Every FA Cup third round tie LIVE on TV with Marine vs Tottenham given top billing on BBC

MARINE’S plum FA Cup tie with Tottenham will be shown live on BBC One at 5pm.

The eighth-tier side pocket £75,000 for being broadcast live on TV and pick up an extra £61,500 if they cause an upset.

The gap between the two sides is the biggest in FA Cup third-round history as the Mersysiders welcome Jose Mourinho’s Premier League leaders to Rossett Park on Sunday, January 10.

Leeds' trip to League Two Crawley will be shown Sunday lunchtime on the Beeb while Arsenal’s game with Newcastle is the day before at 5.30pm.

BT Sport are to show National League North side Chorley taking on Derby at 1.30pm on third-round Saturday, with Manchester United and Watford kicking off at 8pm on the same channel.


HERE’S where you can find all the matches live on TV for FA Cup third-round weekend

Aston Villa v Liverpool (7.45pm*) – BT Sport 1

Chorley v Derby County (12.15pm) – BT Sport 1
Arsenal v Newcastle United (5.30pm) – BBC One
Manchester United v Watford (8pm) – BT Sport 1

Crawley Town v Leeds United (1.30pm) – BBC One
Marine v Tottenham Hotspur (5pm) – BBC One
Newport County v Brighton & Hove Albion (7.45pm) – BT Sport 1

Stockport County v West Ham United (8pm) – BT Sport 1

West Ham’s clash at National League Stockport will be shown on Monday January 11, on BT Sport.

All other matches will be made available to stream across a combination of platforms and red-button services on the BBC and BT Sport, with eight other games being put on The FA Player.

Marine were already ecstatic at by far the biggest game in their history – even before their TV pay-day.

Neil Young, manager of the Northern Premier League Division One North West club, said: "It's an unbelievable draw. We will plan as best we can.

"Usually with Jose's teams, he puts pretty strong sides out.

"We have won seven games to get here and this is a great reward."

Manchester City, who were drawn at home to Birmingham, are the bookies' favourites at around 7/2.

Next come Chelsea and Liverpool on about 8/1, with United on 9/1.

Spurs actually might be flattered to not be amongst that group – as perhaps it suggests bookies reckon Mourinho's men will remain busy in the Prem title race.


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