FA Cup wrap: City come from behind, Stoke knocked out

English Premier League

Bolton 1-2 Huddersfield

Huddersfield saw off the challenge of Bolton with a 2-1 win.

Rajiv van La Parra put the Premier League side ahead before Danny Williams doubled their lead. Derik Osede scored for Bolton, but it proved little more than consolation.

Bournemouth 2-2 Wigan

Wigan held Bournemouth to a 2-2 draw, so nearly knocking the Cherries out altogether.

Will Grigg put the Latics ahead in the fourth minute before an Emerson Hyndman own goal doubled their advantage.

Second half goals from Lys Mousset and Steve Cook forced a replay.

Coventry 2-1 Stoke

Coventry stunned Premier League strugglers Stoke with a 2-1 win.

Jordan Willis opened the scoring, but Charlie Adam levelled for the Potters from the spot.

Jack Grimmer then scored in the 68th minute to send Stoke packing.

Exeter 0-2 West Brom

First half strikes from Salomon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez sealed progress for West Brom against Exeter.

Fulham 0-1 Southampton

James Ward-Prowse’s 29th minute winner gave Southampton victory over Fulham.

Manchester City 4-1 Burnley

Manchester City came back from behind to thump Burnley.

Burnley took a shock lead through Ashley Barnes in the 25th minute.

However, Sergio Aguero netted twice to put City back in front before Leroy Sané and Bernardo Silva wrapped up the rout.

Newcastle United 3-1 Luton

Newcastle saw off Luton to progress to the fourth round.

Ayoze Perez scored the first two goals for the Magpies before Jonjo Shelvey added another before the break.

Danny Hylton scored in the 49th minute, but this was just a consolation strike for Luton.

Watford 3-0 Bristol City

Goals from André Carrillo, Troy Deeney and Ettiene Capoue saw Watford to a comfortable win over Bristol City.

Wolverhampton 0-0 Swansea

Struggling Swansea were held to a goalless stalemate by Wolves.

Fleetwood Town 0-0 Leicester City

Fleetwood Town earned themselves a replay after holding Leicester to a goalless draw in the first match on Saturday afternoon.