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Martin Kelly gave Palace the lead in first half stoppage time. Getty Images

Full time: Tottenham 0-1 Crystal Palace

All over at White Hart Lane and a shock of sorts as Crystal Palace knock out Tottenham. Martin Kelly puts the Eagles into the last eight for the first time in 21 years with a fine first half strike. Spurs threatened in dispatches but could not find their way past a stubborn Palace defence. They go into the hat for the quarter-finals.

Well that is all we have time for on this live blog. You can follow the second half of Chelsea vs Manchester City here, but until next time goodbye.

Into three minutes of stoppage time at White Hart Lane and Tottenham are not showing any signs they are on the verge of a late equaliser. Palace have been the more threatening of the two sides in the close minutes.

Ball in the net but it has been chalked off immediately. Palace are denied a killer second goal as Wickham pokes home Bolasie's cross but the linesman rightly waves his flag.

Tottenham running out of time to grab an equaliser and force an unwanted replay at White Hart Lane. Hennessey keeps out Onomah's volley as Palace survive. it has hardly been a backs to the wall job though.

Crystal Palace far surer of themselves now having seen off that brief spell of pressure from Tottenham. A flurry of free-kicks have even given them the chance to add to their lead but Yohan Cabaye has not had the required quality to test the Tottenham defence.

Caballero is hardly urging much confidence at the back and a horrendous beat away from a Hazard cross is another example of his poor start.

Fabregas forces Caballero into a good low save. Chelsea in control but City's kids not disgracing themselves.

We saw a sign of Dele Alli's mean streak in mid-week and there is another flashpoint as he bumps Yohan Cabaye off the ball when the ball is dead the Frenchman takes a nasty fall on the area around the pitch.

Inexplicable miss from Josh Onomah. Dele Alli's cross misses Eriksen and Onomah can't finish at the back post. Spurs turning the screw in this second half.

It's all Harry Kane again and it takes a last ditch block from Yohan Cabaye to turn his shot over the bar.

Chance for Tottenham. Harry Kane takes aim with his left foot but it goes just past the left post of Hennessey.

Back under way at Tottenham where the hosts have made one change with Christian Eriksen coming for Mousa Dembele.

Half time: Tottenham 0-1 Crystal Palace

An entertaining half ended in the grand manner with a fabulous goal for Crystal Palace which puts them in front at the break at White Hart Lane. Martin Kelly scores his first goal for five years to put the visitors ahead but Tottenham have had plenty of chances with Dele Alli hitting both posts but so far they are being outdone by Alan Pardew's men.

Goal: Tottenham 0-1 Crystal Palace (Martin Kelly)

Palace take the lead in the second minute of added on time. Wilfried Zaha feeds Martin Kelly who storms into the penalty area and lashes past Vorm at the near post. Fine finish and a great time to score for the visitors.

Harry Kane over a free-kick as we approach half time and Wayne Hennessey makes a good low save to keep out the shot. An all action first half thus far.

Palace have not come along to make up the numbers and they are a real threat in the final third. Wickham skips away from two challenges and feeds Adebayor, but his shot is blocked.

Game has settled down a little but it hasn't taken long for Emmanuel Adebayor to make an impression and he wants a penalty as he is taken out by Michel Vorm, but the Spurs stopper got a strong hand on the ball and Palace have a corner.

How are Tottenham not ahead? Dele Alli hits both posts from the same shot and Delaney is forced to lash the ball clear from underneath his own crossbar. Incredible moment as Palace survive.

Palsce so close to taking the lead. Kyle Walker heads the ball back to Michel Vorm but gets too much on it and the Dutch stopper is forced to get back and claw the ball away. Decent start to this game.

It is all action at the Lane in the opening minutes and might Crystal Palace have had a penalty? A cross from the right finds Mutch at the back post and his ball back in catches Bentaleb on the arm and goes behind for a corner. The Algerian certainly had his hand raised.

