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Summary

  1. West Ham win 9-8 on penalties
  2. Fulham beat Wolves on penalties
  3. Result: Chesterfield 2-0 Scunthorpe
  4. Result: Bristol City 2-0 Doncaster

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    It's been thrilling, it's been exhilarating and it's been a pleasure. It's time for me to go and lie in a very dark room for the remainder of the night after those penalty shootouts. Joy for West Ham, Fulham, Bristol City and Chesterfield. Heartbreak for Everton, Wolves, Doncaster and Scunthorpe. We're back for Wednesday's replays. Until then...

  2. Manager reaction

    Wolves 3-3 Fulham (Fulham win 5-3 on pens)

    Wolves manager Kenny Jackett tells BBCWM: "Fulham played well in the first half and deserved their lead but, in difficult conditions, we got ourselves in pole position and it was a cruel way to lose. It was tough for both sides out there when the snow started coming down, but it was the right decision to continue playing."

  3. Ready to do it all over again?

    And here are Wednesday's FA Cup third round replays:

    Bradford v Millwall (19:45 GMT)

    Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)

    Tottenham v Burnley (20:00 GMT)

  4. Eto'o leaving Everton?

    West Ham 2-2 Everton (West Ham win 9-8 on penalties)

    Some breaking Everton news reaching us. Manager Roberto Martinez says two clubs have expressed an interest in striker Samuel Eto'o in the last 12 hours and left him out against West Ham with a view to the player possibly leaving. "We have a great relationship with Samuel and we will see what is best for him and us over the next few days," adds Martinez.

  5. Manager reaction

    Wolves 3-3 Fulham (Fulham win 5-3 on pens)

    Fulham will meet Sunderland in the FA Cup fourth round on 24 January after a thrilling win over Wolves on penalties. Cottagers boss Kit Symons tells BBC Radio London: "What a way to win a cup tie. It had a bit of everything.

    "We had more shots in that first half than we've had in our three previous games, but Wolves hit back and put us under a lot of pressure in the second half. It was quite an emotional evening for the Wolves fans, who got right behind their team. And rightly so, Sir Jack Hayward is a real loss to the game after all he's done."

  6. Post update

    West Ham reach round four

    Former Everton striker Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport

    "A thrilling game won after about 75 penalties by West Ham. You can see their fourth round tie at Bristol City live on BBC One a week on Sunday."

  7. Post update

    West Ham 2-2 Everton (West Ham win 9-8 on penalties)

    Want to watch the epic end to the penalty shoot out at Upton Park? It's exciting, I promise. Just click on the highlights tab above and enjoy.

  8. Post update

    Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Samuel Cardwell: Best cup tie I've ever seen - and I'm only listening to it! Wonderful game, wonderful commentary.

    Chris Wright: Two penalty shoot-outs at Upton Park and Molineux! Who said the FA Cup was dead! Loving it!

    Pete Holidai: The FA Cup got it's mojo back tonight.

  9. Revised FA Cup fourth round draw

    Caught your breath? Here's the revised FA Cup fourth round draw with three more replays to come on Wednesday.

    Friday 23 January

    Cambridge v Man Utd

    Saturday 24 January

    Blackburn v Swansea

    Birmingham v West Brom

    Cardiff v Reading

    Chelsea v Millwall or Reading

    Derby v Chesterfield

    Man City v Middlesbrough

    Preston v Sheff Utd

    Sunderland v Fulham

    Burnley or Tottenham v Leicester

    Southampton or Ipswich v Crystal Palace

    Liverpool v Bolton

    Sunday 25 January

    Bristol City v West Ham

    Aston Villa v Bournemouth

    Brighton v Arsenal

    Monday 26 January

    Rochdale v Stoke

  10. GET INVOLVED

    Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Premier League and Championship players have been captivated by the Upton Park encounter judging by their reaction on Twitter.

    Liverpool defender Jose Enrique: What a game!! I love watching this type of game.

    Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany: That was crazy!

    Blackburn Rovers defender Shane Duffy: Gutted for the Toffees. So unlucky, Joel Robles different class.

  11. Manager reaction

    West Ham through to round four

    West Ham manager Sam Allardyce tells BT Sport: "I felt as soon as the whistle went it wasn't a PreMier League game. Both teams tried to win it. It would have been a real kick in the teeth had we lost because I think over the two games we deserved to go through. It's the fourth game in a row we've been in the lead and not finished it off. We've got to get the clean sheet ratio back in place. Why are Southampton doing well? It's because they've got 11 clean sheets this season."

  12. Manager reaction

    West Ham 2-2 Everton (West Ham win 9-8 on penalties)

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez tells BT Sport: "It is heartbreaking because we were down to 10 men for a long period but I thought we were the better side. The penalties were a bit of a lottery but I couldn't be prouder. I couldn't see West Ham scoring from open play and it had to be a dead ball situation. Unfortunately we couldn't see it through. We had the hardest role to play but the performance was magnificent."

  13. Post update

    West Ham reach round four

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "Everton could not have given any more. Full credit for Roberto Martinez and his team. The way the game was unfolding it looked like they would go away as victors. What a memorable FA Cup tie. It is the best cup competition in the world. The magic was here for everyone to see tonight."

  14. FULL-TIME

    West Ham through to round four

    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator at Upton Park

    "People ask why do we keep coming back? It is because the FA Cup throws up things like this. From the moment we arrived it did not feel like a league game and teams went for it."

  15. Player reaction

    West Ham 2-2 Everton (West Ham win 9-8 on penalties)

    West Ham goalkeeper Adrian who scored the winning spot kick tells BT Sport: "It was an unbelievable game for the fans. I feel really happy. I was relaxed when I stepped forward to take the penalty. We've got the victory and we go through to the next round. Joel Robles made some unbelievable saves, but we played well and fought until the end."

  16. FULL-TIME

    West Ham through to round four

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "An FA Cup tie that had absolutely everything. You couldn't wish for any more drama than we have seen this evening. An incredible night of drama.

    "I feels sorry for Everton, cruel on them. It has been so difficult to split these two teams."

  17. Post update

    West Ham 2-2 Everton (West Ham win 9-8 on penalties)

    Adrian is mobbed by his jubilant team-mates as Everton's crestfallen players sink to the ground. What a brilliant cup tie that will live long in the memory. West Ham will be away to Bristol City in the fourth round on 25 January.

