FA Cup third round LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, teams, kick-off times for action-packed day – latest updates

BOTH Manchester United and Arsenal are in action this afternoon while Everton host Rotherham and Chorley play Derby.

The early fixtures on Saturday include:

  • Boreham Wood vs Millwall – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 3)
  • Everton vs Rotherham – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 2)
  • Luton Town vs Reading – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 6)
  • Norwich vs Coventry – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 5)
  • Nottingham Forest vs Cardiff – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 4)
  • Chorley vs Derby County – 12.15pm (BT Sport 1)

Follow ALL the action with our live blog below…

  • Giacomo Pisa


    On loan Tottenham striker Troy Parrott starts up front for the Lions.

    1 Fielding, 4 Hutchinson, 5 Cooper, 13 Zohore, 14 Malone, 15 Pearce, 18 Leonard, 19 Woods, 24 McNamara, 25 Parrott, 32 Burey

  • Giacomo Pisa


    National League side Boreham Wood host Millwall of the Championship, and here's how the home side line up.

    1 Ashmore, 6 Stephens, 12 Fyfield, 3 Ilesanmi, 8 Mafuta, 10 Murtagh, 19 Smith, 14 Thomas, 22 Morias, 15 Rhead, 9 Tshimanga

  • Giacomo Pisa


    And this is how the Millers line up for their trip to Goodison Park.

    27 Blackman, 6 Wood, 8 Wiles, 16 Lindsay, 19 Harding, 20 Ihiekwe, 21 Macdonald, 22 Olosunde, 24 Smith, 25 Crooks, 26 Barlaser

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Carlo Ancelotti is taking the FA Cup seriously, naming a strong team for the Toffees clash with Championship side Rotherham.

    33 Olsen, 23 Coleman, 12 Digne, 22 Godfrey, 5 Keane, 21 Gomes, 24 Gordon, 17 Iwobi, 26 Davies, 19 Rodriguez, 14 Tosun

  • Giacomo Pisa


    National League North side Chorley play in the FA Cup third round for the first time in their history today as they host Derby County.

    A Coronavirus outbreak in the Derby first team means the Lancashire side have a real chance to progress to the Fourth Round. 

    None of Wayne Rooney’s first team squad are travelling to the game, with all of them self isolating after numerous positive cases. 

    Derby’s development coaches Pat Lyons and Gary Bowyer will play a squad of youth and under-23 players this afternoon.

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Welcome to our live blog of an action packed FA Cup third round. 

    We’ll be keeping you up to date with the scores from up and down the country, as the Premier League and Championship teams enter the competition.

    Five games get underway at 12pm, followed by Non League Chorley against Derby County at 12:15pm.

    The midday fixtures include Boreham Wood v Millwall, Everton v Rotherham, Luton v Reading, Norwich v Coventry and Nottingham Forest v Cardiff. 

    Attention then turns to a whopping ten fixtures kicking off at 3pm, including Burnley against League One side MK Dons.

    The other 3pm games are Blackburn v Doncaster, Blackpool v West Brom, Bristol Rovers v Sheffield United, Exeter v Sheffield Wednesday, Oldham v Bournemouth, QPR v Fulham, Stevenage v Swansea, Stoke v Leicester and Wycombe v Preston.

    Arsenal v Newcastle kicks off at 5.30pm, followed by Brentford v Middlesbrough and Huddersfield v Plymouth at 6pm.

    The final game of the day sees Manchester United host Watford at 8pm.

    Different to the Premier League, each team is allowed to make five substitutions at three different times in the ties, with no replays if a match ends as a draw. 

    Extra time and penalties will be played to determine the winner, with the draw for the fourth and fifth round taking place on Monday. 

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