FA CUP LIVE: Follow all the fourth round action from around the grounds as it happens
Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the FA Cup fourth round where there are nine 3pm ties including the all-Premier League clashes, Bolton v Swansea and West Brom v Norwich. Elsewhere it's Blackpool v Sheffield Wednesday, Derby v Stoke, Hull v Crawley, Leicester v Swindon, Millwall v Southampton, Sheffield United v Birmingham and Stevenage v Notts County. Email me your thoughts on the action at [email protected] or contact me on Twitter @Ripinho.
FA Cup fourth round
Blackpool 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Bolton 1-1 Swansea
Derby 0-1 Stoke
Hull 0-0 Crawley
Leicester 1-0 Swindon
Millwall 0-1 Southampton
Sheffield United 0-2 Birmingham
Stevenage 1-0 Notts County
West Brom 0-1 Norwich
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16.08: FINALLY, a cupset is on the cards! Clinton Morrison has pounced to hand Sheffield Wednesday the lead at Blackpool.
16.05: Hull make a change at the break. Aaron McClean has replaced Robbie Brady as the Tigers try to take their game up a couple of gears.
16.01: Games starting to get back underway again.
15.57: While Crawley have arguably been the better team at Hull. The only League Two side left in the competition may even fancy their chances of stealing this in the second half.
15.54: There is a couple of potential upset scores out there. Sheffield Wednesday are coping well enough at Blackpool so far.
It still makes me a little sad when I have to refer to Wednesday as a minnow, given their 90s presence in the top flight but their fans should be happy with that so far.
Rivals, United meanwhile have a massive task to overcome their 2-0 deficit to Birmingham now.
15.51: Half-time at Pride Park, the Reebok Stadium and the Hawthorns.
15.50: Pratley refusing to celebrate that one by the way as the half-times start rolling in. Not too many shocks so far…in fact there isn't any. Still, that can change very quickly.
15.48: GOAL! BOLTON 1-1 Swansea
Wouldn't you know it In injury time, Martin Petrov delivers a free-kick and former Swans player of five years, Darren Pratley heads the hosts level.
15.45: GOAL! Bolton 0-1 SWANSEA
After a passing move that compares with Argentina's against Serbia & Montenegro at the 2006 World Cup, Luke Moore finishes a move by shaking off a challenge from David Wheater and firing home with what is effectively the Swans' first chance.
15.42: Birmingham have deservedly doubled their lead at Sheffield United, with Adam Rooney converting a low cross from Chris Burke.
15.39: GOAL! West Brom 0-1 NORWICH
Lovely move from the Canaries. Elliott Bennett is played through on the flank by Wes Hoolahan, and his cross is converted by Grant Holt for his ninth goal of the season.
15.36: Stoke still dominating at Derby, and especially at set-pieces and crosses.
Robert Huth and Jerome have gone close, while the Rams are still waiting for a worthwhile chance.
Saints marching on: Southampton players celebrate taking the lead at Millwall.
15.33: At the Den, Harry Kane has missed a sitter from two yards for Millwall, and it's proved costly.
Rickie Lambert heading Southampton ahead after converting a Dan Harding cross at the back post.
15.30: Decent chance for David Ngog. The Bolton striker does the hard bit in beating the offside trap, but can't get the better of Gerhard Tremmel in a one-on-one situation.
15.27: Ah that's better! Young Canaries keeper Jed Steer does superbly to push a Jerome Thomas volley on to the bar. That will do wonders for his confidence.
15.24: And to our other all-Premier League tie between West Brom and Norwich.
Very even start, which in football speak can of course also be another way of saying nothing has happened so far.
15.21: Crawley, the lowest ranked side left in the competition, are taking the fight to Hull. The home side not really showing their Championship muscle so far.
Meanwhile, Nathan Redmond has put Birmingham ahead against Sheffield United from Jordon Mutch's corner.
Going back to Wembley A Birmingham fan watches on at Sheffield United
15.18: Derby have failed to respond against Stoke, with the Potters dominance from set-pieces giving the visitors more of an edge so far.
15.15: In the all-Premier League tie at the Reebok Stadium, Bolton have been on top in the opening few minutes. No real clear-cut chances so far though – but probably plenty of twiddling thumbs.
15.12: Stevenage, who knocked out Newcastle last season, have taken the lead against Notts County.
Damion Stewart scoring an own goal after failing to get back and clear a ball off the line.
