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Wolverhampton Wanderers' David Edwards, left, battles for the ball with Tottenham Hotspur's Emmanuel Adebayor during the English Premier League soccer match at White Hart Lane, London, Saturday Jan. 14, 2012. The match ended in a 1-1 draw.

LONDON — Wolverhampton Wanderers may yet trade divisions with Birmingham at the end of the season, but the relegation-threatened Premier League club will get a chance to put its local rival in its place when they meet in the FA Cup on Wednesday.

The central England sides will replay their third-round match at Molineux after a 0-0 draw on Jan. 7.

Wolves are just a point above the Premier League relegation zone and Birmingham is just outside the second tier's playoff places following a 6-0 win at Millwall on the weekend.

But Wolves showed they can compete with form sides by drawing 1-1 at Tottenham on Saturday and manager Mick McCarthy says "we have been harder to beat in recent weeks."

Leicester also hosts Nottingham Forest among Tuesday's five replays.