Remember this is their official Twitter stream
Not strictly FA Cup action but ...
Well I asked for a festival of goals, and it egged all over me. Lovely. Result of the night unmistakably was Peterborough 2-3 Kidderminster, shame the TV cameras didn't take a punt on the non-league boys, instead of a boring Fulham 3-0 Norwich affair.
Still, thanks for all your emails and that. Congrats to B-Russ for the half-time pub quiz victory and if you were wondering ...
Full time: MK Dons 1-3 Wigan
The holders are through after an extra-time win!
113 min: Wigan coasting now. Reports are coming in that they are going to sign Nicky Maynard to replace the outgoing Grant Holt. Looks a decent bit of business, that. He scored a lot of goals for a poor Bristol City side a couple of years back in the Championship.
Bit of news from Rene Meulensteen at Fulham press conference following their 3-0 win over Norwich.
Manager confirmed they have made West Ham an offer for Ravel Morrison. It has been turned down, apparently. That £67,500 has really gone to their heads.
Goal! MK Dons 1-3 Wigan (Fortuné 105)
Looks like game over in Milton Keynes, the holders are through to home tie against Crystal Palace. No penalty eggs for me. Or you. Not sure how that would play out on an MBM actually.
Whilst I'm waiting for MK Dons v Wigan updates - let's reflect on Kidderminster, without doubt the result of the night. Congrats! Joe Lolley got the winner for the Harriers, but is reportedly on his way to Huddersfield.
"We're in discussions and feel we're very close to concluding a deal," Huddersfield chairman Dean Hoyle confirmed. Booo! Surely stick around for Sunderland?
95 min: I've only really seen Wigan in the Europa League this season, but Nick Powell, on loan from Man Utd, has impressed me every time. That's his ninth of the season from midfield.
Goal! MK Dons 1-2 Wigan (Powell 93)
Powell gets his second of the game! If only that were a silver egg, Wigan would only have 12 mins to see out until half-time extra-time.
Full time results
Fulham 3-0 Norwich
Birmingham 3-0 Bristol Rovers
Bournemouth 4-1 Burton
Charlton 2-2 Oxford United
MK Dons 1-1 Wigan
Peterborough 2-3 Kiddersminster
Plymouth 2-3 Port Vale
Preston 3-2 Ipswich
Sheffield Wednesday 4-1 Macclesfield
Watford 2-0 Bristol City
We're into extra time with:
MK Dons v Wigan
And Charlton will travel to Oxford for their replay - tonight's game wasn't one- the game had twice been cancelled.
Full time: Peterborough 2-3 Kidderminster
Full time: Sheffield Wednesday 4-1 Macclesfield
'How bad are Norwich?' asks Alec McAuley. Very, on tonight's performance. Hooper aside, this was a strong side but they were toothless after the first five minutes.
Full time: Fulham 3-0 Norwich
Comfortable for the Londoners. They'll meet Sheffield United in the next round, and Arsenal on Saturday in the Prem. Will Darren Bent start after his goal? He was taken off with 20 to go, suggesting he might.
Goal! Sheffield Wednesday 3-1 Macclesfield (Johnson 85)
Captain Reda Johnson has killed Macclesfield's dreams. There goes their £67,500.
Fulham 3-0 Norwich
Birmingham 2-0 Bristol Rovers
Bournemouth 3-1 Burton
Charlton 2-2 Oxford United
MK Dons 1-1 Wigan
Peterborough 2-3 Kiddersminster
Plymouth 2-3 Port Vale
Preston 2-2 Ipswich
Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 Macclesfield
Watford 2-0 Bristol City
Goal! Charlton 2-2 Oxford (Kermorgant 82)
Charlton have pulled it back, from two goals down. Heartbreak for League Two Oxford, who might have been dreaming of .... Huddersfield.
Goal! Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 Macclesfield (Maghoma 77)
Meanwhile, in Yorkshire...
Goal! Peterborough 2-3 Kidderminster (Lolley 76)
Non-league Kidderminster are 14 minutes away from a fourth-round tie at Sunderland!
2-0 to Hyde!
Goal! Peterborough 2-2 Kidderminster (Assombalonga 72 pen)
The Harriers were 2-1 up after two quick goals after half time. Terribly from me, I missed that, which you can blame on a Sky Sports News advert break. Parity in Peterborough.
Goal! Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Macclesfield (Boden 65 pen)
The Silkmen are back in it. Surely not!
70 min: Elmander off, Becchi-ut-oh is on in a break in play, after Karagounis is booked for hacking Bradley Johnson.
Norwich's (now more than three, apparently) bellow out: "City til I die, I'm City til I die!" Steve must be pissed.