  18. WEST HAM THROUGH TO FOURTH ROUND

    West Ham win 9-8 on penalties

  19. GOAL

    West Ham 9-8 Everton - Adrian

    All over. Adrian converts and West Ham are through.

    Adrian scores for West Ham
  20. HITS THE BAR!

    West Ham 8-8 Everton - Joel Robles

    Everton keeper Joel Robles takes a long run up....and misses. Hits the underside of the bar and rolls out.

  21. GOAL

    West Ham 8-8 Everton - Carl Jenkinson

    Powerful finish and almost takes the net out.

  22. GOAL

    West Ham 7-8 Everton - Seamus Coleman

    Another terrific penalty. Sends the keeper the wrong way. This could go into Wednesday...

  23. GOAL

    West Ham 7-7 Everton - Morgan Amalfitano

    Composed finish from the West Ham substitute despite Joel Roble' best efforts to put him off.

  24. GOAL

    West Ham 6-7 Everton - Phil Jagielka

    Keeping up with this? Phil Jagielka keeps his cool to drill home.

  25. GOAL

    West Ham 6-6 Everton - Enner Valencia

    Textbook stuff from Enner Valencia.

  26. GOAL

    West Ham 5-6 Everton - John Stones

    Adrian will be disappointed he didn't save this. He gets a hand to it but can't prevent it rolling in.

  27. GOAL

    West Ham 5-5 Everton - Carlton Cole

    Decent. Cole holds his nerve.

  28. GOAL

    West Ham 4-5 Everton - Gareth Barry

    Gareth Barry shows nerves of steel to score.

  29. SAVED!

    West Ham 4-4 Everton - Stewart Downing

    Unbelievable. Joel Robles dives the right way to make a fine save. Everton are back in this.

    Joel Robles saves a penalty from Stewart Downing
  30. GOAL

    West Ham 4-4 Everton - Bryan Oviedo

    Down the middle seems to be the craze. In it goes.

  31. FULHAM WIN

    Wolves 3-3 Fulham (pens 3-5)

    Hugo Rodallega scores the crucial penalty to send Fulham through to round four, where they will visit Sunderland. Matt Doherty missed Wolves' second kick, and the home side never recovered.

  32. GOAL

    West Ham 4-3 Everton - Aaron Cresswell

    Down the middle. And West Ham are on the brink.

  33. GOAL

    West Ham 3-3 Everton - Leighton Baines

    Adrian just about gets a finger on the ball it's too powerful.

  34. GOAL

    West Ham 3-2 Everton - Andy Carroll

    Sends Joel Robles the wrong way. Powerful finish.

  35. GOAL

    West Ham 2-2 Everton - Romelu Lukaku

    That's cool. Waited for the keeper to move first and rolled the ball the other way.

  36. PENALTY SHOOT-OUT - MISS

    Wolves 1-2 Fulham

    Wolves full-back Matt Doherty with the first failure at Molineux. Fulham have the advantage after two kicks each.

  37. GOAL

    West Ham 2-1 Everton - Kevin Nolan

    Advantage West Ham. Kevin Nolan punches the air as he sends the keeper the wrong way. Scruffy but effective!

  38. SAVED!

    West Ham 1-1 Everton - Steven Naismith

    Stunning one-handed stop.

    Adrian saves
  39. GOAL

    West Ham 1-1 Everton - Mark Noble

    It's not the greatest of kicks but Mark Noble sends Joel Robles the wrong way.

  40. GOAL

    West Ham 0-1 Everton - Kevin Mirallas

    Right down the middle.

  41. FULL-TIME

    Chesterfield 2-0 Scunthorpe

    Chesterfield will travel just 28 miles to Derby County in round four after Sam Clucas nets twice in extra time to see off Scunthorpe who lose for the first time since October.

  42. PENALTY SHOOT-OUT

    West Ham 2-2 Everton

    Here goes. Everton to have the first kick. Kevin Mirallas steps forward.

  43. Post update

    West Ham 2-2 Everton

    Four goals, penalties not given, one man sent off and team-mates having to be pulled apart. This cup tie has had it all. And now we have a penalty shootout. The FA Cup...what drama.

    West Ham get ready for the penalty shoot-out
  44. FULL-TIME EXTRA TIME

    Wolves 3-3 Fulham

    And it's penalties at Molineux too. Drama to the last in the FA Cup this evening.

  45. FULL-TIME EXTRA TIME

    West Ham 2-2 Everton

    Two hundred and ten minutes and still all square. We're going to penalties. Catch your breath. This isn't over.

  46. GOAL

    Wolves 3-3 Fulham - Ross McCormack pen (120 mins)

    And McCormack scores! Incredible drama - a successful penalty that surely means a penalty shootout.

  47. Post update

    West Ham 2-2 Everton

    What on earth were Mark Noble and James Tomkins playing at? Play continues and Carlton Cole stabs another chance wide.

    Mark Noble and James Tomkins
  48. PENALTY TO FULHAM

    Wolves 3-2 Fulham

    Handball! Penalty to Fulham in the last minute! Ross McCormack to take...

  49. GREAT SAVE!

    West Ham 2-2 Everton

    Not for the first time, Joel Robles produces a fine save to keep out Morgan Amalfitano. Then extraordinary scenes. West Ham team-mates Mark Noble and James Tomkins have to be pulled apart by Kevin Nolan.

  50. GOAL

    Chesterfield 2-0 Scunthorpe - Sam Clucas (116 mins)

    Chesterfield are heading for a tie with Derby County as Sam Clucas curls his second of the game.

    It is an absolute beauty.

  51. Post update

    West Ham 2-2 Everton

    Romelu Lukaku latches on to the ball before running at the Hammers defence. He goes past one man. And another. He lines up a shot. Just wide...

    Romelu Lukaku looks on dejected
  52. Post update

    West Ham 2-2 Everton

    This has been terrific entertainment. There's three minutes of extra time remaining and still we don't know who is going through. Get ready for penalties.

  53. CLOSE!

    West Ham 2-2 Everton

    It's all West Ham. Everton's 10 men are defending for their lives. Another corner. Andy Carroll leaps high above the Toffees defence but can't steer his header on target.

  54. Post update

    West Ham 2-2 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "A deep corner to the far post and it's knocked back down into the six-yard box. It hits Carlton Cole on the shin and is in the back of the net. Everton's valiant defensive display has been breached. What a cup tie."

