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It's Hot or Not time again as IAN LADYMAN reveals what's been making him feel warm this week and what's been leaving him cold inside. 
MARK WEBSTER: In football terms, this seems to have happened rather the wrong way around. ITV Sport has been on a bit of a losing streak with their coverage of the game. 
ADRIAN DURHAM: I made the trip to south Wales at the weekend to see a decent Swansea side ripped to shreds by some spectacular, sensational, sexy Chelsea football.
JAMIE CARRAGHER: Tuesday night was awful. Next Tuesday will be awful, too. They are the days when I sharply realise just how much I miss it.
Adam Clayton, who began his career at Manchester City, said the only memento he wanted from the win at the Etihad Stadium was his own shirt.
Manuel Pellegrini refused to be drawn in to an argument about whether the club's trip to Abu Dhabi had an effect on their defeat by Middlesbrough, but then he was talking from inside the Etihad.
Four English clubs have qualified for the quarter-finals of Europe’s premier tournament for the first time since 1997-98 and only the second time in the history of continental competition.
England's best-laid plans for the Six Nations were in tatters on Sunday night as Owen Farrell and Kyle Eastmond joined a growing list of casualties in danger of missing the opener against Wales.
Slashing rest days, a new fines system, players treated like kids — Ben Foster has lifted the lid on the Tony Pulis regime at West Bromwich Albion, and insists he’s loving it.
Gus Poyet has accused Sunderland’s supporters of pining for Kevin Phillips and Niall Quinn and the ‘kick and rush’ football of Peter Reid’s team.
An anxious wait is in store for Michel Vorm. A mistake gifted Leicester a passage to the FA Cup fifth round, so Mauricio Pochettino may play Hugo Lloris when Tottenham take on Sheffield United.
Jose Mourinho insists there is more to come from Didier Drogba at Chelsea as the striker says he wants to stay at the club beyond the end of the season.
Wilfried Zaha is once again playing with a smile after what has been a frustrating few years for the Crystal Palace loanee having been left out on the fringes at Old Trafford after a £15million move.
Bill Haas landed his sixth PGA Tour title after a tense finish to the Humana Challenge in La Quinta, California.
Liverpool vice-captain Jordan Henderson insists they will not be bullied by Chelsea in a potentially-explosive Capital One Cup semi-final second leg next week.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will not jeopardise Daniel Sturridge’s efforts to recapture full fitness by rushing him back just to help his side reach Wembley.
Tom Daley is beginning 2015 with a new dive in his repertoire and full of optimism about his prospects of challenging for his sport's greatest prizes.
Sportsmail's Chief Sports Writer Martin Samuel has been named on a list of the 500 most influential people in Britain today. The annual Debrett's 500 list covers 24 categories across society.
Rochdale have no training ground, one of the smallest budgets in the entire Football League and, some might say, little chance of reaching the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Jose Mourinho insisted that 'it wasn't a moment to speak to them' after confirming that he did not say a word to his players following their defeat by League One Bradford.
SAMI MOKBEL: Arsene Wenger admitted his Arsenal side are one of the FA Cup favourites after they did what their big rivals failed to do this weekend — reach the fifth round.
Nathaniel Clyne appears in no rush to sign the contract extension offered to him by Southampton as several clubs, including Manchester United, appear to be interested in the England defender.
Chelsea target Douglas Costa has revealed he wants to play under Jose Mourinho and believes the Blues boss would aid his progress as a player.
SAMI MOKBEL EXCLUSIVE: Two down against Chelsea on Saturday, League One Bradford mustered a glorious comeback. But how did this team of free transfers pull it off?
Billy Knott left Chelsea as a 17-year-old following a serious breach of discipline but he was part of the Bradford team that won at Stamford Bridge. Here, the midfielder reflects on his weekend.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Gabriel Paulista's switch to Arsenal from Villarreal is 'very, very close' and expects the move to be completed on Monday.