Goal! Fulham 3-0 Norwich (Sidwell 68)
Game over. Simple cross, again from Norwich's left, is curled to the back post and Steve Sidwell rises well above David Fox to head past Bunn. Sidwell has been excellent today, tackling as hassling all of Norwich's midfield three and looking composed on the ball.
63 min: I would like to see Wigan stay in the competition. They're currently a goal down to League One MK Dons. Fortuné and Espinoza up top for them today, but no joy. Grant Holt of course, has joined Aston Villa on loan from the Lancashire club
It's Welling 0-1 Hyde! The dream is alive! Come on boys!
58 min: Hangeland is back, baby! Coming right through the back of Elmander. Ooof! A proper tackle that. Nothing has happened in terms of goal action since the break.
Honourable mentions for the Half-time pub quiz go to David Hopkins, Peter Burden, Jonathan Hawke, Matt Shelton and Tom Carding who were all correct, but slower than B-Russ.
D-Hop was second, a minute off, so here's your namely namesake David Hopkin as a consolation, lurking at the end of a Chelsea wall in 1995, wearing an excellent orange kit to match his hair.
47 min: Scrappy start, Fulham are again assuming possession. Norwich have made one change: Van Wolfswinkel replacing Redmond
We're off again
Brian Russell is the winner!
Cities: London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Sheffield, Nottingham, Stoke.
Port Vale being in Stoke, of course.
The winner (first correct answer) gets a big thumbs up and a video of Channel 4's 'Tommo' Derek Thompson giving you a Alan Partridge-esque tour of the The Crown Hotel in Bawtry.
I won't give too much away, except there is a mirror-based segue Tommo uses.
Half time pub quiz
There are eight cities in England with more than one Premier League/Football League club. Can you name them?
Clue: seven cities are easy to get, one is trickier, but is in some way involved tonight. That is, if I haven't ballsed it up with a miscount.
Admissions via email, or Twitter please.
Half time scores
Fulham 2-0 Norwich
Birmingham 1-0 Bristol Rovers
Bournemouth 2-1 Burton
Charlton 0-2 Oxford United
MK Dons 1-0 Wigan
Peterborough 1-0 Kiddersminster
Plymouth 2-1 Port Vale
Preston 0-0 Ipswich
Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Macclesfield
Watford 1-0 Bristol City
At least at Craven Cottage. After a bright Norwich start, Fulham have settled, their two goals coming from good work down the right. 2-0.
Goal! Fulham 2-0 Norwich (Dejagah 41)
A very similar goal to the first. This time Kacaniklic is given a slide rule pass down Norwich's left - the Swede looks up and squares across the six-yard box to Dejagah to tucks an easy finish past Bunn. That was too easy, and Norwich are looking completely devoid of confidence.
This seems as good a time as any to post this ...
Goal! Birmingham 1-0 Bristol Rovers (Robinson 37)
Somebody help me.
Goal! Plymouth 1-1 Port Vale (Hugill 34)
I'm drowning in goals.
Goal! Bournemouth 1-1 Burton (Phillips 34)
Cherries are no longer one up
Goal! Watford 1-0 Bristol City (Osborne og 29)
Giuseppe Sannino might get just his second win as Watford manager here
28 min: It's been all Fulham since the goal. Kacaniklic is being a particular thorn in Norwich side, and a stud in Russell Martin's leg as the Swede follows through on a tackle.
Goal! Charlton 0-2 Oxford United (Davies 23)
Giantkilling ahoy, League Two Oxford are going bloody barmy in south London
Goal! Peterborough 1-0 Kidderminster (Rowe 22)
Another non-league side looking perilous here. Peterborough have lost the last four in League One but looking comfortable here.
I asked for FA Cup third-round memories of yesteryear, and that's exactly what i got.
Judging by tonight's showing at Craven Cottage, there are three die hard Norwich supporters, one presumably being Stephen Fry.
There are not many Fulham fans either, come to think of it.
Goal! Charlton 0-1 Oxford (Mullins 14)
Another upset on the cards! I'm going to do my best to get every goal on here, but gizzzaaachance yeah?
Goal! Fulham 1-0 Norwich (Bent 14)
That record looks set to continue. Bent scores a typical poachers finish, Kasami cutting the ball back down the right, and Norwich's defence deciding they didn't want to get anywhere near Bent, who lashed* home from about 8 yards. Bent scored at Carrow road as well.
11 min: Fulham have a promising free kick 30 yards from goal. No Berbs, no Taarabt (on the bench) so Kasami steps up. Straight at Bunn in the Norwich goal.
Goal! MK Dons 1-0 Wigan (Chadwick 9)
The holders are going out! At the moment, anyway. Former toothy Man Utd player Luke Chadwick got the goal.
Goal! Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Macclesfield (Maguire 6)
The dream might be already up for the non-league Silkmen, Wednesday continuing their good recent form, after their 6-0 thrashing of Leeds at the weekend.
