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Every FA Cup match on TV this weekend and how to watch

The FA Cup third round is well underway after the first set of games took place on Thursday and Friday. 

Fulham and Spurs booked their place in the next round following wins over Rotherham United and Burnley respectively, while Crystal Palace and Everton have to do it all again in a replay, as will Brentford and Wolves after both games finished in a draw.

There is still a heap of FA Cup action this weekend though, with another 28 ties to go. Only seven of those matches will be broadcast live, so we have everything you need to know when it comes to what TV channel or live stream to tune into in the UK right here.

Every FA Cup third round match on TV and how to watch:

Saturday, January 6

  • Sunderland vs Newcastle United – 12.45pm

TV Channel: ITV1, ITVX, STV, STV player.

  • Middlesbrough vs Aston Villa – 5.30pm

TV Channel: BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website.

  • Chelsea vs Preston North End

TV Channel: BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website.

Sunday, January 7

  • Man City vs Huddersfield Town – 2pm

TV Channel: BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website.

  • Shrewsbury Town vs Wrexham – 2pm

TV Channel: BBC iPlayer, S4C, S4C Online. 

  • Arsenal vs Liverpool – 4.30pm

TV Channel: BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website.

Monday, January 8

  • Wigan Athletic vs Manchester United – 8pm

TV Channel: ITV1, ITVX, STV, STV player.

Read – Five great cup clashes between Arsenal and Liverpool

See Also – Five of the biggest FA Cup third round upsets

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