Which Games Are On TV? Your Guide To Weekend’s FA Cup Action

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The FA Cup third round got underway on Friday night as Tottenham Hotspur recorded a heavy 7-0 win away to Tranmere Rovers. 

The Premier League’s finest are all in action over the next few days as they look to secure passage to the fourth round.

Below you will find the full list of fixtures and the games which are being broadcast on television.

Saturday: 

Kick off 2 pm unless stated otherwise. 

Manchester United v Reading – 12.30pm – Live on BT Sport 2 

Blackpool v Arsenal – 5.30pm – Live on BT Sport 2

Shrewsbury Town v Stoke City – 12.30pm

AFC Bournemouth v Brighton & Hove Albion – 12.30pm

West Ham United v Birmingham City – 12.30pm

Burnley v Barnsley – 12.30pm

West Bromwich Albion v Wigan Athletic – 12.30pm

Bolton Wanderers v Walsall

Gillingham v Cardiff City

Brentford v Oxford United

Everton v Lincoln City

Chelsea v Nottingham Forest

Derby County v Southampton

Accrington Stanley v Ipswich Town

Fleetwood Town v AFC Wimbledon

Middlesbrough v Peterborough United

Aston Villa v Swansea City

Newcastle United v Blackburn Rovers – 5.30pm

Crystal Palace v Grimsby Town – 5.30pm

Bristol City v Huddersfield Town – 5.30pm

Norwich City v Portsmouth – 5.30pm

Sunday: 

Kick off 2 pm unless stated otherwise. 

Woking v Watford – Live on BT Sport 2

Newport County AFC v Leicester City – 4.30pm, Live on BBC1 and BBC Sport website

Millwall v Hull City

Preston North End v Doncaster Rovers

Fulham v Oldham Athletic AFC

Manchester City v Rotherham United

Queens Park Rangers v Leeds United AFC

Sheffield United v Barnet

Monday: 

Wolves v Liverpool – 7.45pm – Live on BBC 1 and BBC Sport website

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Author: Sean McMahon

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