Middlesbrough's on-loan FA Cup hero Patrick Bamford can see plenty of his Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho in his current manager Aitor Karanka after beating Manchester City in the FA Cup.
Legendary Argentina playmaker Juan Roman Riquelme has decided to retire from football at the age of 36.
STUART FRASER: Jamie Murray's men's doubles campaign ended in the third round as the British doubles expert and John Peers suffered defeat at the Australian Open on Monday.
NEIL ASHTON AT THE AMEX STADIUM: Tomas Rosicky was the best player on the pitch as Arsenal survived a late rally from Brighton to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Perhaps there won't be a post-match changing room selfie, but Mesut Ozil and Arsenal deserve to be in the fifth round draw. On his return to the team, Ozil scored - but he must now take that to the league.
PETE JENSON: Cristiano Ronaldo's rush of blood to the head was all about football and had nothing to do with the Real Madrid star's life off the pitch.
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo could escape with just a two-match ban after seeing red on Saturday afternoon. The 29-year-old saw red for kicking out at Cordoba defender Edimar Fraga.
Keep track of all the latest results from the men's and women's singles from the Australian Open. This page will be updated throughout the tournament so you can follow the progress of your favourites.
MARTIN SAMUEL: Arsene Wenger revealed Angel di Maria could not join Arsenal as he could not get a work permit. However, had he signed, would Theo Walcott still have joined the club?
Tomas Rosicky stole the show as Arsenal beat Brighton 3-2 in their FA Cup fourth round clash, but Phil Neville caused uproar when he flippantly claimed he would have 'two-footed' him for some of his antics.
Madison Keys advanced to her first grand slam quarter-final and underlined her pure hitting potential with a 6-2, 6-4 victory over compatriot and namesake Madison Brengle on Monday.
Arsenal ensured themselves of progress to the FA Cup fifth round with a 3-2 win at Brighton on Sunday. Here SEAN GALLAGHER rates each of the players performances.
Where does Bradford City’s shock 4-2 victory at Chelsea rank in the history of FA Cup upsets? Match of the Day’s John Motson runs Sportsmail though his 10 greatest FA Cup giant-killing acts
Teddy Sheringham scored a stunning chip as an All Star line-up defeated a Rangers XI in a Fernando Ricksen tribute match played on Sunday.
Top seed Serena Williams overcame another slow start - and a coughing fit - to beat Garbine Muguruza in three sets and gain a measure of revenge for her defeat in the second round of the French Open.
Dominika Cibulkova won a see-saw battle with former champion Victoria Azarenka under the roof on Rod Laver Arena to book her place in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open.
STUART FRASER: Stan Wawrinka came through his first real test of the Australian Open on Monday as the defending champion beat Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in four sets to reach the quarter-finals.
MIKE DICKSON: Dom Inglot, the British doubles specialist, caused a major upset in the Australian Open doubles when he and Romanian partner Florin Mergea ousted top seeds the Bryan brothers.
Boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao played a starring role as one of the judges at Sunday's Miss Universe pageant as Miss Colombia took the crown.
Sportsmail's Neil Ashton goes in search of the King of Old Trafford in Paris, 20 years after his kung-fu kick signalled the beginning of the end of his love affair with football.
Eric Cantona has had 20 years to forgive, forget or apologise for the kung-fu kick at Selhurst Park which saw the Frenchman transformed from maverick to madman — but, fittingly, he will not have a bit of it.
Tottenham will this week consider an £5million swoop for Burnley striker Danny Ings. Mauricio Pochettino wants to add to his forward line before the deadline, and Ings is high on his list of options.
PATRICK COLLINS: The Mail on Sunday's Chief Sports Writer is retiring after 50 years on Fleet Street. To mark his departure, he has picked 10 great events from his memories.
Glen Johnson will turn down the chance to join Roma and sign a new three year contract with Liverpool after the 30-year-old attracted interest from Serie A giants Inter and AC Milan.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has told striker Mario Balotelli he will not get picked for the squad unless he improves in training.
