Full Time: Mansfield 2-3 Middlesbrough
FA Cup: Middlesbrough, which has come back from 2-0 upwards, has avoided embarrassment at the hands of Mansfield. They have advanced to the fourth round thanks to an own goal by former Ireland Under-21 international John-Joe O’Toole in the fifth minute of added time.
Mansfield Town 2-2 Middlesbrough: League Two’s Mansfield Twon have scored twice in the second half to restore parity against Middlesbrough, who played at home and drew against the Stags. They’re in overtime at Field Mill, and overtime is coming.
GOAL! Millwall 1-2 Crystal Palace (Mateta 58)
FA Cup: Having hit the post with another shot since he scored, Michael Olise becomes a provider. He swings back and forth down the right wing before sending a perfect cross into the penalty area for Jean_Philipe Mateta to head out.
GOAL! Millwall 1-1 Crystal Palace (Olise 46)
FA Cup: Michael Olise equalized for Palace at the Den with a sensational blow just seconds after the restart. Scott Murray has the latest …
Millwall 1-0 Crystal Palace … Live!
FA Cup: Millwall’s game against Crystal Palace at The Den is one of six opening starts this afternoon and the championship team is currently beating their visitors from the Premier League courtesy of a goal gifted to Benik Afobe by the Crystal Palace goalkeeper. , Jack Butland, while foolishly trying to play the ball from behind under extreme pressure, when hitting it on the bracket would have been a much better option. Scott Murray has the latest …
Match report: Swindon 1-4 Manchester City
FA Cup: The third round ball started rolling at the County Ground last night, where Swindon put on a good version of themselves, but runaway Premier League leaders crushed their League Two hosts to one side with ease. Ben Fisher was there for The Guardian …
Answers to your frequently asked questions
Are there repeats? As mentioned above, because there are no reruns this season Rounds three and four of the FA Cup, all ties must be played to completion this weekend. In the event of a tie at 90 minutes, there will be extra time and then, if necessary, penalty shoot-outs.
Is there a VAR? On a decidedly ridiculous start, some qualifiers, specifically those played on Premier League grounds, will feature video assistant referees, while the rest will not. A rule for them, etc., etc.
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Now based in Australia, Guardian Football Weekly host Max Rushden will rise up at Stupid O’Clock to watch his beloved Cambridge United take on Newcastle United in crowded St James’ Park.
The hosts have sold 52,000 tickets for their match against the League One team, which will almost certainly have the backing of neutrals across the UK as they go head-to-head with the richest football club in the world. world.
In other flashy matches, the Kidderminster Harriers of the National League North are the lowest ranked team left in the competition and host the Reading championship fighters at Aggborough Stadium. His out-of-league teammate Boreham Wood will enjoy his chances at home against AFC Wimbledon.
Yeovil and Chesterfield, the remaining two National League teams in the third round draw, will be in action later today. The Glovers host championship leader Bournemouth, while the Spireites travel to European champion Chelsea.
FA Cup Third Round Clock
Cheers everyone to one of the most exciting days of the season despite what some twisted old cynics may have you believe.
Between the first matches, the three o’clock matches and the subsequent matches, we have no less than 21 third round qualifiers being played today and with no replays in the third and fourth rounds of this season, your humble reporter is possibly to be found. having to keep tabs on 10 different penalty shootouts simultaneously around 5pm.
That’s the dream, but in the meantime we bring you team news, build-up, and updates on all the goals as you roll into the afternoon ripe for drama, fairy tales, and more magic than a Harry Potter box.
George is Digismak’s reported cum editor with 13 years of experience in Journalism