FA Cup third-round replays as they happened

Live text commentary of nine FA Cup replays, with Brentford defeating Southend and Fulham snatching a late winner at Blackpool.

15 January 2013 Last updated at 23:00 GMT

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  1. 2256: 

    Right, so we now know nearly all of the teams in the FA Cup fourth round.

    Join me back here tomorrow night for the final two replays - as Manchester United face West Ham, and Arsenal take on Swansea. There is also a Premier League game between Chelsea and Southampton.

    See you there...

  2. 2254: 
    West Brom 0-1 QPR

    QPR boss Harry Redknapp: "Loic Remy is a good player, Newcastle do very well in the French market as well, and I looked at him an awful lot while I was at Spurs, but they wanted £20m for him. Yann M'Vila was the same. They turned down £28m for him 18 months ago so if we can pull off this it will be fantastic."

    On West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie: "We made an offer, but it was turned down, you have a right to offer. He's a good player."

  3. 2250: 
    Sunderland 0-2 Bolton

    Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill: "This is a big club and we shouldn't be spending 40 years without winning something, we really shouldn't.

    "We didn't take anybody lightly here tonight, we just got beaten because we didn't create enough chances in the second half.

    "I know some people field weakened sides but we didn't, we tried to win tonight and we weren't able to do it, and that was very disappointing."

  4. 2248: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    Wigan manager Roberto Martinez: "I must admit Bournemouth deserve huge, huge credit over the two games in the manner they play football and I think it is going to bring real success to this football club.

    "We knew that we had nothing to win today and had to be very professional; really, really strong and I couldn't be more proud of my players. When you make nine changes it is not easy."

  5. 2247: 
    Brede Hangeland heads in

    Brede Hangeland hadn't scored for Fulham since May 2011, but he was credited with the late, late winner as Martin Jol's side saw off Blackpool.

  6. 2243: 

    The transfer window may have kicked up a notch this evening then. Expect plenty of business at QPR...

  7. 2238: 

    Sammy James on Twitter: "What. A. Result. Five seconds from going out the cup - now into round four!! Come on you Whites!!"

  8. 2232: 

    Harry Redknapp has just sung the theme tune to Sports Report as well. Box office stuff from the QPR manager.

  9. 2231: 

    QPR boss Harry Redknapp has confirmed that Loic Remy has had a medical today, and a deal to sign Yann M'Vila is 'very close'. Could be a very busy month at Loftus Road...

  10. 2228: 

    Cosmo in Guildford on text: "Brentford at home this season. In 90 mins. P-15 W-10 D-4 L-1. We lost our first home match of season. Watch out Chelsea!! Lost 1 in last 20 of all competitions!"

  11. 2227: 
    FULL-TIME- Blackpool 1-2 Fulham

    Fulham are through then. Two late, late goals have done it for them. Martin Jol's men will play either West Ham or Manchester United, who have a replay at Old Trafford tomorrow night.

  12. 2224: 
    FINAL FIVE- Blackpool 1-2 Fulham

    There is a tie against West Ham or Manchester United at stake, and we are into the last 90 seconds or so. Fulham scored right at the death in the original 90 minutes, can Blackpool respond now?

  13. 2223: 

    Alex via text: "We've gone behind so many times this season, it's nice to see Fulham come back for a change."

  14. 2223: 

    Is there any way back for Blackpool? They've been well on top throughout extra-time as well.

  15. 2221: 
    Crystal Palace players

    A dominant extra-time performance from Stoke left the Crystal Palace players dejected - with their hopes of a fourth-round tie against Manchester City over.

  16. 2221: 
    GOAL- Blackpool 1-2 Fulham - Brede Hangeland (116 mins)

    There it is! With minutes left, Fulham edge ahead into a barely deserved lead. A corner is whipped in to the near post, Brede Hangeland goes up with a defender and the ball loops in to the net.

  17. 2221: 

    So we are now only playing at Blackpool. Has anyone got a goal up their sleeve?

  18. 2220: 
    FULL-TIME- Stoke 4-1 Crystal Palace

    And that is definitely full-time now - Stoke will play Manchester City in a repeat of the 2011 FA Cup final.

  19. 2217: 
    GOAL- Stoke 4-1 Crystal Palace - Cameron Jerome (120 mins)

    A goal right at the death - Cameron Jerome puts this one absolutely to bed. Stoke cruising now to a tie against Manchester City.

  20. 2216: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Blackpool 1-1 Fulham

    Tom Ince is in on goal for Blackpool, but Mark Schwarzer makes a brilliant save. Ince then goes down but the penalty appeal is waved away.

  21. 2214: 
    MK Dons 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    It sounds like Sheffield Wednesday boss Dave Jones is not too happy.

    BBC Radio Sheffield's Paul Walker reports Jones as saying: "I thought the game was too big for the referee, he let Alan Smith run the game. He may as well as given him the whistle."

  22. 2214: 
    FULL-TIME- Leyton Orient 1-2 Hull

    So Hull now face Barnsley. The drama, oh the drama...

  23. 2212: 
    Blackpool 1-1 Fulham

    We are into the second half of extra-time at Bloomfield Road. Can anyone save us from a penalty shoot-out?

  24. 2209: 
    GOAL- Leyton Orient 1-2 Hull - Tom Cairney (117 mins)

    Unbelievable! With little over 90 seconds of extra-time remaining, Tom Cairney puts Hull ahead. Heartbreak for the League One side. Heartbreak.

  25. 2207: 
    GOAL- Stoke 3-1 Crystal Palace - Jon Walters (110 mins)

    What a week for Jon Walters! Two own goals at the weekend, two extra-time goals here which look to have put Stoke through. He runs into space and buries it. Game over?

  26. 2207: 
    CLOSE!- Leyton Orient 1-1 Hull

    Michael Symes is the latest Leyton Orient man to threaten, heading over from close range.

  27. 2206: 
    Blackpool 1-1 Fulham

    Fulham's veteran midfielder Giorgos Karagounis thumps a shot wide from 25 yards as we come towards the end of the first period of extra-time.

  28. 2205: 

    Alex Humphries on Twitter: "If Sunderland lose away at Wigan on Saturday, Martin O'Neill will be out of a job."

  29. 2202: 

    Everybody is going home reasonably happy from the Devon derby as Torquay and Exeter gain a point each with a 1-1 draw. It was a tale of two spot-kicks as Alan Gow's 84th-minute penalty for Exeter cancelled out Rene Howe's converted first-half effort. Third-placed Exeter move two points clear of nearest rivals Rotherham, while Torquay remain 16th after their sixth successive game without a win.