For rising Englishman Danny Willett, the joyous confirmation of his Masters invitation came recently while halfway through a gym session at home, and can't wait to make his trip to Augusta.
GLENN HODDLE: Sometimes we need reminding just how important the FA Cup is to our national game. On Saturday though, Bradford and Middlesbrough did the job for us.
PAUL NEWMAN IN PERTH: It is nothing new for England cricket captains to struggle against Australia when they take on one of the most demanding jobs in sport.
Joel Campbell has revealed that he's looking forward to a 'new opportunity' after agreeing to join Villarreal on loan from Arsenal until the end of the season.
MIKE DICKSON: Strong minded and individual as they are, neither Eugenie Bouchard nor Maria Sharapova particularly enjoy the comparisons that are inevitably made between them.
Ravel Morrison has agreed to join Lazio in the summer on a free transfer. The West Ham midfielder's deal expires at the end of the season and he has agreed a contract with the Serie A side.
Philippe Mexes saw red late on for grabbing the throats of Lazio players Stefano Mauri and Lorik Cana in AC Milan's 3-1 defeat in Serie A.
Cambridge United are set for a massive £1.7m windfall after their heroic FA Cup draw with Manchester United on Friday - and it looks like they're planning to put the money to good use.
Liverpool are one of the clubs monitoring Adam Bogdan’s situation aware that he is out of contract at the end of the season and resisting Bolton’s efforts to re-sign.
Kevin Pietersen has been like Banquo’s ghost at England’s feast ever since they sacked him and on Sunday he will have the perfect opportunity to show them what they are missing, in the Big Bash.
Ben Stokes put his World Cup disappointment to one side to help England Lions draw first blood in their unofficial one-day international series with South Africa A, hitting 31 runs and four wickets.
Jose Mourinho insists his side do care about the FA Cup after an astonishing 4-2 defeat to Bradford on Saturday extinguished any hope of the Blues winning an unprecedented quadruple.
LAURIE WHITWELL AT VILLA PARK: A goal to repay his £3.25million fee in one go? Quite possibly. Carles Gil brought a sparkle seldom seen at Villa Park with a wonderful strike for his new side.
CHRIS FOY: Fine margins and good fortune allowed Bath to claim a quarter-final place on Sunday. After the demolition of Toulouse a week ago, this was a victory for the earthy virtue of pack power.
Andy Murray has revealed he will leave it until the last minute before deciding whether he will wear a kilt, and go commando, on his wedding day.
According to Dr Roland Hartel-Petri, there is an underlying problem in the German top-flight concerning the use of crystal meth.
Adrian Chiles could take legal action over his departure as ITV's lead football host, it was claimed on BBC Radio 4's Media Show. Mark Pougatch will take over with immediate effect.
West Bromwich Albion are close to completing a £4.75million deal for Wigan Athletic winger Callum McManaman.
Paul Pogba showed why the top European teams are interested in him as he orchestrated a 2-0 win for Juventus against Chievo Verona on Sunday. 
Michael Carberry has become the latest high-profile player to call for a revamp of England's domestic Twenty20 competition.
David Ginola's farcical attempt to depose Sepp Blatter has hit a new low with the revelation he faces charges for breaching the governing body’s ethics codes for his links to gambling.
Hurricane Fly created yet more history with an emotional fifth win in the Irish Champion Hurdle which left jockey Ruby Walsh facing one of the toughest decisions of his career.
SIMON JONES: Manchester United have been warned they may have to break the world record fee for a defender after enquiring about Paris Saint-Germain defender Marquinhos.
Simon Zebo and Andrew Conway both crossed twice as Munster dominated their Champions Cup dead rubber against a young Sale outfit at Thomond Park.
Fabian Delph has claimed that him signing a new four-and-a-half year deal deal at Aston Villa proves that loyalty still exists in football.