  55. GOAL

    West Ham 2-2 Everton - Carlton Cole (113 mins)

    You couldn't make this up. One minute and 40 seconds after coming on as a sub, Carlton Cole stabs West Ham level after James Tomkins heads a corner into his path. What a cracking tie.

    Carlton Cole scores for West Ham
  56. Post update

    As it stands, Wolves are minutes away from a fourth-round tie at Sunderland, Everton are heading to Bristol City and it looks like Chesterfield will be making the short journey to Derby.

  57. SUBSTITUTION

    West Ham are in serious trouble. So who are they going to call? Here comes Carlton Cole.

  58. GOAL

    Wolves 3-2 Fulham - Dave Edwards (109 mins)

    A terrific cup tie has yet another twist. Danny Batth strides forward from halfway and crosses the ball in for Dave Edwards - brought on as a half-time substitute - to finish at the near post for his second goal. Will it be enough?

  59. Post update

    West Ham 1-2 Everton

    Free kick to Everton on the edge of the West Ham area. It looks a penalty as Kevin Mirallas, who has been outstanding, knocks the ball past James Tomkins and falls over inside the box but referee Neil Swarbrick is not interested. A huge call.

  60. KICK-OFF

    Wolves 2-2 Fulham

    Back under way at Molineux too. What drama remains here?

  61. KICK-OFF

    West Ham 1-2 Everton

    We're into the second period of extra time at Upton Park.

  62. HALF-TIME EXTRA TIME

    Wolves 2-2 Fulham

    It's an absolute blizzard in the Black Country as this thrilling cup tie reaches half-time in extra time. If we had much more than 15 minutes to play, there may be a few questions about the tie finishing. Has a game ever been abandoned during a penalty shootout?

  63. GOAL

    Chesterfield 1-0 Scunthorpe - Sam Clucas

    Finally Chesterfield break the deadlock on the stroke of half time in extra time.

    Sam Clucas is the man in the right place at the right time to turn in a low cross and a meeting with Derby County moves closer.

  64. HALF-TIME EXTRA TIME

    West Ham 1-2 Everton

    Extraordinary. Ten-man Everton are 15 minutes away from a superb FA Cup win.

  65. CLOSE!

    Wolves 2-2 Fulham

    The chances keep coming at Molineux and now it is snowing! It's Kevin McDonald's turn to go close for Wolves with a 25-yard curler that keeper Marcus Bettinelli does well to keep out.

  66. Post update

    West Ham 1-2 Everton

    There's 3,000 Everton fans at Upton Park. The last train back to Liverpool is leaving soon. None seem to care. The Toffees are heading into the fourth round unless West Ham can respond.

  67. Can I play you every week?

    West Ham 1-2 Everton

    Romelu Lukaku
  68. Post update

    West Ham 1-2 Everton

    We've just seen the good and the bad from Romelu Lukaku. He had missed a sitter moments before firing Everton ahead after clever work by Seamus Coleman. Everton are running themselves into the ground.

  69. Post update

    West Ham 1-2 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "It was coming. The main man instrumental in everything that's happened to get Everton back in this position was Mirallas. He reversed back around, went between two players, fired across the box and this time Lukaku could not miss it. He squirmed it in. Everton lead and deserve to."

  70. CLOSE!

    Wolves 2-2 Fulham

    Almost a hat-trick for Cauley Woodrow, but the Fulham striker shoots into the side netting. Agonising for the visitors.

  71. GOAL

    West Ham 1-2 Everton - Romelu Lukaku (97 mins)

    Ten-man Everton are ahead! Kevin Mirallas runs rings round the West Ham defence before sending in a low ball for Romelu Lukaku to poke home from point blank range. It's a terrific comeback by the Toffees.

    Romelu Lukaku scores for Everton against West Ham
  72. Post update

    Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany is staying up late it seems...

    Vincent Kpmpany Twitter
  73. KICK-OFF - EXTRA TIME

    Wolves 2-2 Fulham

    Game on again at Molineux.

  74. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Mark Noble curls a low shot from the left Everton keeper Joel that Robles spills, but Morgan Amalfitano is flagged offside as he follows up.

  75. GET INVOLVED

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Steve in Swindon: This match at Upton Park is easily the best I've seen as a neutral all season. Bring on extra time!

    Ian in Cardiff: Football - Seriously, what is going to take for the ref to card Carroll? He's attacking players not the ball every time! Shocking.

  76. Post update

    So after 90 minutes of action in four FA Cup replays, the only conclusive outcome is Bristol City will be hosting West Ham or Everton in the fourth round.

  77. FULL-TIME

    Wolves 2-2 Fulham

    And extra time at Molineux as well. We could be in for a long night...

  78. EXTRA TIME

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Back under way at Upton Park. Who wants this more?

  79. EXTRA TIME

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "Everton were given that lifeline. Defensively they were valiant in the last 10 minutes and deserve to take this to extra time. Everton have belief now, they have something to cling on to even if it goes to penalties. That looked unlikely when McGeady was sent off."

  80. FULL-TIME

    Bristol City 2-0 Doncaster

    Bristol City are through to face either West Ham or Everton - and the chance to play in front of the BBC cameras.

  81. FULL-TIME

    Chesterfield 0-0 Scunthorpe

    Extra time in the all-League One tie.

  82. Post update

    Wolves 2-2 Fulham

    Four minutes of added time at Molineux...

  83. FULL-TIME

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Extra time here we come.

  84. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Sam Allardyce is looking at his watch. It looks like another 30 minutes at Upton Park. No-one is complaining. It's been a pulsating tie.

  85. CLOSE!

    Wolves 2-2 Fulham

    Both sides pushing for a winner in a terrific finish to the 90 minutes at Molineux. First Fulham substitute Hugo Rodallega's shot is blocked by home full-back Dominic Iorfa, then Dave Edwards curls a shot just wide at the other end. A proper cup tie, this one.

  86. GREAT SAVE!

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "West Ham have done everything they possibly could to score but Everton have stayed firm. Two brilliant blocks and a great save. Time now to take a deep breath for them and on the balance of play I believe they at least deserve to get to extra time. The goalkeeper has had a brilliant second half in particular."

  87. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Four minutes of added time. It's now or extra-time.

  88. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Another huge chance for West Ham but Joel Robles uses his finger-tips to deny Kevin Nolan. Brilliant save.