  30. 2202: 
    Stoke 2-1 Crystal Palace

    That Jon Walters goal has broken Crystal Palace's spirit a tad. They look resigned to defeat at the moment.

  31. 2201: 
    Leyton Orient 1-1 Hull

    Orient are well on top as we tick into the second period of extra-time. Can the League One side find a goal?

  32. 2200: 

    Ian in Slough via text: "Great win for QPR at the Hawthorns, Not been many memorable Cup moments for Rangers over the last 15 years, this is a great night."

  33. 2159: 
    SITTER!- Blackpool 1-1 Fulham

    Blackpool should be ahead! Mark Schwarzer makes another save, the ball falls for Kirk Broadfoot and the right-back slams the ball way over the top. Blackpool are well on top.

  34. 2159: 
    Jay Bothroyd celebrates scoring for QPR

    QPR will play MK Dons in the next round after Jay Bothroyd's goal was enough to give them victory at West Brom.

  35. 2158: 

    Jordan Hawkes on Twitter: "Unbelievable performance by Bournemouth! How they did not win the game or at least get a draw from the second half is beyond me."

  36. 2157: 

    Birmingham 1-2 Leeds United

    Leeds United v Tottenham in the next round

    Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    Macclesfield v Wigan in the next round

    Brentford 2-1 Southend

    Brentford v Chelsea in the next round

    MK Dons 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    QPR v MK Dons in the next round

    Sunderland 0-2 Bolton

    Bolton v Everton in the next round

    West Brom 0-1 QPR

    QPR v MK Dons in the next round

  37. 2156: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Blackpool 1-1 Fulham

    Mark Schwarzer has to be alive to keep out a low shot, and then beats out a follow-up from Gary Taylor-Fletcher. Blackpool pushing hard for a winner...

  38. 2154: 

    So just to clarify, we have extra-time in the following games:

    Stoke 2-1 Crystal Palace

    Leyton Orient 1-1 Hull

    Blackpool 1-1 Fulham

  39. 2153: 

    Shane McMenemy on Twitter: "(see 20:37) Oh that 'John Walters get us a goal' chant has slightly backfired on the Palace fans now hasn't it?"

  40. 2153:  
    Kevin Gallacher, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra pundit at Bloomfield RoadEXTRA TIME- Blackpool 1-1 Fulham

    "You have got to feel sorry for Blackpool - that's the last kick of the ball. They got dragged back and the midfield were not covering. When the ball fell to Kieran Richardson he was in acres of space. What a strike. On the balance of play it was a deserved equaliser for Fulham."

  41. 2152: 
    FULL-TIME- West Brom 0-1 QPR

    QPR will play the MK Dons.

  42. 2151: 
    EXTRA TIME- Blackpool 1-1 Fulham

    And there goes the whistle. More extra-time at Blackpool.

  43. 2149: 
    GOAL- Blackpool 1-1 Fulham - Kieran Richardson (90 mins)

    Remarkable! With the last kick of the game, substitute Kieran Richardson bullets in a beauty from 25 yards! Fulham have a saviour.

  44. 2148: 
    GOAL- Stoke 2-1 Crystal Palace - Jon Walters (95 mins)

    This man is on fire - after two own goals at the Britannia last weekend, Jon Walters puts Stoke in front at the right end with a close-range header.

  45. 2145: 

    Extra-time is under way at Leyton Orient v Hull, and Stoke v Crystal Palace. We've already had two penalties at the Britannia - any more for any more?

  46. 2144: 

    Sarah in Pontefract via text: "I really don't think Warnock is purposefully trying to do a bad job, that would be ridiculous. Its the players that need to step it up. Done so in the 2nd half today. Lets get some results in the league now!"

  47. 2144: 

    We are into the last few minutes in our two 2000 kick-offs, Can QPR and Blackpool hang on?

  48. 2143: 

    Cosmo in Guildford via text: "Come on Brentford!! Juicy west London derby - get a draw. Replay at the Bridge!!! Nice."

  49. 2143: 
    FULL-TIME- Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    Wigan hold on and will now play Macclesfield.

  50. 2142: 
    PENALTY APPEAL- Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    All credit to Bournemouth, they are still piling on the pressure and they want a late penalty, but there's nothing doing...

  51. 2142: 
    FULL-TIME- Birmingham 1-2 Leeds

    Leeds will now play Tottenham.

  52. 2141: 
    FULL-TIME- Brentford 2-1 Southend

    So it's Brentford v Chelsea in round four.

  53. 2138: 
    EXTRA TIME- Stoke 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Half an hour more at Stoke...

  54. 2138: 
    FULL-TIME- MK Dons 2-0 Sheff Weds

    MK Dons will travel to QPR or West Brom in round four.

  55. 2138: 

    Murray in Nottingham via text: "Why do Leeds perform in the cups but not the league? I actually think Warnock is trying to do a bad job but fires us up for cup games to keep us sweet."

  56. 2137: 
    GOAL- Blackpool 1-0 Fulham - Nathan Delfouneso (82 mins)

    A period of pressure from the Tangerines culminates in a goal as Nathan Delfouneso sidefoots into an empty net.

  57. 2137: 
    EXTRA TIME- Leyton Orient 1-1 Hull

    We'll have another 30 minutes...

  58. 2136: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Blackpool 0-0 Fulham

    Blackpool and Fulham are edging closer to extra-time as we enter the final 15 minutes at Bloomfield Road. Home stopper Matt Gilks denies Hugo Rodallega from close-range, before Mark Schwarzer superbly tips Thomas Ince's volley over the bar. This tie could swing either way.

  59. 2136: 
    FULL-TIME- Sunderland 0-2 Bolton

    Bolton will face Everton in the fourth round.

  60. 2135: 

    All kick-offs 19:45 GMT, unless stated differently:

    Birmingham 1-2 Leeds United

    Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    Brentford 2-1 Southend

    Leyton Orient 1-1 Hull

    MK Dons 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Stoke 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Sunderland 0-2 Bolton

    Blackpool 0-0 Fulham (20:00 GMT)

    West Brom 0-1 QPR (20:00 GMT)

  61. 2134: 
    GOAL- West Brom 0-1 QPR - Jay Bothroyd (75 minutes)

    Late drama for West Brom again - they conceded three at Reading at the weekend and here's another one, Jay Bothroyd getting free to head in a corner at the far post.

  62. 2133: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    Oh so close for Bournemouth! Ali Al Habsi gets a hand on to a rising shot and it rattles the woodwork! Wigan are hanging on...

