FA CUP LIVE: Follow all the action from Tuesday's third round replays as it happens
Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the FA Cup with four third round replays to be decided as Premier League sides Bolton and QPR aim to avoid upsets. The Hoops will be aiming to win their first game in the competition for 11 years when they host MK Dons, while the Trotters will hope to avoid a huge slip up at home to Macclesfield. Email me your thoughts on the action at [email protected] or contact me on Twitter @Ripinho.
FA Cup third round replays
Bolton 1-0 Macclesfield (8pm)
Leicester 1-0 Nottingham Forest (7.30pm)
Millwall 1-0 Dag & Red (7.45pm)
QPR 0-0 MK Dons (8pm)
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20.02: GOAL! BOLTON 1-0 Macclesfield
20.01: And now underway…
20.00: Teams are out for the 8pm kick-offs.
19.58: From InfostradaLive:
Macclesfield Town have never progressed beyond #FACup 3rd round and have never beaten a club from the top flight in the competition. #Bolton
19.55: This Forest side look completely out of sorts. It's been a while since I've seen a team displaying as little confidence as the visitors. No one seems to want to take responsibility. This can't all be Steve McClaren's doing
19.52: GOAL! MILLWALL 1-0 Dagenham & Redbridge
It's been mostly Dagenham in the early stages but wouldn't you know it, the hosts score with their first attack.
Harry Kane tees up Darius Henderson who finds the back of the net from the edge of the box.
19.49: InfostradLive sum up Forest in front of goal:
FA Cup 3rd round replay: Leicester-Nottingham 1-0 (OG Boateng). Forest have failed to score in 9 of last 10 matches in all competitions.
19.46: Oh my word, what a miss! Greg Cunningham delivers a cross from the left, but after Kasper Schmeichel makes a complete mess of it, Robbie Findley defies the laws of physics by shooting over from two yards.
19.45: And we are underway at The Den.
19.42: GOAL! LEICESTER 1-0 Nottingham Forest
After bragging to my colleagues that Forest will win this, they deservedly fall behind.
A cross comes in from the left and George Boateng directs the ball into his own goal from inside the six-yard box. Fast start from the hosts.
19.41: Full line-ups from the Reebok Stadium:
Bolton v Macclesfield
Bolton: Bogdan, Riley, Wheater, Boyata, Ricketts, Sanli, Mark Davies, Reo-Coker, Petrov, Kevin Davies, Klasnic. Subs: Lynch, Robinson, Knight, Blake, Pratley, Ngog, O'Halloran.
Macclesfield: Veiga, Bateson, Brown, Brisley, Tremarco, Wedgbury, Mendy, Hamshaw, Daniel, Hewitt, Diagne. Subs: Collis, Kay, Morgan, Mukendi, Fairhurst, Fisher, Whiteoak.
Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)
19.38: Full line-ups from Loftus Road:
QPR v Milton Keynes Dons
QPR: Kenny, Young, Ferdinand, Gabbidon, Hill, Mackie, Buzsaky, Derry, Wright-Phillips, Macheda, Bothroyd. Subs: Cerny, Orr, Hall, Campbell, Smith, Helguson, Ephraim.
Milton Keynes Dons: Martin, Smith, Doumbe, Shaun Williams, Lewington, Gleeson, Potter, Chadwick, Bowditch, MacDonald, Ibehre. Subs: McLoughlin, Flanagan, Daniel Powell, Baldock, O'Shea, McNamee, George Williams.
Referee: Phil Dowd (Staffordshire)
19.37: Leicester nearly go ahead in the first minute through Neil Danns, but his rocket shot from inside the box is headed clear off the line.
19.36: Finally we are underway at the King Power Stadium.
19.33: QPR manager Mark Hughes names a strong line-up for tonight's FA Cup third-round replay against MK Dons.
The recently-appointed Rs boss makes just one change to the side defeated 1-0 at Newcastle on Sunday, with Federico Macheda replacing Heidar Helguson in the starting XI.
Charlie MacDonald features for MK Dons having missed the previous encounter with QPR due to a knee injury, while Mathias Doumbe is included in defence.
19.30: Out they come at the King Power Stadium then.