  89. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    West Ham want a penalty. Enner Valencia's cross strikes the arm of John Stones, who is right on the edge of the Toffees area. The referee awards a free-kick and Valencia goes close with a header. This is a thriller.

  90. FIVE MINUTES REMAINING

    Twists and turns everywhere. As it stands, we're heading into extra time in three of tonight's four FA Cup replays.

  91. GOAL

    Bristol City 2-0 Doncaster - Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (79 mins)

    Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has been Bristol City's star man tonight, and has surely secured them a fourth-round home tie against West Ham or Everton a week on Sunday. With Doncaster pushing forward in search of an equaliser, Emmanuel-Thomas runs half the length of the field on the break to finish in style.

    Jay Emmanuel-Thomas
  92. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "Amazing isn't it? At one end Collins had a header brilliantly saved and when the free-kick comes, Mirallas, his clear intention was to whip that ball around the wall and he easily beats the keeper. It is flat and fast and the goalkeeper cannot get across."

    Kevin Mirallas
  93. GOAL

    West Ham 1-1 Everton - Kevin Mirallas (82 mins)

    That's a stunning free-kick! Substitute Kevin Mirallas sends 3,000 travelling Everton fans into raptures with a curling free-kick from just outside the box that leaves Adrian clutching at fresh air. All to play for.

    Kevin Mirallas scores for Everton
    Kevin Mirallas celebrates after scoring Everton's equaliser
  94. CLOSE!

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "Is that the chance to keep Everton in the FA Cup? Mirallas looks like he's scored and there is the man on the line."

  95. Post update

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Take a bow James Tomkins. Romelu Lukaku charges the ball down and crosses for Kevin Mirallas who must score from six yards but Tomkins makes a dramatic clearance.

  96. GOAL

    Wolves 2-2 Fulham - Cauley Woodrow (76 mins)

    What a game!

    They were winning, five minutes later they were losing, and now Fulham are level again. Wolves keeper Carl Ikeme spills the ball on his goalline and Cauley Woodrow is on hand to poke in from two yards.

    Extra time?

  97. CLOSE!

    Chesterfield 0-0 Scunthorpe

    Chesterfield waste another opportunity. Sam Morsy is picked out by Gary Roberts but he is confused about whether he should shoot or cross, eventually pulling the ball back and it is cleared.

  98. GOAL

    Wolves 2-1 Fulham - Rajiv van La Parra (73 mins)

    What a turnaround this is at Molineux. Kevin McDonald feeds the ball through to Rajiv van La Parra, and the Dutchman lofts a delicate finish over Fulham's keeper Marcus Bettinelli. Wolves have been building the pressure since the break, and it's no more than they deserve.

    Rajiv van La Parra scores fro Wolves
  99. Post update

    Wolves 1-1 Fulham

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at Molineux: "The atmosphere is much changed on an emotional night inside a wintry Molineux. Lifted by their fans, and by the double substitution of Dicko and Edwards, Wolves have raised their game and deserve to be level."

  100. FIFTEEN MINUTES REMAINING

    As it stands, we're heading for extra time at Wolves and Chesterfield. West Ham are heading for Bristol City in the fourth round.

  101. YELLOW CARD

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Hammers substitute Kevin Nolan catches Phil Jagielka late as the Everton defender clears and is shown a yellow card. This is bruising stuff.

  102. GOAL

    Wolves 1-1 Fulham - Dave Edwards (71 mins)

    That Wolves equaliser has been coming. Full-back Dominic Iorfa gets to the dead-ball line and crosses low for half-time substitute Dave Edwards to slide a shot past Marcus Bettinelli.

    Nouha Dicko had slammed an effort against the crossbar moments before that - and it was beginning to look as if the home side's second-half pressure would go unrewarded. Now they can think about victory.

    Dave Edwards scores for Wolves
  103. CLOSE!

    Wolves 0-1 Fulham

    Wolves are making much more of a fight of this in the second half, and they could easily be level. Matt Doherty has just headed against the post from a corner, with a follow-up effort then cleared off the line. Nouha Dicko has definitely made a difference for the home side since coming on at the break, having seen a shot blocked seconds before Doherty was denied.

  104. Post update

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Andy Carroll is in the wars as he crumbles to the ground while challenging Toffees defender John Stones and keeper Joel Robles for a high ball. Duncan Ferguson, watching from the Everton bench, will have admired the West Ham striker's bravery. Another impressive performance by Carroll.

    Andy Carroll is challenges by Joe Robles
  105. Worth the wait?

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Enner Valencia
  106. Post update

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    West Ham are trying to wrap this up early. Enner Valnecia's through ball to Andy Carroll is only just cut out before Aaron Cresswell goes close with a low drive. Everton's 10 men are firmly on the back foot.

  107. Watch West Ham's goal

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Just a reminder that you can watch Enner Valencia's goal for West Ham now by using the highlights tab at the top of the page.

    Enner Valencia scores for West Ham
  108. SUBSTITUTION

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Everton boss Roberto Martinez needs a goal. He's sending on Kevin Mirallas and Bryan Oviedo. Ross Barkley one of those coming off. West Ham are looking comfortable.

  109. GET INVOLVED

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Paul Collins: It's good to see Big Sam having some success. He's got West Ham playing good stuff in the first year he has been allowed to spend some cash.

    Aidan Williams: West Ham will be happy with this, if they do win it is the expected result, a big compliment considering Everton last season.

  110. Post update

    As it stands, Bristol City will host West Ham in the fourth round while Fulham will be travelling to Sunderland. It's still goalless between Chesterfield and Scunthorpe. Still time for more twists and turns.

  111. RED CARD

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "What a crazy challenge. Mark Noble is coming across, Aiden McGeady slides in, late, leaves his right leg high and he clips Noble. His momentum takes him through and it is without a doubt a second yellow card. All of a sudden this game is sliding away from Everton."

  112. Post update

    Bristol City 1-0 Doncaster

    A lucky escape for Doncaster's inexperienced 21-year-old keeper Marko Marosi. The Slovakia Under-21 international, a former Burnley College student, hits a clearance straight against Matt Smith's back, but the ball drifts wide. The striker follows that up by nodding wide from the impressive Jay Emmanuel-Thomas's cross. It may be tempting fate to say so, but at the moment, this tie is only going one way.

  113. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Fulham

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at Molineux: "The snow is really falling heavily here now. The home fans on the South Bank have warmed up a bit though, having broken into a loud, uplifting rendition of Jack Hayward's Barmy Army."

