hello there. after a slow weekend, things are set to get windy for the start of the week. overnight tonight, we will see the south—westerly winds freshening. there is more rain to come into scotla nd there is more rain to come into scotland and northern ireland, turning heavier in the north—west later on in the night. for the most pa rt later on in the night. for the most part it should be fairly mild, temperatures 5—7 degrees, but rural parts could be down to one or two celsius. we have a storm brewing in the atlantic, and that is where we will see the wind is really picking up, especially across scotland as the low pressure approaches and drives down that whether fund from the north, giving us the rain we have got here. as it moves its way southwards into northern england north wales, that becomes lighter and more patchy, and we get some sunshine following into northern ireland limited sunshine for southern parts of the uk, but all of us southern parts of the uk, but all of us should be mild. the strength of the wind is the story, strong winds for most of us, gales or severe gales for northern scotland, gust of
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hello and welcome. shock, shock, and shockin hello and welcome. shock, shock, and shock in the third round of the fa cup as newport county defeat leicester city. old boss pete wild goes wild as athletic produced a stunning comeback at fulham. and billion from the bees as barnett beat the blades. also coming up tonight, arsenal are back to winning ways in the women's super league. as oui’ wasps ways in the women's super league. as our wasps in rugby‘s premiership, as they —— sea off northampton saints. hello. thanks for joining
hello. thanks forjoining us. what a day we have had in the third round of the fa cup. yet more shocked as to premier league teams were knocked out by teams from three divisions below them. news of full‘s defeat by oldham ina below them. news of full‘s defeat by oldham in a minute, but we will start with leicester city, who lost the newport county. the league 2 side took the lead afterjust ten minutes after this cross was headed home. they looked good for that lead toa home. they looked good for that lead to a long time. in fact, it stayed 1-0 to a long time. in fact, it stayed i—o until the 82nd minute, when leicester looked to have salvaged the tide. that gave the leicester fa ns the tide. that gave the leicester fans hope, but there was more drama to come. leicester were awarded a penalty for this. modric came and
kept his cool to slot home the spot kick, earning county a 2—0 win over 1874 places above them. was unbelievable. my voice has gone. iamso was unbelievable. my voice has gone. i am so proud of the players. from start to finish, they made the work of the ball. the chances we created as well. we did notjust hang on, we created a few chances, and i am proud of them. and to that shot at fulham, then. the premier league strugglers now out of the fa cup after losing to oldham athletic. the fa cup commit 15 clubs special again. after drifting to the fortier, decade and decline, this was the day to celebrate. it all looked straightforward the premier league fulham. they in the second
half, half, but right now, this side are struggling and more used a downward tumbles. this penalty from samsara is, on loan from bournemouth, proof they could cope with the pressure. 1—1, but more was to come. all of tom kearney‘s top—flight know—how turned this challenging to a fulham penalty, but that minimum contact proved oldham's saving. they will say justice is done! what a hero for oldham! perhaps the best moment those fans thought they would get, but that wasn't enough for the latics. soon, they were ecstatic. it comes across... it is ear next itibci'o it comes across... it is ear next macro what an upset this could be! -- it is in! all this record who sacked their manager on boxing day. dee dee wilde became caretaker the day after a six
6-0 became caretaker the day after a six 6—0 defeat. —— pete wilde. this was the match where it all came together, and after years in the darkness, their fans got something back. i seem to have been the site story, which is great, gazza took the pressure off the boys. it is a remarkable transformation, but one i'm going to savour. i have got to. you have got to savour these moments in life. you were going to be in amongst the fans cheering oldham on today. instead, you are in front of them, receiving their claim. i can't even imagine what that must have been like. the most proud man in oldham. can you believe it? no, still can't believe it. well done to oldham still can't believe it. well done to old ham boss pete still can't believe it. well done to oldham boss pete wild. brilliant at them, and brilliant for barnet, relegated from the football league last year, but today beating sheffield united and flying high in the championship. patrick geary has the championship. patrick geary has the story. if this tie needed spice, how about
two carries? darren currie, ca reta ker two carries? darren currie, caretaker manager, and his uncle toni, who left an indelible mark on sheffield united. a nice family reunion, but surely only a cup side dish. after all, the bees were not tearing up the national league. but then, mason clark won a penalty for barnet. what a chance for colthurst, who played with harry kane in the youth ranks. colthurst gives barnett believe! now a team in the fifth division leading one chasing promotion to the first. the sheffield united were lucky did not get worse. barnet missed chances to make the sensational secure. surely there would be a response. blades were strangely blunted. a clu b blades were strangely blunted. a club that has scored nine goals in three matches seemed listless, almost aimless. the locals were restless. united would get one last chance. 89 minutes, the ball fell to leon clarke. brilliant save by mark cousins. a famous victory secured by
