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The referee ends the match.
David Jones takes a shot. Save by Neil Sullivan.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jody Craddock by John Oster. Direct free kick taken by Marcus Hahnemann.
David Jones challenges George Friend unfairly and gives away a free kick. Sam Hird restarts play with the free kick.
A cross is delivered by Dean Shiels.
Corner taken right-footed by Dean Shiels.
Geoffrey Mujangi Bia gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Mark Wilson. Free kick taken by Mark Wilson.
Steve Brooker joins the action as a substitute, replacing Billy Sharp.
Kevin Doyle leaves the field to be replaced by Sam Vokes.
Steven Fletcher goes off and Stephen Ward comes on.
Matthew Jarvis grabs a goal from close in to the bottom right corner of the goal. Wolverhampton 4-0 Doncaster.Assist on the goal came from Karl Henry.
Unfair challenge on Karl Henry by Sam Hird results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Karl Henry.
James Chambers goes off and George Friend comes on.
Matthew Jarvis fires in a goal from close in to the bottom right corner of the goal. Wolverhampton 4-0 Doncaster.
Dennis Souza is brought on as a substitute for James Coppinger.
Matthew Jarvis takes the inswinging corner, clearance made by James O'Connor.
The official flags Billy Sharp offside. Indirect free kick taken by Marcus Hahnemann.
Matthew Jarvis replaces Stephen Hunt.
Jody Craddock fouled by Dean Shiels, the ref awards a free kick. Marcus Hahnemann restarts play with the free kick.
Kevin Doyle gets on the score sheet with a goal from deep inside the penalty box to the bottom left corner of the goal. Wolverhampton 3-0 Doncaster.Stephen Hunt provided the assist for the goal.
Jody Craddock challenges James Hayter unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by James Hayter.
A goal is scored by Geoffrey Mujangi Bia from close range high into the middle of the goal. Wolverhampton 2-0 Doncaster.The assist for the goal came from Kevin Doyle.
Geoffrey Mujangi Bia finds the net with a goal from inside the six-yard box high into the middle of the goal. Wolverhampton 2-0 Doncaster.
John Oster gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Karl Henry. Marcus Hahnemann takes the free kick.
Foul by Steven Mouyokolo on James Hayter, free kick awarded. Dean Shiels restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Ronald Zubar by James Chambers. Direct free kick taken by Ronald Zubar.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Stephen Hunt. Neil Sullivan takes the indirect free kick.
Steven Fletcher has a shot on goal from long range that goes wide left.
James Coppinger takes a outswinging corner from the right by-line to the near post, Steven Fletcher manages to make a clearance.
Dean Shiels delivers the ball, clearance made by Steven Mouyokolo.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Dean Shiels from the left by-line.
The referee starts the second half.
The half-time whistle blows.
Inswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Stephen Hunt, Kevin Doyle has a header from deep inside the six-yard box and clears the crossbar.
Shot from long range by Geoffrey Mujangi Bia misses to the right of the goal.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Richard Stearman on Dean Shiels. Free kick taken by Mark Wilson.
Shot by Kevin Doyle went wide left of the goal.
James Coppinger takes a shot. Save by Marcus Hahnemann.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Steven Mouyokolo on James Hayter. Direct free kick taken by Dean Shiels.
Effort from the edge of the area by Geoffrey Mujangi Bia goes wide of the right-hand post.
Ronald Zubar is ruled offside. Free kick taken by Sam Hird.
Stephen Hunt fouled by James O'Connor, the ref awards a free kick. Marcus Hahnemann restarts play with the free kick.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Steven Fletcher. Free kick taken by Neil Sullivan.
Mark Wilson gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Stephen Hunt. Direct free kick taken by Stephen Hunt.
Karl Henry concedes a free kick for a foul on Dean Shiels. Adam Lockwood restarts play with the free kick.
The referee blows for offside. Sam Hird restarts play with the free kick.
Effort from a long way out by Geoffrey Mujangi Bia goes wide right of the goal.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Billy Sharp on Jody Craddock. Jody Craddock takes the free kick.
Geoffrey Mujangi Bia produces a right-footed shot from long range which goes wide right of the goal.
Corner taken right-footed by Mark Wilson, clearance made by Kevin Doyle.
John Oster fouled by Steven Fletcher, the ref awards a free kick. Sam Hird restarts play with the free kick.
Steven Fletcher is ruled offside. Indirect free kick taken by Mark Wilson.
Dean Shiels challenges David Jones unfairly and gives away a free kick. Karl Henry takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on James Hayter by Steven Mouyokolo. James O'Connor restarts play with the free kick.
Ronald Zubar produces a right-footed shot from long range which goes wide right of the goal.
Headed from the edge of the area by James Hayter goes wide of the left-hand upright.
James Hayter fouled by Karl Henry, the ref awards a free kick. Neil Sullivan restarts play with the free kick.
Stephen Hunt takes the inswinging corner, Sam Hird manages to make a clearance.
Geoffrey Mujangi Bia has an effort at goal and missed to the left of the goal.
Steven Fletcher grabs a headed goal from deep inside the penalty area. Wolverhampton 1-0 Doncaster.The assist for the goal came from Stephen Hunt.
Corner taken short by James Coppinger.
Centre by James Coppinger.
Billy Sharp takes a shot. Save by Marcus Hahnemann.
James Hayter concedes a free kick for a foul on Karl Henry. Free kick taken by Marcus Hahnemann.
The referee starts the match.
