How do I watch BT Sport Extra, and which FA Cup third round matches are on the service this weekend?

GET ready for a bumper weekend of FA Cup action with 64 teams going head-to-head in the third round.

With no supporters allowed in grounds for the foreseeable future, EVERY tie will be shown live on TV in the UK.

Matches will be shown live on BT Sport, the BBC and through the FA Player.

How do I watch BT Sport Extra?

Of the 32 FA Cup matches being broadcast this weekend, twelve of them will be shown on BT Sport Extra.

This service is available to everyone who has an account with BT Sport, or those of you with BT Broadband.

If you get BT Sport through your TV, simply head to BT Sport 1 and hit the red button on your remote.

You can then choose from the menu which game you wish to watch on the relevant Extra channel.

Alternatively – if you have BT TV – you can find Extra in HD located between channels 465 and 470.

Matches can also be streamed from the BT Sport website.

Which FA Cup matches are being shown on BT Sport Extra this weekend?

Friday, January 8

  • Wolves vs Crystal Palace – 7.45pm (BT Sport Extra 2)

Saturday, January 9

  • Boreham Woods vs Millwall – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 3)
  • Everton vs Rotherham – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 2)
  • Luton Town vs Reading – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 6)
  • Norwich vs Coventry – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 5)
  • Nottingham Forest vs Cardiff – 12pm (BT Sport Extra 4)
  • Chorley vs Derby County – 12.15pm (BT Sport 1)
  • Blackpool vs West Brom – 3pm (BT Sport Extra 3)
  • Bristol Rovers vs Sheffield United – 3pm (BT Sport Extra 4)
  • Exeter City vs Sheffield Wednesday – 3pm (BT Sport Extra 5)
  • Oldham vs Bournemouth – 3pm (BT Sport Extra 6)
  • Southampton OFF Shrewsbury – 8pm (BT Sport Extra 2)

Where can I watch the rest?

Friday, January 8

  • Aston Villa vs Liverpool – 7.45pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday, January 9

  • Chorley vs Derby County – 12.15pm (BT Sport 1)
  • Blackburn vs Doncaster – 3pm (FA Player)
  • Burnley vs MK Dons – 3pm (FA Player)
  • QPR vs Fulham – 3pm (BBC iPlayer)
  • Stevenage vs Swansea City – 3pm (BBC iPlayer)
  • Stoke vs Leicester – 3pm (BBC Red Button/iPlayer)
  • Wycombe Wanderers vs Preston – 3pm (FA Player)
  • Arsenal vs Newcastle – 5.30pm (BBC ONE)
  • Brentford vs Middlesbrough – 6pm (FA Player)
  • Huddersfield vs Plymouth – 6pm (FA Player)
  • Man Utd vs Watford – 8pm (BT Sport 1)

Sunday, January 10

  • Barnsley vs Tranmere – 1.30pm (FA Player)
  • Bristol City vs Portsmouth – 1.30pm (FA Player)
  • Chelsea vs Morecambe – 1.30pm (BBC Red Button/iPlayer)
  • Cheltenham vs Mansfield Town – 1.30pm (FA Player)
  • Crawley Town vs Leeds – 1.30pm (BBC ONE/iPlayer)
  • Man City vs Birmingham – 1.30pm (BBC iPlayer)
  • Marine vs Tottenham – 5pm (BBC ONE/iPlayer)
  • Newport County vs Brighton – 7.45pm (BT Sport 1)

Monday, January 11

  • Stockport County vs West Ham – 8pm (BT Sport 1)

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