Wolves v Birmingham, Wrexham v Brighton live

FA CUP LIVE: Wolves v Birmingham and Wrexham v Brighton – as it happens

Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the FA Cup as in a West Midlands derby, Wolves host Birmingham in a third round replay at Molineux. After drawing 0-0 at St Andrew's the tie has to be decided on the night and Chris Hughton's side will aim to cause an upset by grabbing bragging rights at their local rivals. In the night's other replay, non-league Wrexham host Championship outfit Brighton.

8.17pm: Back underway at Wrexham.

8.13pm: Now that I think about it, it doesn't really… back to the action on the pitch and Kevin Doyle sends over a cross that evades everyone.

8.11pm: Is it just me or does Birmingham's Jean Beausejou sound like Belle de Jour, she of Diary of a Call Girl/Billie Piper fame

8.10pm: Wolves almost open the scoring as Adam Hammill whips the ball in for Sylvan Ebanks-Blake but he nods the ball wide.

8.08pm: There has been more action in the opening eight minutes than in the whole of the last game.

8.07pm: David Murphy fired in a beautiful ball from the left but Berra was on hand to cut it out. The two faced each other in the Edinburgh derby back in the day, don't you know.

8.04pm: Mick McCarthy has made 10 changes to the side who drew with Tottenham at the weekend. Christophe Berra is the lucky() player who retains his place. Birmingham habe made six changes to the side that smashed, well, six, past Millwall on Saturday.

8.03pm: And we're underway at Molineux. Hold on to your hats. This is going to be cracker.


8.00pm: Into two minutes of added time at the Racecourse Ground.

7.55pm: Just five minutes till Birmingham and Wolves renew hostilities. For some reason I sat through the entire 93 minutes of the first game. I tell you now, the replay cannot be as bad.

7.54pm: It's Wrexham who look more like scoring the game' second goal as more good work from Wright sees Harris have a pop at goal but Brezovan holds on.

7.50pm: The visitors have won a corner however after some neat work from Buckley. Sparrow delivers the ball deep into the box but Wrexham scramble it clear.

7.45pm: Not a great reaction from Brighton to be honest. Being a proud Scot, I'm a fan of Mackail-Smith but he's not been involved much so far. Needs more support from midfield.

Curler: Andy Morrell opens the scoring for Wrexham (above) before celebrating with his team-mates (below)

Curler: Andy Morrell opens the scoring for Wrexham (above) before celebrating with his team-mates (below)

Curler: Andy Morrell opens the scoring for Wrexham (above) before celebrating with his team-mates (below)

7.40pm: Just seen a close up of Mackail-Smith. Looks like he swapped the pitch for the ring at the weekend but apparently he just ran into Lewis Nyatanga.

7.38pm: GOAL!! WREXHAM 1 BRIGHTON 0 It's rare that I'm ever wrong and Wright did indeed orchestrate Wrexham's opener. He took on the Brighton defence, beat them, and laid off his player boss Andy Morrell who curled the ball into the net. What a goal.

7.34pm: Wright is definitely Wrexham's best attacking outlet tonight. He's strong (stocky) and willing to run at defenders (barge them out the way) and he wins a free kick from which Morrell and Tolley are denied by the Brighton defence who are struggling to deal with the set pieces.

7.29pm: Wrexham are holding their own here. The pitch has been described as 'bobbly'. Are all non-league pitches 'bobbly' Is it to make it more challenging or are their groundsmen just not very good

7.27pm: In other news… Wolves v Birmingham teams are in:

Wolverhampton: De Vries, Doherty, Stearman, Berra, Elokobi, Hammill, Jonsson, Milijas, Hunt, Doyle, Ebanks-Blake. Subs: Hennessey, Henry, Fletcher, Ward, Keogh, Guedioura, Forde.

Birmingham: Doyle, Spector, Caldwell, Davies, Murphy, Redmond, Elliott, Mutch, Gomis, Beausejour, Rooney. Subs: Butland, Burke, King, Fahey, Zigic, Valles, Gnahore.

Referee: Howard Webb (S Yorkshire)

7.26pm: Danny Wright is showing some neat touches in attack for the home side and he almost gets through on goal but the door is slammed shut at the last minute.

7.25pm: Sparrow is the first to be booked as he clatters into the back of Ashton. Probably harsh, no malice. No Roberto Mancini waving his imaginary cards either unfortunately.

7.23pm: Brighton started brightly but have faded somewhat as Wrexham take care not to fall behind early.

7.20pm: Wrexham win the games first corner and they work it well with Ashton crossing for Knight-Percival who has a free header but can only guide the ball wide.

7.19pm: Brighton should really have won this at the first time of asking but they look determined to make sure tonight. Matt Sparrow fires wide in the opening minutes.

7.15pm: Off and running.

7.12pm: This game was scheduled to be played last night but ESPN realised that no-one would be watching Wolves v Birmingham so fancied their chances of getting a few extra viewers if they put it back 24 hours. The pitch was also frozen.

7.10pm: I jest, of course. Speight has scored 12 goals this season but will play no part tonight. There is better news for Brighton however as Craig Mackail-Smith has recovered from his eye injury and leads the line for Gus Poyet's side.

7.08pm: Massive blow for Wrexham with striker Jake Speight ruled out with a hamstring injury. I'd tell you how many goals he's scored but Wikipedia is down and our resident Wrexham expert is off sick.

7.07pm: Big reward for the winners of this one with a home tie against Newcastle awaiting the victorious side.

7.05pm: The teams are in from the Racecourse Ground:

Wrexham: Mayebi, Obeng, Creighton, Knight-Percival, Ashton, Harris, Tolley, Clarke, Cieslewicz, Wright, Morrell. Subs: Maxwell, Keates, Clowes, Hunt, Little, Anoruo.

Brighton: Brezovan, Calderon, Hall, Dunk, Vincelot, Navarro, Bridcutt, Sparrow, Buckley, Mackail-Smith, Hoskins. Subs: Ankergren, Barnes, Harley, Agdestein, Kasim, Sampayo, Rodgers.

Referee: Colin Webster (Tyne & Wear)

7.00pm: Welcome to Sportsmail's coverage of tonights final two FA Cup replays. Wrexham evidently want to get their game with Brighton over and done with as soon as possible so are kicking off in just fifteen minutes. Wolves host Birmingham at the more respectable time of 8pm.

Barren run: Wolves Kevin Doyle (right) is likely to start in a bid to end a goal drought stretching back to October

Barren run: Wolves Kevin Doyle (right) is likely to start in a bid to end a goal drought stretching back to October