FA Cup third round LIVE scores: Trippier and Newcastle 1-0 DOWN against Cambridge, Leicester lead 4-1 against Watford

FA Cup 3rd round is here!

The first contest was held by two members and candidates, but the big man is now attending the meeting.

Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Man City are all involved at this stage, as are the rest of the Premier League clubs.

City kicked off their campaign on Friday night with a 4-1 win over Swindon Town.

Leicester face Watford in a Premier League match as Newcastle host Cambridge.

And today, there are 21 more FA Cup fixtures for fans to enjoy.


  • FT: Swindon Town 1-4 Manchester City
  • FT: Millwall 1-2 Crystal Palace
  • FT: Bristol City 0-1 Fulham (AET)
  • FT: Burnley 1-2 Huddersfield Town
  • FT: Coventry City 1-0 Derby County
  • FT: Hartlepool United 2-1 Blackpool
  • FT: Mansfield Town 2-3 Middlesbrough


Follow ALL the action with our live blog below…

  • To enter! Talk about a Kidderminster comeback is ahead!

    Amari Morgan-Smith nodded home with a chaotic long throw that Reading simply couldn’t deal with.

    This can happen.

    Kidderminster 2-1 Read

  • To enter! What a comeback from Barrow!

    It’s the absolute scenes in Oakwell as the ten-man Barrow has fixed Barnsley back through Anthony Glennon thanks to some great construction plays by Josh Kay and Luke James.

    It’s another player who debuted with a goal today, the FA Cup is something special.

    Barnsley 2-2 Barrow

  • How is this really happening?

    Newcastle manager Eddie Howe looked confused as Cambridge United continued to lead his side.

    Even Atletico Madrid signing Kieran Trippier is struggling to pose a threat from the League One side.

  • Wigan 2-1 Blackburn

    80. The League A Wigan Athletic team had a ten-minute hold to knock out Championship second-placed Blackburn Rovers.

    The visitors initially took the lead but credit to Wigan, who turned the game around.

  • To enter! Oh no, that’s unfortunate!

    Just as Port Vale was flustered and panting, Bryan Mbeumo had a magical moment to restore Brentford’s two-goal lead.

    Port Vale supporters are broken.

    Port Vale 1-3 Brentford

  • Port Vale 1-2 Brentford

    76. The match was becoming a classic at Vale Park when the home team knocked on Brentford’s door.

    Bryan Mbeumo thought he had secured a place in the fourth round for the London club but Kian Harrat scored a few minutes later.

  • Someone hasn’t paid their bill

    It’s all happening in Leicester, including the headlights going off during the game.

    You cannot write it.

  • To enter! Kidderminister can’t be stopped!

    The lowest-ranked team remaining in the tournament drew against Championship’s Reading team Sam Austin.

    It shouldn’t have found its way past the defenders but it did and Kidderminster wouldn’t care, they were just happy to get the goal.

    Kidderminster 1-1 Read

  • To enter! Barrow is not finished yet!

    Oliver Banks scored a superb goal from a free kick to create a chance for ten-man Barrow at Oakwell.

    It’s the panic station in Barnsley.

    Barnsley 2-1 Barrow

  • To enter! Peterborough reclaims the top spot!

    After being locked in from a Paul Coutts penalty, Bali Mumba made the perfect debut for himself as he moved forward from left-back before finishing home.

    Great goal of the 20-year-old player.

    Peterborough 2-1 Bristol

  • Leicester 3-1 Watford

    54. While all the other action was going on around the competition, Harvey Barnes controlled Ademola Lookman’s pass before smartly finishing.

    There was a VAR check but the winger was around and that put the players in a comfortable position.

  • To enter! West Brom have scored the opening goal!

    Karlan Grant broke through on the right before passing it back to CR7, who picked his position and shot into the net.

    And no, I don’t mean Cristiano Ronaldo, I’m talking about Callum Robinson.

    West Brom 1-0 Brighton

  • To enter! The referee gave it!

    After a moment of deliberation to see if the ball would go wide or not before reaching Joe Ironisde, who had cushioned the ball close to the goal, the goal was scored.

    Cambridge fans celebrate twice.

    Newcastle 0-1 Cambridge

  • To enter! The miracle of the FA Cup! Cambridge got the opener!

    Newcastle looked flustered when, after all their pressure, Cambridge United took the lead!

  • Newcastle 0-0 Cambridge

    46. ​​St.James’ Park went crazy when they thought their team had finally taken the lead but the referee’s flag went up when the ball was already in the net.

    Shame on how.

  • Updates around the cup

    The second half has continued in all ten games starting at 15:00 and most of the relationships are still in the balance.

    Get ready for those who take more action.

  • First 45 stats – Leicester 2-1 Watford

    Match of the day did not disappoint with it delivering three goals in the first half.

    It looked like the holders would run away with this one but the Wasp has returned to this path and hasn’t separated much of the two sides for a while.

  • Halftime scores around the city

  • To enter! Kidderminster has been so close so far!

    The Kidderminister Harriers are the lowest-ranked club left in the league and it took them only minutes to reach half-time against Reading but George Puscas excelled with a goal.

    Drinkwater’s superb serve was cushioned by Dele-Bashiru, allowing Puscas to hit a loose ball and head home.

    Kidderminster 0-1 Read

  • To enter! Barnsley doubles the lead!

    Jordan Williams made it two at Oakwell Stadium after some confusion in the back column with defenders Barrow.

    It’s probably a tie unless magic happens.

  • Barnsley 1-0 Barrow

    40. Things are going badly for Barrow, who is behind a goal and now finds himself the loser after Tom Brading raised his leg too high during a challenge with Romal Palmer.

    It was indeed a tough battle for the away team.

  • To enter! Bristol Rover scores the equalizer!

    Paul Coutts took a penalty kick for a keeper error on Coutts.

    Peterborough 1-1 Bristol

  • To enter! Brentford makes Port Vale pay!

    Premier League side Brentford took the lead over Port Vale and it was well deserved after all the pressure they put on.

    After a smooth combination, Marcus Forss picked up the ball and broke the ball home, leaving the keeper with no chance.

    Port Vale 0-1 Brentford FA Cup third round LIVE scores: Trippier and Newcastle 1-0 DOWN against Cambridge, Leicester lead 4-1 against Watford


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