  114. RED CARD FOR EVERTON

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    It goes from bad to worse for Everton. Aiden McGeady, on a yellow from the first half, sends Mark Noble tumbling and is sent off. The Toffees will finish with 10 men.

    Aiden McGeady is sent off for a second bookable offence
  115. Post update

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Everton have now conceded in their last 11 matches. They haven't gone out of the FA Cup at the third round stage since 2007. They're got work ahead of them if they are to stretch that record.

    Everton goal keeper Joel Robles
  116. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Fulham

    Wolves have made two changes at the break in a bid to improve on a poor first-half display. Dave Edwards has replaced James Henry in midfield, while Nouha Dicko has come on in attack for Liam McAlinden - who probably had the home side's best chance in the opening 45 minutes.

    Dicko makes a quick impact, striking the side netting from a tight angle after working the ball on to his left foot.

  117. Post update

    West Ham 1-0 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "Everton had the chance at one end and I said West Ham's best chance was on the counter attack. They swiftly come down the field and Carroll gets a turn, no pressure, weights a perfect pass to Valencia, it really is a nice team goal. Valencia's first touch is good, his second better and he rolls it into give West Ham the lead.

    "John Stones has to be dealing with that situation and he will be disappointed he did not get a block on Valencia's shot."

    Enner Valencia scores for West Ham
  118. GOAL

    West Ham 1-0 Everton - Enner Valencia (51 mins)

    First blood to West Ham. Andy Carroll rolls the ball into the path of Enner Valencia inside the Everton box but the West Ham man still has an awful lot of work to do. Despite the attentions of John Stones, Valencia makes space for himself before beating Joel Robles with an angled finish. Sweet.

    Enner Valencia celebrates his goal for West Ham
  119. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Corner to West Ham. Andy Carroll heads the ball down into the path of James Collins but he blazes over from eight yards.

  120. Jay Emmanuel-Thomas - a Youth Cup hero

    Bristol City 1-0 Doncaster

    Jay Emmanuel-Thomas

    Bristol City scorer Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has had cup success before - he scored in every round for Arsenal when they won the FA Youth Cup in 2009, beating Liverpool 6-2 on aggregate in the final.

  121. Post update

    We're back under way in our FA Cup replays. Forty five minutes to secure a place in the fourth round without having to resort to extra time and penalties.

  122. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    The bubble machine is in full flow at Upton Park. It can only mean one thing - the second half is about to get under way.

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  124. Tributes to Sir Jack Hayward

    Wolves 0-1 Fulham

    Sir Jack Hayward Way

    A fan's scarf tribute to former Wolves owner Sir Jack Hayward, who has died aged 91, at the road outside Molineux which bears his name.

    Wolves
  125. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "What an enjoyable cup tie. I like the intent from Everton. Right from the beginning they were positive and Roberto Martinez will go in very happy. Sam Allardyce will want more from West Ham, they have been a bit lacklustre in the final third and need to supply Andy Carroll with more ammunition.

    "Romelu Lukaku looks up for the game but Carroll has shown his frustration on one or two occasions when West Ham haven't made the most of a good situation."

  126. HALF-TIME

    Bristol City 1-0 Doncaster

    Bristol City are 45 minutes away from hosting Everton or West Ham in the fourth round.

  127. CLOSE!

    Bristol City 1-0 Doncaster

    They're still playing at Ashton Gate. Doncaster have been second best, but almost snatch an equaliser right on half-time. James Coppinger cuts in from the left to shoot and beats keeper Frank Fielding, but Mark Little gets back to clear off the line.

  128. HALF-TIME

    Wolves 0-1 Fulham

    Four-time FA Cup winners Wolves trail on an emotional night at Molineux.

  129. HALF-TIME

    Chesterfield 0-0 Scunthorpe

    The winners of this all-League One tie face Derby away in the fourth round. Deadlocked.

  130. HALF-TIME

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    One hundred and thirty five minutes. And still these two teams cannot be separated.

    Romelu Lukaku looks dejected at half-time
  131. CLOSE!

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "Steven Naismith takes a chest control and rolls it into the 18-yard box and it looked like Aiden McGeady would get a toe to finish it off as West Ham were really scrambling."

    It might be goalless but it's entertaining at Upton Park.

  132. CLOSE!

    Wolves 0-1 Fulham

    Fulham should be two up at Molineux. Moussa Dembele latches on to Ross McCormack's through pass, rounds keeper Carl Ikeme but misses from five yards. Dembele will be hoping that one doesn't come back to haunt him.

  133. Post update

    Roy Hodgson at West Ham, Steve McClaren at Chesterfield...England managers past and present are out in force at tonight's FA Cup replays.

  134. YELLOW CARD

    Chesterfield 0-0 Scunthorpe

    Scunthorpe's Eddie Nolan is yellow carded for a heavy tackle on Gary Roberts. Chesterfield have made use of their home advantage to make a fast start but have not found the net and Derby County are still none the wiser as to who they will meet in round four. Incidentally, their manager Steve McClaren is in the stands watching.

  135. YELLOW CARD

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Having let so much go, Neil Swarbrick's patience finally snaps and the referee reaches for his pocket to book Aiden McGeady for hacking down Matt Jarvis. The Everton man isn't even complaining.

    Aiden McGeady tackles Matt Jarvis
  136. GOAL

    Bristol City 1-0 Doncaster - Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (36 mins)

    Bristol City have been pushing for a goal in hammering rain at Ashton Gate, and now they have one. Aden Flint's header from a Marlon Pack corner was beaten out by keeper Marko Marosi, but Jay Emmanuel-Thomas nodded in the rebound from close range.

    A little bit of redemption in the assist for Flint, who had headed over when unmarked from a Pack corner moments earlier.

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  138. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Fulham

    Cauley Woodrow's header has ended a Fulham goal drought stretching over 387 minutes of football. The 20-year-old was the last player to score for Kit Symons' side before tonight, netting a stoppage-time penalty in a 4-0 Championship victory over Sheffield Wednesday five days before Christmas.

    Wolves have fought back with a couple of efforts; notably Danny Batth seeing a downward header gathered by keeper Marcus Bettinelli. But it's Fulham who are heading for a fourth round date with Sunderland at the moment.

