FA CUP LIVE: Follow all the third round action from around the grounds as it happens
Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the FA Cup third round as Premier League sides including Tottenham, Newcastle and Everton enter the competition. There are 23 matches kicking off at 3pm as Championship sides also join at this stage alongside non-league minnows Fleetwood and Salisbury. Email me your thoughts on the action at [email protected] or contact me on Twitter @Ripinho.
FA Cup (3pm)
Barnsley 1-1 Swansea
Brighton 0-0 Wrexham
Coventry 1-0 Southampton
Crawley 0-0 Bristol City
Derby 1-0 Crystal Palace
Doncaster 0-1 Notts County
Everton 1-0 Tamworth
Fleetwood 0-1 Blackpool
Fulham 1-0 Charlton
Gillingham 1-2 Stoke
Hull 2-0 Ipswich
Macclesfield 1-1 Bolton
Middlesbrough 1-0 Shrewsbury
MK Dons 0-0 QPR
Newcastle 0-1 Blackburn
Norwich 2-1 Burnley
Nottingham Forest 0-0 Leicester
Reading 0-1 Stevenage
Sheffield United 1-0 Salisbury
Swindon 1-1 Wigan
Tottenham 2-0 Cheltenham
Watford 2-1 Bradford
West Brom 2-1 Cardiff
All the latest from League One
All the latest from League Two
15.55: A quick round-up elsewhere. Fleetwood are far from out of it at Blackpool as they were arguably the better side after falling behind.
No such luck for Salisbury though, but they remain in this as long as they keep the defect to one goal.
15.47: GOAL! Gillingham 1-2 STOKE
They are in front now though. Ryan Shawcross flicks on to the bar Ryan Shotton throw in. But on the rebound Cameron Jerome taps home.
15.45: Meanwhile Stoke have wasted a great chance to go in front with Kenwyne Jones somehow failing to score with his close range header.
15.44: GOAL! TOTTENHAM 2-0 Cheltenham
The Spurs go marching on it seems as Defoe's cross is buried into an open goal by Roman Pavlyuchenko.
15.41: GOAL! SWINDON 1-1 Wigan
'Who are ya!' scream the home fans as Alan Connell rises high to nod home an impressive header.
15.39: GOAL! West Brom 2-1 CARDIFF
The Welsh side back in this with Robbie Earnshaw converting from close range.
15.38: GOAL! Gillingham 1-1 STOKE
The Potters haven't had too many chances but this is neat play as Jon Walters and Cameron Jerome combine to see the former equalise.
15.37: GOAL! Newcastle 0-1 BLACKBURN
Rovers haven't had many chances but David Goodwillie pounces on a mistake in the defence to fire the visitors in front.
15.36: GOAL! WEST BROM 2-0 Cardiff
Nicky Shorey's free-kick is headed home from five yards out by Simon Cox.
15.34: GOAL! Swindon 0-1 WIGAN
Remember Ben Watson came off the bench a couple of weeks ago to score a penalty
Well he fails to convert this time but Callum McManaman pounces on the rebound.
15.32: Norwich should have restored their two-goal lead but Grant Holt slams a penalty off the post.
15.29: GOAL! Barnsley 1-1 SWANSEA
…90 seconds later Danny Graham slides home to level things up. As you were.
15.27: GOAL! BARNSLEY 1-0 Swansea
After absolute zero action, Ricardo Vaz Te puts the hosts in front but…
15.24: GOAL! TOTTENHAM 1-0 Cheltenham
This is all Giovani as he lobs the keeper but as strikers love doing, Jermain Defoe gets the final touch to take it over the line.
15.21: Elsewhere Fleetwood are holding out Blackpool but Salisbury have fallen behind at Sheffield United.
League Two side Bradford have levelled at Watford.
Cupset Danny Kedwell's (blue) strike put Gillingham ahead against Premier League side Stoke
15.18: GOAL! GILLINGHAM 1-0 Stoke
Cupset time as Lewis Montrose's flick-on is buried by Danny Kedwell.
15.16: GOAL! Norwich 2-1 BURNLEY
Headers galore here as Jay Rodriguez nods the visitors back into this from a free-kick.
15.15: GOAL! MACCLESFIELD 1-1 Bolton
Colin Daniel fires the underdogs level after bringing down a cross to fire home.
15.13: GOAL! NORWICH 2-0 Burnley
Another header, this time from Simeon Jackson as the Canaries threaten to run away with this.
Early opening: John Heitinga celebrates putting Everton ahead against Tamworth
15.12: GOAL! EVERTON 1-0 Tamworth
Landon Donovan's corner finds John Heitinga at the back post who nods home.
15.11: GOAL! FULHAM 1-0 Charlton
Clint Dempsey fires across goal as the Cottagers take control.
