Fa Cup Results 13/1/2008

Birmingham 0 Wolves 2

Wolves won the battle of the Championship high-flyers to book their place in the FA Cup fourth round.

Michael Kightly, who had a shot cleared off the line, flicked the ball through for Andy Keogh to net (38).

Ref Howard Webb played a role in the second, when he got in the way of Radhi Jaidi’s pass and Sam Vokes was played in (51). Cameron Jerome wasted the best opportunities for Birmingham.

Histon 1 Swansea 2

A first-half double sent Swansea past their Blue Square Premier foes and into the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Guillem Bauza cushioned a header for Gorka Pintado to produce a stunning curling finish (22), and the lead was doubled when Andrea Orlando crossed from the right for Bauza to net (38).

Albert Serran headed wide and Pintado squandered a penalty before Josh Simpson made them sweat (84).

L Orient 1 Sheff Utd 4

Sheffield United came from behind to set up a home tie with Charlton.

Orient took the lead when JJ Melligan converted from the spot after Matthew Kilgallon had handled (38), while David Cotterill fired wide for the Blades.

Os keeper Glenn Morris flapped at a corner which allowed Greg Halford to pounce (59), before Billy Sharp made it two (62) and Kyle Naughton (69) and a Halford header sealed the rout (78).

Norwich 0 Charlton 1

Darren Ambrose’s winner secured a clash with Sheffield United for Charlton.

Ambrose, on loan from Norwich’s rivals Ipswich, tucked home Nick Bailey’s ball (6), while the Canaries had a penalty appeal turned down when Arturo Lupoli went over in the area.

The hosts improved after the break and went close when Lupoli tried his luck, while Gary Doherty was denied a late equaliser by Darren Randolph’s save.

Peterboro’ 0 West Brom 2

Premier League side West Brom cruised into the fourth round of the FA Cup.

After the game had been delayed due to crowd congestion, Jay Simpson turned to fire the Baggies in front from 25 yards (18) and Paul Robinson met Do-heon Kim’s cross to head home a second (37).

Posh had keeper Joe Lewis to thank as he denied Andrade Filipe Teixeira after the break, and routine saves from Scott Carson ensured the top-flight side won.

Crewe 2 Millwall 3

Neil Harris broke Teddy Sheringham’s scoring record for Millwall who sealed a trip to either Newcastle or Hull.

Luke Murphy’s stunning 20-yard drive put Crewe ahead (7), but his strike was cancelled out when Steve Collis fumbled a cross into his own net (8).

Harris was perfectly placed to net his 112th goal for the Lions (54) before Shaun Miller levelled (58), but Zak Whitbread sent the Lions through (86).

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