2012–13 FA Cup

The 2012–13 FA Cup was the 132nd season of the FA Cup, the main domestic cup competition in English football, and the oldest football knock-out competition in the world. It was sponsored by Budweiser for a second consecutive season,[1] thus the competition name was The FA Cup with Budweiser.

A total of 833 clubs applied to enter,[2] with 758 clubs being accepted into the competition.[3] The preliminary rounds commenced on 11 August 2012, with the first round proper played on 3 November 2012. The final was played on 11 May 2013 at Wembley Stadium in London between Manchester City and Wigan Athletic, with Wigan Athletic winning 1–0.[4][5]

As a result, Wigan Athletic participated in the group stage of the following season's UEFA Europa League. Chelsea were the defending champions, having beaten Liverpool 2–1 in last season's final, but were eliminated in the semi-finals by Manchester City.

Three days after winning the cup, Wigan made history by becoming the first side to win the cup and get relegated in the same season, after they lost 4–1 to Arsenal, which sealed their relegation to the Football League Championship.

2012–13 FA Cup
The Football Association Challenge Cup
CountryEngland
Wales
Teams758
Defending championsChelsea
ChampionsWigan Athletic (1st title)
Runners-upManchester City
Matches played156
Attendance2,015,202 (12,918 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Danny Hylton (8)

Teams

Round Clubs
remaining
Clubs
involved
Winners from
previous round
New entries
this round
Leagues entering
at this round
First Round Proper 124 80 32 48 EFL League One
EFL League Two
Second Round Proper 84 40 40 none none
Third Round Proper 64 64 20 44 Premier League
EFL Championship
Fourth Round Proper 32 32 32 none none
Fifth Round Proper 16 16 16 none none
Quarter-finals 8 8 8 none none
Semi-finals 4 4 4 none none
Final 2 2 2 none none

Schedule

The schedule for the 2012–13 FA Cup, as announced by the Football Association, is as follows:[6][7][8]

Round Main date Number of fixtures Clubs New entries this round Prize money
Extra Preliminary Round 11 August 2012 200 758 → 558 400: 359th–758th £1,000
Preliminary Round 25 August 2012 166 558 → 392 132: 227th–358th £1,750
First Round Qualifying 8 September 2012 116 392 → 276 66: 161st–226th £3,000
Second Round Qualifying 22 September 2012 80 276 → 196 44: 117th–160th £4,500
Third Round Qualifying 6 October 2012 40 196 → 156 none £7,500
Fourth Round Qualifying 20 October 2012 32 156 → 124 24: 93rd–116th £12,500
First Round Proper 3 November 2012 40 124 → 84 48: 45th–92nd £18,000
Second Round Proper 1 December 2012 20 84 → 64 none £27,000
Third Round Proper 5 January 2013 32 64 → 32 44: 1st–44th £67,500
Fourth Round Proper 26 January 2013 16 32 → 16 none £90,000
Fifth Round Proper 16 February 2013 8 16 → 8 none £180,000
Sixth Round Proper 9–10 March 2013 4 8 → 4 none £360,000
Semi-finals 13–14 April 2013 2 4 → 2 none £900,000
Final 11 May 2013 1 2 → 1 none Runner-up £900,000
Winner £1,800,000

Qualifying rounds

All of the teams entering the competition that are not members of either the Premier League or the Football League had to compete in the qualifying rounds to win a place in the competition proper.

First round proper

Teams from League One and League Two entered at this stage, along with the winners from the Fourth Round Qualifying.

The draw was made on 21 October 2012 with ties to be played on 2–4 November 2012. Yate Town and Slough Town were the lowest-ranked teams left in the competition, both competing in level 8 of the English football league system.

Second round proper

The draw for this round was made on 4 November 2012 with the ties played on the weekend of 1–2 December 2012.

Hastings United, from the seventh tier of English football, were the lowest-ranked team in the second round proper.

Bradford City were disqualified from this season's competition for fielding Curtis Good, who was ineligible to play, in a 1–1 draw against Brentford.[9] As a result, it was presumed that Brentford won by walkover, but Bradford eventually made a successful appeal to the FA against expulsion and were reinstated and fined £1,000 instead allowing a replay to go ahead.[10] Brentford would eventually dump Bradford City out of the cup after winning that replay.

Third round proper

Teams from the Premier League and Football League Championship entered at this stage, along with the winners from the second round.[11]

The draw for the third round was made on 2 December 2012, with the ties played on the weekend of 5–6 January 2013.[12]

Luton Town's Alex Lawless won the player of the round award.[13] The results were as follows:

  1. Alex Lawless, Luton Town
  2. Danny Hylton, Aldershot Town
  3. Matthew Barnes-Homer, Macclesfield Town
  4. Liam Bridcutt, Brighton & Hove Albion
  5. Andrea Orlandi, Brighton & Hove Albion

Hastings United remained the lowest-ranked football team in the third round proper, competing in level 7 of the English football league system.

Fourth round proper

The draw for the fourth round took place on 6 January 2013, with Macclesfield Town and Luton Town, both from the Conference National (5) remaining as the lowest-placed teams still in the competition.[14]

Fifth round proper

The draw for the fifth round took place on 27 January 2013, with Luton Town from the Conference National (5) remaining as the lowest-ranked team still in the Cup.[15]

Sixth round proper

The draw for the quarter-finals took place on 17 February 2013, with Barnsley, Millwall and Blackburn Rovers all from the Championship remaining as the lowest-ranked teams.[16]

Semi-finals

The draw for the semi-finals took place on 10 March 2013, with Millwall from the Championship (2) remaining as the lowest-placed team still in the Cup. The draw was carried out by Edgar Davids and Graeme Le Saux at Wembley Stadium in London.[17][18]

Millwall (2)0–2Wigan Athletic (1)
Report Maloney Goal 25'
McManaman Goal 78'
Chelsea (1)1–2Manchester City (1)
Ba Goal 66' Report Nasri Goal 35'
Agüero Goal 47'

Final

Prior to kick off as Manchester City had already qualified for the 2013–14 UEFA Champions League, therefore Wigan Athletic had already secured a place in 2013–14 UEFA Europa League, regardless of whether they won or lost.

Manchester City (1)0–1Wigan Athletic (1)
Report Watson Goal 90+1'

Top scorers

Danny Hylton
Danny Hylton (in red), playing for Aldershot Town, was the competition's top scorer with 8 goals.
As of 11 May 2013 [19]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 England Danny Hylton Aldershot Town 8
2 Argentina Carlos Tevez Manchester City 5
3 Senegal Demba Ba Chelsea 4
Republic of Ireland Barry Corr Southend United
England Dean Cox Leyton Orient
England Clayton Donaldson Brentford
England Will Hatfield Accrington Stanley
Mexico Javier Hernández Manchester United
Republic of Ireland Dave Mooney Leyton Orient
England Scott Rendell Luton Town
England Matt Smith Oldham Athletic
England Marvin Sordell Bolton Wanderers

Broadcasting rights

The domestic broadcasting rights for the competition were held by the free-to-air channel ITV and the subscription channel ESPN.[20] ITV has held the rights since 2007–08,[21] while ESPN gained FA Cup coverage from the 2010–11 season following the collapse of Setanta in the UK.[22] Under the Ofcom code of protected sporting events, the FA Cup Final must be broadcast live on UK terrestrial television.[23]

These matches were broadcast live on UK television:

Round ESPN ITV1
First round proper Cambridge City vs Milton Keynes Dons
Dorchester Town vs Plymouth Argyle
Wimbledon vs York City (replay)
Altrincham vs Burton Albion (replay)
Braintree Town vs Tranmere Rovers (ITV4)2
Second round proper Alfreton Town vs Leyton Orient
Cheltenham Town vs Hereford United
Mansfield Town vs Lincoln City (replay)
Hastings United vs Harrogate Town (replay)
Milton Keynes Dons vs Wimbledon
Third round proper Swansea City vs Arsenal
Mansfield Town vs Liverpool
Cheltenham Town vs Everton
Arsenal vs Swansea City (replay)
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Newcastle United
West Ham United vs Manchester United
Manchester United vs West Ham United (replay)
Fourth round proper Manchester United vs Fulham
Brentford vs Chelsea
Leeds United vs Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City vs Huddersfield Town (replay)
Stoke City vs Manchester City
Oldham Athletic vs Liverpool
Chelsea vs Brentford (replay)
Fifth round proper Luton Town vs Millwall
Manchester City vs Leeds United
Manchester United vs Reading
Oldham Athletic vs Everton
Huddersfield Town vs Wigan Athletic
Everton v Oldham Athletic (replay)
Sixth round proper Manchester City vs Barnsley
Millwall vs Blackburn Rovers
Blackburn Rovers vs Millwall (replay)
Everton vs Wigan Athletic
Manchester United vs Chelsea
Chelsea vs Manchester United (replay)
Semi-finals Wigan Athletic vs Millwall Chelsea vs Manchester City
Final Wigan Athletic v Manchester City

1ITV unless stated otherwise
2Braintree Town vs. Tranmere Rovers was originally scheduled to be on ITV but because the game was postponed it was moved to ITV4

References

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  3. ^ "List of 758 clubs accepted". The Football Association.
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  6. ^ "FA Cup Round Dates". TheFA.com. The Football Association. 6 July 2012. Retrieved 15 July 2012.
  7. ^ "FA Cup Round Dates". The FA.
  8. ^ "FA Cup Schedule 2012/13". facupfootball.co.uk.
  9. ^ "Bradford Removed From FA Cup". The FA. Retrieved 7 December 2012.
  10. ^ "FA Cup: Bradford City win appeal against expulsion". BBC Sport. 12 December 2012. Retrieved 12 December 2012.
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  12. ^ "FA Cup third round draw: West Ham host Manchester United as holders Chelsea face Southampton". The Daily Telegraph. 2 December 2012. Retrieved 13 March 2013.
  13. ^ http://www.thefa.com/TheFACup/News/2013/Jan/budweiser-player-of-the-third-round-alex-lawless.aspx
  14. ^ "Chelsea & Man City face tough 4th round away trips". ESPN. 6 January 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2013.
  15. ^ "Giant-killers Oldham to face Everton in FA Cup fifth round". BBC Sport. 27 January 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2013.
  16. ^ "FA Cup sixth round: Rafa and Ferguson on course to collide once again". Daily Mail. 17 February 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2013.
  17. ^ "Manchester City await Man Utd or Chelsea". BBC Sport. 10 March 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2013.
  18. ^ "It's out of the bag! Behind the scenes at the FA Cup draw that set the Premier League's titans on a collision course at Wembley". Daily Mail. 10 March 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2013.
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  21. ^ "Snatch of day re-run as ITV wins FA Cup". The Guardian. 31 March 2007.
  22. ^ "ESPN secures FA Cup rights from 2010–11 season". ESPN Soccernet. 24 September 2010.
  23. ^ "Code on Sports and Other Listed and Designated Events" (PDF). Ofcom.

External links

2012–13 FA Cup qualifying rounds

The 2012–13 FA Cup qualifying rounds opened the 132nd season of competition in England for 'The Football Association Challenge Cup' (FA Cup), the world's oldest association football single knockout competition. A total of 758 clubs were accepted for the competition, down five from the previous season's 763.

The large number of clubs entering the tournament from lower down (Levels 5 through 10) in the English football pyramid meant that the competition started with six rounds of preliminary (2) and qualifying (4) knockouts for these non-League teams. The 32 winning clubs from Fourth Round Qualifying progressed to the First Round Proper, where League clubs tiered at Levels 3 and 4 entered the competition.

2012–13 FA Women's Cup

The 2012–13 FA Women's Cup was the 42nd season of the FA Women's Cup, the main domestic knockout Cup competition in English women's football. It lacked a sponsor for the second consecutive season.

283 clubs were accepted into the competition. The first qualifying round commenced on 30 September 2012, with the first round proper played on 9 December 2012. Arsenal Ladies beat Bristol Academy 3-0 in the final on 26 May 2013 at the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster.Birmingham City were the defending champions, having beaten Chelsea in last season's final.

2012–13 York City F.C. season

The 2012–13 season was the 91st season of competitive association football and 76th season in the Football League played by York City Football Club, a professional football club based in York, North Yorkshire, England. Their promotion via the Conference Premier play-offs in 2011–12 meant they played in League Two, after an eight-year absence from the Football League. The season ran from 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2013.

Manager Gary Mills signed eight players before the close of the summer transfer window. Having stood 14th in the league table on New Year's Day, York were on an 11-match run without a win when Mills was dismissed in March 2013. He was replaced by former Northern Ireland manager Nigel Worthington, who led York to safety from relegation on the final day of the season. Having won four of their last five matches, the team finished the season 17th in the table. They lost in their opening round matches in both the 2012–13 FA Cup and the League Cup, and were eliminated in the second round of the Football League Trophy.

36 players made at least one appearance in nationally organised first-team competition, and there were 12 different goalscorers. Goalkeeper Michael Ingham played in all 50 first-team matches over the season. Ashley Chambers finished as leading scorer with 10 goals, all scored in the league. The winner of the Clubman of the Year award, voted for by the club's supporters, was Daniel Parslow, who became the first player to win the award for a third time.

2013 FA Community Shield

The 2013 FA Community Shield (also known as The FA Community Shield sponsored by McDonald's for sponsorship reasons) was the 91st FA Community Shield, played on 11 August 2013 at Wembley Stadium, between the winners of the previous season's Premier League and FA Cup competitions. The match was contested by the champions of the 2012–13 Premier League, Manchester United, and the 2012–13 FA Cup winners, Wigan Athletic. Following Wigan's relegation to the Football League Championship just days after their cup triumph, it was the first time a team from outside the top division featured in the Community Shield since West Ham United in 1980.

Manchester United won the Shield for a record 16th time outright and 20th time overall after a 2–0 win over Wigan Athletic, with Robin van Persie scoring both goals.

This season's Shield was especially notable for being David Moyes' only honour as Manchester United manager, in what was his first competitive match in charge of the club following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson at the end of the 2012–13 season.

2013 FA Cup Final

The 2013 FA Cup Final was the 132nd final of the FA Cup, the world's oldest football cup competition. The match, contested by Manchester City and Wigan Athletic, took place on 11 May 2013 at Wembley Stadium in London, and kicked off at 5:15 p.m. It was Wigan's first FA Cup final and Manchester City's 10th. Wigan pulled off a shock victory against favourites City, winning in circumstances reminiscent of the 1988 FA Cup Final when Wimbledon overcame Liverpool. Ben Watson's stoppage-time headed goal produced the "greatest FA Cup Final upset for a quarter of a century". In the United Kingdom, the match was televised by ITV and ESPN.

