UK FA Cup third round draw numbers and TV info as Man Utd and Man City learn fates last minute news
MetiNews.Com - There are four non-league clubs still in the competition as Premier League and Championship clubs enter, with Manchester United and Man City set to find out their respective fates.
Breaking News ! Premier League and Championship teams will this evening find out who they will face in the FA Cup third round. The competition’s second round was held over the weekend, with some shock results that saw Stevenage knock out 2014 finalists Hull City on penalties and non-league Chorley overcome League One Peterborough United. Marine are the lowest-ranked team left in the competition, with the eighth-tier Merseyside club scoring a last-minute winner to shock Havant & Waterlooville. The Northern Premier League Division One North West side’s league campaign is currently on hold due to the national lockdown but that has not stopped them advancing to the third round of the competition for just the second time in their history - and fellow eighth-tier side Canvey Island have the chance to join them when they face Boreham Wood on Monday evening. Read More Related Articles Edinson Cavani and Manchester United release statements on Instagram Story post Read More Related Articles Paul Pogba's reaction to Edinson Cavani winner for Manchester United vs Southampton Prior to that sees the draw for the third round - here is everything you need to know about it as Manchester United and Man City enter the competition. When does the draw take place? The draw takes place on Monday evening at 7.10pm ahead of Canvey Island’s second-round tie with Boreham Wood. It will be held at Marine’s Rossett Park ground. How can I watch? The draw will be shown live on BBC One from 7pm, hosted by Mark Chapman. It will also form part of BT Sport’s pre-match build-up before they show Canvey Island against Boreham Wood. Read More Related Articles Man City matchday squad vs FC Porto revealed Read More Related Articles Pep Guardiola hits back at Porto manager's claim that Man City pressure referees The draw will also be shown live on the FA Cup’s social channels, including YouTube.
. Due to the compressed season, there will be no replays, with matches instead going straight to extra-time and penalties. Thirty-two teams will advance from this stage and collect £82,000 in prize money. What are the ball numbers? 1 AFC Bournemouth 2 Arsenal 3 Aston Villa 4 Barnsley 5 Birmingham City 6 Blackburn Rovers 7 Brentford 8 Brighton & Hove Albion 9 Bristol City 10 Burnley
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