FA Cup: Birmingham & Brighton Win

FA Cup: Everton Secure Replay

The FA Cup fourth round line-up is now complete after wins for Brighton and Birmingham in the last of the third round replays.

Championship side Brighton needed extra-time and penalties to get past non-League Wrexham - and they had to come from a goal down to do it after the Conference leaders scored first.

It was 35-year-old player-manager Andy Morrell who fired his side into a deserved lead with a terrific strike after 23 minutes.

There was little evidence of the 61 league places separating the sides, with Brighton struggling to make an impact - but they got back into the game when Ashley Barnes headed an equaliser with 14 minutes to go to send the match into extra-time.

Wrexham went closest to winning it in the extra period, but a header from Jay Harris hit the crossbar, and that meant the tie went to penalties.

Dean Keates of Wrexham was the only player not to score in the shoot-out, with his penalty saved by Peter Brezovan, and Craig Mackail-Smith scored the goal that sets up a home tie with Newcastle in the 4th round.

Birmingham secured their place in the fourth round by winning at Wolves where Wade Ellliot scored the only goal of the game after 74 minutes.

Wolves substitute Steven Fletcher almost took the game into extra-time but his shot was saved by Colin Doyle.

Birmingham will visit Sheffield United in round 4.