  63. 2130: 
    GOAL- Stoke 1-1 Crystal Palace - Glenn Murray (87 mins)

    Second spot-kick of the night for Palace - and this time Glenn Murray makes no mistake. Extra-time looms.

  64. 2130: 
    GOAL- Leyton Orient 1-1 Hull - Dean Cox (87 mins)

    I knew it. I knew it. Dean Cox levels it up for Leyton Orient, floating a cross/shot into the corner.

  65. 2130: 
    PENALTY TO CRYSTAL PALACE- Stoke 1-0 Crystal Palace

    Ryan Shawcross fouls Jonathan Williams - that is a penalty!

  66. 2128: 

    Who is going to prolong our night and force extra-time then? I know at least one of you are. Palace? Southend? Bournemouth?..

  67. 2127: 

    Lewis Hobson on Twitter: "I feel faint, not only have we had a shot on target we've scored 2 goals. I need a lie down this is not Warnock football!"

  68. 2125: 

    There are roughly 10 minutes left in our 1945 kick-offs. None of them are going to extra-time as it stands. AS IT STANDS, I tell you...

  69. 2124: 

    Matt in Telford via text: "Perhaps Villa should just swap squads with Crewe. Crewe could then bring on and develop the young players and Villa might just have a chance of beating Bradford next week."

  70. 2124: 

    Alas, League Cup semi-finalists Bradford's dreams of a double Wembley date are over. Late goals from Bradden Inman and Chuks Aneke see Crewe move closer to the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final with a 4-1 victory in the northern area semi-final at Gresty Road. The Railwaymen meet League One rivals Coventry in the regional final next month, with a place under the famous arch at stake.

  71. 2124: 
    GOAL- Birmingham 1-2 Leeds - El-Hadji Diouf (76 mins)

    Cool as you like from birthday boy El-Hadji Diouf, who chips the ball down the middle to put Leeds in front. If they hold on they will play Tottenham at home in the next round.

  72. 2122: 
    PENALTY- Birmingham 1-1 Leeds

    ....to Leeds.

  73. 2121: 
    GOAL- Brentford 2-1 Southend - Clayton Donaldson (76 mins)

    He doesn't miss those. League One's top scorer Clayton Donaldson bundles in from close range to put Brentford ahead.

  74. 2120: 

    We've finally gone goal mad. Into the last 20 minutes in most of our games. Bournemouth are piling on the pressure at home to Wigan.

  75. 2119: 
    GOAL- MK Dons 2-0 Sheff Weds - Dean Bowditch (75 mins)

    Big goal for the Dons - Dean Bowditch slings over a free-kick from the left wing, everyone misses it and the ball nestles into the far corner.

  76. 2119: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Sunderland 0-2 Bolton

    A significant moment here, as US international Stuart Holden comes on for Bolton to make his first appearance since November 2011.

  77. 2117: 
    GOAL- Birmingham 1-1 Leeds - Ross McCormack (70 mins)

    It's El-Hadji Diouf's birthday, and the Senegalese celebrates with an assist, nodding down into the path of Ross McCormack, who buries in style. Game very much on. The winner of this one will play Spurs at home in round four.

  78. 2116:  
    Kevin Gallacher, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra pundit at Bloomfield RoadBlackpool 0-0 Fulham

    "Both sides are getting into good areas but the delivery and service is poor."

    Listen to commentary of Blackpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

  79. 2116: 
    GOAL- Sunderland 0-2 Bolton - Marvin Sordell (73 mins)

    Poor defending from Sunderland and Marvin Sordell pounces to toe-poke into the corner. The Championship side are looking good.

  80. 2114: 
    GOAL- Brentford 1-1 Southend - Barry Corr (69 mins)

    That penalty miss for Brentford looks costly now! Barry Orr heads in at the back post to bring Southend level, against the run of play.

  81. 2113: 
    GOAL- Stoke 1-0 Crystal Palace - Kenwyne Jones (69 mins)

    Oh no, Lewis Price. The Crystal Palace goalkeeper sees a soft header from Kenwyne Jones slip through his hands and into the net. Jones had just rattled the post from 20 yards after replacing Peter Crouch.

  82. 2112: 
    MK Dons boss Karl Robinson

    MK Dons boss Karl Robinson is on the touchline watching his team play Sheffield Wednesday. It is being reported that Blackpool want to talk to Robinson about their managerial vacancy.

  83. 2112: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Brentford 1-0 Southend

    Southend are really riding their luck in this one. Paul Smith has made another good save, this time with his feet from Jonathan Douglas before Mark Phillips clears off the line. Smith then saves again from Adam Forshaw.

  84. 2111: 

    Sorry Bradford fans - the commentator's curse strikes again. Moments after we looked towards penalties [see 2105], Crewe take a 2-1 lead through substitute Max Clayton. The 18-year-old, regarded as the next prodigious talent to come off the Crewe conveyor belt, heads in from close range.

  85. 2110: 
    DISALLOWED GOAL- Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    Wigan have the ball in the net from a corner, but it is ruled out for a push inside the area. A let-off for Bournemouth...

  86. 2110: 

    Nick Jehan on Twitter: "Can't believe the games are so bad that attendance figures are being debated in such detail…"

  87. 2110:  
    BBC Radio 5 live's David Pleat at Dean Court:Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    "Steve Cook has a huge throw for Bournemouth and it is causing problems. His latest effort bounced over everyone's heads as Wigan were caught napping and Josh McQuoid should have scored from it."

    Listen to commentary of Bournemouth v Wigan on BBC Radio 5 live.

  88. 2109: 
    Stoke 0-0 Crystal Palace

    There will be no Michael Owen tonight, as Stoke make their third and final change. Can anyone save us from penalties there?

  89. 2108: 

    Birmingham 1-0 Leeds United

    Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    Brentford 1-0 Southend

    Leyton Orient 0-1 Hull

    MK Dons 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Stoke 0-0 Crystal Palace

    Sunderland 0-1 Bolton

    Blackpool 0-0 Fulham

    West Brom 0-0 QPR

  90. 2106: 
    GOAL- Sunderland 0-1 Bolton - Marvin Sordell (64 mins)

    He scored in the original tie, and Marvin Sordell keeps his cool to steer a spot-kick into the corner. Are Bolton set to host Everton?

  91. 2106: 
    PENALTY TO BOLTON- Sunderland 0-0 Bolton

    Darren Pratley is fouled by Jack Colback - that's a penalty.

  92. 2105: 

    Rhys Mortimer on Twitter: "Crystal Palace's Jermaine Easter has egg all over his face after that penalty miss."

