Three of the six FA Cup third round replays will be shown live on TV.
The FA Cup rights holders ITV and ESPN will show three matches, two on ITV and one on ESPN next Tuesday and Wednesday.
ESPN will show Leicester City vs Nottingham Forest on Tuesday 17 January – kick off 7:30pm.
ITV4 will broadcast Mark Hughes’ first FA cup game as manager of Queen’s Park Rangers, when The Hoops take on MK Dons at Loftus Road – Tuesday 17 January – kick off 8pm. The winners will meet Chelsea in the next round.
And the West Midlands derby between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Birmingham City will broadcast live on ITV1 on Wendesday 18 January – kick off 8pm.
The Fourth Round TV selections will be confirmed shortly.
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