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Summary

  1. Replay will take place at Villa Park
  2. Remi Garde still waiting for first win
  3. Westwood penalised for Wycombe penalty
  4. Jacobson sent keeper wrong way to level
  5. GET INVOLVED: Use #bbcfacup

Live Reporting

By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Wycombe's players slap backs and salute their fans. There is a nice scene as Joe O'Nien hurdles the hoardings to hug his friends and family with a broad grin.

    The start of our report on the game is up here.

    We are pumping out all the news and goals from around the FA Cup grounds right here.

    See you there.

  2. Get Involved

    #BBCFACup

    Aidan Mifsud: Well at least we have the chance for a "confidence boosting win" at home to Wycombe. #AVFC #bbcfacup.

    Nath B: I hope Randy Lerner is watching this, consumed by guilt. #bbcfacup.

  3. No Premier League ability from Villa

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Adams Park

    "You can understand the frustration and disappointment of the Aston Villa fans.

    "Villa dealt with the onslaught at the beginning of the first half and took the lead.

    "Wycombe came out the same way in the scone and got their equaliser. the draw is a fair result.

    "Villa did not show the Premier League skill or ability. It looked at one point they had control of the game but that quickly disappeared. As soon as they conceded, they did not recover from that, they did not take the game to Wycombe. 

    "The financial rewards are great for Wycombe. What a horrendous game it will be for Aston Villa in the replay at Villa Park with the form they have had their this season."

  4. Post update

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Remi Garde's wait for his first win as Aston Villa boss goes on. He has been in the job more than two months.

  5. FULL-TIME

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Aaron Pierre hammers the clearance high and far and that is the final touch.

  6. Post update

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    A late Aston Villa corner. Suddenly there are nerves all around Adams Park...

  7. Get Involved

    #BBCFACup

    Paul Cate: #bbcfacup *some joke about Villa being the underdogs*

    Fraser Doig: Do have to worry for a Premier League team that can only manage three shots on target in 85+ minutes against a League Two outfit #bbcfacup.

  8. Post update

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Michael Harriman picks up a late yellow for a foul.

    Just a minute of injury-time to go.

  9. Post update

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Jordan Ayew's cross is snaffled by Alex Lynch in the Wycombe goal.

    Time ticking away...

  10. Post update

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Brian Little

    Former Aston Villa player & manager on BBC WM 95.6

    “You can see who had a more effective half-time conversation because Wycombe have come out the more hungry side, you wold have thought Garde would have said do more of the same but they haven’t shown the intensity of the first half.”     

  11. Villa won't want a replay

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Clive Allen

    BBC Radio 5 live at Adams Park

    "This is a must win game for Aston Villa. The way they have been playing at Villa Park this season, they would not want a replay."

  12. Post update

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Jordan Ayew likes a run. He hogs the ball like the playground's best player as he takes on the Wycombe defence solo.

    It almost comes off, but Aaron Pierre is too strong, shepherding him out for a goal-kick.

    Two to go.

  13. Get Involved

    #BBCFACup

    Philip Whitehead: You can take the player out of non-league... Sam Wood will always be a favourite for me. Goal vs Wimbledon in 2004 is a great memory #bbcfacup.

    Paul Collins: Never have I seen two teams as poor with controlling a football as these two are. Appalling. Villa are pathetic. #bbcfacup.

    Johnathan Dudley: #bbcfacup. Come on Wycombe. All of Birmingham and the Black Country proper football fans praying for a winner!

  14. Post update

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Is there a winner in this one?

    If not, Joe Jacobson's penalty is booking us in for a replay at Villa Park.

    You can see that goal, and Micah Richards opener, at the top of this page under the live coverage tab. 

    Lovely stuff. 

  15. Get Involved

    #BBCFACup

    Phil Knox: Just seen Zippy and Bungle in the crowd. Bring them on up front for Villa. #bbcfacup.

    Paul: I love a good cup upset. Hope Villa can hold on for a replay #bbcfacup.

    RJ: Looks like Villa has ruined my acca before it began, always risky betting with Villa #bbcfacup.

  16. Villa building momentum

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at Adams Park

    Aston Villa looking the more likely as this FA Cup third round tie enters the last 10 minutes - but Wycombe will also feel they may get one more chance to expose the flaws in Remi Garde's side.

    This has had all the classic FA Cup ingredients. Can it now provide the big finale?

    Ashley Westwood
  17. SUBSTITUTION

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Wycombe make a change as captain Matt Bloomfield is hooked for Stephen McGinn.

    He returns plenty of the applause that comes his way as he heads off.

  18. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Well, that took the scenic route.

    Rudy Gestede's scruffy shot from the edge of the box, deflects off the bottom of Aaron Pierre studs, into the turf and loops back up and against the apex of post and bar from 25 yards.

    Villa are coming on strong.

    Rudy Gestede
  19. Post update

    Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa

    Jordan Ayew shows a bit of class off the bench.

    The Aston Villa substitute turns Joe O'Nien so thoroughly that the Wycombe defender can see his own appendix before drilling just wide from the edge of the box.

    Will squad strength in depth get this tie done for Villa today?

  20. Reach for the sky

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at Adams Park

    Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth is pointing to the sky. Don't think he's passing his verdict on the shocking weather - you suspect he is advising his players to take the aerial route to the FA Cup fourth round.