  93. 2105: 

    Just 20 minutes to go between Crewe and Bradford and if the score remains 1-1 then they will be heading straight to penalties - which is very ominous for the home side. Bradford are the undisputed spot-kick kings of English football, having won their last nine successive shootouts. Hope the Crewe lads have been practising...

  94. 2104: 
    Brentford 1-0 Southend

    That could be a huge moment for Southend. The winners host Chelsea remember, and Southend keeper Paul Smith is doing his best to keep the tie alive.

  95. 2102: 

    A sheepish Mike Westerman on Twitter: "Sorry lads I got the news from some Facebook page.... awkward."

  96. 2102: 
    MISSED PENALTY- Brentford 1-0 Southend

    Harry Forrester has a penalty for Brentford - and it's saved by Paul Smith! Smith is having a blinder. An absolute blinder.

  97. 2102: 

    Marc Austin on Twitter: "Don't know where you got that from but there is 300+. Not bad for Blackpool away on a Tuesday. Less QPR fans at WBA."

    Nick Mastrini on Twitter: "There are far, far more Fulham fans at Blackpool than the '37' quoted."

    Michael Cox on Twitter: "There's miles more than 37 #FFC fans at Blackpool, and they're making all the noise. Our attendances are bad, but not that bad."

    Mike Westerman (2056) has some explaining to do.

  98. 2101: 

    Our two 2000 kick-offs at West Brom and Blackpool are underway.

  99. 2101: 
    Gavin Tomlin of Southend United (left) and Jonathan Douglas of Brentford

    With Chelsea lying in wait in the next round, both Southend and Brentford are desperate to win at Griffin Park.

  100. 2100: 
    CLOSE!- Brentford 1-0 Southend

    The visitors should be back on level terms at Griffin Park, when Gavin Tomlin had an excellent chance to equalise but he fired wide, when he should have done better.

  101. 2059: 

    Fulham FC on Twitter: "Quite literally freezing cold Blackpool. It's -1°c at Bloomfield Road, let's hope the 300+ #FFC fans keep warm!"

    300+? Someone is lying here! Over to you Mike Westerman...

  102. 2057: 
    CLOSE!- Sunderland 0-0 Bolton

    Great chance for Bolton's Marvin Sordell, who beats the offside trap, beats his man and sends in a low shot which Simon Mignolet turns away!

  103. 2056: 

    Mike Westerman on Twitter: "Only 37 Fulham supporters are at Blackpool, well the other supporters made a great decision not to come."

    Are any of the 37 reading? Is that an accurate figure?

  104. 2055: 

    A couple of half-time changes to make you aware of.

    Wilfried Zaha has come off for Crystal Palace, while at Bournemouth Wigan change their goalkeeper. It's Ali Al-Habsi on for Mike Pollitt.

  105. 2053: 

    Richard Slater on Twitter: "Just because it's his birthday, doesn't mean he should get to take penalties!! #JermaineEaster."

  106. 2053: 
    CLOSE!- Sunderland 0-0 Bolton

    Sunderland come within inches of an opener, Craig Gardner whistling a long-range free-kick just over the bar.

  107. 2051: 

    The second halves are up and running around the country. Who will bag the first goal of the half?

  108. 2049:  
    Kevin Gallacher, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra pundit at Bloomfield RoadHALF-TIME- Blackpool 0-0 Fulham

    "Both teams have been very patient on the ball and are trying to play football on a surface which is not the most fluid. There are a lot of divots and a lot of sand on the pitch. But Fulham, to me, have had the upper hand. Martin Jol will be the happier manager, but both teams must improve their finishing."

    Listen to commentary of Blackpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

  109. 2047: 

    Crystal Palace or Stoke can secure a home tie with Manchester City if they can find a winner, Bolton or Sunderland will be up against Everton and Brentford are 45 minutes away from a home tie with holders Chelsea. What have Southend got to say about it?

  110. 2047: 

    This could be a manic, manic 45 minutes coming up. There has to be more goals, surely?

  111. 2046: 
    HALF-TIME- West Brom 0-0 QPR
  112. 2045: 
    HALF-TIME- Blackpool 0-0 Fulham
  113. 2045: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at Dean Court: "Wigan lead but Bournemouth have shown plenty to suggest they can get back in this one. It's desperately cold, but the action on the pitch is lively and roared by a vociferous home crowd the Cherries will fancy this one with 45 minutes still to go."

  114. 2044: 

    From Mich, a frustrated Leeds fan, via text: "I think Neil Warnock is going for a record of three consecutive away games with 0 shots on target."

  115. 2039:  
    BBC Radio 5 live's David Pleat at Dean Court:Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    "They are two patient teams here. The surface is a bit bobbly and this has seen some more longer balls played as the players do not trust the surface.

    "If Bournemouth continue to play as they did in the last 10 minutes, they can level it up with Wigan. Bournemouth are thrusting well down the left-hand side, but they need to get people in the box quicker.

    "Wigan do look more composed. When the ball is in transition, Bournemouth need to get the ball up the pitch quicker."

    Listen to commentary of Bournemouth v Wigan on BBC Radio 5 live.

  116. 2038: 

    Just five goals around the country in our FA Cup games then. We could be on for a mass penalty shoot-out jamboree later on. I'm not sure how that will work to be honest. Bear with us...

  117. 2038: 
    CLOSE!- Blackpool 0-0 Fulham

    Fulham edge even closer to the Blackpool goal as Chris Baird's firm header, from a Giorgos Karagounis corner, shaves the home woodwork.

  118. 2037: 

    Toby Millington on Twitter: "Palace fans singing "Walters give us a goal!", quality banter."

  119. 2036: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    Still playing at Dean Court, where Bournemouth are piling on the pressure. They force a flurry of corners but Wigan, well marshalled by veteran goalkeeper Mike Pollitt, see it out. And that's half-time.

  120. 2034: 
    Blackpool 0-0 Fulham

    Chances are few and far between on the west Lancashire coast, but Fulham come closest to a goal. Blackpool goalkeeper Matt Gilks races from his line to block Hugo Rodallega from point-blank range after his defence go missing.

  121. 2034: 

    Jamie via text: "Boselli's strike was like his goal v West Ham in Capital One Cup this season. Reward for the travelling fans. He needs more Premier League games."

  122. 2033: 

    The half-time whistles are beginning to peep around the country in our 1945 kick-offs.

  123. 2031: 
    GREAT SAVE!- West Brom 0-0 QPR

    It's been a dull opening at the Hawthorns, but the home side go close when Romelu Lukaku's header is well saved by Rob Green. That one kicked off at 2000 remember.

