No major upset was recorded in the Third Round of the FA Cup as England’s Big Six all qualified for the next stage. The Britannia Stadium will be on fire when English Premier League champions Manchester City will face Stoke City on Saturday.
Like their city rivals, Manchester United will take part in an all-Premier League tie as they will host Fulham at Old Trafford. Arsenal’s reward for passing the test against Swansea City is a trip to Brighton & Hove Albion’s stadium.
FA Cup titleholders Chelsea missed out on Capital One Cup final tickets in midweek. They will be keen to dismantle Brentford in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup. Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are both scheduled to play as visitors on Sunday against Leeds United and Oldham Athletic respectively.
To view all English FA Cup TV listings, including repeat broadcasts, visit the English FA Cup competition page.
The following TV listings are limited to US, UK and Canadian broadcasts:
*All times are shown in EST.
|Jan 26 7:40am||Stoke City vs Manchester City||Sportsnet World, ITV 1, Fox Soccer Plus, UTV, Fox Soccer 2Go|
|Jan 26 10:00am||Brighton & Hove Albion vs Arsenal||Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Sportsnet World|
|Jan 26 10:00am||Norwich City vs Luton Town||Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Soccer 2Go|
|Jan 26 12:30pm||Manchester United vs Fulham||Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Sportsnet World, ESPN UK / HD|
|Jan 27 5:45am||Brentford vs Chelsea||Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Sportsnet World, ESPN UK / HD|
|Jan 27 8:55am||Leeds United vs Tottenham Hotspur||Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Sportsnet World,ESPN UK / HD|
|Jan 27 11:00am||Oldham Athletic vs Liverpool||Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Sportsnet World, ITV 1, UTV, ITV 1 Wales|
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|West Bromwich Albion||Apr 29|
|Blackburn Rovers||Apr 29|
|Real Madrid||Apr 29|
|Olympique Lyonnais||Apr 29|
|Orlando City||Apr 29|
|Manchester United||Apr 30|