The competition winners were awarded a place in the group stage of the 2013–14 Europa League competition. Because Manchester City and their semi-final opponent Chelsea had already qualified for the following season's Champions League by virtue of the clubs' league positions, Wigan gained a Europa League place by winning their semi-final match.Wigan owner Dave Whelan led out the Wigan team before kick off along with manager Roberto Martínez. The only goal of the game came a few minutes after City's Pablo Zabaleta had been sent off for a second yellow card, becoming the third player to be sent off in an FA Cup final. The cup was jointly lifted by playing captain Emmerson Boyce and club captain Gary Caldwell.On 20 May, Wigan had an open-top bus tour of the town to celebrate the FA Cup victory. Manchester City sacked manager Roberto Mancini two days later, confirming rumours of the manager's fate before the match. Wigan failed to avoid relegation from the Premier League, becoming the first team to win the Cup and succumb to relegation in the same season.

2013–14 Oldham Athletic A.F.C. season

The 2013–14 season is Oldham Athletic's 17th consecutive season in the third division of the English football league system and Lee Johnson's first full season as manager of the club.

The Latics faced a summer of rebuilding on and off the pitch as 18 players were out of contract from the 2012–13 season and work finally recommenced on the demolition of the old Broadway Stand in preparation for its replacement by the new North Stand. Dean Bouzanis, Robbie Simpson, Connor Hughes, Liam Jacob, Alex Cisak, Lee Croft and Dan Taylor were all released at the end of the 2012–13 season with new contracts handed to Glenn Belezika, Cliff Byrne, Connor Brown, David Mellor, James Tarkowski and Kirk Millar as well as youngsters Joe Cooper, Chris Sutherland, Luke Simpson and Danny Gosset. Matt Smith opted to join Leeds United after his impressive run of goals during the 2012-13 FA Cup while Dean Furman joined former manager Paul Dickov at Doncaster Rovers and Jean-Yves Mvoto joined Barnsley.

In their place, Johnson signed wingers Sidney Schmeltz and James Dayton as well as strengthening the centre of midfield with Anton Rodgers and the permanent acquisition of Korey Smith who had ended the previous season on loan at Boundary Park from Norwich City. A trio of forwards were also recruited: Charlie MacDonald, Jonson Clarke-Harris and, following a protracted contract dispute with Swindon Town, Adam Rooney. Johnson signed goalkeeper Mark Oxley on a season long loan from Hull City but his only defensive acquisition before the season began was the young Latvian centre back, Edijs Joksts. As a result, the season began with young midfielder David Mellor employed at centre back alongside James Tarkowski.The season began positively for Oldham with a 4-3 victory away at Stevenage. This was followed by defeat at home to Derby in the first round of the Capital One Cup and a run of games in which Oldham were praised for their attractive style of play but ultimately achieved only 8 points from their first 10 league games. In the meantime, the summer transfer window had closed with the departure of Baxter to Sheffield United for an undisclosed fee, the return of Danny Philliskirk and the arrival of defensive duo Matteo Lanzoni and Genseric Kusunga.

Bartley Green F.C.

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Curzon Ashton F.C.

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Curzon Ashton won Division One North of the Northern Premier League in the 2013–14 season, and the Premier Division play-offs in the 2014–15 season, thus gaining promotion to the National League North. It has played its home matches at Tameside Stadium since 2005.

Dajto

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Dajto showcases top foreign series, shows and movies targeted at young male viewers. This includes CME's own regionally produced programs, highly rated European & American series, infotainment shows, as well as a la mode American or European movies.

The channel is extending its programming including highly rated foreign titles as well as gradually delivered locally produced content relevant to its audience.

David Meyler

David John Meyler (born 29 May 1989) is an Irish professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for League One club Coventry City, on loan from Reading, and the Republic of Ireland national team.

After turning professional at League of Ireland team Cork City, Meyler moved to Sunderland in the Premier League in 2008. He joined Hull in January 2013 after a short loan spell. He has been a full international for the Republic of Ireland since 2012.

Jordan Jones (footballer, born 1994)

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the Northern Ireland senior squad in 2017.

Martin Keown

Martin Raymond Keown (; born 24 July 1966) is an English former professional footballer who played as a defender from 1984 to 2005, notably in the Premier League for Arsenal, where he made over 400 appearances for the club and won 10 honours.

He also played for Brighton & Hove Albion, Aston Villa, Everton, Leicester City and Reading. Keown made his England debut in 1992 against France and went on to win 43 caps for the national side over the next 10 years, gradually forming a respected defensive partnership with Arsenal teammate Tony Adams at both club and international level. Keown represented England at four major international football finals including the 1998 and 2002 World Cups.

He is now a part-time scout and coach for Arsenal, as well as a pundit for the BBC and BT Sport. He came out of retirement in 2012 and briefly played for Combined Counties League Premier Division side Wembley in their FA Cup fixtures.

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Norwich City 0–1 Luton Town (2013)

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Oxhey Jets F.C.

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Jones has represented England at various levels and is currently a member of the England senior squad. He played for the under-19 team in 2009 before making his debut for the under-21 team in 2010. He made his debut for the England senior team on 7 October 2011.

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Wigan Athletic F.C.

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Founded in 1932, the club have played at the 25,000-seater DW Stadium since 1999, before which they played at Springfield Park. Their colours are blue and white stripes, although all-blue shirts have been common throughout the club's history.

Wigan were elected to the Football League in 1978, and competed in the Premier League from 2005 to 2013.

They won the 2012–13 FA Cup with a 1–0 victory against Manchester City at Wembley Stadium, when Ben Watson scored the winning goal. The club also reached the League Cup final in 2006.

Wigan are also three-time winners of the League One championship (2003, 2016 & 2018) and twice winners of the EFL Trophy, in 1985 and 1999.

They made their European debut in the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League.

