Referee: Nigel Miller
4 January 2014 Bolton Wanderers (2)2–1Blackpool (2)Reebok Stadium, Bolton
15:00 GMT N'Gog Goal 9'
Beckford Goal 50'
Report Barkhuizen Goal 45+1' Attendance: 11,180
Referee: Simon Hooper
4 January 2014 Everton (1)4–0Queens Park Rangers (2)Goodison Park, Liverpool
15:00 GMT Barkley Goal 34'
Jelavić Goal 43'67'
Coleman Goal 75'
Report Attendance: 32,283
Referee: Howard Webb
4 January 2014 Brighton & Hove Albion (2)1–0Reading (2)Falmer Stadium, Brighton
15:00 GMT Crofts Goal 32' Report Attendance: 20,696
Referee: Chris Foy
4 January 2014 Grimsby Town (5)2–3Huddersfield Town (2)Blundell Park, Cleethorpes
15:00 GMT Hannah Goal 25'
Disley Goal 62'
Report Norwood Goal 51'
Paterson Goal 86'
Thomas Goal 90' (o.g.)
Attendance: 6,504
Referee: Keith Stroud
4 January 2014 Ipswich Town (2)1–1Preston North End (3)Portman Road, Ipswich
15:00 GMT McGoldrick Goal 38' Report K. Davies Goal 42' Attendance: 13,534
Referee: Michael Naylor
14 January 2014 ReplayPreston North End (3)3–2Ipswich Town (2)Deepdale, Preston
19:45 GMT Garner Goal 67'68'88' Report Nouble Goal 58'
McGoldrick Goal 76'
Attendance: 6,088
Referee: Keith Stroud
4 January 2014 Arsenal (1)2–0Tottenham Hotspur (1)Emirates Stadium, London
17:15 GMT Cazorla Goal 31'
Rosický Goal 62'
Report Attendance: 59,476
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
5 January 2014 Nottingham Forest (2)5–0West Ham United (1)City Ground, Nottingham
12:00 GMT Abdoun Goal 12' (pen.)
Paterson Goal 65'71'79'
Reid Goal 90+1'
Report Attendance: 14,397
Referee: Martin Atkinson
5 January 2014 Sunderland (1)3–1Carlisle United (3)Stadium of Light, Sunderland
14:00 GMT Johnson Goal 34'
O'Hanlon Goal 50' (o.g.)
Ba Goal 90'
Report Robson Goal 43' Attendance: 21,973
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
5 January 2014 Derby County (2)0–2Chelsea (1)Pride Park, Derby
14:15 GMT Report Mikel Goal 66'
Oscar Goal 71'
Attendance: 32,110
Referee: Andre Marriner
5 January 2014 Liverpool (1)2–0Oldham Athletic (3)Anfield, Liverpool
15:00 GMT Aspas Goal 54'
Tarkowski Goal 82' (o.g.)
Report Attendance: 44,102
Referee: Stuart Attwell
5 January 2014 Port Vale (3)2–2Plymouth Argyle (4)Vale Park, Burslem
15:00 GMT Tomlin Goal 15'
Pope Goal 36'
Report Reid Goal 51'
Purrington Goal 74'
Attendance: 5,511
Referee: David Webb
14 January 2014 ReplayPlymouth Argyle (4)2–3Port Vale (3)Home Park, Plymouth
19:45 Gurrieri Goal 2'
Hourihane Goal 35'
Report Hugill Goal 30'
Williamson Goal 63'
Myrie-Williams Goal 76'
Attendance: 6,474
Referee: Graham Scott
5 January 2014 Manchester United (1)1–2Swansea City (1)Old Trafford, Manchester
16:30 GMT Hernández Goal 16' Report Routledge Goal 12'
Bony Goal 90'
Attendance: 73,190
Referee: Mike Dean
14 January 2014 Charlton Athletic (2)2–2Oxford United (4)The Valley, London
19:45 GMT Morrison Goal 54'
Kermorgant Goal 82'
Mullins Goal 13'
Davies Goal 24'
Attendance: 5,566
Referee: Stephen Martin
21 January 2014 ReplayOxford United (4)0–3Charlton Athletic (2)Kassam Stadium, Oxford
19:45 GMT Report Kermorgant Goal 35'58'
Green Goal 38'
Attendance: 3,225
Referee: David Coote
14 January 2014 Bournemouth (2)4–1Burton Albion (4)Goldsands Stadium, Bournemouth
19:45 GMT Pitman Goal 5'88' (pen.)
