FA Cup: Watch Liverpool lead Wolves - follow four other gamesGot a TV Licence? You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law. Find out moreLive Reporting Shamoon Hafez, Michael Emons and Jay FreemanAll times stated are UKPost updateForest Green Rovers 1-0 BirminghamBen Stevenson gave Forest Green the lead over Championship Birmingham earlier, which means the shock is ON. GOAL - West Brom 1-0 ChesterfieldJohn Swift (23 mins)Deadlock broken at The Hawthorns.
Post updateWolves 0-1 Liverpool"He can hit them! "Joao Moutinho's initial free-kick is headed out but falls perfectly onto the right boot of Ruben Neves 25 yards out, but the Portugal international's well-struck volley is blocked by a Red shirt. It was travelling. Post updateWolves 0-1 LiverpoolKostas Tsimikas must be hard as nails because he has just brought down the tank Adama Traore. Wolves have a free-kick down the right and can lump it into the mixer. Copyright: Getty ImagesHonours even in south WalesSwansea 0-0 Bristol CityGareth VincentBBC Sport Wales at the Swansea.
com StadiumIt's honours even so far between a much-changed Swansea City and the same Bristol City side which started in the Championship last weekend. The Robins started confidently, but Swansea - who have one or two square pegs in round holes tonight - are growing into the contest. The Welsh side have come closest to a goal - and it would have been an embarrassing one for Zak Vyner.
The Portugal keeper is all over the place at the moment, needs to clear his head. Post updateWest Brom 0-0 ChesterfieldArmando Dobra works his way into the West Brom box as Chesterfield make their first attack of the evening. But the Baggies clear their lines before he can work a shot away. CLOSE! Wolves 0-1 LiverpoolThe closest Cody Gakpo has come to opening his Liverpool account. You can see how confident he is, taking on a first-time shot from the right edge of the box, but it's always rising.
The Wolves winger times his run and is played in, Kostas Tsimikas ain't going to catch him but the shot is well wide of the near post. DISALLOWED GOALWolves 0-1 LiverpoolLovely finish from Fabio Carvalho, confidently stroked home, but he is a mile offside. Don't need VAR for that one. 'It was pretty special'Wolves 0-1 LiverpoolAlan ShearerFormer England striker on BBC OneWe've only had one bit of quality in this match so far and it was pretty special from Harvey Elliott but other than that it has been scrappy. WATCH: Elliott's openerWolves 0-1 Liverpool'What a strike! ' Watch Harvey Elliott's spectacular opening goal against Wolves. Video contentVideo caption: 'What a strike! ' - Elliott's spectacular opening goal against WolvesPost updateWolves 0-1 LiverpoolWhat is Jose Sa playing at? Liverpool press high and the Wolves goalkeeper kicks the ball out for a corner.
Post updateWolves 0-1 LiverpoolJose Sa isn't every convincing in that Wolves goal, not tonight anyway. Twice in the space of a few seconds he comes for a high ball and gets nowhere near it but Liverpool are unable to capitalise. Post updateWigan 0-0 LutonWigan's first real chance of the match and it fell to Thelo Aasgaard on the edge of the penalty area following a long throw, but Aasgaard could only pull his shot wide of the post. Post updateWest Brom 0-0 ChesterfieldShouts for a penalty from West Brom as Grady Diangana once again gets in the thick of the action. This time, his shot is blocked by Chesterfield's Michael Jones and the Baggies call for handball but the referee says nothing doing.