  124. 2029: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    So close to a leveller for Bournemouth! Eunan O'Kane - who scored in the opening game - smacks another shot from 20 yards which thumps against the angle of post and bar.

  125. 2029: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Sunderland 0-0 Bolton

    Andy Lonergan has been the busier of the two keepers in the snow at the Stadium of Light but the former Preston stopper has just been forced into his first real save of the night. A free-kick from Adam Johnson was heading for the top corner before Lonergan tipped the ball over and out for a corner.

  126. 2028:  
    BBC Radio 5 live's David Pleat at Dean Court:Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    "Bournemouth are not an 'up-and-at-them' side, they like to play a measured game. Tonight, they are coming up a team who play the same way but have better players."

    Listen to commentary of Bournemouth v Wigan on BBC Radio 5 live.

  127. 2027: 

    First blood is drawn in League Two's big Devon battle between Torquay and Exeter - not literally of course - as Rene Howe's penalty puts the struggling hosts ahead.

    In the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, Crewe level against northern semi-final opponents Bradford. Bantams midfielder Nathan Doyle unfortunately bundles into his own net just seconds before half-time.

  128. 2027: 
    GOAL- Leyton Orient 0-1 Hull - Nick Proschwitz (41 mins)
    Hull manager Steve Bruce

    Pick that one out! Nick Proschwitz cracks in a volley from all of 25 yards. A belter. That will please Steve Bruce.

  129. 2025: 
    GOAL- Birmingham 1-0 Leeds - Wade Elliott (36 mins)

    Nathan Redmond springs the offside trap and puts in a teasing cross for former Burnley man Wade Elliott to volley in at the back post.

  130. 2024:  
    BBC Radio 5 live's David Pleat at Dean Court:Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    "I am quite impressed with new signing Roger Espinoza for Wigan. He is very left-footed, quite strong and is pulling all the strings in midfield.

    "He looks an effective signing after manager Roberto Martinez picked him up for nothing from Major League Soccer."

    Listen to commentary of Bournemouth v Wigan on BBC Radio 5 live.

  131. 2023: 

    Nicolas Mallia on Twitter: "Now I know why none of these games are being shown on TV! awful strike rate!"

  132. 2023: 
    Sunderland's Titus Bramble (left) and Bolton's Marvin Sordell

    There is little to choose between Sunderland and Bolton at the Stadium of Light - and there have been precious few chances so far.

  133. 2023: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Brentford 1-0 Southend

    It's Southend's turn to hit the woodwork now, in the game of the night so far, as they have their first real chance of the game. Anthony Straker gets on the end of a cross from Kevan Hurst but Simon Moore tips the header onto the post and Straker puts the rebound wide.

  134. 2022: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Brentford 1-0 Southend

    Harry Forrester is in the thick of the action again and forces Paul Smith into another good save. He took the ball from his own half before Smith tipped over another goal-bound effort.

  135. 2020: 
    MISSED PENALTY- Stoke 0-0 Crystal Palace

    Jermaine Easter steps up to take the spot-kick - but his effort is saved by Thomas Sorensen!

  136. 2019: 
    PENALTY TO CRYSTAL PALACE- Stoke 0-0 Crystal Palace

    Minutes after he is booked for diving, Wilfried Zaha wins a penalty for Palace.

  137. 2018: 

    Joseph Hawkins on Twitter: "9 replays and 3 goals so far, no wonder they are replays!"

  138. 2017: 
    CLOSE!- Leyton Orient 0-0 Hull

    Leyton Orient continue to push on, and Gary Sawyer's cross is headed over by Jimmy Smith. Orient a real threat.

  139. 2015: 

    If the MK Dons make it through tonight, it will be the first time in their short history that they have reached the fourth round. Good start.

  140. 2015:  
    BBC Radio 5 live's David Pleat at Dean Court:Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    "It is not a billiard table-esque pitch Wigan are used to playing on in the Premier League here. The surface certainly is a leveller between the sides and Bournemouth need to make the most of it."

    Listen to commentary of Bournemouth v Wigan on BBC Radio 5 live.

  141. 2014: 
    Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan on Twitter at Dean Court: "Unsurprisingly it's gone very flat after Boselli's opener, a stunning strike from 20 yards. Plenty of time left in this one though."

  142. 2013: 
    GOAL- MK Dons 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday - Shaun Williams (28 mins)

    Shaun Williams scores from the spot for MK Dons after Sheffield Wednesday defender Lewis Buxton is punished for a shirt tug on striker Dean Bowditch.

  143. 2013: 
    GOAL- Brentford 1-0 Southend - Paul Hayes (26 mins)

    Paul Hayes heads home from two yards after connecting with a Lee Hodson cross from the right. The Bees are currently on course to face London rivals Chelsea in the next round.

  144. 2012: 
    Brentford 0-0 Southend

    It's still goalless at Griffin Park but the home side are creating all the chances. Paul Smith is forced into another good save from a Clayton Donaldson volley.

  145. 2009: 
    DISALLOWED GOAL- Leyton Orient 0-0 Hull

    Orient have the ball in the net through ex-Reading striker Dave Mooney - but the offside flag is up. Encouraging start from the League One side though.

  146. 2008: 
    Sunderland 0-0 Bolton

    It's been a quiet game so far in the north east - but we do have some heavy snow.

  147. 2007: 

    Footy News on Twitter: "Pretty dull start so far to the FA cup replays.... What doesn't happen tonight will surely be made up for in tomorrow's games."

  148. 2007:  
    Kevin Gallacher, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra pundit at Bloomfield RoadBlackpool 0-0 Fulham

    "It's been a great little start from Blackpool - they are getting the ball wide to Nathan Eccleston and Tom Ince early. These two are tricky wingers who can beat defenders and they are not one-footed. They can use both feet to come inside or go outside and whip in a cross."

    Listen to commentary of Blackpool v Fulham on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

  149. 2006: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Brentford 0-0 Southend

    Harry Forrester is looking dangerous for the Bees, just moments after hitting the crossbar he has forced Paul Smith in the Southend goal into a good save.

  150. 2005:  
    BBC Radio 5 live's David Pleat at Dean Court:Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan

    "Boselli struck it beautifully. It was a really clean strike into the top corner.

    "It came from an awful mistake at the back and Boselli took full advantage."

    Listen to commentary of Bournemouth v Wigan on BBC Radio 5 live.

  151. 2004: 
    GOAL- Bournemouth 0-1 Wigan - Mauro Boselli (18 mins)

    Goal! At last! Bournemouth make a mistake, giving the ball away cheaply and allowing Mauro Boselli to race clear and smash home confidently. Advantage Premier League.