  139. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "I think Song's shot hit a fellow West Ham player - Valencia. It hit his shoulder and maybe winded him as well. The ball was cheaply given away by Naismith and immediately West Ham counter attacked. Everton are doing themselves down in the final third and not showing a level of precision."

  140. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    So close for West Ham. Another quick Hammers attack catches Everton's defence out and Alex Song looks certain to score from 12 yards but the ball cannons into team-mate Enner Valencia.

  141. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Fulham

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at Molineux: "Any hopes of a Wolves FA Cup run in honour of their former owner are suddenly on the back foot. The only noise being made now is from the small pocket of travelling Fulham fans in the lower tier of the Steve Bull Stand."

  142. GET INVOLVED

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Jamie Mills O'Brien: Aiden McGeady keeps cutting inside...onto his left foot. Needs to switch wings.

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  143. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Stewart Downing is teasing and probing outside the Everton box. He lets fly with a low right-foot shot that whistles narrowly wide of the post. How long can this stay 0-0?

  144. GOAL

    Wolves 0-1 Fulham - Cauley Woodrow (27 mins)

    The first goal of the night - and it's Fulham's first since 20 December. Cauley Woodrow rises to meet a cross from left-back Kostas Stafylidis and plants a header past a helpless Carl Ikeme in the Wolves goal.

    Fulham score against Wolverhampton Wanderers
  145. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Still deadlocked at Upton Park. It's a lively tie with both teams creating chances. West Ham's latest attempt sees Mark Noble, Alex Song and then an ambitious ball between Seamus Coleman and John Stones that Aaron Cresswell almost gets on the end of.

  146. GREAT SAVE!

    Wolves 0-0 Fulham

    Wolves have ridden the early Fulham pressure and created their first clear opening. Young forward Liam McAlinden finds space inside the penalty area as the ball breaks to him, but Marcus Bettinelli reacts quickly to make a terrific save. Warming up nicely, this one.

  147. GREAT SAVE!

    Chesterfield 0-0 Scunthorpe

    Sam Slocombe is frustrating home fans at the Proact Stadium as he produces another fine save to thwart Eoin Doyle. This time the Chesterfield attacker is played through and his shot across goal is destined for the roof of the net until the ball is spectacularly tipped over.

  148. Bristol City 0-0 Doncaster

    Lively stuff at Ashton Gate, with Doncaster's James Coppinger failing to connect with a volley from Curtis Main's cross, allowing keeper Frank Fielding to make a comfortable save. At the other end, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas' through ball puts Scott Wagstaff clear for Bristol City, but the attempted lob over advancing keeper Marko Marosi is rushed and drops wide.

  149. Post update

  150. Post update

    Wolves 0-0 Fulham

    Fulham continue to create chances at Molineux. Cauley Woodrow has hit one effort straight at keeper Carl Ikeme, Ross McCormack has blazed a shot over from 15 yards and Sean Kavanagh has cleared the crossbar with a curled effort. Kit Symons' side haven't scored since Christmas, but that run could end pretty soon at this rate.

  151. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    There's been several meaty challenges already at Upton Park but referee Neil Swarbrick appears to be in a charitable mood. Enner Valencia, for one, can count himself lucky for escaping a caution for pole-axing Everton's Gareth Barry.

  152. Post update

    Still we await the first goal of the night. Long way to go, but penalties anyone?

  153. Post update

    Chesterfield 0-0 Scunthorpe

    Chesterfield were almost off to a flyer but for a stunning Sam Slocombe save, denying Tendayi Darikwa who charged onto a cross and forced a low stop. The tie has since settled, Eoin Doyle with one other strike for the home side which was comfortably fielded.

  154. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Everton are having to defend in numbers for the first time. Andy Carroll is becoming more of a nuisance by the minute.

    West Ham striker Andy Carroll
  155. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "Valencia did well, skipped into the box, Robles pops it up in the air and Carroll is up in the air, a good chance but it comes thundering back off the upright. It was a good save from Robles because it looked like Valencia had lifted it up over him."

  156. CLOSE!

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    West Ham will wonder how they are not ahead. John Stones carelessly loses possession deep inside his own half and Enner Valencia is running at goal. He ghosts past Phil Jagielka before pulling the trigger. Joel Robles saves but the ball falls to Andy Carroll, who is in an off-side position, who heads against the outside of the post.

  157. Post update

    Wolves 0-0 Fulham

    BBC Sport's Ged Scott at Molineux: "It's a subdued mood here tonight, for obvious reasons following the announcement earlier today of the death of former Wolves owner Sir Jack Hayward.

    "The realisation that Sir Jack died on the day of a Wolves FA Cup tie is a poignant reminder of the one ambition in life that remained unfulfilled in his 17 years as Wolves owner - seeing his team in an FA Cup final at Wembley."

  158. Post update

    Wolves 0-0 Fulham

    The evening at Molineux started with an impeccably-observed minute's silence for former Wolves owner Sir Jack Hayward, who has died at the age of 91. Fulham are making the early running in the match, with Ross McCormack's long-range shot palmed away by home keeper Carl Ikeme.

  159. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Lots of one-touch passing outside the West Ham box. Steven Naismith thinks he has won Everton a corner but the referee is not interested. The Hammers are on the back foot.

    West Ham v Everton
  160. Post update

    Bristol City 0-0 Doncaster

    An early opening for League One leaders Bristol City at Ashton Gate, as Greg Cunningham gets a cross in from the left and striker Matt Smith - on loan from Fulham - heads wide. And yes, that is the same Matt Smith who scored against Liverpool and Everton in the FA Cup for Oldham two seasons ago.

  161. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "What an open game. Everton defending one second and now attacking at the other end."

  162. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    End to end at Upton Park but both teams carelessly giving the ball away in the final third.

    Enner Valencia and Seamus Coleman
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  164. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Confident start by Everton. The white-shirted visitors are pressing with Ross Barkley and Steven Naismith involved in the early exchanges. Neither side yet to get a shot away yet.

    Everton midfielder Ross Barkley
  165. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "When you hear the 'Forever Blowing Bubbles' tune belt out hear before kick-off at Upton Park, the hairs stand up on the back of your neck.

    "Looking at the stats today, there is nothing between these teams. West Ham have had the better start of that there is no doubt, but these are two very well matches sides."

  166. KICK-OFF

    We're under way in all four FA Cup third-round replays.

  167. Vote result

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    Not too much doubt who you think will win this evening, with 62.5% of voters saying West Ham will make it into the fourth round. Almost time to find out if you're right.

