The third round of FA Cup 2017/18 takes place this weekend with seven fixtures being broadcast between BT Sport and the BBC.
The weekend’s action kicks-off with the Merseyside derby at Anfield on Friday as the Red and the Toffee’s battle it out on BBC One from 7.55pm.
Next up is Leicester City’s trip to Fleetwood Town on Saturday (12.45pm) which will also be shown live on the BBC.
The BBC will also air Shrewsbury Town v West Ham on Sunday (2pm), while BBC Wales airs Newport County v Leeds United from midday on Sunday.
BT Sport’s first live tie is Norwich City v Chelsea on Saturday evening at 5.30pm.
They will then broadcast Nottingham Forest v Arsenal on Sunday from 4pm and Brighton v Crystal Palace on the Monday at 7.45pm. The Palace v Brighton game will also see the first use of a video-ref in a FA Cup game.
Friday 5 January
Liverpool v Everton – BBC One – 7.55pm.
Saturday 6 January
Fleetwood v Leicester – BBC One – 12.45pm.
Norwich v Chelsea – BT Sport 1 – 5.30pm
Sunday 7 January
Newport v Leeds – BBC One Wales – 12pm
Shrewsbury v West Ham – BBC One – 2pm
Nottingham Forest v Arsenal – BT Sport 1 – 4pm
Monday 8 January
Brighton v Crystal Palace – BT Sport 1 – 7.45pm
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