Spurs should really be ahead inside three minutes. A corner from the right catches Palace unawares and Alli ghosts in at the back post and it takes Yohan Cabaye's block on the line to prevent the hosts taking the lead.

Under way at White Hart Lane. Palace fans have sold out their allocation and are in good voice early on.

Teams are out at White Hart Lane we're almost ready to go in north London. Saturday was a little sterile for my liking and though Reading upset West Brom, there is plenty of room for more cup drama. here is hoping to starts now.

West Ham go into half time at Ewood leading 2-1 over Blackburn Rovers. Victor Moses and Dimitri Payet responded to Ben Marshall's opener. Meanwhile at White Hart Lane, both teams are in the tunnel.....

West Ham United have turned it around in the first half at Ewood, and now lead their Championship opponents. Dimitri Payet continues his fine season with a brilliant free-kick which bent away from Steele and nestled in the corner.

After an impressive star to the season, Crystal Palace's campaign has quickly unraveled in 2016. Alan Pardew's men haven't won in nine games in the league which has seen them drop from seventh at the turn of the year to 13th, eight points above the relegation zone. The cup could provide the Eagles with some much-needed respite.

West Ham are level at Ewood Park through Victor Moses' strike from range. The Nigerian gets goal-side of the Blackburn midfield and as the defence backs off he unleashes a shot which goes through the grasp of Luke Steele. Slaven Bilic naturally delighted.

Lots of question over whether Tottenham can sustain their impressive domestic season and today represents the biggest question yet of their capabilities. After drawing in Florence on Thursday, and despite making seven changes, this afternoon tests whether Mauricio Pochettino's side juggle domestic and European commitments and maintain the consistency which has defined their campaign.

And just as I type, Blackburn open the scoring through Ben Marshall. The Rovers man took it down nicely from a cleared corner and placed the ball beyond Randolph from 20 yards. Nice finish which sees West Ham go behind.

You may have noticed that the game at White Hart Lane is not the only FA Cup tie this afternoon. Later, we're at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea vs Manchester City, but right now Blackburn are hosting West Ham United at Ewood Park. It is goalless after around 18 minutes and I'll keep you updated with the latest as the game wears on.

Palace make just two changes from the defeat to Stoke. One is enforced as Martin Kelly comes in for the suspended Pape Souare, while in midfield Joe Ledley comes in for Mile Jedinak.

I make it seven changes for Spurs from the Europa League draw in Florence. Josh Onomah comes in alongside Nabil Bentaleb and Mousa Dembele in midfield, Kyle Walker and Danny Rose are restored at full-back while Eric Dier comes in for Toby Alderweireld.

Team news surrounds two strikers. Harry Kane is back for Spurs after being left on the bench against Fiorentina, while for Crystal Palace Emanuel Adebayor starts against his former club.


Tottenham: Vorm, Walker, Dier, Wimmer, Rose; Bentaleb, Dembele; Alli, Onomah, Son; Kane

Crystal Palace: Hennessey; Ward, Dann, Delaney, Kelly; Zaha, Cabaye, Ledley, Mutch; Wickham, Adebayor.

We're about 10 minutes away from getting today's team, but until then how do we expect them both to line up?

Hugo Lloris is likely to miss out again with a shoulder problem, with Michel Vorm expected to deputise as he did in Fiorentina. Tom Carroll is also out with an achillies problem. Jan Vertonghen and Clinton Njie are long-term absentees.

Yannick Bolasie could make his first appearance of the year after a hip injury which Bacary Sako could also make a comeback. Dwight Gayle and Joe Ledley are also hopeful of recalls after spells out.

Reading shocked West Brom to illuminate the first of three days of the FA Cup fifth round, but what will the second day bring as the Premier League big guns keeping coming. Later, we have Chelsea against Man City, but now it is the turn of Tottenham Hotspur who face Crystal Palace in the tasty looking London derby. Spurs are looking good for a Champions League place at the very least this season, but can they end the season with some silverware? Alan Pardew's Palace have suffered recently in the league so they will hope the cup can represent some respite. Team news on the way.