    Thanks for voting.

    Vote result
  168. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    The teams are out at Upton Park and what's that West Ham are wearing? The Hammers are in purple, gold and black. Apparently it's their third kit. The colour scheme seems to be based on a chocolate wrapper.

  169. Can you hear Everton sing?

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    Top effort by Everton fans. Well over 3,000 Toffees fans have made the journey to Upton Park to cheer on their side. It's not gone unnoticed.

    "We have a sold out allocation, and again we are travelling with big numbers," says boss Roberto Martinez. "We will give everything we have got."

  170. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "I think Everton are going in the right direction. The late equaliser against West Ham was so important for Roberto Martinez and what he has been preaching for this Everton side. Then they get a credible draw against Manchester City to give some confidence ahead of this replay."

  171. 'We always play well at Upton Park'

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez tells BT Sport: "Since the late equaliser in the first game we have felt a real energy from the squad and the performance against Manchester City proved that. Sometimes you get moments that turn your season and that goal may do that.

    "When you play against West Ham you know you have to be set up and prepared as they will put the ball into the box. We earned the right of a replay and we always play well at Upton Park."

  172. Toffees unstuck?

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    Everton
  173. 'Lukaku is such a big threat'

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    West Ham manager Sam Allardyce tells BT Sport: "We will try to finish the job tonight and we're only missing Winston Reid, who picked up an injury at Swansea.

    "It's easier than in the Premier League as someone has to win, we're playing at home so let's see if we can get in the opposition box and get some goals.

    "Romelu Lukaku has scored every time he has played us, even when he was on loan at West Brom he scored. He is such a big threat and a good player but the onus is on us to break them down."

  174. Look who's here

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    England manager Roy Hodgson

    West Ham United: England manager Roy Hodgson arrives at the Boleyn Ground.

  175. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park

    "I think West Ham are favourites. They are a strong, physical, powerful side and difficult to hold when they're in form. There's a belief about this West Ham support that they could have a good Cup run this year.

    "I think Sam Allardyce has had to change. There were directives from the chairman, they wanted the side to play a certain way. Everyone is enjoying themselves at Upton Park."

  176. Last FA Cup orders at Upton Park?

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    West Ham United's Upton Park ground

    Upton Park has hosted some great games under the floodlights yet tonight could be the last FA Cup tie ever staged at the famous venue. The Hammers are leaving their home for the last 111 years and moving to the Olympic Stadium for the 2016-17 campaign. Lose to Everton and the Boleyn Ground might not stage another tie in the famous competition.

  177. Goal-shy Cottagers

    Wolves v Fulham (19:45 GMT)

    Fulham

    Another game without a goal and the Cottagers can forget all about an FA Cup fourth round date at Sunderland on 24 January.

  178. TEAM NEWS

    Wolves v Fulham (19:45 GMT)

    Wolves are without cup-tied left-back Kortney Hause, so Matt Doherty steps in as one of three changes to the team that won 1-0 at Blackburn on Sunday. Forward Liam McAlinden replaces Nouha Dicko, and Wales Under-21 midfielder Lee Evans comes in for David Edwards.

    Wolves XI: Ikeme, Iorfa, Batth, Stearman, Doherty, McDonald, Price, Henry, Evans, McAlinden, van La Parra.

    Championship rivals Fulham, beaten 1-0 at Cardiff on Saturday, have gone four games without a goal, and boss Kit Symons has dropped striker Hugo Rodallega to the bench, with Moussa Dembele coming in. Sean Kavanagh replaces Ryan Tunnicliffe in midfield.

    Fulham XI: Bettinelli, Grimmer, Hutchinson, Bodurov, Stafylidis, Parker, Fofana, Kavanagh, McCormack, Woodrow, Dembele.

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  180. Freeman wants Premier League test

    Bristol City v Doncaster (19:45 GMT)

    Bristol City forward Luke Freeman says he wants to overcome Doncaster so he can test himself against Premier League opposition. The Robins will entertain Everton or West Ham in the fourth round if they can get past Doncaster.

    "Now we know what is there for us in the next round you want to go out and make sure you are through," adds the former Arsenal reserve player. "You always want to see what you're capable of and see how far you are from that level. It should give us more belief and a chance to go out there and play because we have a good opportunity to play a big side."

  181. TEAM NEWS

    Chesterfield v Scunthorpe (19:45 GMT)

    Continuity is the name of the game for Chesterfield boss Paul Cook, who makes no changes from Saturday's 3-0 win over Port Vale.

    Chesterfield: Lee, Darikwa, Hird, Raglan, Clucas, Morsy (c), Humphreys, Boco, Roberts, Doyle, Gnanduillet.

    For Scunthorpe, Eddie Nolan comes into defence as one of three changes, with Lyle Taylor and Isaiah Osbourne brought in despite a 4-1 weekend win at Walsall.

    Scunthorpe United: Slocombe, Nolan, Madden, Bishop (c), Taylor, Boyce, McSheffrey, Williams, Llera, Osbourne, Davey.

  182. Post update

    Chesterfield v Scunthorpe (19:45 GMT)

    Chesterfield v Scunthorpe
  183. Robins flies to the rescue

    Chesterfield v Scunthorpe (19:45 GMT)

    He was the first manager to leave his job this season but Mark Robins has worked wonders since taking over at Scunthorpe United. Robins started the campaign in charge of Huddersfield Town but parted company after just one game. Scunthorpe are unbeaten in 11 games going into tonight's replay at Chesterfield under Robins.

    "It's still early days," says Robins. "The players deserve enormous credit because they are working hard. They have bought into what we are trying to do and if they continue to do that, the results will continue to be good."

  184. Familiar faces

    Chesterfield v Scunthorpe (19:45 GMT)

    Don't blame the players of Chesterfield and Scunthorpe if they are getting sick of the sight of one another. This is the fourth meeting between the two clubs this season. Scunthorpe defeated their opponents 2-0 in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on 2 September before the Spireites got revenge with a 4-1 League One win 11 days later. Tonight's replay is a result of a 2-2 draw on 6 January. And whatever the outcome, they will be facing one another again in the league on 24 January.

