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Trending: Man United vs. Chelsea in FA Cup, Barca fans whistle Luis Enrique

Jose Mourinho says quarter-final opponent Chelsea can focus solely on the FA Cup, while Man United have other priorities.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

FA CUP: Holders Manchester United will travel to Premier League leaders Chelsea in the standout tie of the quarterfinal draw, a game that will see Jose Mourinho return to Stamford Bridge.

- Mourinho says Chelsea have the Premier League title wrapped up and can afford to pay more attention to their FA Cup quarterfinal than Manchester United.

- Zlatan Ibrahimovic spared United's blushes at Ewood Park as they came from behind to beat Blackburn Rovers...

Gareth Bale back with a bang for Real Madrid, Barcelona stumble to victory

Zinedine Zidane is pleased to have Gareth Bale back and scoring after the Welshman was sidelined for three months.

Five thoughts from the weekend's action in La Liga as the top four all win -- but under very different circumstances for leaders Real Madrid and second-placed Barcelona.

1. Bale back with a bang

Eighty-eight days after he injured an ankle against Sporting Lisbon in late November, Gareth Bale returned midway through the second half of Saturday's home clash with Espanyol. Just 12 minutes later he sprinted onto Isco's through ball, easily outpacing the entire opposition defence, before calmly and confidently...

How Sutton can upset Arsenal: Tap unrealised potential on plastic pitch

Will Sutton United's four ex-Arsenal players have an impact on Monday when they host the Gunners in the FA Cup?
With Lincoln City capturing the imagination in the FA Cup, the FC panel look to see if Sutton United can emulate them.
With the biggest game in Sutton's history looming, we met four players to hear their thoughts ahead of the tie with Arsenal.
Sutton United former player and assistant coach Micky Stevens recalls his side's 1989 FA Cup triumph over Coventry City.
The Exploding Heads take you to Gander Green Lane to introduce you to Arsenal's FA Cup opponent Sutton United.
Sutton United manager Paul Doswell explains what Arsenal can expect when they visit the non-league side in the FA Cup.

After a weekend of FA Cup shocks and scares for many Premier League teams, is there room for one more at Gander Green Lane?

We all know that Arsenal should beat Sutton United, their non-League opponents on Monday evening, whatever team Arsene Wenger chooses to play. But as non-League club Lincoln City and League One side Millwall showed against Premier League Burnley and Leicester City on Saturday it is not always quite that simple.

Having played in the Championship down to the National League --...

 By Derek Bilton

Smart money on Sevilla against Leicester in Champions League

The guys answer your tweets on Mourinho's recent run with Man Untied, Leicester staying in the Prem, and odd airline food.

Leicester City look as though they have it all to do when they head to Spain on Wednesday for the first leg of their Champions League round-of-16 clash with Sevilla.

The Foxes, who have endured a dismal run of form, were dumped out of the FA Cup on Saturday by League One side Millwall. Boss Claudio Ranieri questioned the desire of his players after that defeat, just as he had done following their capitulation at the hands of Swansea the previous weekend.

It remains something of a mystery why a team...

Heroes & Villains: Lincoln revive magic of the FA Cup, shame on Leicester

Has the FA Cup lost its magic? Shaka Hislop certainly feels that could be the case with how it's played out this season.
Nonleague Lincoln fully deserve their place in history after reaching the quarterfinals.

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.

HEROES

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...

 By Tim Vickery

The contrasting fortunes of Brazil's Gabriel Barbosa and Gabriel Jesus

Gabriel Barbosa came off the bench to score his first Serie A goal and seal three points for Inter at Bologna.
Pep Guardiola is unsure if Gabriel Jesus will return for Man City this season, expecting a two or three month recovery.

Less than six months ago, when he prepared for his first game as Brazil coach, Tite had a big decision to make.

He was taking over a team under pressure. Brazil were down in sixth place in the CONMEBOL World Cup qualification table, outside the slots that guaranteed a spot at Russia 2018.

The fixtures ahead looked tricky, starting with a visit to the altitude of Quito to take on Ecuador, who were level on points with leaders Uruguay. In such daunting circumstances, who should take the role of centre-forward,...