  152. 2003: 
    MK Dons 0-0 Sheffield WednesdaySUBSTITUTION

    There is an early substitution for Sheffield Wednesday at MK Dons as Danny Mayor replaces Jermaine Johnson after the winger picks up a back injury. It's that exciting...

    At Birmingham, Leeds are also forced to make an early substitution as Aidy White replaces injured left-back Adam Drury.

  153. 2001: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Brentford 0-0 Southend

    The winners of this one face Chelsea remember, and the hosts go close to a spectacular opener. Harry Forrester cracks one against the bar from 25 yards - lovely effort.

  154. 2001: 

    Proppin Up The Table on Twitter: "Owen on the bench. Can only mean one thing. Transfer. Wait, that might not be right."

  155. 2000: 

    We are off at Blackpool v Fulham and West Brom v QPR. All nine matches up and running.

  156. 1959: 
    CLOSE!- Leyton Orient 0-0 Hull

    Leyton Orient have had most of the play at Brisbane Road but Hull almost take the lead, Jay Simpson nipping behind the defence, dancing round the goalkeeper but then seeing his low shot well blocked.

  157. 1959: 

    Bradford just love being the underdog don't they? The fourth-tier side, who shocked Aston Villa in the League Cup last week, are already 1-0 to the good against League One hosts Crewe in their northern semi-final tie. Winger Kyel Reid blasts in the opener from 20 yards.

  158. 1958: 

    James Tippett on Twitter: "Griffin Park is rocking tonight but not as much as it will be when we host Chelsea in a few weeks! Come on you Bees!"

  159. 1958:  
    BBC Radio 5 live's David Pleat at Dean Court:Bournemouth 0-0 Wigan

    "Bournemouth are being spurred on by the crowd and they do not want to let the Wigan players get their heads up and play. They need to hustle them at every opportunity."

    Listen to commentary of Bournemouth v Wigan on BBC Radio 5 live.

  160. 1956: 

    So not a lightning start to our FA Cup night then - that should guarantee a goal avalanche...

  161. 1953: 
    Bournemouth 0-0 Wigan

    Bournemouth striker Wes Thomas has gone close in a decent start for the League One side. Wigan made a lot of changes tonight remember...

  162. 1953:  
    Kevin Gallacher, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra pundit at Bloomfield RoadBlackpool v Fulham (2000 GMT)

    "Blackpool were desperate to get Fulham back here after the first game. Neither side is playing well in their respective league, but form goes out of the window in a cup tie.

    "Blackpool know what the pitch is like - it's very sandy, bare in a lot of places and is very poor. Fulham like to play football and they will find it difficult tonight."

  163. 1951: 
    CLOSE!- Stoke 0-0 Crystal Palace

    The Premier League side go close as Matthew Etherington sees a low shot blocked. Palace counter well though and Aaron Wilbraham heads over the top. Lively start at the Britannia.

  164. 1951: 

    Daily Mirror journalist David Anderson on Twitter: "Wilfried Zaha starts at Stoke before his proposed big move to Man United. Fergie is said to be here to watch his prospective new signing."

  165. 1949: 
    Stoke 0-0 Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace have in-demand winger Wilfried Zaha in the ranks tonight and he has made a lively start. Will anyone come in for him this month?

  166. 1948:  
    BBC Radio 5 live's David Pleat at Dean Court:Bournemouth v Wigan (1945 GMT)

    "There is great anticipation here. It was a hard-fought game at Wigan.

    "Bournemouth are a neat and tidy team who will give Wigan a game here for sure."

    Listen to commentary of Bournemouth v Wigan on BBC Radio 5 live.

  167. 1945: 

    We are away. The FA Cup third-round replays are go.

  168. 1942: 

    Andrew Farnden on Twitter: "QPR prepare to face West Brom for the third time in 3 weeks. Third time lucky I suppose."

  169. 1941: 

    The official line coming out of Leeds is that Luciano Becchio is ill for tonight's game. Calm your transfer controversy stories...

  170. 1939: 

    Daniel Collins on Twitter: "Remy's agent must be laughing all the way to the bank. He'll be a top player in the Championship next season."

    Matthew Thomas on Twitter: "How are QPR making these high profile signings like Remy, I know they're rich but they're bottom of the league #madness"

    Alex Jeffs on Twitter: "Remy will be a quality signing for QPR, it's about time they had a young player in the team!"

  171. 1938: 

    Macclesfield are waiting to hear if they've got a home time with Wigan or Bournemouth in the fourth round - but tonight they are away at Dartford. The big one...

  172. 1937: 

    Tom in Leeds via text: "Scared that Becchio is left out, we cannot afford to lose him."

  173. 1937: 
    LINE-UPS- Blackpool v Fulham (2000 GMT)

    Blackpool: Gilks, Eardley, Broadfoot, Baptiste, Crainey, Osbourne, Basham, Taylor-Fletcher, Ince, Delfouneso, Eccleston. Subs: Halstead, Gomes, Kevin Phillips, Sylvestre, Cathcart, Martinez, Harris.

    Fulham: Schwarzer, Riether, Hangeland, Senderos, Briggs, Kacaniklic, Karagounis, Baird, Dejagah, Petric, Rodallega. Subs: Stockdale, Riise, Kasami, Richardson, Duff, Hughes, Grimmer.

    Referee: Andre Marriner (W Midlands)

  174. 1934: 

    So we are 10 minutes away from kick off in our seven 1945 kick-offs. Can you feel the magic?

  175. 1932: 

    Harriet Davies on Twitter: "Come on Stoke, knock out Palace. Love, a Brighton fan."

  176. 1930: 

    So it looks like QPR have, as expected, beaten Newcastle to the signing of Marseille striker Loic Remy. According to Stephane Mbia on Twitter anyway. I'll let you know if and when we get that confirmed.

  177. 1930: 

    QPR midfielder Stephane Mbia on Twitter: "IT'S OFFICIAL WELCOME REMY!!!"

  178. 1928: 

    James in Cardiff via text: "As a West Brom fan I'm slightly concerned that Harry Redknapp might use tonight as an opportunity to try to claim our entire squad."

    They're all top lads. Triffic players.

  179. 1927: 
    LINE-UPS- West Brom v QPR (2000 GMT)

    West Brom: Myhill, Jones, McAuley, Tamas, Popov, Dorrans, Morrison, Thorne, Thomas, Lukaku, Rosenberg. Subs: Foster, Reid, Olsson, Ridgewell, El Ghanassy, Odemwingie, Dawson.