Elphick Goal 45'
Fraser Goal 86'
Phillips Goal 35' Attendance: 10,343
Referee: Ian Williamson
14 January 2014 Birmingham City (2)3–0Bristol Rovers (4)St Andrew's, Birmingham
19:45 GMT Robinson Goal 35'
Burke Goal 85'87'
Attendance: 9,914
Referee: Tony Harrington
24 January 2014 Arsenal (1)4–0Coventry City (3)Emirates Stadium, London
19:45 GMT Podolski Goal 15'27'
Giroud Goal 84'
Cazorla Goal 89'
Report Attendance: 59,451
Referee: Robert Madley
24 January 2014 Nottingham Forest (2)0–0Preston North End (3)City Ground, Nottingham
20:00 GMT Report Attendance: 26,465
Referee: Mike Dean
5 February 2014 ReplayPreston North End (3)0–2Nottingham Forest (2)Deepdale, Preston
19:45 GMT Report Mackie Goal 18'
Henderson Goal 90+4'
Attendance: 9,744
Referee: Jonathan Moss
25 January 2014 Bournemouth (2)0–2Liverpool (1)Goldsands Stadium, Bournemouth
12:45 GMT Report Moses Goal 26'
Sturridge Goal 60'
Attendance: 11,475
Referee: Lee Probert
25 January 2014 Sunderland (1)1–0Kidderminster Harriers (5)Stadium of Light, Sunderland
15:00 GMT Mavrias Goal 5' Report Attendance: 25,081
Referee: Roger East
25 January 2014 Bolton Wanderers (2)0–1Cardiff City (1)Reebok Stadium, Bolton
15:00 GMT Report Campbell Goal 50' Attendance: 12,750
Referee: Jonathan Moss
25 January 2014 Southampton (1)2–0Yeovil Town (2)St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
15:00 GMT do Prado Goal 23' (pen.)
Gallagher Goal 70'
Report Attendance: 24,070
Referee: Phil Dowd
25 January 2014 Huddersfield Town (2)0–1Charlton Athletic (2)John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield
15:00 GMT Report Church Goal 54' Attendance: 10,120
Referee: Stuart Attwell
25 January 2014 Port Vale (3)1–3Brighton & Hove Albion (2)Vale Park, Burslem
15:00 GMT Robertson Goal 36' Report Ince Goal 27'
March Goal 43'
Obika Goal 78'
Attendance: 7,293
Referee: Paul Tierney
25 January 2014 Southend United (4)0–2Hull City (1)Roots Hall, Southend-on-Sea
15:00 GMT Report Fryatt Goal 63'90+1' Attendance: 10,250
Referee: Lee Mason
25 January 2014 Rochdale (4)1–2Sheffield Wednesday (2)Spotland Stadium, Rochdale
15:00 GMT Rose Goal 60' Report Mattock Goal 51'
Onyewu Goal 57'
Attendance: 8,240
Referee: Simon Hooper
25 January 2014 Wigan Athletic (2)2–1Crystal Palace (1)DW Stadium, Wigan
15:00 GMT Watson Goal 36'
McClean Goal 78'
Report Wilbraham Goal 69' Attendance: 9,542
Referee: Mike Jones
25 January 2014 Manchester City (1)4–2Watford (2)Etihad Stadium, Manchester
15:00 GMT Agüero Goal 60'79'90+2'
Kolarov Goal 87'
Report Forestieri Goal 20'
DeeneyGoal 30'
Attendance: 46,514
Referee: Kevin Friend
25 January 2014 Birmingham City (2)1–2Swansea City (1)St Andrew's, Birmingham
15:00 GMT Novak Goal 15' Report Bony Goal 67'69' Attendance: 11,490
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
25 January 2014 Stevenage (3)0–4Everton (1)Broadhall Way, Stevenage
17:30 GMT Report Naismith Goal 5'32'
Heitinga Goal 55'
Gueye Goal 84'
Attendance: 6,913
Referee: Anthony Taylor
26 January 2014 Sheffield United (3)1–1Fulham (1)Bramall Lane, Sheffield
