Birmingham City 0-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Birmingham and Wolves played out a dismal goalless draw at St Andrews and now face a replay to decide who will go through to Round 4.
There were changes galore for both sides, who seem to be prioritising their respective relegation battles over West Midlands bragging rights in this FA Cup Third Round tie.
It was Birmingham who started the brighter of the two sides with Adam Rooney and Nathan Redmond proving to be a constant threat with their pace and driving running, but the Wolves defence stood firm and Dorus De Vries remained untested throughout a poor first half.
The game began to liven up after the interval with good chances at either end in the early stages of a slightly improved second half.
The first real chance of the game came for Rooney whose point blank range volley was heading for the back of the net when Wolves debutant Eggert Jonsson put his body on the line to keep it out with a superb block.
Arguably the best chance of the match fell to Sylvan Ebanks-Blake just before the hour mark as Michael Kightly's cut back found the striker in acres of space in the box but he couldn't keep his shot down as he swept the ball over the bar from 12 yards.
There were a few more minor glimmers at either end with Redmond going close on a few occasions and a late Steven Fletcher header from four yards was saved brilliantly by Colin Doyle.
There will be a replay at Molineaux though to decide who will take their place in Round Four of the FA Cup.