Two teams from a bygone Premier League era of course. For that (pointless) and nostalgic reason I'm backing this to be a good game.
19.27: Not too warm out there tonight and I have to say I'm not that surprised there isn't too many in attendance as the teams prepare to make their way out at Leicester.
19.24: Bolton boss Owen Coyle makes five changes to his starting line-up for this evening's FA Cup third-round replay against Macclesfield at the Reebok Stadium.
Coyle, who on Monday saw Gary Cahill finally complete his move to Chelsea, shuffles things from Saturday's 3-0 Barclays Premier League defeat at Manchester United by bringing Joe Riley, Dedryck Boyata, Tuncay Sanli, Kevin Davies and Ivan Klasnic into the Wanderers side.
For the visitors – currently 15th in npower League Two – defender Elliott Hewitt is promoted to the first XI, with striker George Donnelly missing out due to a groin problem.
19.21: If I was a betting man (which I can be) I have to admit backing the home sides would really appeal tonight.
Somehow, this being the FA Cup, I can't see it being quite as simple as that – there surely is going to be a shock somewhere.
19.18: Full line-ups from The Den:
Millwall v Dag & Red
Millwall: Forde, Smith, Ward, Robinson, Barron, Feeney, Abdou, Trotter, Bouazza, Henderson, Kane. Subs: Mildenhall, Craig, McQuoid, Batt, Henry, N'Guessan, Wright.
Dag & Red: Lewington, Ogogo, Doe, Spillane, Ilesanmi, Bingham, Abdulla, Rose, Danny Green, Nurse, Dominic Green. Subs: Hogan, McCrory, Arber, Edmans, Elito, Reed, Wearen.
Referee: Scott Mathieson (Cheshire)
Starting: Jermaine Beckford will lead Leicester's attack against Nottingham Forest
19.15: There was of course originally five games this evening, but Wrexham v Brighton has been postponed until tomorrow night after heavy frost and freezing temperatures caused the game to be postponed.
The clubs and the Football Association have agreed to switch the match to a 7.15pm kick-off tomorrow at the Racecourse Ground, following a 1-1 draw in the first meeting, with a fourth-round showdown against Newcastle up for grabs.
19.12: From the King Power Stadium:
Leicester v Nottingham Forest
Leicester: Schmeichel, Peltier, Konchesky, Mills, Gallagher, Dyer, St. Ledger, Wellens, Beckford, Danns, Nugent. Subs: Howard, Weale, Abe, Kennedy, Tunchev, Taft.
Nottm Forest: Camp, Cunningham, Boateng, Anderson, Reid, Greening, Gunter, Harewood, Moussi, Findley, Lynch. Subs: Derbyshire, McGugan, McCleary, McGoldrick, Smith, Blackstock, Majewski.
Referee: Craig Pawson (South Yorkshire)
19.10: Never mind though QPR fans because here is one record from InfostradaLive you won't be breaking tonight:
The longest non-winning streak by any club in the FA Cup proper is a 22 match streak by Weymouth between 1968 and 1981.
19.09: Bolton starting XI:
Bogdan, Riley, Wheater, K Davies, Tuncay, Petrov, Klasnic, M Davies, Ricketts, Reo-Coker, Boyata
19.06: QPR starting XI:
Kenny, Hill, Derry, Gabbidon, Bothroyd, Mackie, Buzsaky, Young, Wright-Phillips, Macheda, Ferdinand.
19.03: Here it is in black and white folks from InfostradaLive:
Queens Park Rangers have failed to win any of their last 16 FA Cup matches, equal worst record by a league club with Leeds Utd (1952-1962).
19.00: Ladies and gentleman, history will be made tonight. To be more specific, it will be at Loftus Road.
You see something has to give. QPR will either have to win their first FA Cup game since 2001 or MK Dons will have to reach the fourth round for the first time.
The physical world nearly exploded when a result was nearly forced at the stadium:mk last time, so I'm almost certain this one will go to penalties (then the toss of a coin) tonight.
And that's before we get to our other three action packed games.Team news on the way.
Out to impress: Federico Macheda will hope to shine after joining QPR on loan from Manchester United