cousins, planned by a nephew, enjoyed by the whole barnet family. at the end of the game, they came on and said we've had deserved it. i can put it into words, but it is such a wonderful occasion. i am proud they have shed their capabilities, because we have got some good players at this club. for all the words written and spoken about the club's decline, these images and sounds tell a different story. let's run through some more results from the third round. a big win to manchester city, who put seven past rotherham united of the championship. phil foden scored his first the etihad after raheem opened the scoring. riyad mahrez was also on the scoresheet earlier, as a strong city side cruised through. we took it seriously, and now the result looks super easy, but you
have to do what you had done. again, one more time, a compliment for the team, the way we played, the way we fought. we communicated with each other and tomorrow we will be in the draw. elsewhere, the shane ferguson show at the dan as millwall knocked out fellow championship side hull city. he came on as a substitute and equalised with one of the best goals of the round so far. and if you thought that was good, three minutes later, he struck this brilliant free kick to send millwall into the next round. qpr are also through after beating championship leaders leeds united 1—1. united it beating championship leaders leeds united it was 1—1, but with 15 minutes left, jake bidwell had this for the win. another third all championship tie of the day, doncaster13—1 away at preston. the scoring rounded off in the 87th minute. what would prove too much for
woking. goals were will hughes industry captain troy deeney sent them through to round four. the women super league is back after the winter break, and arsenal have opened up a gap at the top after returning to winning ways. they came from a goal down to beat west ham 4-2. this from a goal down to beat west ham 4—2. this headerfrom england's leah williamson put them up, and then the hammers equalise, but their dutch striker scored twice in the second half. they are now two points ahead of manchester city after they drew at bristol today. elsewhere, victories of birmingham, brighton and chelsea. one of the football story. jermain defoe hasjoined rangers on loan from bournemouth. this has been expected for a few days. the 36—year—old head to scotla nd days. the 36—year—old head to scotland on an 18 month deal. away from football, and in the rugby premiership, wasps won forever the second time in 14 matches as they beat northampton saints 27—16. this
john dion try helped. also an impressive try in the second half from willie larue. this is an impressive win from wasps, who move up impressive win from wasps, who move up to sixth place and give themselves a bit of reading space. sticking with rugby, the man in charge premiership rugby has told the bbc it is right and proper to look into scrapping promotion from relegation to the championship. many promoting clubs struggle to bridge the gap in quality when they go up. ian ritchie says conversations would need to be had with the rugby football union, but denied leaving clu bs a re football union, but denied leaving clubs are at war with the rfu. i think that is frankly rather ridiculous. we have not started to have any conversations and finalise oui’ have any conversations and finalise our views on this, and therefore to suggest that civil war is imminent is aptly ridiculous. we want to expand the premiership internationally. there have been games in the usa. we have been looking closely at that market, but we wouldn't rule out looking at other countries as well. i think early doors of this. our partnership
with cbc, very excited about, and we think it will be a very good one for the lead and for the game, and obviously, we will get matters of expansion including internationally. to be clear, we have an eight year agreement with the rfu, and have worked very closely in partnership with them. we have not bought any proposals to them yet not finalised oui’ proposals to them yet not finalised our own, so proposals to them yet not finalised ourown, soi proposals to them yet not finalised our own, so i think we need to consider this further and it would be precipitate to say that there is a risk between us, because we have not had those discussions yet. in tennis, despite retiring from her final qualifying match injured, johanna konta has been handed a lucky loser‘s spot for the first round of the sydney international. she will play the seventh round seed overnight. she had her neck in the warm up match and pulled out during the opening set. this as she continues her preparations ahead of the first grand slam of the year, the first grand slam of the year, the australian open, which starts next week. and if you other sports stories.
england'sjoe and if you other sports stories. england's joe denly hit and if you other sports stories. england'sjoe denly hit a match—winning 76 not out to guide the sydney sixers to a six wicket win against the adelaide strikers in the big bash. he hit 84—macros and a six as the sixers chase down their target. luke gale is facing a long spell out after rupturing his achilles tendon in training. he has struggled with injuries in the pass, having fractured his kneecap last season and having knee surgery kneecap last season and having knee surgery in the postseason. and after his oslo silver medal last week, britain's dave riding could only manage 11 that the world cup slalom meetings i grab. he dragged himself 12 laces up the rankings with a much improved second run. the olympic champion won it. before we go, we know our footballers like to keep up latest fashion trends. arsenal's hector bellerin is taking things to a whole new level. here he is at men's
london fashion week. he is not scared of being different, and has often talked about how he likes to express itself, not just often talked about how he likes to express itself, notjust on the pitch but after it. where better to do that then here? with the great and good of the world of fashion. i like the guy in the back there! looking on in amusement. that is fashion, apparently. next up, the film review. hello, and welcome to the film review here on bbc news. and taking us through the cinema releases, who else but jason solomons? new year, lots of new films?