15.09: Nine games – just two goals. I'm slightly surprised by that. Of course that means at some point this afternoon seven goals will fly into the back of the net within 30 seconds.
Early opener: Stoke's Cameron Jerome handed the Premier League side the lead at Derby
15.06: GOAL! Derby 0-1 STOKE
Simple from the Potters, Glenn Whelan sends in a cross and Cameron Jerome is on hand, via a Robert Huth deflection, to tap the visitors in front.
Meanwhile, Jermaine Beckford continues his fine scoring run in this competition by handing Leicester the lead against Swindon.
15.04: Not many at Pride Park but there is still quite a noisy atmosphere as Stoke knock the ball around with confidence in the early stages.
15.01: Away we go then…
All smiles: Jermaine Beckford has been in strong goal scoring form for Leicester
14.59: From the King Power Stadium (right on cue):
Leicester v Swindon
Leicester: Schmeichel, Peltier, Konchesky, Mills, Gallagher, Dyer, St. Ledger, Wellens, Beckford, Danns, Nugent. Subs: Howard, Kennedy, Tunchev, Smith, Hopper, Parks.
Swindon: Foderingham, Caddis, Cibocchi, Devera, McCormack, Ritchie, Ferry, Risser, De Vita, Connell, Benson. Subs: Phil Smith, Boateng, Gabilondo, Jonathan Smith, Magera, Murray, Louis Thompson.
Referee: Darren Drysdale (Lincolnshire)
14.57: Fans of Leicester and Swindon, I haven't forgotten you but I am having trouble tracking down their team news. Will post it as soon as I get it (promise.)
14.54: So who will be handing out the FA Cup shocks this weekend Sportsmail's John Edwards has produced this handy guide to see who is most likely to be involved in a cupset. I mean there has to be some, surely
14.51: Norwich manager Paul Lambert hands a debut to 19-year-old keeper Jed Steer in the FA Cup fourth round clash with West Brom at The Hawthorns.
Steer, who replaces the rested John Ruddy, is one of five changes made by Lambert from the side which drew at home to Chelsea.
On-loan Tottenham defender Kyle Naughton is ineligible to play as part of the agreement between the two clubs.
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson makes only three changes, all in defence, from the line-up which won at Stoke.
Left-back Joe Mattock and central defenders Craig Dawson and Gonzalo Jara Reyes replace Nicky Shorey, Gareth McAuley and Jonas Olsson respectively.
14.48: From the Lamex Stadium (where one League One side will make the last 16):
Stevenage v Notts County
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Reliable: Cameron Jerome features in attack for Stoke
14.45: From Pride Park:
Derby v Stoke
Derby: Fielding, Brayford, Barker, Shackell, Roberts, Green, Bailey, Hendrick, Ward, Bryson, Ball. Subs: Legzdins, Tyson, Maguire, Doyle, Buxton, Ben Davies, Naylor.
Stoke: Begovic, Wilkinson, Shawcross, Huth, Wilson, Walters, Whitehead, Whelan, Etherington, Crouch, Jerome. Subs: Nash, Jones, Fuller, Pennant, Delap, Shotton, Woodgate.
Referee: Mark Clattenburg (Tyne & Wear)
14.42: From the Den:
Millwall v Southampton
Millwall: Forde, Smith, Craig, Ward, Barron, Feeney, Abdou, Trotter, Henry, Kane, Henderson. Subs: Allsop, Marquis, Hackett, N'Guessan, Wright.
Southampton: Bialkowski, Richardson, Harding, Martin, Fox, De Ridder, Puncheon, Hammond, Reeves, Lambert, Barnard. Subs: Davis, Jaidi, Lee, Holmes, Ward-Prowse, Stephens, Shaw.
Referee: Roger East (Wiltshire)
14.39: From Bloomfield Road:
Blackpool v Sheff Wed
Blackpool: Gilks, Eardley, Wilson, Cathcart, Harris, Basham, Angel, Southern, Matt Phillips, Kevin Phillips, Clarke. Subs: Halstead, Bruna, Taylor-Fletcher, Baptiste, Fleck, Dicko, Ince.