2 November 2012 Cambridge City (7)0–0Milton Keynes Dons (3)City Ground, Cambridge
19:30 Report Attendance: 1,564
Referee: James Adcock
13 November 2012 ReplayMilton Keynes Dons (3)6–1Cambridge City (7)Stadium mk, Milton Keynes
19:45 Williams Goal 12'74' (pen.)
O'Shea Goal 43'
Bowditch Goal 45+2'
Alli Goal 75'
Chicksen Goal 77'
Report Theobald Goal 60' Attendance: 4,126
Referee: Nigel Miller
3 November 2012 Hereford United (5)3–1Shrewsbury Town (3)Edgar Street, Hereford
13:00 Evans Goal 3'
Bowman Goal 12'73' (pen.)
Report Summerfield Goal 30' Attendance: 3,251
Referee: Gary Sutton
3 November 2012 Boreham Wood (6)0–2Brentford (3)Meadow Park, Borehamwood
14:00 Report Donaldson Goal 16'
Forrester Goal 44'
Attendance: 1,495
Referee: Robert Lewis
3 November 2012 Kidderminster Harriers (5)0–2Oldham Athletic (3)Aggborough, Kidderminster
15:01 Report Montaño Goal 52'
Baxter Goal 65'
Attendance: 2,888
Referee: David Webb
3 November 2012 Chelmsford City (6)3–1Colchester United (3)Melbourne Stadium, Chelmsford
15:00 Simmonds Goal 23'63'
Slabber Goal 89'
Report Rose Goal 70' Attendance: 3,016
Referee: Michael Naylor
3 November 2012 Metropolitan Police (7)1–2Crawley Town (3)Imber Court, Molesey
15:00 Tait Goal 83' Report Simpson Goal 36'
Clarke Goal 69'
Attendance: 1,485
Referee: Trevor Kettle
3 November 2012 Luton Town (5)1–1Nuneaton Town (5)Kenilworth Road, Luton
15:00 Rendell Goal 84' Report Waite Goal 20' Attendance: 3,089
Referee: Robert Whitton
13 November 2012 ReplayNuneaton Town (5)0–2Luton Town (5)Triton Showers Community Arena, Nuneaton
19:45 Report Rendell Goal 22'72' (pen.) Attendance: 1,596
Referee: Gavin Ward
3 November 2012 Portsmouth (3)0–2Notts County (3)Fratton Park, Portsmouth
15:00 Report Zoko Goal 45+1'
Arquin Goal 56'
Attendance: 7,560
Referee: Darren Sheldrake
3 November 2012 Bishop's Stortford (6)1–2Hastings United (7)Woodside Park, Bishop's Stortford
15:00 Johnson Goal 7' Report Ray Goal 70'
Attwood Goal 88'
Attendance: 1,212
Referee: Hiroyuki Kimura
3 November 2012 Fleetwood Town (4)3–0Bromley (6)Highbury Stadium, Fleetwood
15:00 Ball Goal 11'
Parkin Goal 17' (pen.)43' (pen.)
Report Attendance: 1,696
Referee: Ross Joyce
3 November 2012 Forest Green Rovers (5)2–3Port Vale (4)The New Lawn, Nailsworth
15:00 Norwood Goal 34'
Oshodi Goal 49'
Report Vincent Goal 7'
McDonald Goal 12'
Williamson Goal 80'
Attendance: 1,753
Referee: Philip Gibbs
3 November 2012 Torquay United (4)0–1Harrogate Town (6)Plainmoor, Torquay
15:00 Report Chilaka Goal 20' Attendance: 1,817
Referee: Wayne Barratt
3 November 2012 Bournemouth (3)4–0Dagenham & Redbridge (4)Dean Court, Bournemouth
15:00 McQuoid Goal 30'79'
Pugh Goal 59'
Fogden Goal 90+1'
Report Attendance: 5,827
Referee: Darren Deadman
3 November 2012 Morecambe (4)1–1Rochdale (4)Globe Arena, Morecambe
15:00 Fleming Goal 12' Report Kennedy Goal 72' Attendance: 1,839
Referee: Stephen Martin
13 November 2012 ReplayRochdale (4)0–1Morecambe (4)Spotland, Rochdale
19:45 Report McDonald Goal 44' Attendance: 1,675
Referee: Mark Heywood
3 November 2012 Swindon Town (3)0–2Macclesfield Town (5)County Ground, Swindon
15:00 Report Diagne Goal 63'
Thompson Goal 90' (o.g.)
Attendance: 6,408
Referee: Andy Davies
3 November 2012 Cheltenham Town (4)3–0Yate Town (8)Whaddon Road, Cheltenham
15:00 Thomas Goal 3' (o.g.)
Mohamed Goal 65'
Zebroski Goal 90+2'
Report Attendance: 3,055
Referee: David Phillips
3 November 2012 Coventry City (3)3–0Arlesey Town (7)Ricoh Arena, Coventry
15:00 Ball Goal 28'
Christie Goal 63'
Jennings Goal 89'
Report Attendance: 6,594
Referee: Kevin Wright
3 November 2012 York City (4)1–1AFC Wimbledon (4)Bootham Crescent, York
15:00 Reed Goal 62' Report Strutton Goal 80' Attendance: 2,752
Referee: Richard Clark
12 November 2012 ReplayAFC Wimbledon (4)4–3 (a.e.t.)York City (4)Kingsmeadow, Kingston upon Thames
19:45 Strutton Goal 34'78'
Harrison Goal 97'
Midson Goal 99'
Report Brown Goal 22' (o.g.)
Reed Goal 90'119'
Attendance: 1,954
Referee: Keith Stroud
3 November 2012 Bury (3)1–0Exeter City (4)Gigg Lane, Bury
15:00 Sodje Goal 35' Report Attendance: 1,821
Referee: Tony Harrington
3 November 2012 Chesterfield (4)6–1Hartlepool United (3)Proact Stadium, Chesterfield
15:00 Boden Goal 16'
Randall Goal 29'
Clay Goal 42'
Forbes Goal 54'
Lester Goal 79'
Westcarr Goal 90'
Report Sweeney Goal 78' Attendance: 3,083
Referee: Christopher Sarginson
3 November 2012 Doncaster Rovers (3)3–1Bradford Park Avenue (6)Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster
15:00 M. Woods Goal 27'
Hume Goal 36'
Brown Goal 76'
Report Marshall Goal 56' Attendance: 4,602
Referee: Jeremy Simpson
3 November 2012 Gillingham (4)4–0Scunthorpe United (3)Priestfield Stadium, Gillingham
15:00 Fish Goal 59'
Burton Goal 65'
Kedwell Goal 76' (pen.)
Birchall Goal 90+3'
Report Attendance: 4,017
Referee: Andy Woolmer
3 November 2012 Aldershot Town (4)2–1Hendon (7)Recreation Ground, Aldershot
15:00 Hylton Goal 57'85' Report Cracknell Goal 28' Attendance: 1,822
Referee: Simon Hooper
3 November 2012 Lincoln City (5)1–1Walsall (3)The 12th Man Sincil Bank Stadium, Lincoln
15:00 Taylor Goal 45+1' Report Bowerman Goal 87' Attendance: 2,032
Referee: Scott Duncan
13 November 2012 ReplayWalsall (3)2–3 (a.e.t.)Lincoln City (5)Banks's Stadium, Walsall
19:45 Taundry Goal 81'
Paterson Goal 120+2'
Report Power Goal 50'
Oliver Goal 102'118'
Attendance: 1,762
Referee: Graham Scott
3 November 2012 Wrexham (5)2–4Alfreton Town (5)Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
15:00 Ashton Goal 2' (pen.)
Wright Goal 85'
Report Clayton Goal 27'
Bradley Goal 60' (pen.)
Tomlinson Goal 79'90+2'
Attendance: 2,409
Referee: Nicholas Kinseley
3 November 2012 Southend United (4)3–0Stockport County (5)Roots Hall, Southend-on-Sea
15:00 Corr Goal 33'
Laird Goal 85'
Eastwood Goal 88'
Report Attendance: 3,084
Referee: Iain Williamson
3 November 2012 Crewe Alexandra (3)4–1Wycombe Wanderers (4)Alexandra Stadium, Crewe
15:00 Pogba Goal 19'
Ellis Goal 40'