13:00 GMT Porter Goal 31' Report Rodallega Goal 75' Attendance: 16,324
Referee: Andre Marriner
4 February 2014 ReplayFulham (1)0–1 (a.e.t.)Sheffield United (3)Craven Cottage, London
19:45 GMT Report Miller Goal 120' Attendance: 10,139
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
26 January 2014 Chelsea (1)1–0Stoke City (1)Stamford Bridge, London
15:30 GMT Oscar Goal 27' Report Attendance: 40,845
Referee: Chris Foy
15 February 2014 Sunderland (1)1–0Southampton (1)Stadium of Light, Sunderland
12:45 GMT Gardner Goal 49' Report Attendance: 16,777
Referee: Mike Dean
15 February 2014 Cardiff City (1)1–2Wigan Athletic (2)Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
15:00 GMT Campbell Goal 27' Report McCann Goal 18'
Watson Goal 40'
Attendance: 17,123
Referee: Martin Atkinson
15 February 2014 Manchester City (1)2–0Chelsea (1)Etihad Stadium, Manchester
17:15 GMT Jovetić Goal 16'
Nasri Goal 67'
Report Attendance: 47,013
Referee: Phil Dowd
16 February 2014 Everton (1)3–1Swansea City (1)Goodison Park, Liverpool
13:30 GMT Traoré Goal 5'
Naismith Goal 65'
Baines Goal 72' (pen.)
Report de Guzmán Goal 16' Attendance: 31,498
Referee: Kevin Friend
16 February 2014 Sheffield United (3)3–1Nottingham Forest (2)Bramall Lane, Sheffield
15:00 GMT Coady Goal 66'
Porter Goal 90' (pen.)90+2'
(Report) Paterson Goal 28' Attendance: 25,118
Referee: Michael Oliver
16 February 2014 Arsenal (1)2–1Liverpool (1)Emirates Stadium, London
16:00 GMT Chamberlain Goal 16'
Podolski Goal 47'
Report Gerrard Goal 59' (pen.) Attendance: 59,801
Referee: Howard Webb
17 February 2014 Brighton & Hove Albion (2)1–1Hull City (1)Falmer Stadium, Brighton
19:45 GMT Ulloa Goal 30' Report Sagbo Goal 86' Attendance: 21,352
Referee: Lee Probert
24 February 2014 ReplayHull City (1)2–1Brighton & Hove Albion (2)KC Stadium, Kingston upon Hull
19:45 GMT Davies Goal 14'
Koren Goal 36'
Report Ulloa Goal 69' Attendance: 10,795
Referee: Andre Marriner
24 February 2014 Sheffield Wednesday (2)1–2Charlton Athletic (2)Hillsborough, Sheffield
19:45 GMT Best Goal 57' Report Harriott Goal 22'
Church Goal 65'
Attendance: 24,607
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
8 March 2014 Arsenal (1)4–1Everton (1)Emirates Stadium, London
12:45 GMT Özil Goal 7'
Arteta Goal 68' (pen.)
Giroud Goal 83'85'
Report Lukaku Goal 32' Attendance: 59,719
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
9 March 2014 Sheffield United (3)2–0Charlton Athletic (2)Bramall Lane, Sheffield
12:00 GMT Flynn Goal 66'
Brayford Goal 67'
Report Attendance: 30,048
Referee: Lee Mason
9 March 2014 Hull City (1)3–0Sunderland (1)KC Stadium, Kingston upon Hull
14:00 GMT Davies Goal 69'
Meyler Goal 72'
Fryatt Goal 77'
Report Attendance: 20,047
Referee: Craig Pawson
9 March 2014 Manchester City (1)1–2Wigan Athletic (2)Etihad Stadium, Manchester
16:05 GMT Nasri Goal 68' Report Gómez Goal 27' (pen.)
Perch Goal 47'
Attendance: 46,824
Referee: Anthony Taylor
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