  185. TEAM NEWS

    Bristol City v Doncaster (19:45 GMT)

    League One promotion chasers Bristol City make three changes, with wing-backs Scott Wagstaff and Greg Cunningham coming in, along with midfielder Marlon Pack, while Joe Bryan, Wade Elliott and Luke Freeman drop to the bench as manager Steve Cotterill bids to keep his squad fresh.

    Bristol City XI: Fielding, Williams, Flint, Ayling, Wagstaff, Little, K Smith, Cunningham, Pack, M Smith, Emmanuel-Thomas.

    Doncaster, 14th in League One after Saturday's 2-2 draw at Oldham, give Marko Marosi only his second start in goal after Sam Johnstone was recalled by Manchester United and sent out on loan to Preston on Monday. There are two other changes; teenager Harry Middleton replaces Kyle Bennett in midfield, and Curtis Main takes Theo Robinson's place in attack.

    Doncaster XI: Marosi, Wabara, McCullough, Butler, Stevens; Coppinger, Keegan, Wellens, Forrester, Middleton, Main.

  186. Post update

    Bristol City v Doncaster (19:45 GMT)

    Bristol City v Doncaster
  187. Dickov eyeing another surprise

    Bristol City v Doncaster (19:45 GMT)

    Doncaster boss Paul Dickov knows all about FA Cup surprises having masterminded Liverpool's exit from the competition in 2013. "I know from the Cup runs I had at Oldham how beneficial it (a cup run) is," says the former Arsenal and Manchester City forward.

    "It's massive for lots of reasons, we want to keep the run going, and I want to give the club the exposure and the players likewise."

    Doncaster will face Everton or West Ham in the fourth round if they overcome Bristol City.

  188. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    Sam Allardyce makes two changes for West Ham from the side that drew 1-1 at Swansea with Matt Jarvis and Alex Song starting. Winston Reid is injured and Hammers' club captain Kevin Nolan drops to the bench.

    West Ham XI: Adrian, Cresswell, Tomkins, Collins, Jenkinson, Song, Noble, Downing, Jarvis, Valencia, Carroll.

    Everton are unchanged from the side that drew 1-1 against Manchester City on Saturday. Striker Samuel Eto'o, linked with a move to Sampdoria, is not included in the squad.

    Everton XI: Robles, Baines, Jagielka, Stones, Coleman, Barry, Besic, Barkley, Naismith, McGeady, Lukaku.

  189. Symons fancies Sunderland upset

    Wolves v Fulham (19:45 GMT)

    Fulham manager Kit Symons

    His side might be without a goal or a win in 2015 but Fulham boss Kit Symons says his players can defeat Premier League Sunderland in the fourth round - if they get there. The Cottagers face a difficult replay at Championship rivals Wolves, but Symons adds: "We'll go into the cup game really positive. There's an away tie at Sunderland at the end of it for the winners so that's a carrot. I'd fancy that one. But we need to make sure we win this one first."

  190. Post update

    Wolves v Fulham (19:45 GMT)

    Wolves
  191. Wolves chasing Fletcher reunion

    Wolves v Fulham (19:45 GMT)

    Victory for Wolves will earn them a 24 January trip to Sunderland and put them on course for a reunion with their former striker Steven Fletcher, who they sold to the Black Cats in a deal worth up to £14m in August 2012. "We've got to beat Fulham first which is a big call but for the winners, Wolves or Fulham going to a Premier League ground would be great and I for one will be trying everything I can to get there," said Wolves boss Kenny Jackett, who steered unfancied Millwall to the semi-finals in 2013.

  192. Vote - who will win?

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    We want to know who you think will win out of West Ham and Everton?

    Vote now at the top of this page. The vote will close at 19:30 GMT, with results published here shortly after. Terms and conditions can be found here.

    Sir Jack Hayward Way
  193. Post update

    Wolves v Fulham (19:45 GMT)

    More from Wolves following news the club's former owner Sir Jack Hayward has died at the age of 91.

    Wolves: All at Wolves are deeply saddened by today's news, and tonight's game now has a somewhat different significance, but we must continue.

  194. Post update

    BBC Midweek Final Score

    Midweek Final Score is also getting under way now. You can keep up to date with all the latest goals and updates by using the 'live coverage' tab at the top of the page.

  195. Radio, radio

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Former West Ham United forward Clive Allen is co-commentator for BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park with commentary starting at 19: 45 GMT from Conor McNamara. Build-up starts at 19:00 GMT with Mark Pougatch. Click the live tab above the listen.

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra had commentary of the replay between Wolves and Fulham, with build-up starting at 19:40 GMT.

  196. BREAKING TEAM NEWS

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    Everton name the same side that started the 1-1 draw with Manchester City last Saturday. West Ham make two changes as Matt Jarvis and Alexandre Song return to the team in place of Kevin Nolan and Winston Reid.

  197. From facing expulsion to fourth round?

    Chesterfield v Scunthorpe (19:45 GMT)

    Chesterfield manager Paul Cook

    Chesterfield against Scunthorpe might not be the sexiest replay tonight but there's a terrific story brewing involving the Spireites. Having hammered Braintree in the first round 6-0, the side managed by Paul Cook (pictured) won 1-0 away to MK Dons before discovering they faced expulsion after being charged with fielding ineligible player Georg Margreitter, on loan from Wolves.

    However, the Football Association then ordered the tie to be replayed with Chesterfield going on to win 1-0 again. Defeat Scunthorpe and the League One club will be in the fourth round for the first rime since 1997 when they famously reached the semi-finals.

  198. Retro Hammers

    West Ham v Everton (19:45 GMT)

    West Ham match programme

    West Ham have gone all retro for tonight's game - recreating the front cover of their match programme from Everton's last FA Cup visit to Upton Park. That was way back in 1991 as the Hammers reached the semi-finals before losing to Nottingham Forest. Although defender Joey O'Brien is on the front cover, the design is just as it was 24 years ago. Everton will be hoping the outcome is not the same - the Toffees lost 2-1 in the sixth round back in 1991.

  199. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Molineux

    Not only was Sir Jack Hayward at the helm when Wolves were promoted to the Premier League in 2003, he was also responsible for the completion of the club's famous old Molineux home into a modernised 28,000 all-seater stadium.

    Daily Telegraph football correspondent Henry Winter has tweeted this picture of flags at half-mast outside Molineux tonight.

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  200. "Glad to have helped"

    Wolves v Fulham (19:45 GMT)

    Wolves

    Wolves: Sir Jack's message in the visitors' book posted when he visited the club museum last May.