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Saturday 18 November 2017

Hull shocked as Crawley cruise into fifth round

LEAGUE TWO side Crawley Town enjoyed a 1-0 win at Championship club Hull thanks to Matt Tubbs' 57th-minute winner.

Manager Steve Evans said: "I think we were unlucky not to win by four or five."

Stoke, last year's runners-up, enjoyed a 2-0 win at Derby as Cameron Jerome and Robert Huth hit the target, while Chris Eagles got the winner for Bolton in their 2-1 victory over Swansea.

Luke Moore put the Swans ahead but it was quickly cancelled out by Darren Pratley.

Norwich won 2-1 at West Brom, Simeon Jackson's 85th-minute goal proved the winner after Grant Holt and Marc Antoine Fortune struck.

League One Sheffield Wednesday went ahead through Irish striker Clinton Morrison at Blackpool but were denied by a dubious penalty converted by Kevin Phillips.

Birmingham were comfortable 4-0 winners at Sheffield United thanks to goals from Nathan Redmond, Wade Elliott and Adam Rooney (two).

Darius Henderson's 86th-minute goal saw Millwall grab a replay against Southampton after Rickie Lambert had put the Saints ahead at the New Den.

Jermaine Beckford scored twice as Leicester beat Swindon 2-0, while Damion Stewart's own goal put Stevenage into the fifth round for the first time in their history as they beat Notts County 1-0.

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