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Jon Super, Associated Press
Bolton's Kevin Davies, right, smiles after scoring against Macclesfield during their English FA Cup Third Round replay soccer match at The Reebok Stadium, Bolton, England, Tuesday Jan. 17, 2012.

LONDON — Danny Gabbidon headed in Shaun Wright-Phillips' corner kick in the 73rd minute, and Queens Park Rangers beat the third-tier MK Dons 1-0 in a replay Tuesday night to reach a fourth-round matchup against London rival Chelsea in the FA Cup.

Bolton also reached the last 32 of soccer's oldest knockout competition, defeating fourth-tier Macclesfield 2-0 on goals by Kevin Davies in the first minute and Martin Petrov in the 26th. Bolton will play Swansea next in another all-Premier League match on Jan. 28.

Second-tier League Championship teams Leicester and Millwall also progressed from replays on Tuesday.

Leicester routed Nottingham Forest 4-0 behind a Jermaine Beckford hat trick and will play fourth-tier team Swindon. Millwall will host fellow League Championship team Southampton after defeating Dagenham & Redbridge 5-0 as Darius Henderson scored three goals.