Take a look towards the bottom of the page, it states:
"Meanwhile, the FA has also revealed it is confident England's major clubs will not start using a little-known to rule to avoid FA Cup replays.
The rule, which has not been used in the competition proper for over half a century, was designed to help small clubs in the very early stages of the competition avoid expensive replays.
It allows sides to play extra-time to try and resolve ties, although if the teams were level after 120 minutes a penalty shoot-out would not be allowed and a replay would still then have to take place.
With Manchester United and Tottenham both severely hampered by injuries and facing a fixture backlog there had been suggestions they might invoke the rule."
What do you think? I would welcome it, although it would mean I wouldn't get out of O.T. for another 45 mins later (less time boozing in town), but it would save the aggro of a replay.