IT’S the oldest, it’s the original, it’s the best cup competition in the world.

It’s the FA Cup – and it’s BACK with the third round.

Wigan Athletic beat Man City to the FA Cup back in 2013

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Wigan Athletic beat Man City to the FA Cup back in 2013Credit: PA
The FA Cup was won by Gianluca Vialli in 2000 - during the last final at the Old Wembley - and football will pay tribute to the great Italian this weekend

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The FA Cup was won by Gianluca Vialli in 2000 – during the last final at the Old Wembley – and football will pay tribute to the great Italian this weekendCredit: Times Newspapers Ltd

We have seen surprise winners in the past, with Wigan notoriously defeating Manchester City at Wembley thanks to a goal from Ben Watson.

However, in more recent years the bigger teams have taken the competition seriously and fielded strong teams throughout,.

Here at SunSport we have all the TV information for England’s iconic tournament.

Full FA Cup third round fixtures and where to watch

Friday, January 6

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Saturday, January 7

  • Preston 3-1 Huddersfield – RESULT
  • Reading 2-0 Watford – RESULT
  • Tottenham 1-0 Portsmouth – RESULT
  • Gillingham 0-1 Leicester – RESULT
  • Forest Green P-P Birmingham – POSTPONED
  • Crystal Palace 1-2 Southampton – RESULT
  • Hull City 0-2 Fulham – RESULT
  • Middlesbrough 1-5 Brighton – RESULT
  • Fleetwood 2-1 QPR – RESULT
  • Ipswich Town 4-1 Rotherham – RESULT
  • Bournemouth 2-4 Burnley – RESULT
  • Blackpool 4-1 Nottingham Forest – RESULT
  • Chesterfield 3-3 West Brom – RESULT
  • Millwall 0-2 Sheffield United – RESULT
  • Boreham Wood 1-1 Accrington Stanley – RESULT
  • Shrewsbury 1-2 Sunderland – RESULT
  • Brentford 0-1 West Ham – RESULT
  • Coventry 3-4 Wrexham – RESULT
  • Luton Town 1-1 Wigan – RESULT
  • Grimsby 1-0 Burton – RESULT
  • Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 NewcastleRESULT
  • Liverpool 2-2 WolvesRESULT

Sunday, January 8

  • Bristol City vs Swansea – 12:30pm
  • Cardiff vs Leeds United – 2pm – ITV1 / ITVX
  • Stockport vs Walsall – 2pm
  • Hartlepool vs Stoke City – 2pm
  • Norwich vs Blackburn – 2pm
  • Aston Villa vs Stevenage – 4:30pm – BBC Red Button / BBC iPlayer
  • Man City vs Chelsea – 4:30pm – BBC One / BBC iPlayer

Monday, January 9

  • Oxford United vs Arsenal – 8pm – ITV1 / ITVX
Liverpool lifted the FA Cup last year after beating Chelsea in the final

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Liverpool lifted the FA Cup last year after beating Chelsea in the finalCredit: AP

How to watch FA Cup third round FREE

The chosen televised clashes will either be shown live on the BBC or ITV.

Matches are available to watch on a range of channels from BBC One and the Red Button to ITV 1 and ITV 4.

The games will also be available to live stream on your mobile and tablet devices from the BBC iPlayer or ITVX. Both apps are free to sign up for if you have a television licence.

Furthermore, you can watch the games on the BBC iPlayer and ITVX websites.



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