Video: Swansea's fourth-round wins from the last decade

25th January 2019
First team

Swansea City host Gillingham in the FA Cup on Saturday as they look to reach the last-16 stage of the competition for the second season in succession.

The Swans have advanced from the fourth round on three previous occasions over the last decade and here you can watch some of the memorable moments from wins over Portsmouth, Birmingham and Notts County.

Ten years ago the Swans dumped holders Pompey out at Fratton Park thanks to first-half goals from Nathan Dyer and Jason Scotland, with keeper Dimi Konstantopoulos pulling off a string of fine saves at the other end.

In 2014, Michael Laudrup's side came from a goal down to beat Birmingham at St Andrew's. The Blues - who had knocked the Swans out of the League Cup earlier in the season - thought they were set for a double over their visitors when Lee Novak put them ahead.

But the introduction of Wilfried Bony from the bench turned the game, with the Ivorian steering home the equaliser from Roland Lamah's cross, before keeping his cool to fire home the winner.

And, in 2018, the Swans eased to a comfortable 8-1 win over Notts County in a replay at the Liberty Stadium. It was the Swans' biggest-ever win in the FA Cup as Tammy Abraham and Nathan Dyer netted two apiece, with Kyle Naughton, Wayne Routledge, Tom Carroll and Daniel James also on the scoresheet.