15.10: GOAL! WEST BROM 1-0 Cardiff
Peter Odemwingie beats the offside trap to fire the hosts in front.
Trotting on: Ivan Klasnic put Premier League side Bolton ahead at Macclesfield
15.08: GOAL! Macclesfield 0-1 BOLTON
Chris Eagles' long range effort is tipped over, and Ivan Klasnic pokes home from close range from the corner.
15.05: GOAL! NORWICH 1-0 Burnley
Grant Holt heads Norwich in front, bright start from the Canaries too.
15.02: From Sportsmail's Alex Kay:
7000 Charlton fans. Noisy but not as noisy as the crazy music at the moment. Exhausting just listening to it. Need a nap.
15.00: Away we go then!
14.57: Stoke manager Tony Pulis makes six changes for the Potters' FA Cup third round trip to his old club Gillingham.
Asmir Begovic replaces Thomas Sorenson in goal while Matthew Upson, Wilson Palacios, Rory Delap, Cameron Jerome and Kenwyne Jones all start at the Priestfield Stadium.
Pulis is banned from all areas of the ground apart from the dugout and tunnel area following his acrimonious departure from the club in 1999 that ended up in court.
Gillingham's current manager Andy Hessenthaler makes one change with Charlie Lee replacing left-back Joe Martin, who was sent off against Aldershot last weekend.
14.56: From St James' Park:
Newcastle v Blackburn
Newcastle: Krul, Simpson, Coloccini, Williamson, Santon, Obertan, Abeid, Cabaye, Gutierrez, Ben Arfa, Best. Subs: Elliot, Perch, Gosling, Ryan Taylor, Shola Ameobi, Sammy Ameobi, Vuckic.
Blackburn: Bunn, Olsson, Givet, Hanley, Henley, Pedersen, Petrovic, Nzonzi, Vukcevic, Goodwillie, Rochina. Subs: Kean, Formica, Slew, Blackman, Yakubu, Morris, Lowe.
Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire)
14.55: From Oakwell:
Barnsley v Swansea
Barnsley: Steele, Hassell, Foster, McNulty, McEveley, Addison, Vaz Te, Drinkwater, Perkins, Done, Davies. Subs: Preece, Edwards, Wiseman, Noble-Lazarus, Gray, Taylor, Digby.
Swansea: Tremmel, Rangel, Williams, Monk, Taylor, Dyer, Britton, Orlandi, Routledge, Graham, Agustien. Subs: Moreira, Sinclair, Lita, Moore, Bessone, Allen, Sigurdsson.
Referee: Stuart Attwell (Warwickshire)
14.54: Everton boss David Moyes names a relatively strong side for the FA Cup third-round clash against non-league Tamworth at Goodison Park this afternoon.
Moyes' options are limited by injuries to the likes of Phil Jagielka, Leon Osman and Tim Cahill but Marouane Fellaini returns while James McFadden makes his first start since returning to Everton in October.
Toffees fan Joe Collister makes only his second appearance in goal for Tamworth while veteran striker Iyseden Christie offeres the main goal threat having already reached double figures this season.
14.52: Cardiff manager Malky Mackay makes 10 changes to his side for the FA Cup third-round clash at West Brom with Tuesday's Carling Cup semi-final first leg against Crystal Palace in mind.
Midfielder Darcy Blake is the only survivor from Monday's 3-1 win at home to Reading as Mackay undoubtedly prioritises one particular route to Wembley.
West Brom manager Roy Hodgson is forced into another two changes with Paul Scharner and Jerome Thomas taking the club's casualty list up to nine, as Gonzalo Jara Reyes and James Morrison are brought in.
14.51: Full team news from White Hart Lane:
Tottenham v Cheltenham
Tottenham: Cudicini, Bassong, Livermore, Dawson, Rose, Lennon, Pienaar, Kranjcar, Giovani, Pavlyuchenko, Defoe. Subs: Gomes, Kaboul, Van der Vaart, Falque, Bostock, Carroll, Parrett.
Cheltenham: Brown, Bennett, Elliott, Garbutt, Jombati, Pack, Low, Penn, Summerfield, Spencer, Mohamed. Subs: Book, Lowe, Andrew, Duffy, Goulding, Smikle, Graham.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
14.50: Michael Dawson makes his first appearance since August as Tottenham look to book their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup with a win over npower League Two side Cheltenham at White Hart Lane.
Carlo Cudicini, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Steven Pienaar all make rare starts in a team that contains 10 changes from the XI that beat West Brom 1-0 on Tuesday.
Cheltenham make one change to their team, with James Spencer coming in for top scorer Darryl Duffy.