Aneke Goal 62'
Murphy Goal 77'
Report Spring Goal 13' Attendance: 2,417
Referee: Andrew Madley
3 November 2012 Bristol Rovers (4)1–2Sheffield United (3)Memorial Stadium, Bristol
15:00 Clarkson Goal 5' Report Blackman Goal 53'
Porter Goal 62'
Attendance: 4,712
Referee: Fred Graham
3 November 2012 Mansfield Town (5)0–0Slough Town (8)One Call Stadium, Mansfield
15:00 Report Attendance: Jumpei Lida
Referee: 1,686
13 November 2012 ReplaySlough Town (8)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(
1–4 p)
Mansfield Town (5)Holloways Park, Beaconsfield
19:45 Bowden-Haase Goal 66' Report Woozley Goal 45+2' (o.g.) Attendance: 1,593
Referee: Andy D'Urso
Penalties
Swift Penalty scored
Burgess Penalty missed
Sonner Penalty missed
Penalty scored Clements
Penalty scored Briscoe
Penalty scored Rhead
Penalty scored Speight
3 November 2012 Barnet (4)0–2Oxford United (4)Underhill, London
15:00 Report Constable Goal 56'
Rigg Goal 80'
Attendance: 2,346
Referee: Tim Robinson
3 November 2012 Rotherham United (4)3–2Stevenage (3)New York Stadium, Rotherham
15:00 Bradley Goal 30'
Frecklington Goal 53'56'
Report Dunne Goal 58'
Morais Goal 72'
Attendance: 4,324
Referee: Eddie Ilderton
3 November 2012 AFC Fylde (7)1–4Accrington Stanley (4)Kellamergh Park, Warton
15:00 Farrell Goal 90' Report Hatfield Goal 32'45'77'86' Attendance: 1,213
Referee: David Coote
3 November 2012 Guiseley (6)2–2Barrow (5)Nethermoor Park, Guiseley
15:00 Brooksby Goal 14'
Boshell Goal 35'
Report Boyes Goal 44'
Hunter Goal 48'
Attendance: 1,605
Referee: Sebastian Stockbridge
13 November 2012 ReplayBarrow (5)1–0Guiseley (6)Furness Building Society Stadium, Barrow
19:45 Hunter Goal 90+2' Report Attendance: 1,402
Referee: Oliver Langford
3 November 2012 Northampton Town (4)1–1Bradford City (4)Sixfields, Northampton
15:00 Moult Goal 61' Report Atkinson Goal 32' Attendance: 2,512
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
13 November 2012 ReplayBradford City (4)3–3 (a.e.t.)
(4–2 p)
Northampton Town (4)Valley Parade, Bradford
19:45 Atkinson Goal 35'
Wells Goal 90' (pen.)
McHugh Goal 120+1'
Report Demontagnac Goal 43' (pen.)
Platt Goal 90+3'
Langmead Goal 109'
Attendance: 2,951
Referee: Mick Russell
Penalties
G. Jones Penalty scored
Atkinson Penalty scored
Darby Penalty scored
Ravenhill Penalty scored
Penalty scored Platt
Penalty missed East
Penalty missed Langmead
Penalty scored Hornby
3 November 2012 Preston North End (3)3–0Yeovil Town (3)Deepdale, Preston
15:00 Byrom Goal 38'
Amoo Goal 41'
Robertson Goal 70'
Report Attendance: 4,757
Referee: Andy Haines
3 November 2012 Carlisle United (3)4–2Ebbsfleet United (5)Brunton Park, Carlisle
15:00 Symington Goal 45+1'
Noble Goal 61'
Berrett Goal 81'
Garner Goal 87'
Report Elder Goal 58'
Howe Goal 90+3'
Attendance: 2,373
Referee: Darren Bond
4 November 2012 Burton Albion (4)3–3Altrincham (6)Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent
15:00 Diamond Goal 53'
Maghoma Goal 77'
Zola Goal 90+3'
Report Rodgers Goal 29'
Stanton Goal 34' (o.g.)
McCrory Goal 85' (o.g.)
Attendance: 1,989
Referee: Michael Bull
15 November 2012 ReplayAltrincham (6)0–2Burton Albion (4)Moss Lane, Altrincham
19:45 Report Palmer Goal 65'
Zola Goal 75'
Attendance: 2,428
Referee: Carl Boyeson
4 November 2012 Dorchester Town (6)1–0Plymouth Argyle (4)The Avenue Stadium, Dorchester
16:30 Gosling Goal 49' Report Attendance: 3,196
Referee: Lee Collins
13 November 2012 Braintree Town (5)0–3Tranmere Rovers (3)Cressing Road, Braintree
19:45 Report Thompson Goal 24'
Stockton Goal 53'
Power Goal 90'
Attendance: 1,503
Referee: Dean Whitestone
14 November 2012 Gloucester City (6)0–2Leyton Orient (3)Whaddon Road, Cheltenham
19:45 Report Mooney Goal 87'
Cox Goal 88'
Attendance: 1,381
Referee: Steven Rushton
30 November 2012 Bradford City (4)1–1Brentford (3)Valley Parade, Bradford
19:45 Hanson Goal 70' Report Donaldson Goal 43' Attendance: 3,620
Referee: Gary Sutton
18 December 2012 ReplayBrentford (3)4–2 (a.e.t.)Bradford City (4)Griffin Park, Brentford
19:45 Trotta Goal 45' (pen.)102'
Donaldson Goal 103'
Forrester Goal 106'
Report Reid Goal 34'
Connell Goal 94' (pen.)
Attendance: 2,643
Referee: Graham Scott
1 December 2012 Preston North End (3)2–0Gillingham (4)Deepdale, Preston
15:00 Monakana Goal 12'
Beavon Goal 38'
Report Attendance: 5,271
Referee: Trevor Kettle
1 December 2012 Bury (3)1–1Southend United (4)Gigg Lane, Bury
15:00 Doherty Goal 33' (pen.) Report Tomlin Goal 41' Attendance: 2,391
Referee: Andy Haines
11 December 2012 ReplaySouthend United (4)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–2 p)
Bury (3)Roots Hall, Southend-on-Sea
19:45 Tomlin Goal 63' Report Thompson Goal 59' Attendance: 3,043
Referee: Oliver Langford
Penalties
Eastwood Penalty scored
Clohessy Penalty scored
Hurst Penalty scored
Tomlin Penalty missed
Penalty scored Schumacher
Penalty scored Doherty
Penalty missed Worrall
Penalty missed Hewitt
Penalty missed Hughes
1 December 2012 Sheffield United (3)2–1Port Vale (4)Bramall Lane, Sheffield
15:00 Miller Goal 90'90+5' Report Pope Goal 33' Attendance: 10,215
Referee: Kevin Wright
1 December 2012 Carlisle United (3)1–3Bournemouth (3)Brunton Park, Carlisle
15:00 Beck Goal 72' Report Fogden Goal 30'
O'Kane Goal 36'
Pugh Goal 90'
Attendance: 2,980
Referee: Paul Tierney
1 December 2012 Crewe Alexandra (3)0–1Burton Albion (4)Alexandra Stadium, Crewe
15:00 Report Zola Goal 5' Attendance: 3,065
Referee: Graham Salisbury
1 December 2012 Luton Town (5)2–1Dorchester Town (6)Kenilworth Road, Luton
15:00 Gray Goal 30'
Lawless Goal 68'
Report Pugh Goal 71' Attendance: 3,287
Referee: Carl Berry
1 December 2012 Oldham Athletic (3)3–1Doncaster Rovers (3)Boundary Park, Oldham
15:00 Wabara Goal 45'
Derbyshire Goal 70'77'
Report Blake Goal 4' Attendance: 2,783
Referee: Nigel Miller
1 December 2012 Tranmere Rovers (3)2−1Chesterfield (4)Prenton Park, Birkenhead
15:00 Stockton Goal 42'
McGurk Goal 57'
Report Cooper Goal 31' Attendance: 3,781