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Bright prospect: Highly rated Nathan Redmond (right) starts for Birmingham
14.36: Full line-ups from Bramall Lane:
Sheff Utd v Birmingham
Sheff Utd: Simonsen, Lowton, Maguire, Collins, Jean-Francois, Williamson, McDonald, Doyle, Quinn, Cresswell, Evans. Subs: Long, Montgomery, Ertl, Flynn, Porter, Philliskirk, Williams.
Birmingham: Doyle, Spector, Davies, Caldwell, Murphy, Burke, Mutch, Gomis, Elliott, Redmond, Rooney. Subs: Butland, Ibanez, Fahey, Zigic, Valles, Gnahore, Reilly.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
14.33: Full line-ups from the Reebok Stadium:
Bolton v Swansea
Bolton: Bogdan, Riley, Wheater, Boyata, Ricketts, Eagles, Reo-Coker, Pratley, Petrov, Mark Davies, Ngog. Subs: Jaaskelainen, Robinson, Muamba, Sanli, Kevin Davies, Mears, O'Halloran.
Swansea: Tremmel, Richards, Williams, Monk, Bessone, Routledge, McEachran, Agustien, Gower, Moore, Lita. Subs: Moreira, Tate, Graham, Dyer, Rangel, Allen, Sigurdsson.
Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)
14.30: Stoke manager Tony Pulis makes four changes to his side for the FA Cup fourth-round clash with Derby at Pride Park.
Rory Delap, Ryan Shotton and Jonathan Woodgate are all benched, whilst goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen is again rested and not in the 18 on duty, as is the case in the third-round win at Gillingham.
Asmir Begovic takes over in goal, whilst Pulis also brings in defender Dean Whitehead, midfielder Andy Wilkinson and striker Cameron Jerome.
As for Derby, the npower Championship club show just one change, with midfielder Jeff Hendrick replacing striker Theo Robinson who picked up a calf injury in last week's goalless draw at Burnley.
Starting role: Swansea's Josh McEachran features in Brendan Rodgers' XI
14.27: Bolton boss Owen Coyle makes three changes to his starting line-up for today's FA Cup fourth-round tie against Swansea at the Reebok Stadium.
Coyle is not able to call upon new centre-half Tim Ream, but brings Dedryck Boyata and Joe Riley in at the back for Zat Knight and Gretar Steinsson, while in midfield, ex-Swans player Darren Pratley replaces Fabrice Muamba.
For the visitors, on-loan midfielder Josh McEachran is handed his first start since arriving from Chelsea as manager Brendan Rodgers completely reshuffles his pack by making 10 adjustments, defender Ashley Williams the only man keeping his place in the first XI.
14.24: From the Hawthorns:
West Brom v Norwich
West Brom: Foster, Jara Reyes, Dawson, Tamas, Mattock, Morrison, Mulumbu, Dorrans, Thomas, Fortune, Cox. Subs: Fulop, Olsson, Tchoyi, Long, McAuley, Odemwingie, Thorne.
Norwich: Steer, Martin, Whitbread, Ayala, Drury, Bennett, Crofts, Fox, Pilkington, Hoolahan, Holt. Subs: Ruddy, Johnson, Jackson, Lappin, Barnett, Wilbraham, Tierney.
Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)
14.21: Line-ups from the KC Stadium:
Hull v Crawley Town
Hull: Mannone, East, Hobbs, Cooper, Dudgeon, Garcia, Evans, Cairney, King, Fryatt, Brady. Subs: Carson, Dawson, Chester, Mclean, Simpson, Olofinjana, Cullen.
Crawley Town: Shearer, Hunt, Mills, Davis, Howell, Watt, Bulman, McFadzean, Torres, Tubbs, Barnett. Subs: Kuipers, Akpan, Simpson, Smith, Wilson, Wassmer, Neilson.
Referee: Stuart Attwell (Warwickshire)
14.18: And you can add Liverpool or Manchester United to that list too – click here to follow their fourth round tie that is going on right now with Martin Domin.
14.15: Blackburn, Fulham, QPR, Manchester City, Wigan and Wolves – that is a fair few Premier League teams, and all have already been knocked out of the 2012 FA Cup.
That brings me to today's 3pm kick-offs (where another two top-flight teams will bite the dust). It's littered with lower league sides who will earn a fifth round spot…some may squeeze to the quarter-finals…then maybe the semis… I may be getting ahead of myself now, but there seems to be a great opportunity for a cup run, but who will take it Team news on the way.
Up for the cup: Stoke's Peter Crouch won the FA Cup with Liverpool in 2006