FA Cup Fourth Round reports
CHELSEA 3 IPSWICH TOWN 1
Michael Ballack scored twice and Frank Lampard hit the other as Chelsea beat Ipswich Town 3-1 to reach the fifth round for the 11th successive season.
Ballack side-footed home after 16 minutes to put Chelsea ahead but Ipswich struck back after 34 minutes when Alex Bruce, the son of Wigan manager Steve, stabbed home from close range after Chelsea failed to deal with a freekick.
Ballack put Chelsea back in front after 59 minutes with a well-taken freekick before Lampard made it 3-1 with a late goal.
DONCASTER ROVERS 0 ASTON VILLA 0
Championship strugglers Doncaster Rovers played above themselves and hit the bar twice although Villa went close with efforts from Gabriel Agbonlahor and Curtis Davies, while Agbonlahor also hit the bar late on.
HARTLEPOOL UNITED 0 WEST HAM UNITED 2
West Ham wrapped up a straight-forward victory over Hartlepool with two goals at the end of the first half at Victoria Park.
Swiss international Valon Behrami opened the scoring after 44 minutes before Mark Noble doubled the score in first-half stoppage time from a penalty after Hartlepool defender Michael Nelson was harshly punished for a handball as he was outside the area.
HULL CITY 2 MILLWALL 0
Hull made it through to the fifth round for the first time in 20 years as goals from Michael Turner and Ian Ashbee earned a 2-0 win over the League One side.
Turner headed in Andy Dawson's freekick before Ashbee scored from 20 metres to wrap up the victory.
KETTERING TOWN 2 FULHAM 4
Fulham needed two late goals from Andrew Johnson and Bobby Zamora to see off minor league side Kettering who twice equalised through Craig Westcarr.
Simon Davies scored for the visitors with a superbly taken volley after 12 minutes before Westcarr equalised in the 36th minute. Danny Murphy put Fulham ahead 13 minutes from time, Westcarr made it 2-2 with a penalty before Fulham regained control.
MANCHESTER UNITED 2 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1
Manchester United came from behind to beat Spurs at Old Trafford after Roman Pavlyuchenko had headed the visitors into the lead after five minutes.
United, who also beat Spurs at the same stage in last season's competition, came back with two goals in three minutes with Paul Scholes scoring from a deflected shot in the 35th minute and Berbatov making it 2-1 with a superb shot past goalkeeper Ben Alnwick soon after.
PORTSMOUTH 0 SWANSEA CITY 2
Swansea City knocked out FA Cup holders Portsmouth with Nathan Dyer, on loan from Pompey's arch-rivals Southampton, opening the scoring after 26 minutes when he chested down and shot past David James in one sweet movement.
Swansea doubled their lead just before the interval when Nadir Belhadj fouled Jordi Gomez and Jason Scotland scored from the penalty spot and although Peter Crouch hit the woodwork in the second half, Portsmouth reign as Cu