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FA Cup 2018/19 – Third Round TV Fixtures – Live on BBC, BT Sport

FA Cup 2018/19 – Third Round TV Fixtures – Live on BBC, BT Sport

The FA, BBC, and BT Sport today confirmed the six FA Cup 2018/19 Third Round ties which will be broadcast live on TV.

The action gets underway on Friday 4th January as Tottenham travel to the winners of the second round replay between Tranmere Rovers and Southport. The match is live on BT Sport 2 with a 7.45pm Kick-off.

BT Sport will broadcast the next three televised games including Manchester United v Reading (12.30pm), Solihull Moors or Blackpool v Arsenal (5.30pm) on Saturday, and Woking v Watford (2pm) on Sunday.

Wrexham or Newport will host Leicester City on Sunday, 4.30pm, on BBC One, while Liverpool travel to Wolves on Monday 7th January at 7.45pm, also live on BBC One.

FA Cup Third Round TV Schedule

Friday 4th January 2019
Tranmere v Tottenham – BT Sport 2 – 7.45pm

Saturday 5th January 2019
Manchester United v Reading – BT Sport 2 – 12.30pm
Blackpool v Arsenal – BT Sport 2 – 5.30pm

Sunday 6th January 2019
Woking v Watford – BT Sport 2 – 2.00pm
Newport v Leicester City – BBC One – 4.30pm

Monday 7th January 2019
Wolves v Liverpool – BBC One – 7.45pm

Updated: Thursday 6 December 2018
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