Dennis Wise created a social media storm on Saturday after his recent TV appearance. The former Chelsea star sported a unique hairstyle as he gave his views on the day's FA Cup action.
Bradford manager Phil Parkinson is hoping for a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United after his side dumped Chelsea out of the FA Cup in a memorable upset on Saturday.
Steven Defour found out the hard way that you shouldn't leave Standard Liege and later join Anderlecht. His former fans unveiled a huge banner of his decapitated head on Sunday.
Hosts Equatorial Guinea pulled off one of the shocks of the tournament to reach the quarter finals of the Africa Cup of Nations.
Nani believes he could still have a future at Manchester United despite being allowed to spend the entire season on loan back in Portugal at Sporting Lisbon, with three years left on his contract.
For one unfortunate gambler, Saturday's extraordinary round of FA Cup results will be remembered for all the wrong reasons.
Lewis Hamilton is clearly itching to get back on the race track if his latest social media posting is anything to go by.
RIATH AL-SAMARRAI AT ASHTON GATE: Diafra Sakho scored an 81st minute header to ensure West Ham have a place in the FA Cup fifth round after a difficult match against Bristol City.
MIKE DICKSON: Andy Murray set up an Ashes-style clash at the Australian Open with a performance of high class and bloody minded determination that saw off Grigor Dimitrov.
It was an afternoon for sharp mathematicians at the Stade Marcel-Michelin as Saracens squeezed through to the Champions Cup quarter-finals despite losing to Clermont Auvergne.
There are those who believe Darren Bent is past his Barclays Premier League sell-by date but it is not an opinion shared by the striker himself.
Thirteen months on and Steve Clarke admits he did not see it coming. He was talking about his sacking in December 2013 after West Brom had been beaten in Cardiff.
Arsenal forward Theo Walcott believes it is like having new signings at the club as the Gunners continue to welcome first-teamers back from injury.
Sam Allardyce admitted he was relieved after West Ham beat Bristol City 1-0 to avoid joining the list of big-name FA Cup fourth-round casualties.
Juan Cuadrado failed to justify his £27million price tag as Fiorentina threw away a first half lead to draw with Roma at the Stadio Artemio Franchi. 
World champion sprinter Richard Kilty has rejoined Linford Christie’s training group in a move he hopes will see him break the 10 second barrier for 100 metres for the first time.
Second-half goals from Thievy Bifouma and Fabrice Ondama helped Congo clinch a 2-1 victory for Congo against Burkina Faso in Sunday's crunch Africa Cup of Nations Group A clash.
James Rodriguez turned out to watch some volleyball this weekend as the Real Madrid forward caught his wife Daniela Ospina playing for Los Blancos in the Spanish capital.
Paris St.Germain talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a decisive second-half penalty to keep the reigning Ligue 1 champions in touching distance of leaders Lyon with a win at St Etienne.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has accused UEFA of lacking the 'courage' to provide a challenge to his leadership.
MARTIN SAMUEL: It is likely Jordan Henderson will captain Liverpool when Steven Gerrard leaves. He is much improved, yet Henderson is lacking a quality that can never be taken for granted.
The magic of the FA Cup isn't always as magical as supporters might like. But this year's fourth round had more than enough shocks to justify the cliché for another year at least.
Blackburn did their bit on a weekend of Cup upsets to book a place in the fifth round, but it remains to be seen if strikers Rudy Gestede and Jordan Rhodes will still be at the club for that game.
Mark Cavendish won the seventh and final stage of the Tour de San Luis after beating rival Fernando Gaviria in a frenzied sprint for the finish line.
MARTIN SAMUEL: 'They hate the way you walk,’ begins the latest stupid adidas advert, ‘they hate the way you talk...’ It’s Luis Suarez time again, folks. They tried to make a selling point of his infamy.
ASH WEDNESDAY: Sadly the modern training methods used by clubs in the Premier League means that the game is drifting further and further away from the referees - and they need extra help.