Referee: Robert Madley
1 December 2012 Rotherham United (4)1–1Notts County (3)New York Stadium, Rotherham
15:00 Pringle Goal 42' Report Arquin Goal 32' Attendance: 7,903
Referee: Darren Drysdale
18 December 2012 ReplayNotts County (3)0–3Rotherham United (4)Meadow Lane, Nottingham
19:45 Report Pringle Goal 9'
Bradley Goal 22'
Nardiello Goal 41'
Attendance: 2,990
Referee: Darren Deadman
18 December 2012 Barrow (5)1–1Macclesfield Town (5)Holker Street, Barrow-in-Furness
19:45 Baker Goal 29' Report Charnock Goal 19' Attendance: 1,592
Referee: David Webb
29 December 2012 ReplayMacclesfield Town (5)4–1Barrow (5)Moss Rose, Macclesfield
15:00 Kissock Goal 7'
Holroyd Goal 16'
Barnes-Homer Goal 67'
Holroyd Goal 69'
Report Boyes Goal 17' Attendance: 1554
Referee: Phil Gibbs
1 December 2012 Accrington Stanley (4)3–3Oxford United (4)Crown Ground, Accrington
15:00 Lindfield Goal 25'
Beattie Goal 80'
Molyneux Goal 90+1'
Report Pittman Goal 12'
Constable Goal 86'
Raynes Goal 90+4'
Attendance: 1,195
Referee: Andy Woolmer
18 December 2012 ReplayOxford United (4)2–0Accrington Stanley (4)Kassam Stadium, Oxford
19:45 Constable Goal 66'
Leven Goal 79'
Report Attendance: 2,566
Referee: Simon Hooper
1 December 2012 Lincoln City (5)3–3Mansfield Town (5)The 12th Man Sincil Bank Stadium, Lincoln
13:00 Power Goal 45'66'
Taylor Goal 47'
Report Green Goal 21'
Briscoe Goal 53'
Rhead Goal 90+3'
Attendance: 4,127
Referee: Mark Haywood
12 December 2012 ReplayMansfield Town (5)2–1Lincoln City (5)One Call Stadium, Mansfield
19:45 Farman Goal 14' (o.g.)
Briscoe Goal 77'
Report Smith Goal 41' Attendance: 5,304
Referee: Darren Sheldrake
1 December 2012 Harrogate Town (6)1–1Hastings United (7)Wetherby Road, Harrogate
13:00 Platt Goal 41' Report Crellin Goal 61' Attendance: 2,986
Referee: Mark Brown
13 December 2012 ReplayHastings United (7)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 p)
Harrogate Town (6)The Pilot Field, Hastings
19:45 Carey Goal 47' (pen.) Report Platt Goal 89' Attendance: 4,028
Referee: Mike Russell
Penalties
Dixon Penalty scored
Whitehead Penalty scored
Carey Penalty scored
Attwood Penalty scored
Ellis Penalty missed
Okojie Penalty scored
Penalty scored Bolder
Penalty missed Platt
Penalty scored Allan
Penalty scored Hardy
Penalty scored Dean
Penalty missed Elam
1 December 2012 Coventry City (3)2–1Morecambe (4)Ricoh Arena, Coventry
15:00 McSheffrey Goal 38' (pen.)
Baker Goal 46'
Report Ellison Goal 77' Attendance: 6,339
Referee: Carl Boyeson
1 December 2012 Crawley Town (3)3–0Chelmsford City (6)Broadfield Stadium, Crawley
15:00 Adams Goal 23'
Clarke Goal 41'
Alexander Goal 89' (pen.)
Report Attendance: 3,012
Referee: Chris Sarginson
1 December 2012 Fleetwood Town (4)2–3Aldershot Town (4)Highbury Stadium, Fleetwood
15:00 Brown Goal 11'
Ball Goal 88'
Report Hylton Goal 19'75'
Vincenti Goal 45+1'
Attendance: 1,757
Referee: Phil Gibbs
2 December 2012 Milton Keynes Dons (3)2–1AFC Wimbledon (4)Stadium mk, Milton Keynes
12:30 Gleeson Goal 45'
Otsemobor Goal 90+1'
Report Midson Goal 59' Attendance: 16,459
Referee: Scott Mathieson
2 December 2012 Alfreton Town (5)2–4Leyton Orient (3)North Street, Alfreton
15:15 Paul Clayton Goal 4'
Tomlinson Goal 52'
Report Cox Goal 25'86'
Mooney Goal 30'36'
Attendance: 1,104
Referee: Robert Madley
3 December 2012 Cheltenham Town (4)1–1Hereford United (5)Whaddon Road, Cheltenham
19:45 Harrad Goal 16' Report O'Keefe Goal 20' Attendance: 5,070
Referee: Craig Pawson
11 December 2012 ReplayHereford United (5)1–2 (a.e.t.)Cheltenham Town (4)Edgar Street, Hereford
19:45 Clucas Goal 74' Report Harrad Goal 45+3' (pen.)
Mohamed Goal 114'
Attendance: 5,026
Referee: Dean Whitestone
5 January 2013 Crystal Palace (2)0–0Stoke City (1)Selhurst Park, Selhurst
15:00 Report Attendance: 13,693
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
15 January 2013 ReplayStoke City (1)4–1 (a.e.t.)Crystal Palace (2)Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
19:45 Jones Goal 69'
Walters Goal 95'110'
Jerome Goal 120'
Report Murray Goal 87' (pen.) Attendance: 11,617
Referee: Anthony Taylor
5 January 2013 Brighton & Hove Albion (2)2–0Newcastle United (1)Falmer Stadium, Falmer
12:30 Orlandi Goal 33'
Hoskins Goal 87'
Report Attendance: 21,740
Referee: Lee Probert
5 January 2013 Tottenham Hotspur (1)3–0Coventry City (3)White Hart Lane, Tottenham
15:00 Dempsey Goal 14'37'
Bale Goal 33'
Report Attendance: 35,766
Referee: Michael Naylor
5 January 2013 Wigan Athletic (1)1–1Bournemouth (3)DW Stadium, Wigan
15:00 Gómez Goal 70' Report O'Kane Goal 41' Attendance: 8,199
Referee: Robert Madley
15 January 2013 ReplayBournemouth (3)0–1Wigan Athletic (1)Dean Court, Bournemouth
19:45 Report Boselli Goal 18' Attendance: 8,890
Referee: Jonathan Moss
5 January 2013 Fulham (1)1–1Blackpool (2)Craven Cottage, Fulham
15:00 Karagounis Goal 80' Report Sylvestre Goal 60' Attendance: 14,473
Referee: Lee Mason
15 January 2013 ReplayBlackpool (2)1–2 (a.e.t.)Fulham (1)Bloomfield Road, Blackpool
20:00 Delfouneso Goal 82' Report Richardson Goal 90+4'
Hangeland Goal 116'
Attendance: 8,706
Referee: Andre Marriner
5 January 2013 Aston Villa (1)2–1Ipswich Town (2)Villa Park, Birmingham
15:00 Bent Goal 46'
Weimann Goal 83'
Report Chopra Goal 31' Attendance: 24,854
Referee: Jonathan Moss
5 January 2013 Charlton Athletic (2)0–1Huddersfield Town (2)The Valley, Charlton
15:00 Report Beckford Goal 11' Attendance: 6,657
Referee: Darren Drysdale
5 January 2013 Macclesfield Town (5)2–1Cardiff City (2)Moss Rose, Macclesfield
15:00 Barnes-Homer Goal 85'88' (pen.) Report Jarvis Goal 57' Attendance: 3,165
Referee: Andy Madley
5 January 2013 Barnsley (2)1–0Burnley (2)Oakwell, Barnsley
15:00 Rose Goal 85' Report Attendance: 5,091
Referee: Paul Tierney
5 January 2013 Manchester City (1)3–0Watford (2)Etihad Stadium, Manchester
15:00 Tevez Goal 25'
Barry Goal 44'
Lopes Goal 90+1'
Report Attendance: 46,821
Referee: Phil Dowd
6 January 2013 Swansea City (1)2–2Arsenal (1)Liberty Stadium, Swansea
