FA CUP 4th ROUND WRAP: Wolves and Wigan must replay against lower league opposition; Birmingham and Portsmouth win their respective all Premiership clashes

Wigan Athletic just avoided a shock defeat at Notts County by battling back from two goals down to earn a 2-2 draw at Meadow Lane.

Wigan Athletic just avoided a shock defeat at Notts County by battling back from two goals down to earn a 2-2 draw at Meadow Lane.

Goals from Lee Hughes and Ben Davies had the Magpies in command at half-time, but the Latics hit back in the second half through Jason Scotland and Ben Watson.

Aston Villa beat Brighton 3-2 but had to work hard to progress.

The Seagulls were level at half-time after Tommy Elphick had cancelled out Nathan Delfouneso's early opener.

Villa regained the lead early in the second period through Ashley Young and Fabian Delph then added a third.

Nicky Forster netted Brighton's second in the dying seconds.

Accrington Stanley slipped to 3-1 home defeat to Fulham but more than matched their illustrious opponents.

Erik Nevland gave the Cottagers the lead but Stanley deservedly equalised before the break through in-demand striker Michael Symes.

However, Accrington were reduced to 10 men just before the break after Darran Kempson saw a second yellow.

Damien Duff and Zoltan Gera made certain of the visitors' place in the next round with two goals in the second half.

Birmingham's impressive form continues as in the all Premiership clash at Goodison Park they won 2-1 over Everton.

Christian Benitez and Barry Ferguson had the away side 2-0 up at the interval before Leon Osman pulled a goal back for the Toffees.

New Bolton boss Owen Coyle oversaw his first win as the Wanderers triumphed 2-0 over Championship Sheffield United at the Reebok Stadium.

Second-half goals from Gretar Steinsson and Johan Elmander were enough to see off the Blades.

Wolves required a late equaliser to grab a 2-2 draw with Championship Crystal Palace at Molineux.

Palace took an early lead through Alan Lee before Wolves restored parity from David Jones just before half time.

Palace regained the lead early after the break when Ambrose scored direct from a free kick.

Ronald Zubar took the tie to a replay with an 84th minute equaliser.

Financially challenge Portsmouth progressed with a 2-1 win over fellow Premier League competitors Sunderland at Fratton Park.

Darren Bent put the visitor's in front after 15 minutes.

But three minutes before half-time John Utaka's clever back-header levelled matters.

Pompey then took the lead in the 57th minute as Utaka got his second and decisive goal.

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