Six third round FA Cup games will be screened across ITV and BBC’s main channels – with a further four available as well.
The BBC had first and fourth pick with ITV selections the other four matches. Each team involved in the main six picks will receive a £85,000 broadcast fee.
It’s the first time for several years the showpiece weekend has been available on TV free-to-air as part of the two broadcasters’ new four-year deal with the Football Association.
In addition, two games involving Welsh teams are airing on Welsh channels (which are available across the UK) and two matches which were moved for international audiences are also to be streamed on the BBC Red Button/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport online and app.
The streaming games were not mentioned when the FA Cup deal was originally announced, but my be a one-off for the next couple of rounds to compensate broadcasters for having no replays at this stage for this year.
SATURDAY JANUARY 8
12.45PM MILLWALL V CRYSTAL PALACE
FA CUP ITV
5.30PM HULL V EVERTON
FA CUP BBC ONE/BBC IPLAYER/BBC SPORT
5.30PM SWANSEA V SOUTHAMPTON
BBC ONE WALES/BBC IPLAYER/BBC SPORT
5.30PM CHELSEA V CHESTERFIELD
BBC RED BUTTON/BBC IPLAYER/BBC SPORT
5.30PM YEOVIL V BOURNEMOUTH
BBC IPLAYER/BBC SPORT
SUNDAY JANUARY 9
2PM CARDIFF V PRESTON
FA CUP S4C
2.15PM WEST HAM V LEEDS
FA CUP ITV
The FA Cup fourth round draw is LIVE at around 4.50pm on ITV between the West Ham v Leeds and Nottingham Forest v Arsenal matches.
1. AFC Bournemouth 2. Arsenal 3. Aston Villa 4. Barnsley 5. Birmingham City 6. Blackburn Rovers 7. Blackpool 8. Brentford 9. Brighton & Hove Albion 10. Bristol City 11. Burnley 12. Cardiff City 13. Chelsea 14. Coventry City 15. Crystal Palace 16. Derby County 17. Everton 18. Fulham 19. Huddersfield Town 20. Hull City 21. Leeds United 22. Leicester City 23. Liverpool 24. Luton Town 25. Manchester City 26. Manchester United 27. Middlesbrough 28. Millwall 29. Newcastle United 30. Norwich City 31. Nottingham Forest 32. Peterborough United 33. Preston North End 34. Queens Park Rangers 35. Reading 36. Sheffield United 37. Southampton 38. Stoke City 39. Swansea City 40. Tottenham Hotspur 41. Watford 42. West Bromwich Albion 43. West Ham United 44. Wolverhampton Wanderers 45. Yeovil Town 46. Bristol Rovers 47. Port Vale 48. Morecambe 49. Hartlepool United 50. AFC Wimbledo 51. Wigan Athletic 52. Leyton Orient
53. Cambridge United 54. Mansfield Town 55. Swindon Town 56. Rotherham United 57. Charlton Athletic 58. Boreham Wood or St Albans City 59. Kidderminster Harriers 60. Shrewsbury Town 61.Chesterfield 62. Plymouth Argyle 63. Ipswich Town or Barrow 64. Harrogate Town
Ties to be played between Friday, January 7 and Monday January 10.
Four games will be shown LIVE on ITV and two on BBC – the BBC has first and fourth picks of the games.