FA Cup action as Hull face Brighton, Huddersfield take on Reading, while Hartlepool face Derby amongst others with the top Championship sides in action to watch.
With so many sides in action from the Championship now looks a great opportunity to take advantage with Bet365, who report they have live feeds of the games available to watch through their website this afternoon.
Its simple to watch Saturday’s FA Cup ties:
- Simply click here through to the special Bet365 landing page – then select ‘live streaming’ at the top and select your match!
The 135th edition of the FA Cup, the oldest football tournament in the world, reaches the third round on Saturday with the big guns joining the action.
There are however, plenty of quality sides from the Championship making an appearance in what looks a mouth watering coupon.
Steve Bruce’s Hull side are in action against Brighton, as Chris Hughton looks to stop his side’s rapid decline down the table.
Following a superb unbeaten start, the Seagulls have fallen off the wagon somewhat and the FA Cup may offer some respite from their league form.
Derby face a trip down the lower leagues to take on Hartlepool. The Rams will want to respond quickly to last weeks’ defeat at Middlesbrough, although Jeff Stelling’s favourite side do look a potential banana skin for Paul Clement’s side.
Reading will be looking for a good run in the Cup but face a difficult trip to fellow Championship side Huddersfield. Brian McDermott has returned at the reigns at the Madejski but may not have everything their own way against a stubborn Terriers side.
Back to back winners Arsenal are bidding to emulate the Blackburn Rovers side from the 1880s and win the cup for a third time.
The Gunners open with a trick tie against fellow Premier League side, Sunderland.
The clash is one of four all top flight clashes on Saturday with Manchester City, winners in 2011, travel to Norfolk to take on Norwich, Watford up against Newcastle United and Southampton, hosting Crystal Palace.
West Bromwich Albion will fancy their chances of progressing against Championship strugglers Bristol City. Black Country rivals Wolves face West Ham United while Birmingham welcome Bournemouth to St. Andrews.
Portsmouth, runners up in 2010, get a taste of the big time again with a clash with championship highflyers Ipswich while Derby County will hope to avoid a banana skin against Hartlepool.
Championship leaders Middlesbrough take on fellow league rivals Burnley while Wycombe Wanderers will fancy their chances of a real upset against Premier League strugglers Aston Villa.
Of the rest, Eastleigh versus Bolton Wanderers has the potential for an upset while Dagenham and Redbridge will head to Goodison park to face Everton showing better form on the road than at home.
Leeds United boss Steve Evans faces his old club Rotherham while Blackburn rovers travel to face Newport.
The evening kick off will see Manchester United out to avoid a shock against League One outfit, Sheffield United. The Red Devils returned to winnings way last time out with a 2-1 win over Swansea, with Wayne Rooney scoring the winner.
Rooney and Michael Carrick were scorers when United last met the Blades in 2007 and despite their success in the red of Manchester they have yet to lift the famous cup.
* Visitors must have a funded account with Bet365 to access the live streams. 18+ Country restrictions apply.