13:30 Michu Goal 58'
Graham Goal 87'
Report Podolski Goal 81'
Gibbs Goal 83'
Attendance: 18,848
Referee: Howard Webb
16 January 2013 ReplayArsenal (1)1–0Swansea City (1)Emirates Stadium, London
19:30 Wilshere Goal 86' Report Attendance: 58,359
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
5 January 2013 Leicester City (2)2–0Burton Albion (4)King Power Stadium, Leicester
15:00 Wood Goal 3'
De Laet Goal 21'
Report Attendance: 14,463
Referee: Andy D'Urso
5 January 2013 Millwall (2)1–0Preston North End (3)The Den, South Bermondsey
15:00 Feeney Goal 31' Report Attendance: 5,364
Referee: Craig Pawson
7 January 2013 Cheltenham Town (4)1–5Everton (1)Whaddon Road, Cheltenham
19:45 Penn Goal 51' Report Jelavić Goal 12'
Baines Goal 21' (pen.)
Osman Goal 49'
Coleman Goal 58'
Fellaini Goal 89'
Attendance: 6,891
Referee: Kevin Friend
5 January 2013 Derby County (2)5–0Tranmere Rovers (3)Pride Park Stadium, Derby
15:00 Davies Goal 42'
Sammon Goal 54'
Brayford Goal 63'
Hendrick Goal 72'
Bennett Goal 87'
Report Attendance: 11,740
Referee: Mark Halsey
5 January 2013 Crawley Town (3)1–3Reading (1)Broadfield Stadium, Crawley
15:00 Adams Goal 1' Report Le Fondre Goal 13'49' (pen.)
Hunt Goal 44'
Attendance: 5,880
Referee: Anthony Taylor
5 January 2013 Aldershot Town (4)3–1Rotherham United (4)Recreation Ground, Aldershot
15:00 Hylton Goal 6'23'62' Report Frecklington Goal 71' (pen.) Attendance: 2,992
Referee: Gavin Ward
5 January 2013 Middlesbrough (2)4–1Hastings United (7)Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
15:00 Zemmama Goal 23'68'
Halliday Goal 47'
Miller Goal 85'
Report Goldberg Goal 69' Attendance: 12,579
Referee: Graham Salisbury
5 January 2013 Oxford United (4)0–3Sheffield United (3)Kassam Stadium, Oxford
15:00 Report McMahon Goal 17'
Kitson Goal 68'
Blackman Goal 87'
Attendance: 7,079
Referee: Carl Boyeson
5 January 2013 Southampton (1)1–5Chelsea (1)St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
15:00 Rodriguez Goal 17' Report Ba Goal 35'61'
Moses Goal 45+2'
Ivanović Goal 52'
Lampard Goal 83' (pen.)
Attendance: 27,813
Referee: Mike Dean
5 January 2013 Queens Park Rangers (1)1–1West Bromwich Albion (1)Loftus Road, Shepherd's Bush
15:00 Dyer Goal 90+1' Report Long Goal 78' Attendance: 8,984
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
15 January 2013 ReplayWest Bromwich Albion (1)0–1Queens Park Rangers (1)The Hawthorns, West Bromwich
20:00 Report Bothroyd Goal 75' Attendance: 11,184
Referee: Martin Atkinson
5 January 2013 Peterborough United (2)0–3Norwich City (1)London Road Stadium, Peterborough
15:00 Report E. Bennett Goal 30'
Jackson Goal 41'
Snodgrass Goal 70'
Attendance: 13,198
Referee: Stuart Attwell
6 January 2013 Mansfield Town (5)1–2Liverpool (1)Field Mill, Mansfield
16:00 Green Goal 79' Report Sturridge Goal 7'
Suárez Goal 59'
Attendance: 7,574
Referee: Andre Marriner
5 January 2013 Bolton Wanderers (2)2–2Sunderland (1)Reebok Stadium, Horwich
15:00 Lee Chung-Yong Goal 12'
Sordell Goal 48'
Report Wickham Goal 60'
Gardner Goal 75'
Attendance: 12,204
Referee: Michael Jones
15 January 2013 ReplaySunderland (1)0–2Bolton Wanderers (2)Stadium of Light, Sunderland
19:45 Report Sordell Goal 64' (pen.)73' Attendance: 17,505
Referee: Kevin Friend
5 January 2013 Nottingham Forest (2)2–3Oldham Athletic (3)City Ground, Nottingham
15:00 Smith Goal 13' (o.g.)
Sharp Goal 90+4'
Report Simpson Goal 54'58'
Baxter Goal 61'
Attendance: 11,293
Referee: Roger East
5 January 2013 West Ham United (1)2–2Manchester United (1)Boleyn Ground, Upton Park
17:15 Collins Goal 27'59' Report Cleverley Goal 23'
Van Persie Goal 90+1'
Attendance: 32,922
Referee: Martin Atkinson
16 January 2013 ReplayManchester United (1)1–0West Ham United (1)Old Trafford, Trafford
20:05 Rooney Goal 9' Report Attendance: 71,081
Referee: Phil Dowd
5 January 2013 Hull City (2)1–1Leyton Orient (3)KC Stadium, Kingston upon Hull
15:00 Proschwitz Goal 90+3' Report Mooney Goal 78' Attendance: 8,585
Referee: Iain Williamson
15 January 2013 ReplayLeyton Orient (3)1–2 (a.e.t.)Hull City (2)Matchroom Stadium, Leyton
19:45 Cox Goal 87' Report Proschwitz Goal 41'
Cairney Goal 117'
Attendance: 3,601
Referee: Graham Scott
5 January 2013 Blackburn Rovers (2)2–0Bristol City (2)Ewood Park, Blackburn
15:00 Murphy Goal 7'
G. Hanley Goal 58'
Report Attendance: 5,504
Referee: Nigel Miller
5 January 2013 Leeds United (2)1–1Birmingham City (2)Elland Road, Leeds
15:00 Becchio Goal 60' Report Elliott Goal 32' Attendance: 11,447
Referee: Chris Foy
15 January 2013 ReplayBirmingham City (2)1–2Leeds United (2)St Andrew's, Birmingham
19:45 Elliott Goal 36' Report McCormack Goal 70'
Diouf Goal 76' (pen.)
Attendance: 8,962
Referee: Andy Woolmer
5 January 2013 Southend United (4)2–2Brentford (3)Roots Hall, Southend-on-Sea
15:00 Corr Goal 39'54' Report Adeyemi Goal 29'
Cresswell Goal 38' (o.g.)
Attendance: 5,540
Referee: Dean Whitestone
15 January 2013 ReplayBrentford (3)2–1Southend United (4)Griffin Park, Brentford
19:45 Hayes Goal 26'
Donaldson Goal 76'
Report Corr Goal 69' Attendance: 6,526
Referee: Darren Drysdale
5 January 2013 Luton Town (5)1–0Wolverhampton Wanderers (2)Kenilworth Road, Luton
15:00 Lawless Goal 46' Report Attendance: 9,638
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
5 January 2013 Sheffield Wednesday (2)0–0Milton Keynes Dons (3)Hillsborough Stadium, Owlerton
15:00 Report Attendance: 11,462
Referee: Michael Oliver
15 January 2013 ReplayMilton Keynes Dons (3)2–0Sheffield Wednesday (2)Stadium mk, Milton Keynes
19:45 Williams Goal 28' (pen.)
Bowditch Goal 75'
Report Attendance: 6,782
Referee: Lee Collins
25 January 2013 Millwall (2)2–1Aston Villa (1)The Den, South Bermondsey
19:45 Shittu Goal 27'
Marquis Goal 89'
Report Bent Goal 22' Attendance: 15,007
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
26 January 2013 Stoke City (1)0–1Manchester City (1)Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
12:45 Report Zabaleta Goal 85' Attendance: 19,814