    QPR: Green, Onuoha, Hill, Ferdinand, Ben Haim, Mackie, Park, Derry, Faurlin, Bothroyd, Cisse. Subs: Murphy, Taarabt, Wright-Phillips, Ephraim, Ehmer, Hulse, Mbia.

    Referee: Martin Atkinson (W Yorkshire)

  180. 1926: 

    Luca Wetter-Sanchez on Twitter: "Butland out of Birmingham squad can really only mean one thing - transferring to another club."

  181. 1925: 

    So Michael Owen can only get on the bench tonight for Stoke. Jon Walters is in again though - you stay up front Jon, don't be tracking people back or marking at corners. Stay on the halfway line...

  182. 1924: 
    LINE-UPS- Stoke v Crystal Palace (1945 GMT)

    Stoke: Sorensen, Cameron, Shawcross, Huth, Wilkinson, Kightly, Whitehead, Nzonzi, Etherington, Walters, Crouch. Subs: Nash, Whelan, Jones, Owen, Adam, Upson, Jerome.

    Crystal Palace: Price, Ramage, Delaney, Gabbidon, Parsons, Zaha, Jedinak, Williams, Boateng, Easter, Wilbraham. Subs: Speroni, Bolasie, Murray, Moxey, Moritz, Wynter, Taylor.

    Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)

  183. 1924: 

    Paul Thompson on Twitter: "Really fancy Bournemouth to win tonight! 2 leagues separate them but Howe's unbeaten return has cup upset written all over it."

  184. 1924: 
    LINE-UPS- MK Dons v Sheffield Wednesday (1945 GMT)

    Milton Keynes Dons: Martin, Otsemobor, MacKenzie, Kay, Lewington, Powell, Smith, Potter, Williams, Bowditch, Lowe. Subs: Doumbe, Chicksen, Harley, Ali, Rasulo, Ismail.

    Sheff Wed: Bywater, Buxton, Llera, Taylor, Mattock, Lee, Semedo, Corry, Pecnik, Madine, Jermaine Johnson. Subs: Davies, Antonio, O'Grady, Mayor, Sidibe, Jones, Coke.

    Referee: Lee Collins (Surrey)

  185. 1922: 
    LINE-UPS- Bournemouth v Wigan (1945 GMT)

    Bournemouth: Jalal, Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels, Hughes, McQuoid, O'Kane, Arter, Grabban, Thomas. Subs: James, Partington, Pugh, Fogden, Tubbs, McDermott, Pitman.

    Wigan: Pollitt, Stam, Boyce, Golobart, Figueroa, Fyvie, Gomez, Espinoza, McManaman, Boselli, Henriquez. Subs: Al Habsi, McArthur, Mustoe, Redmond, Dicko, Buxton, Campabadal.

    Referee: Jon Moss (W Yorkshire)

  186. 1922: 
    LINE-UPS- Leyton Orient v Hull (1945 GMT)

    Leyton Orient: Jones, Odubajo, Chorley, Baudry, Sawyer, Jimmy Smith, Rowlands, James, Cook, Cox, Mooney. Subs: Allsop, McSweeney, Cuthbert, Symes, Lobjoit, Lee.

    Hull: Jakupovic, Chester, Bruce, McShane, Rosenior, Cairney, Evans, Quinn, Dawson, Simpson, Proschwitz. Subs: Cracknell, Hobbs, Stewart, Olofinjana, Cullen, Faye, Wilson.

    Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)

  187. 1920: 

    Guy. Fulham fan on text: "Fifty of us just arrived in Blackpool on the coach. Nice walk along the seafront then Blackpool v Fulham - COYW!!!"

  188. 1919: 

    Away from the FA Cup, today's big news has seen Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany have his red card at Arsenal overturned by the FA.

    Boost for City and Kompany then, but brace yourself for plenty more appeals...

  189. 1918: 
    West Brom v QPR (2000 GMT)

    West Brom start with Romelu Lukaku up front, as QPR targets Peter Odemwingie and Jonas Olsson are kept among the substitutes. QPR boss Harry Redknapp brings in Jay Bothroyd and Djibril Cisse in attack. Tal Ben Haim joins the defence.

  190. 1917: 
    Bournemouth v Wigan (1945 GMT)

    Bournemouth make three changes from the side that drew 1-1 with Swindon at the weekend, with one of these seeing Shwan Jalal replacing former England and Liverpool goalkeeper David James as boss Eddie Howe continues his policy of leaving out the 42-year-old for cup competitions.

    For Wigan, on-loan Manchester United striker Angelo Henriquez and January signing Roger Espinoza are given their first starts as manager Roberto Martinez makes nine changes from the side that drew 1-1 with Fulham on Saturday.

  191. 1914: 
    LINE-UPS- Brentford v Southend (1945 GMT)

    Brentford: Moore, Hodson, Craig, Dean, Bidwell, Diagouraga, Douglas, Forshaw, Donaldson, Hayes, Forrester. Subs: Gounet, Barron, Saunders, Trotta, Logan, Reeves, Pierre.

    Southend: Paul Smith, Clohessy, Cresswell, Phillips, Barker, Hurst, Timlin, Prosser, Straker, Corr, Tomlin. Subs: Bentley, Harris, Martin, Leonard, Benyon, Woodyard.

    Referee: Darren Drysdale (Lincolnshire)

  192. 1913: 
    LINE-UPS- Sunderland v Bolton (1945 GMT)

    Sunderland: Mignolet, Bardsley, Kilgallon, Bramble, Colback, Johnson, Vaughan, Gardner, McClean, Sessegnon, Wickham. Subs: Westwood, Cattermole, Larsson, Campbell, McFadden, Saha.

    Bolton: Lonergan, Mears, Knight, Ricketts, Alonso, Vela, Spearing, Afobe, Pratley, Eagles, Sordell. Subs: Bogdan, Ream, Ngog, Kevin Davies, Holden, Lee, Odelusi.

    Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire)

  193. 1913: 

    That's Steve Thompson for you. Classic Thommo.

  194. 1913: 
    Blackpool v Fulham (2000 GMT)

    I didn't think Dimitar Berbatov would need a rest, he's hardly known for his lung-busting runs, but he has got one this evening from Fulham boss Martin Jol.

    Does that open the door further for Blackpool to book a fourth-round tie against West Ham or Manchester United?

    Caretaker manager Steve Thompson hopes so. Thompson is currently in charge after Michael Appleton's brief tenure, and he has already got manager speak nailed.

    "I work on those training pitches for as long as they want to do but I'm not their mate. I go out there to coach and to make them better players," he said.

