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FA Cup Third Round, Sunday: Open Thread

man united swansea programme FA Cup Third Round, Sunday: Open Thread

Manchester United plays Swansea City in the final FA Cup match of the day. At Old Trafford, the starting line-ups are in:

Manchester United: Lindegaard; Smalling, Evans, Ferdinand, Büttner; Valencia, Fletcher, Cleverley, Kagawa; Welbeck, Hernandez.

Subs: De Gea, Fabio, Anderson, Carrick, Giggs, Zaha, Januzaj.

Swansea City: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Amat, Chico Flores, Taylor, Britton (capt), de Guzman, Shelvey, Pozuelo, Routledge, Bon

Subs: Cornell, Davies, Williams, Rangel, Canas, Donnelly, Vazquez

Out of the six FA Cup matches today, three of them will be televised.

Here’s today’s TV schedule for soccer fans in the United States:

Nottingham Forest vs West Ham (FA Cup third round), 7am, FOX Sports 2 and FOX Soccer 2Go
Derby County vs Chelsea (FA Cup third round), 9:15am, FOX Sports 1 and FOX Soccer 2Go
Manchester United vs Swansea (FA Cup third round), 11.30am, FOX Sports 1 and FOX Soccer 2Go

Today’s FA Cup matches that are not being shown on television or Internet in the United States are:

Sunderland vs Carlisle United (FA Cup third round), 9am ET
Liverpool vs Oldham (FA Cup third round), 10am ET
Port Vale vs Plymouth Argyle (FA Cup third round), 10am ET

Before, during or after today’s matches, join the conversation in the comments section below with fellow soccer fans from around the world.

Have a wonderful Sunday.


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