Referee: Howard Webb
26 January 2013 Norwich City (1)0–1Luton Town (5)Carrow Road, Norwich
15:00 Report Rendell Goal 80' Attendance: 26,521
Referee: Andre Marriner
26 January 2013 Macclesfield Town (5)0–1Wigan Athletic (1)Moss Rose, Macclesfield
15:00 Report Gómez Goal 7' (pen.) Attendance: 5,849
Referee: Roger East
26 January 2013 Derby County (2)0–3Blackburn Rovers (2)Pride Park Stadium, Derby
15:00 Report Kazim-Richards Goal 44'
Dann Goal 66'
Rhodes Goal 71'
Attendance: 14,013
Referee: Stuart Attwell
26 January 2013 Hull City (2)0–1Barnsley (2)KC Stadium, Kingston upon Hull
15:00 Report Dagnall Goal 70' Attendance: 9,932
Referee: Keith Stroud
26 January 2013 Middlesbrough (2)2–1Aldershot Town (4)Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
15:00 Jutkiewicz Goal 83'90+6' Report Hylton Goal 89' Attendance: 12,684
Referee: Andy Madley
26 January 2013 Brighton & Hove Albion (2)2–3Arsenal (1)Falmer Stadium, Falmer
15:00 Barnes Goal 33'
Ulloa Goal 62'
Report Giroud Goal 16'56'
Walcott Goal 85'
Attendance: 27,113
Referee: Michael Oliver
26 January 2013 Reading (1)4–0Sheffield United (3)Madejski Stadium, Reading
15:00 Hunt Goal 6'50'
Leigertwood Goal 40'
McCleary Goal 54'
Report Attendance: 14,715
Referee: Chris Foy
26 January 2013 Huddersfield Town (2)1–1Leicester City (2)John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield
15:00 Novak Goal 74' (pen.) Report Wood Goal 82' Attendance: 11,945
Referee: Anthony Taylor
12 February 2013 ReplayLeicester City (2)1–2Huddersfield Town (2)King Power Stadium, Leicester
19:30 Keane Goal 7' Report Clayton Goal 5'
Scannell Goal 75'
Attendance: 14,517
Referee: James Adcock
26 January 2013 Queens Park Rangers (1)2–4Milton Keynes Dons (3)Loftus Road, Shepherd's Bush
15:00 Bothroyd Goal 83'
Fábio Goal 90+2'
Report Traoré Goal 4' (o.g.)
Lowe Goal 40'
Harley Goal 50'
Potter Goal 56'
Attendance: 17,081
Referee: Mike Dean
26 January 2013 Bolton Wanderers (2)1–2Everton (1)Reebok Stadium, Horwich
15:00 Sordell Goal 27' Report Pienaar Goal 18'
Heitinga Goal 90+1'
Attendance: 18,760
Referee: Martin Atkinson
26 January 2013 Manchester United (1)4–1Fulham (1)Old Trafford, Trafford
17:30 Giggs Goal 3' (pen.)
Rooney Goal 50'
Hernández Goal 52'66'
Report Hughes Goal 77' Attendance: 72,596
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
27 January 2013 Brentford (3)2–2Chelsea (1)Griffin Park, Brentford
12:00 Trotta Goal 42'
Forrester Goal 73' (pen.)
Report Oscar Goal 55'
Torres Goal 83'
Attendance: 12,146
Referee: Jonathan Moss
17 February 2013 ReplayChelsea (1)4–0Brentford (3)Stamford Bridge, London
12:00 Mata Goal 55'
Oscar Goal 68'
Lampard Goal 71'
Terry Goal 81'
Report Attendance: 40,961
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
27 January 2013 Leeds United (2)2–1Tottenham Hotspur (1)Elland Road, Leeds
14:00 Varney Goal 15'
McCormack Goal 50'
Report Dempsey Goal 58' Attendance: 29,943
Referee: Kevin Friend
27 January 2013 Oldham Athletic (3)3–2Liverpool (1)Boundary Park, Oldham
16:00 Smith Goal 3'45'
Wabara Goal 48'
Report Suárez Goal 17'
Allen Goal 80'
Attendance: 10,295
Referee: Lee Probert
16 February 2013 Luton Town (5)0–3Millwall (2)Kenilworth Road, Luton
12:45 Report Henry Goal 12'
Hulse Goal 36'
N'Guessan Goal 86'
Attendance: 9,768
Referee: Lee Probert
16 February 2013 Milton Keynes Dons (3)1–3Barnsley (2)Stadium mk, Milton Keynes
15:00 Bowditch Goal 61' Report Dagnall Goal 3'90+1'
Harewood Goal 19'
Attendance: 14,475
Referee: Mike Jones
16 February 2013 Arsenal (1)0–1Blackburn Rovers (2)Emirates Stadium, London
15:00 Report Kazim-Richards Goal 72' Attendance: 60,070
Referee: Mike Dean
16 February 2013 Oldham Athletic (3)2–2Everton (1)Boundary Park, Oldham
18:00 Obita Goal 13'
Smith Goal 90+5'
Report Anichebe Goal 24'
Jagielka Goal 48'
Attendance: 9,473
Referee: Phil Dowd
26 February 2013 ReplayEverton (1)3–1Oldham Athletic (3)Goodison Park, Liverpool
19:45 Mirallas Goal 15'
Baines Goal 34' (pen.)
Osman Goal 62'
Report Smith Goal 64' Attendance: 32,688
Referee: Michael Oliver
17 February 2013 Manchester City (1)4–0Leeds United (2)Etihad Stadium, Manchester
14:00 Y. Touré Goal 5'
Agüero Goal 15' (pen.)74'
Tevez Goal 52'
Report Attendance: 46,849
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
17 February 2013 Huddersfield Town (2)1–4Wigan Athletic (1)John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield
15:55 Novak Goal 62' Report McManaman Goal 31'
Koné Goal 40'89'
McArthur Goal 56'
Attendance: 12,117
Referee: Michael Oliver
18 February 2013 Manchester United (1)2–1Reading (1)Old Trafford, Trafford
20:00 Nani Goal 69'
Hernández Goal 72'
Report McAnuff Goal 81' Attendance: 75,213
Referee: Andre Marriner
27 February 2013 Middlesbrough (2)0–2Chelsea (1)Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
19:45 Report Ramires Goal 51'
Moses Goal 73'
Attendance: 27,856
Referee: Martin Atkinson
9 March 2013 Everton (1)0–3Wigan Athletic (1)Goodison Park, Liverpool
12:45 Report Figueroa Goal 30'
McManaman Goal 31'
Gómez Goal 33'
Attendance: 35,068
Referee: Kevin Friend
9 March 2013 Manchester City (1)5–0Barnsley (2)Etihad Stadium, Manchester
17:30 Tevez Goal 11'31'50'
Kolarov Goal 27'
Silva Goal 65'
Report Attendance: 46,728
Referee: Anthony Taylor
10 March 2013 Millwall (2)0–0Blackburn Rovers (2)The Den, South Bermondsey
14:00 Report Attendance: 14,885
Referee: Martin Atkinson
13 March 2013 ReplayBlackburn Rovers (2)0–1Millwall (2)Ewood Park, Blackburn
19:30 Report Shittu Goal 42' Attendance: 8,635
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
10 March 2013 Manchester United (1)2–2Chelsea (1)Old Trafford, Trafford
16:30 Hernández Goal 5'
Rooney Goal 11'
Report Hazard Goal 59'
Ramires Goal 68'
Attendance: 75,196
Referee: Howard Webb
1 April 2013 ReplayChelsea (1)1–0Manchester United (1)Stamford Bridge, London
12:30 Ba Goal 49' Report Attendance: 40,704
Referee: Phil Dowd
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