14.48: QPR manager Neil Warnock hands on-loan striker Federico Macheda his first start as he names a strong line-up in an attempt to avoid a shock against League One MK Dons in the third round of the FA Cup.
With Joey Barton suspended Warnock makes five changes from the team beaten by Norwich on Monday but includes Heidar Helguson and Jay Bothroyd on the bench.
MK Dons manager Karl Robinson, meanwhile, is looking for another top-flight scalp following his side's defeat of Norwich in the Carling Cup earlier this season.
Full-back Adam Smith, on loan from Tottenham, returns after suspension for an MK Dons side who are looking to show why they are many people's tips for promotion to the Championship this season.
14.47: From the Hawthorns:
West Brom v Cardiff
West Brom: Foster, Jones, Dawson, McAuley, Shorey, Jara Reyes, Dorrans, Morrison, Thorne, Cox, Odemwingie. Subs: Fulop, Mattock, Tchoyi, Woods, Mantom, Tamas, Fortune.
Cardiff: Heaton, Quinn, Gerrard, Keinan, Naylor, Kiss, Blake, McPhail, Conway, Gestede, Earnshaw. Subs: Marshall, Gyepes, Mason, Evans, Oshilaja, Wharton, Ralls.
Referee: Lee Probert (Wiltshire)
14.45: From the County Ground:
Swindon v Wigan
Swindon: Foderingham, Caddis, Flint, McCormack, Kennedy, Ritchie, Ferry, Jonathan Smith, De Vita, Connell, Murray. Subs: Phil Smith, Devera, Benson, Gabilondo, Cibocchi, Magera, Louis Thompson.
Wigan: Al Habsi, Boyce, Caldwell, Lopez, Mustoe, Maloney, Thomas, McArthur, Watson, McManaman, Di Santo. Subs: Pollitt, Gohouri, Moses, Gomez, Sammon, Dicko, Redmond.
Referee: Peter Walton (Northamptonshire)
14.43: From the Priestfield Stadium:
Gillingham v Stoke
Gillingham: Flitney, Lee, Richards, Lawrence, Frampton, Jack Payne, Whelpdale, Weston, Montrose, Jackman, Kedwell. Subs: Gazzaniga, Oli, Rooney, Fish, Davies, Rance, Stefan Payne.
Stoke: Begovic, Woodgate, Shawcross, Huth, Upson, Shotton, Palacios, Delap, Jerome, Jones, Walters. Subs: Nash, Higginbotham, Whelan, Fuller, Diao, Pennant, Whitehead.
Referee: Mark Halsey (Lancashire)
14.41: Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers hands a debut to goalkeeper Gerhard Tremmel for this afternoon's FA Cup third-round tie against Barnsley at Oakwell.
Summer signing Tremmel replaces Michel Vorm while defender Garry Monk comes in for Steven Caulker in the only other change to the Swans' first XI from the 2-0 Barclays Premier League win at Aston Villa on Monday.
Midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, whose arrival on loan from Hoffenheim had been confirmed earlier in the week, is among the substitutes.
For the hosts, midfielder Danny Drinkwater makes his comeback from injury a day after extending his loan from Manchester United with defender Scott Wiseman dropping to the bench in the only adjustment from the 2-0 npower Championship defeat at Doncaster.
14.39: From Craven Cottage:
Fulham v Charlton
Fulham: Stockdale, Kelly, Senderos, Hangeland, John Arne Riise, Murphy, Frei, Dempsey, Dembele, Ruiz, Zamora. Subs: Etheridge, Sidwell, Orlando Sa, Kasami, Gecov, Duff, Hughes.
Charlton: Sullivan, Solly, Taylor, Morrison, Wiggins, Green, Pritchard, Hollands, Jackson, Wright-Phillips, Kermorgant. Subs: Pope, Hughes, Evina, Hayes, Wagstaff, Euell, Cort.
Referee: Phil Dowd (Staffordshire)
14.37: From Moss Rose:
Macclesfield v Bolton
Macclesfield: Veiga, Bateson, Brisley, Brown, Tremarco, Hamshaw, Wedgbury, Mendy, Diagne, Daniel, Donnelly. Subs: Collis, Morgan, Mukendi, Fairhurst, Fisher, Hewitt, Whiteoak.
Bolton: Bogdan, Riley, Wheater, Knight, Robinson, Eagles, Reo-Coker, Pratley, Petrov, Klasnic, Kevin Davies. Subs: Lynch, Sanli, Mark Davies, Blake, Ngog, Boyata, O'Halloran.
Referee: Jon Moss (W Yorkshire)
14.35: From Goodison Park:
Everton v Tamworth
Everton: Howard, Coleman, Heitinga, Distin, Neville, Donovan, Fellaini, Bilyaletdinov, Gueye, McFadden, Anichebe. Subs: Hahnemann, Baines, Drenthe, Stracqualursi, Vellios, Duffy, McAleny.
