Swansea City 8-1 Notts County
Swansea recorded their biggest-ever FA Cup win as Notts County were demolished 8-1 at the Liberty Stadium.
First-half braces from Tammy Abraham and Nathan Dyer, as well as second-half efforts from Kyle Naughton, Wayne Routledge, Tom Carroll and debutant Daniel James, saw Swansea cruise into a last-16 tie away to manager Carlos Carvalhal’s former club Sheffield Wednesday.
Noor Husin gave County brief hope, making it 3-1 after 35 minutes, but the Sky Bet League Two promotion contenders were blown away on a freezing night in south Wales.
It also gave County an unwanted spot in Swansea history, the margin of defeat bigger than the 7-2 and 6-1 FA Cup scorelines inflicted on Folkestone and Rhyl.
Rochdale 1-0 Millwall
Rochdale booked their place in the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 1-0 win against Championship side Millwall at the Crown Oil Arena.
Neil Harris’ Lions never got going in this fourth-round replay played on a difficult, sandy surface.
Ian Henderson netted the game’s only goal eight minutes into the second half to set up a fifth-round clash with either Tottenham or Newport.
Birmingham City 1-4 Huddersfield Town
Huddersfield came from behind to win 4-1 at Birmingham after extra-time, which set up a home fifth-round tie against Manchester United.
Birmingham had taken the lead on 52 minutes when Che Adams turned on the edge of the penalty area to drill in a low shot.
Huddersfield, though, were soon level when Blues defender Marc Roberts inadvertently knocked the ball past keeper David Stockdale for an own goal following a scramble in the six-yard box.
With neither side able to conjure a winner, the tie went to extra-time, and Steve Mounie soon headed the Premier League side in front on 94 minutes.
Dutchman Rajiv van la Parra scored from a rebound to swiftly make it 3-1, before Tom Ince drove in a fourth on 106 minutes to secure the Terriers a clash against United.