1-0 at Old Trafford last night
A Scott McTominay goal was enough to hand Manchester United a 1-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup at Old Trafford last night.
Villa were arguably the better team in the match, with Danny Ings' second half goal ruled out.
United will now play Middlesbrough in the fourth round.
Marcus Rashford was out of sorts in the game and interim United boss Ralf Rangnick was asked afterwards about the player's form.
In the Premier League tonight, Southampton host Brentford.
Kick off at St Mary's is at 7.45pm.
In the Africa Cup of Nations today, Mo Salah is set to feature for Egypt against Nigeria in Group D, with the other match in that Group involving Sudan and Guinea-Bissau.
In Group E, Algeria take on Sierra Leone.
Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has still to decide whether to take any further action against Novak Djokovic.
As things stand, Djokovic is free to play in the Australian Open in Melbourne after the cancellation of his visa was overturned in court.
But Hawke retains the power to deport the Serb under the Migration Act.
The 34 year old is unvaccinated.
All Ireland champions Tyrone meet Cavan in the Doctor McKenna Cup at Kingspan Breffni Park this evening.
Down host Antrim in Newry.
Those matches both throw in at 8.15pm.
Cork can book their place in the McGrath Cup final with a win over Waterford at Pairc Ui Rinn.
That game has a 7pm start.
Ronnie O'Sullivan is in action at the Masters in London today, against Jack Lisowski.
That game will be followed by the meeting of Mark Selby and Stephen Maguire.