What the papers say
A look at the stories making the back-page headlines in this morning's newspapers.
DAILY MAIL: Luis Suarez was accused of cheating non-league Mansfield Town out of a lucrative FA Cup replay at Anfield. Also: Cheltenham's preparations for tonight's FA Cup third round tie against Everton have been hit after the club suffered a burglary at their training ground.
THE TIMES: Luis Suarez was caught up in another "cheat" row last night as Mansfield Town players and management accused officials of missing the Liverpool striker's handball in scoring the decisive goal in the 2-1 FA Cup third-round victory at the One Call Stadium. Also: Alastair Cook missed England's first warm-up game because of a cold and England themselves badly missed the solidity the captain has come to offer, as they were easily beaten by a thoughtful India A team who were outperformed only in the field.
DAILY EXPRESS: Luis Suarez was caught up in a cheat storm over the goal that took Liverpool into the fourth round of the FA Cup. Also: QPR were last night locked in talks with French club Marseille over an £11million deal for striker Loic Remy.
THE SUN: Frank Lampard will not be offered a new deal by Chelsea "under any circumstances". Also: Laughing Luis Suarez was accused of cheating Mansfield out of the FA Cup yesterday.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Luis Suarez was at the centre of more controversy as Mansfield Town claimed that the striker's handball in Liverpool's winning goal in the FA Cup third-round tie at Field Mill had "stolen" a replay from them. Also: Frank Lampard will leave Chelsea this summer after the club's executives confirmed to his agent that they would not be offering the 34 year-old a new contract under any circumstances.
DAILY MIRROR: Frank Lampard last night publicly accepted his Chelsea career will be over this summer. Also: Luis Suarez was at the centre of another cheat storm last night, after his handball stole Mansfield's FA Cup dream.
DAILY STAR: Fuming Mansfield bosses branded Luis Suarez a cheat after his blatant handball helped knock the minnows out of the FA Cup. Also: Arsene Wenger could step up his bid to sign Spain star David Villa as Arsenal find themselves facing a fixture crisis.
THE INDEPENDENT: Brendan Rodgers claimed that it was not Luis Suarez's job to own up to handballs after the striker's controversial goal sent Liverpool through a fiercely contested FA Cup tie at non-league Mansfield. Also: It is seven years, seven months and 17 days since Arsenal won their last trophy and, at times yesterday, it felt like the ticking of that proverbial clock was the force that drove Arsene Wenger's team on and, ultimately, back into the tie.
THE GUARDIAN: Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, was forced into another defence of Luis Suarez after the striker's controversial goal put Liverpool into the FA Cup fourth round at the expense of Mansfield Town from the Blue Square Bet Premier. Also: Sepp Blatter has come under fire following his "nonsensical" comments that Kevin-Prince Boateng and Milan were wrong to "run away" when targeted by racist chants during a friendly match in Italy last week.