FA Cup giant-killings are often overstated but Bradford City's 4-2 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last month was up there with the greatest shocks the competition has witnessed. To come back from 2-0 down against Jose Mourinho's Premier League leaders, as Phil Parkinson's side did in such style, captivated fans all over the country and turned the spotlight on the third-tier Yorkshire club. Strange then, that their home fifth-round clash against Premier League Sunderland on Sunday did not tickle the fancy of the TV executives who have declined to broadcast the tie live. Sunderland are struggling for form, Bradford are in the fifth round for the first time in 18 years and the Valley Parade pitch has been described as the worst in the country by Sunderland manager Gus Poyet. Click here to read full news..