Tamworth: Collister, Tait, Francis, Kanyuka, Habergham, McKoy, Courtney, Barrow, Thomas, Patterson, Christie. Subs: Hedge, Oji, St Aimie, McDonald, Shariff, Taylor, Wallen.
Referee: Robert Madley (West Yorkshire)
14.33: Swindon manager Paolo Di Canio keeps faith with the same starting XI that beat AFC Wimbledon 2-0 in npower League Two on Monday for this afternoon's FA Cup third round clash with Wigan.
Di Canio's counterpart Roberto Martinez makes wholesale changes to his Latics side for the trip to the County Ground.
Only goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi and midfielder Ben Watson keep their places from the 4-1 home defeat to Sunderland in midweek, while captain Gary Caldwell returns in the heart of defence following suspension and 20-year-old Jordan Mustoe is handed his full debut in midfield.
14.31: From OptaJoe:
16 – QPR could today equal the record for the longest run of FA Cup games without a win by a league side (last win vs Luton in 2001). Out
Also MK Dons have never reached round four – something has to give.
Milton Keynes Dons v QPR
Milton Keynes Dons: Martin, Smith, Shaun Williams, MacKenzie, Lewington, Chadwick, Gleeson, Potter, Bowditch, Ibehre, Daniel Powell. Subs: McLoughlin, Doumbe, Flanagan, O'Shea, Lobjoit, Alli, Collins.
QPR: Cerny, Young, Gabbidon, Hall, Hill, Mackie, Derry, Faurlin, Smith, Macheda, Campbell. Subs: Murphy, Helguson, Bothroyd, Buzsaky, Connolly, Andrade, Orr.
Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)
14.28: Fulham name a strong-looking line-up for this afternoon's FA Cup third-round tie against Charlton.
Martin Jol sticks by his word not to name a weakened side at Craven Cottage, with Kerim Frei the only change to the side that defeated Arsenal on Monday.
Meanwhile, Charlton manager Chris Powell keeps largely the same side that defeated Brentford earlier this week, with John Sullivan and Matthew Taylor drafted in.
14.25: Norwich number two Declan Rudd is given another chance to impress against npower Championship side Burnley in the third round of the FA Cup at Carrow Road.
Canaries manager Paul Lambert, however, resists the temptation to make wholesale changes, keeping the same back four which won at QPR with captain Grant Holt and Canada striker Simeon Jackson leading the attack.
Burnley bring Martin Paterson into the front three, with 18-year-old striker Joe Jackson on the bench for the first time.
14.22: Hatem Ben Arfa is handed his chance as Newcastle boss Alan Pardew shuffles his pack for this afternoon's FA Cup third round clash with Blackburn.
The Frenchman is one of four changes to the side which beat Manchester 3-0 in midweek as he, Mehdi Abeid, Gabriel Obertan and Leon Best replace the African Nations Cup-bound Demba Ba and Cheick Tiote, and Ryan Taylor and Shola Ameobi.
Rovers manager Steve Kean hands returns to five men as Martin Olsson, Ruben Rochina, Radosav Petrovic, Simon Vukcevic and David Goodwillie are drafted in to replace Christopher Samba, Jason Lowe, Mauro Formica, David Dunn and Ayegbeni Yakubu .
14.19: Team news from Carrow Road as Paul Lambert's side host Championship outfit Burnley.
Norwich v Burnley
Norwich: Rudd, Martin, Whitbread, Ayala, Drury, Fox, Crofts, Surman, Hoolahan, Holt, Jackson. Subs: Steer, Johnson, Morison, Bennett, Lappin, Barnett, Wilbraham.
Burnley: Grant, Amougou, Edgar, Easton, Mee, Wallace, Marney, McCann, Rodriguez, Paterson, Austin. Subs: Stewart, Stanislas, Hines, Bartley, Treacy, MacDonald, Jackson.
Referee: Mike Jones (Cheshire)
14.16: It's going to be a busy afternoon for action so keep up-to-date with all the goals in games involving a Premier League side with our live goals service on Twitter.
14.13: The third round action is already underway though, with our man Nick Metcalfe providing up-to-date coverage on what is one of the greatest football games ever seen between Birmingham and Wolves* Just over 10 minutes left at St Andrew's.
*You may disagree
14.10: Anyone who doubted the magic of the cup may I just point you towards last night. Liverpool's 5-1 win over Oldham was a high intense battle for an hour and was as enjoyable as any game I have seen this season – it had everything, even Andy Carroll scored!
With 23 games to get through this afternoon, I don't think the drama is going to stop there. All the major team news coming up.
Up for the cup: Landon Donovan (left) is poised to feature in Everton's attack