    "That's Steve Thompson. Whatever happens, I'll give this club my best shot whatever role I'm in."

  195. 1911: 

    Dave, Bolton fan on text: "I also want to wish Stu Holden all the best for tonight, boy have we missed him."

    James from London on text: "Not going to a game tonight, but if we beat Southend, I will most certainly be going to watch the mighty bees play Chelski. That west London derby hasn't been played in donkeys years!"

  196. 1909: 
    West Brom v QPR (2000 GMT)

    Harry Redknapp won the FA Cup back in 2008. Can the QPR boss stave off relegation and win the trophy again?

    He'll have to see off West Brom first. Quite how the Baggies lost at Reading at the weekend remains a mystery to me, they battered the Royals for 82 minutes and then self destructed in spectacular style. They need some Iain Dowie-style bouncebackability now.

    One man who won't be at the Hawthorns is linesman John Brooks. He put linos in the spotlight as reasonable, humorous and sound guys with his comments to Manchester City's players at the weekend - so he's been dropped. Obviously.

    The pressure to think of more gags for tonight must have been too much.

  197. 1907: 

    Any team across the land would be happy to have one sight of a Wembley appearance - but League Two promotion-chasers Bradford City have a twin target. Of course, they are just 90 minutes from reaching the League Cup final but will also move a step closer to the Johnstone's Paint Trophy showpiece if they beat Crewe tonight. Phil Parkinson's men are again the underdogs as they travel to their League One hosts for the northern area semi-final. Coventry await the winners in next month's two-legged regional final.

    Tonight's only Football League match sees League Two rivals Torquay and Exeter battle for local pride in a Devon derby. Exeter are bidding for a club-record 10th away win of the season to consolidate third position, while 16th-placed Torquay have failed to win since 1 December. But since when has the form book mattered in derbies?

  198. 1906: 
    Bournemouth v Wigan (1945 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at Dean Court on Twitter: "Arrived at Dean Court, pitch looks in fine condition. It's a sell out and real air of optimism here. Looking forward to this one.

    "Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe uses programme notes to pay tribute to Wigan boss Roberto Martinez. "He is a manager who sticks to footballing principles".

    "Wigan players first out on pitch inspecting turf at Dean Court. Few chuckles as they point at patches of mud."

    Listen to commentary of Bournemouth v Wigan on BBC Radio 5 live at 1945 GMT.

  199. 1906: 
    LINE-UPS- Birmingham v Leeds (1945 GMT)

    Birmingham: Doyle, Caddis, Caldwell, Davies, Robinson, Burke, Morrison, Gomis, Elliott, Redmond, King. Subs: Townsend, Ibanez, Lovenkrands, Zigic, Hancox, Hales, Higgins.

    Leeds: Ashdown, Byram, Peltier, Lees, Drury, Green, Austin, Brown, Varney, Diouf, McCormack. Subs: Kenny, Pearce, White, Tate, Norris, Somma, Hall.

    Referee: Andy Woolmer (Northamptonshire)

  200. 1904: 

    There's been plenty of managerial merry-go-round activity in the Championship since Christmas, with Nottingham Forest, Wolves, Bristol City, Blackburn, Barnsley and Blackpool all doing business. Sean O'Driscoll - now at Bristol City - was pretty much linked with all of those jobs, but Blackpool are the latest to make a move.

    It is being banded about that they want Karl Robinson from MK Dons as their new boss. With the Seasiders and the Dons both in action this evening we should get some tasty post-match quotes for you...

  201. 1901: 
    Bournemouth v Wigan (1945 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan reports: "League One Bournemouth meet Premier League Wigan in a game that could well be a fixture in the Championship next season if current form is anything to go by. But this is the FA Cup and form goes out of the window as the pair look to secure a fourth-round trip to Macclesfield.

    "It's a sell out at Dean Court with a real sense of optimism in the air and why shouldn't the home fans be confident? The Cherries are unbeaten in 18 games and one match away from setting a club record."

  202. 1857: 
    Sunderland v Bolton (1945 GMT)

    Bolton's USA international midfielder Stuart Holden is in line for only his second appearance since suffering a serious knee injury in March 2011. He returned to action in November the same year before cartilage damage was discovered but he is named on the bench for the match at the Stadium of Light. Good luck to you Stuart.

  203. 1856: 

    Brentford midfielder Toumani Diagouraga on Twitter: "Morning people let's make this day a day to remember!!"

  204. 1856: 
    Birmingham v Leeds (1945 GMT)

    The transfer window means that conspiracy theorists will be having a field day this evening. Are players absent from tonight's games injured, ill, or on their way out?

    Birmingham goalkeeper Jack Butland and Leeds striker Luciano Becchio both miss out tonight. Are they on their way out? Time will tell...

  205. 1853: 

    I particularly want to hear from you if you are on your way to a game tonight. FA Cup magic - let's hear it.

  206. 1853: 

    So get your Cupset radars out, set to 'midweek', add in the bitter weather, and let me know your thoughts.

    Will Wigan crash out against the Cherries? Who will book a home tie against Chelsea? Just how cold is it going to be in Stoke this evening? Fire away.

    You can text us on 81111 (UK Only), or Tweet in using the hashtag #bbcfootball.

  207. 1851: 

    You may want to re-familiarise yourselves with the fourth-round draw before we get rolling.

    There are eight ties to be resolved over the next two nights, and the hint of a Cupset or two hangs heavily in the wintry air...

  208. 1848: 

    A right busy evening on offer for everyone then. With plum ties against the likes of Spurs, Manchester City and Macclesfield at stake, we should have plenty of drama on our hands.

    A full list of tonight's action:

    Stoke v Crystal Palace (1945 GMT)

    Sunderland v Bolton (1945 GMT)

    Bournemouth v Wigan (1945 GMT)

    Birmingham v Leeds United (1945 GMT)

    Leyton Orient v Hull City (1945 GMT)

    MK Dons v Sheffield Wed (1945 GMT)

    Brentford v Southend (1945 GMT)

    Blackpool v Fulham (2000 GMT)

    West Brom v QPR (2000 GMT)

  209. 1845: 

    In 12 days' time, FA Cup holders Chelsea will take on lower-league opposition in the fourth round.

    The date is set. The time is set. But will Rafael Benitez's boys be rocking up at Roots Hall, or gearing up for a game at Griffin Park?

    Brentford or Southend will host the holders, and it all comes down to tonight's third-round replay in London.

    It's one of nine ties that need sorting one way or another this evening. Whisper it quietly, but we could even have penalties. Hold on to your hats...

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