Wolves skipper Karl Henry and central defender Jody Craddock will return to the starting line-up after lengthy injury lay-offs for the FA Cup fourth round replay with Doncaster at Molineux.
Midfielder Henry made his comeback after a two-month lay-off with a knee injury as a substitute against Manchester City at Eastlands on Saturday.
Craddock has been sidelined with a hip problem since mid-October.
Midfielder David Edwards is still unavailable with a hamstring injury and full-back George Elokobi serves the second game of a three-match ban.
McCarthy accepts staying in the Premier League is the priority but wants to remain in the cup and build on Wolves' recent revival in terms of performances and results.
He said: "We want to win. We all know getting into and staying in the Premier League is worth so much money to the clubs that it has diluted the FA Cup.
"There is no question about that but it is a game of football and I'd love to still be in the FA Cup on Wednesday morning. I'm not giving that up lightly. It is funny in the early rounds, people want to protect a few players and are mindful of big games coming up.
"That is whether you are a newly-promoted team or one that wants to stay in the league, or win the Premier League. Later on, it gets a bit more important because it is still the best knockout trophy without any shadow of a doubt.
This is still the best one."
Doncaster will be without new loan signing Matt Kilgallon.
Kilgallon made his debut on Saturday in the home defeat to Reading after arriving on loan from Sunderland until the end of the season.
Another on-loan defender, Southampton's Joseph Mills, is doubtful due to a knee injury that forced him out of Saturday's 3-0 defeat.
If Mills fails to make it George Friend will make his first start since the win at Scunthorpe in mid-October, while O'Driscoll could be tempted to recall right-back James Chambers to his back line and revert to a 4-4-2 formation.
Otherwise, O'Driscoll has no other new injury or suspension problems as his side bid to reach the fourth round for the third successive year.
Five-star Wolves ease through
Wolves cruised into the fourth round of the FA Cup after brushing aside Doncaster's relatively feeble challenge with a 5-0 win.
Stephen Fletcher set Wolves on their way in the fifth minute with his sixth goal of the season, and although Rovers remained in the hunt up until the hour mark, they fell apart from that point.
In front of a sparse 10,031 Molineux crowd, those in attendance were at least warmed on a chilly night with further goals from Geoffrey Mujangi Bia, Kevin Doyle, Matt Jarvis and David Jones.
It could have been so very different if Doncaster had taken the one gilt-edged chance that came their way in the third minute.
In tinkering with his back four, as Wolves boss Mick McCarthy opted to do, there was scope for trouble.
In resting Stephen Ward and with George Elokobi suspended from the initial tie at the Keepmoat Stadium following his red card in that 2-2 draw, McCarthy was effectively without a recognised left-back.
It resulted in him switching Ronald Zubar from right-back to left and bringing in Stephen Mouyokolo to fill the vacancy, with both men playing in their new positions for the first time.
After 16 matches on the sidelines with a hip injury, Jody Craddock was restored to the centre of defence, leaving Christophe Berra on the bench.
So it was with a degree of consternation for a few fleeting moments that Wolves' untried backline was tested so early in the game.
Dean Shiels, a late replacement for Martin Woods who suffered a groin strain in the warm-up, delivered a delightful low cross in behind the new-look Wolves rearguard for Billy Sharp to run onto.
With only Marcus Hahnemann to beat, the 11-goal forward could only rifle his drive against the advancing American.
The importance of such a save and Sharp's effective miss became all too apparent just two minutes later as Wolves scored the only goal of the first half.
Doyle initially combined with Stephen Hunt down the left, with the latter then whipping in a piercing delivery for Fletcher to glance home from eight yards beyond Neil Sullivan.
The remainder of the half then belonged to Wolves who were far more the imposing side, save for one header from James Hayter in the 11th minute that was narrowly wide.
Instead, it was the Barclays Premier League side who should have headed into the break with a more comfortable advantage against their npower Championship opponents.
Zubar and Mujangi Bia, a 21-year-old Belgian-born midfielder making only his third start, initially went close with edge-of-the-area drives either side of Hayter's effort.
Mujangi Bia followed that up with a right-foot curler from 25 yards that was inches beyond Sullivan's left-hand post before missing a sitter 11 minutes from the interval.
Breaking from deep via a move sparked by Doyle, Mujangi Bia played an incisive one-two with Fletcher, but with the goal at his mercy from 12 yards he could only blaze his chance over the bar.
Recognising it was a golden opportunity for Wolves to carve out a 2-0 lead, Mujangi Bia was given a playful kick up the backside from Hunt as retribution.
Mercifully for Wolves it did not prove costly as Mujangi Bia gained his just reward for his industry by finishing off a 61st-minute move with a powerful 12-yard drive for his first goal for the club.
Doyle had been the supplier on that occasion with a low cross from the left, and five minutes later he again shaped as if to play the role of provider from a similar position after turning James Chambers inside out.
But instead, arguably catching Sullivan by surprise, the Republic of Ireland striker squeezed an acutely-angled shot in off the right post for what was also his sixth goal of the season.
The comfortable scoreline allowed McCarthy to make the first of his substitutions, with Hunt replaced by Jarvis in the 69th minute, and five minutes later the midfielder added further emphasis to the scoreline.
Centre-back Richard Stearman played Jarvis into space and he finished expertly with a sidefoot shot beyond Sullivan for his first goal since mid-October.
Wolves were not finished, though, and in the third minute of injury time Jones swept home a Jarvis corner from 16 yards to give the midlands club their biggest win since a 6-0 victory over Gillingham in March 2003.
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