Goal! Bournemouth 1-0 Burton (Pitmann 5)
Cherries are one up
4 min: Redmond has twice got the better of Richardson at left back. I've just been told it's 28 years since Norwich have beaten Fulham. Crikey.
Mark Judd piles on the pressure. 'I think you’ll find that as soon as fans discover the match is subject to MBM coverage then they will eschew the lure of watching the game live and follow the match via the magic prose of The Guardian MBMer. No pressure.'
2 min: Norwich are off to a flyer! Nathan Redmond has a shot well saved by Maarten Stekelenburg with Snodgrass collecting the rebound, cutting in on that lovely left, and bends one onto the crossbar! Very close
Right you are Joe Hamlen: 'It's just Birmingham or Rovers vs Swansea. Rovers took care of Crawley a week ago.'
Apologies, I copied off an old page of the official FA website.
In other non-FA Cup news, Hyde are playing Welling, looking for their first win of the season in the Conference. No wins, and four points from 27 games but at least they have a laugh on their official Twitter feed. I for one, will be rooting for them.
There is also this from @HaveHydeWonYet
Here is the fourth round draw that the participants have to look forward to, should they get through.
Sunderland v Kidderminster Harriers or Peterborough United
Huddersfield Town v Charlton Athletic or Oxford United
Port Vale or Plymouth Argyle v Brighton & Hove Albion
Nottingham Forest v Ipswich Town or Preston North End
Rochdale v Sheffield Wednesday or Macclesfield Town
Wigan Athletic or Milton Keynes Dons v Crystal Palace
Blackburn Rovers or Manchester City v Bristol City or Watford
Birmingham City or Bristol Rovers or Crawley Town v Swansea City
Sheffield United v Norwich City or Fulham
Team news - Norwich
An attacking, strong team for Chris Hughton - again keep your eyes peeled for Josh Murphy, whose identical twin Jacob Murphy is also on the bench. They've yet to play together but apparently Hughton can only tell them apart by their boots.
Team news - Fulham
As mentioned, for the smaller teams, replays are another payday, for the larger ones, another 90mins to knacker out what is left of your injury-prone and knackered squad – Fulham travel to top of the table Arsenal on Saturday in the Premier League and that's reflected by leaving out both Berbs and Scott Parker tonight.
Particularly interesting is their centre-back pairing - Hangeland returning to the side for the first time in three months partners Dan Burn, just his second appearance for Fulham following his debut in the 1-1 FA Cup draw against Norwich 10 days ago.
In my mind, the only silver goal/replay alternatives are:
'The Rouge', from the Sheffield Rules of 1862: in the event of a draw, an additional goal area is designated on either side of the goalposts, marked by flags. Teams would then score points for any shots passing through the area between the post and the flags.
NASL shootoff. Basically a one-on-one competition in which a player has five seconds to score from 35 seconds. Simple, but class. Finished compeitively in 1999.
How do y'all feel about replays anyway? It's an FA Cup tradition as old as time, but personally, I am a BIG fan of single legs and extra time, where the game is either stretched beyond all realms of tactical intention, or attack v defense, the latter holding out for the promised land of a penalty shootout.
Apart from the choice I make when I draw with one of my mates playing FIFA, it is a decision I have little control over, but if I had my way, I'd bring back the silver goal. Not as finite as the golden egg, but a hammerblow nonetheless. I may or may not be referring to goals as eggs for the remainder of the evening.
The Euro 2004 semi-final between Greece and Czech Republic remains the only competitive match to have been decided by a silver goal. My reckoning is that if there had been a replay, the Greeks would probably never have lifted the trophy that year.
Do you prefer the golden egg? Do you enjoy the replay? Have you any replay memories from yesteryear? Holla.
£67,500. That's the amount of FA prize money on offer for each team for winning tonight. That will only help Fulham pay Dimitar Berbatov's wages for just over four days if they can beat Norwich tonight but for the likes of Kiddersminster and Macclesfield (who need £150,000 before the end of the season to remain afloat), it would mean considerably more.
Last year's triumph for Wigan aside, the FA Cup is less romance and less magic; more cold, hard cash. The money from TV, from MBMs (cough) and from attendances in stadia far greater than their own is all a big lovely carrot for the boardrooms of the non-league (and lower league) lads.
But, rejoice! We are not chairmen of such teams (if you are, how's it going? Do get in touch)! We are the fans, who care of nothing else than GOALS GOALS GOALS, living and breathing every kick from the comfort of our sofas/train seats/beds, unless you are reading this on your phone from the terraces tonight (if so, how's it going? Do get in touch).
So get comfortable, pray that tonight's defenders are so tired from the congested fixture list that they forget how to defend, and enjoy this (potential) festival of goals, or at least a goalless draw that goes to penalties.