Tottenham Premier League: Pulling Tottenham at sea level 8
|Dates : 8 – 11. January Coverage : Arsenal vs. Newcastle United live on Saturday 9. January (17:30 GMT), plus Crawley Town versus Leeds United (13:30 GMT) and Marin versus Tottenham (17:00 GMT) live on Sunday 10. January, plus live games in Chelsea, Man City, Stevenage, QPR and Stoke.|
The third round of the FA Cup, one of the most anticipated weekends on the football calendar, is in full swing – but not as we know.
It all started on Friday, when the weakened Aston Villa side was defeated 4-1 by Liverpool, while Adam Traore sent the Wolves to a 1-0 victory at Crystal Palace.
On Saturday, Sunday and Monday there are 29 more matches, all of which will be broadcasted live on BT Sport, The of FA Player.
On Sunday (5 p.m.) they will take on their own platform against the eight-time winners Tottenham Hotspur – never in the history of the competition has there been such a gap at this stage.
Mark Chapman will present a live report of the draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup on Monday afternoon (19:00). The draw for the fifth round shall take place immediately thereafter in order to facilitate the awarding of prizes.
Here, Sport explains what’s different in the third round of this season, which comes in the middle of a national lockout of Covid 19, and what to look for.
Five cents, Covid tests, no repetitions
There won’t be a single fan of the tyres because millions of people in the UK are expected to stay at home.
All clubs must be tested on Covid-19 72 hours before playing. Tests for clubs that are not in the first division are financed by the football association.
Each team may nominate nine replacements, five of which may be deployed three times individually in a draw.
All matches are decided on the same day and no broadcasts are made. In the case of a tie after 90 minutes, there is an extra 30 minutes. If the score is equal after 120 minutes, a penalty shoot-out will be taken to determine the result.
Each team receives a cash prize. External link Those who proceed to the fourth round, which will take place from the 22nd to the 25th. In January, £61,500 is needed, while the losers get £20,500.
Who are the other non-Legionaires?
Four non-league clubs have reached the third round, with Marine’s external link winning the prize for coming out of the preliminary round to take over Jose Mourinho’s Spurs in Crosby, seven miles north of Liverpool city centre.
This will be the eighth game of the season for the Northwest Division I club.
It’s like a dream, says Barry Lenton, an old fan of the Marine Corps. We were two minutes away from the town of Barnoldswick in the preliminary round.
Four months have passed and we are preparing to welcome Tottenham. It’s surreal.
Paul Leary, Marine Corps President, with half a scarf in honor of the FA Cup third round match between the Marine Corps and Tottenham Hotspur.
The sixth-ranked national League team welcomes Wayne Rooney, from Derby County to Chorley, who plays in the Northern National League, sixth division, to Victory Park on Saturday (12:15 p.m.).
The Magpies reached the second qualifying round for the first time in the third round and posted impressive victories over Wigan Athletic and Peterborough United in the Ligue 1.
Two National League clubs are looking for memorable victories.
Stockport County hosts Monday (20 p.m.) at Edgeley Park the three-time champion West Ham United, fourth in the English fifth division.
David Moyes’ Hammers is 10th in the Premier League. This is the first meeting between the two clubs since 1996, when Stockport defeated West Ham 2-1 in the League Cup.
Boreham Wood (external link), also in the third round for the first time, will host the championship club Millwall on Saturday (12:00 noon).
Wood, 11th in the National League, has won his last five league games and cup matches.
Where can vibrations occur?
The third weekend always has a surprise or two in store. Last season, Tranmere lost 3-0 to Watford in the Premier League and then forced another match by scoring three goals in the last 25 minutes, which he won to earn a home tie to Manchester United.
In addition, teams from the lower division have been promoted to the higher division at this stage, namely Brighton, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa.
