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10-man Sunderland held by Fulham, replay forced

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Jack Rodwell was sent off after being booked in the 30th and 66th minutes.

Substitute Hugo Rodallega was denied an FA Cup giant-killing act by a post as Championship Fulham very nearly shocked 10-man Premier League outfit Sunderland.

The Colombia international blasted against the woodwork as time ran down with the Black Cats, who played the final 24 minutes without £10million midfielder Jack Rodwell after he was dismissed for a second bookable offence, teetering on the brink.

Until that point, the Black Cats had looked the more likely winners after emerging from their...

Ross McCormack hat trick helps Fulham hold off Nottingham Forest

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Ross McCormack smashed a first-half hat-trick as Fulham sank Nottingham Forest 3-2 at Craven Cottage.

The Scottish striker took his goal tally for the season to 10 with three long-range strikes to crank the pressure back up on Forest boss Stuart Pearce.

The visitors threatened a comeback when Henri Lansbury scored either side of half-time, and would have dragged themselves level but for a glaring miss by top scorer Britt Assombalonga.

But Fulham held out for a victory which was a far cry from when...

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Scotland scouting Burnley's Scott Arfield and Fulham's Jack Grimmer

Scott Arfield's play for Burnley has caught the attention of the Scotland management.

Burnley's Scott Arfield and Fulham's Jack Grimmer have played themselves into Scotland contention, according to assistant coach Mark McGhee.

Gordon Strachan's assistant has already watched 26-year-old Arfield with Burnley in the English Premier League, while  he will have a look at 20-year-old former Aberdeen defender Grimmer in Fulham's Championship clash with Nottingham Forest at Craven Cottage on Wednesday night.

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Ruiz snatches win for Fulham

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Bryan Ruiz struck a stoppage-time winner to give Fulham a 2-1 home victory over Reading at Craven Cottage and arrest their run of three Sky Bet Championship defeats.

The home side had taken the lead in the 55th minute when Sweden midfielder Alexander Kacaniklic scored his first goal for the club in over 14 months in his first start since returning from a loan spell at FC Copenhagen.

But Reading were level after 63 minutes as Pavel Pogrebnyak headed in his first league goal of the season against the...

Wolves fall to Fulham

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Fulham beat Wolves on penalties to reach the FA Cup fourth round as the hosts honoured former owner Sir Jack Hayward.

The 91-year-old, who owned Wolves for 17 years before selling in 2007, passed away on Tuesday with the club holding a minute's silence and players wearing black armbands.

On the pitch, Matt Doherty's miss in the shoot-out proved decisive as Fulham won 5-3 on penalties after a 3-3 draw.

Fulham striker Ross McCormack had scored a 120th-minute penalty to cancel out Dave Edwards' earlier...