Top FA Cup fixtures: Manchester United-Reading, Chelsea-Nottingham, Arsenal-Blackpool

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The 2018-19 FA Cup continues this weekend with the Third Round Proper as top Premier League clubs enter the competition.

There are 64 clubs remaining (20 from the Premier League and 24 from the EFL Championship), which means there are 32 matches scheduled for the next three days, and as always, expect to see some upsets.

Below is a list of the fixtures this weekend and on Monday.

FA Cup: Third Round Proper

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Saturday 5th January

The FA Cup

  • B’ mouth vs Brighton                      12:30pm
  • Burnley vs Barnsley                         12:30pm
  • Man Utd vs Reading                       12:30pm
  • Sheffield vs Luton Town                 12:30pm
  • Shrewsbury Town vs Stoke            12:30pm
  • West Brom vs Wigan                      12:30pm
  • West Ham vs Birmingham              12:30pm
  • Accrington Stanley vs Ipswich          3pm
  • Aston Villa vs Swansea City               3pm
  • Bolton Wanderers vs Walsall             3pm
  • Brentford vs Oxford United               3pm
  • Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest           3pm
  • Derby County vs S’ ampton                3pm
  • Everton vs Lincoln City                        3pm
  • Fleetwood Town vs Wimbledon          3pm
  • Gillingham vs  Cardiff City                   3pm
  • Middlesbrough vs Peterborough        3pm
  • Blackpool vs Arsenal                           5:30pm
  • Bristol City  vs Huddersfield               5:30pm
  • C’ Palace vs Grimsby Town                 5:30pm
  • Newcastle Utd vs Blackburn Rovers   5:30pm
  • Norwich City vs Portsmouth               5:30pm

 

Sunday 6th January

The FA Cup

  • Fulham vs Oldham Athletic                    2pm
  • Man City vs Rotherham Utd                   2pm
  • Millwall vs Hull City                                2pm
  • QPR vs Leeds United                              2pm
  • Sheffield Utd vs Barnet                           2pm
  • Woking vs Watford                                 2pm
  • Newport County vs Leicester City          4:30pm

 

Monday 7th January

The FA Cup

  • Wolves vs Liverpool                             7:45pm
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