All eyes will be on Crawley Town, sixth in Ligue 2 this season, which hosts Leeds United on Sunday (13.30), while Brighton faces a tough game in Newport County on the same day (19.45), which Leicester, Middlesbrough and Leeds have beaten in recent seasons.
Ligue 1 giants MK Dons will dream big when they visit leaders Burnley on Saturday, while Blackpool (home at West Brom) and Bristol Rovers (home at Sheffield United) will dream about their chances against their Premier League rivals.
What about Morecambe?
The Lancashire club has achieved 22nd, 18th, 22nd and 21st place in League 2 over the past five seasons.
The Shrimpers are in seventh place this season and the Derek Adams team will face Chelsea on Sunday (1:30 pm).
show eight live games
British fans can watch all matches on BT Sport and FA Player.
One shows three live links. Newcastle (5:30 pm) hosts Arsenal in the All-Premiership League, while Crawley takes over Leeds United (1:30 pm) on Saturday and Marin takes over Tottenham Hotspur (5 pm) on Sunday.
Five matches will be broadcast live, including Chelsea against Morecambe and Manchester City against Birmingham City.
On Monday, Radio 5 Live will provide in-depth commentary on nine third round matches, including those between Stockport County and West Ham.
The live commentary of Radio 5 Sport includes a visit from Rotherham to Everton on Saturday.
There will be live commentary on the sport’s website and clips will be made of the goals covering the entire third round.
When is the draw for the next round?
The draw for the fourth and fifth round will take place on Monday.
This should help the clubs involved in the advance planning and also help the broadcasters.
You can watch the shenanigans live from Stockport 2 on Monday from 19:00 GMT.
Continuous television and lighting
Saturday the 9th. January 2021
Boreham Wood vs Millwall (12:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport Extra 3
Everton – Rotherham United (12:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport Extra 2
Luton Town – Play (12:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport Extra 6
Norwich City vs Coventry City (12:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport Extra 5
Nottingham Forest vs Cardiff City (12:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport Extra 4
Chorley vs Derby County (12:15 GMT) – BT Sport Live
Blackburn Rovers vs Doncaster Rovers (15:00 GMT) – Live on FA Player
Blackpool vs West Bromwich Albion (15:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport Extra 3
Bristol Rovers versus Sheffield United (15:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport Extra 4
Burnley – MK Donations (15:00 GMT) – Live on FA Player
Exeter City vs Sheffield Wednesday (15:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport Extra 5
Oldham Athletic versus Bournemouth (now playing against Bournemouth) – Live on BT Sport Extra 6
Queens Park Rangers versus Fulham (15:00 GMT) – Sports website / iPlayer
Stevenage in Swansea City (15:00 GMT) – Sports website / iPlayer
Stoke City in Leicester City (15:00 GMT) – Sports website / iPlayer
Wycombe Wanderers vs Preston North End (15:00 GMT) – Live on FA Player
Arsenal v Newcastle United (17:30 GMT) – Look live now.
Brentford vs. Middlesbrough (18:00 GMT) – AF Player Live.
Huddersfield vs Plymouth Argyle (18:00 GMT) – Footballer FA Live
Manchester United v Watford (20:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport
Southampton PP Shrewsbury Town
Sunday the 10th. January 2021
Barnsley versus Tranmere Rovers (13:30 GMT) – Live on FA Player
Bristol City vs Portsmouth (13:30 GMT) – Soccer Player Live
Chelsea in Morecambe (13:30 GMT) – Sports website / iPlayer
Cheltenham v Mansfield Town (13:30 GMT) – Footballer FA live
Crawley Town vs Leeds United (13.30 GMT) – Live on First
Manchester City vs Birmingham (13:30 GMT) – Sports website / iPlayer
Marine vs Tottenham Hotspur (17:00 GMT) – Live on One
Newport County – Brighton & Hove Albion (19:45 GMT) – BT Sport Live
Monday the 11th. January 2021
Stockport County vs. West Ham (20:00 GMT) – Live on BT Sport