Another wild weekend in the FA Cup shows that English football's oldest cup competition is doing just fine. Iain Macintosh looks back at the best and worst performances.
They are the first nonleague team to reach the FA Cup sixth round since 1914, and they might just be responsible for the greatest shock in the history of the competition. On Saturday afternoon, Lincoln City of the National League went to the home of Premier League Burnley and beat them with a dramatic goal in the dying...
Burnley held likely Premier League champions Chelsea to a 1-1 draw at Turf Moor on Sunday, collecting a deserved point to edge further away from the relegation zone after Robbie Brady's pearl of a free kick cancelled out Pedro's early opener.
The Clarets defended superbly in the second half to restrict the Blues to potshots and with 30 points already on the board, Sean Dyche's side are close to sealing Premier League survival for the first time.
BURNLEY, England -- Three thoughts from Burnley and Chelsea's 1-1 draw in the Premier League on Sunday.
1. Burnley find a way to halt Chelsea
An elite group has to admit a third member. Tottenham and Liverpool had been the only teams to take points off Chelsea since Antonio Conte's September switch to a 3-4-2-1 formation, but Sunday's draw means Burnley can be bracketed with those superpowers as one of the few to have frustrated the league leaders.
Liverpool still haven't won a league game in 2017. They host rivals Tottenham on Saturday evening with both sides still hoping for a slip-up from Chelsea in their pursuit of the title.
Elsewhere, there's a monster of a game at the Liberty, with Leicester facing Swansea as their relegation battle takes another twist. The champions are in danger of going down, just one point off the bottom three ahead of the weekend, and could even start the game in the relegation zone if results go against...