Score and latest updates from all today’s matches at 15:00

FA Cup live: Scores and latest updates from all tonight’s matches at 3pm – Scott Heppell/Reuters

  • Blackpool 1-0 Nottingham Forest

  • Boreham wood 0-1 Accrington Stanley

  • Bournemouth 1-2 Burnley

  • Chesterfield 2-2 West Brom

  • Fleetwood Town 0-0 QPR

  • City of Hull 0-1 Fulham

  • The city of Ipswich 0-0 Rotherham

  • Middlesbrough 1-2 Brighton

  • Millwall 0-1 Sheffield United

  • Shrewsbury town 0-0 Sunderland



Bournemouth 1-2 Burnley

Anass Zaroury The goal is under VAR control.



Hull 0-1 Fulham

Layvin Smoke gave Marco Silva’s team an advantage.


Hull 0-0 Fulham

A good chance for Fulham – Andreas Pereira falls after a half volley and loses. It wasn’t an easy opportunity but he should have tested Ingram in the Hull goal.



Middlesbrough 1-2 Brighton

Adam Lallana once again took the Premier League club to the lead. Kaory Mitoma volleys the ground at the back post, the ball goes over Steffen in Boro’s goal, and Lallana slams it into the back post – brazenly.


Blackpool 1-0 Nottingham Forest

Forest loses to a team that has not won in five home matches. But the Premier League side is back in the game and Surridge has a good chance to equalize but hits the side netting rather than the back of the net.


The third round of the Cup was HUGE



Blackpool 1-0 Nottingham Forest

Blackpool are in poor form and are in the relegation zone of the Championship. But they dominated the start against Premier League Forest and are leading Expitet.


How Benson overtook Burnley

Benson playing at home in the championship game against Bournemouth–Pennsylvania

Benson playing at home in the championship game against Bournemouth–Pennsylvania



Middlesbrough 1-1 Brighton

The hosts return to the game at Riverside thanks to a goal from Chuba Akpom.

Boro besieged the Brighton goal but after one tackle, the Premier League team can’t stop the Akpom from heading to the back of the net.



Bournemouth 1-1 Burnley

Both sides are generous as they received their opener, Burnley returns the favour. Cullen tries a back pass and Ryan Christie he says thank you, hammering home alignment. A much needed goal from the Premier League.



Middlesbrough 0-1 Brighton

The Premier League team took a well-deserved lead at Riverside thanks to Pascal Gross. Zack Steffen defends well against Solly March, but Gross is there to steer him home.



Bournemouth 0-1 Burnley

The championship leaders quickly took the lead on the south coast thanks to Manuel Benson’s goal. The hosts are too hospitable when they give the ball away – Gudmundsson passes Benson and shoots high into the net.

Would it be a shock? I would say no…


An early chance for Hull

Vale beats DeCordova – Reid makes a complete mess, allowing Harvey Vale to score. But the Hull man’s shot misses the target.


They’re all in progress

And Bournemouth saw most of the ball in their tough clash with Burnley. Fulham got off to a better start against Hull.


Chances of a real shock in the match at 15:00?

Looking at the list of games, you’d have to say probably not.

Middlesbrough have won three on a trot in the Championship and face eighth-placed Brighton in the Premier League table. This might be something to watch out for.

Of the other draws, Burnley, absolutely flying at the top of the Championship, will no doubt give Bournemouth a good play – but if the Lancashire side win, will it really be a shock? Bournemouth lost four on the trot and failed to score…

Burnley fans can dream of their side beating Premier League Bournemouth tonight - Getty Images/David Horton

Burnley fans can dream of their side beating Premier League Bournemouth tonight – Getty Images/David Horton


Blackpool vs Nottingham Forest team news

Blackpool: Maxwell, Lyons, Ekpiteta, Thorniley, Husband, Carey, Patino, Poveda-Ocampo, Hamilton, Beesley, Lavery.
Subscriptions: Rogers, Yates, Dougall, Williams, Thompson, Grimshaw, Jack Moore, Trusty, Squires.

Nottingham Forest: Hennessey, Toffolo, McKenna, Cook, Williams, O’Brien, Colback, Fewster, Gustavo Scarpa, Surridge, Dennis.
Subscriptions: Henderson, Worrall, Mangala, Mbe Soh, Johnson, Yates, Renan Lodi, Hammond, Esapa.

Judge: James Linington (Isle of Wight)


Ipswich vs Rotherham team news

Ipswich: Hladky, Vincent-Young, Keogh, Edmundson, Davis, Evans, Humphreys, Chaplin, Aluko, Jackson, Ladapo.
Subscriptions: Walruses, Burns, Harness, Coleman, Burgess, Ahadme, Leigh, Luongo, Edwards.

Rotherham: Johansson, Harding, Wood, Humphreys, Kioso, Odofin, Bramall, Ferguson, Rathbone, Lindsay, Washington.
Subscriptions: Barlaser, McCart, Ogbene, Bola, Hemfrey, Warne, Douglas.

Judge: Sebastian Stockbridge (Tyne & Wear)


Boreham Wood vs Accrington Stanley team news

Boreham wood: Ashmore, Ilesanmi, Agbontohoma, Evans, Coxe, Payne, Brunt, Broadbent, Lewis, Ndlovu, Newton.
Subscriptions: Rees, Marsh, Williams, Sousa, Abayomi.

Accrington Stanley: Savin, Astley, Perritt, Rodgers, McConville, Coyle, Pressley, Conneely, Hamilton, Whalley, Leigh.
Subscriptions: Jensen, Rosarie Longelo, Martin, Woods, Adekoya, Poilly, Fernandes, Pickles, Harper.

Judge: Oliver Langford (In the Midlands)


Information about the team Middlesbrough vs Brighton

Middlesbrough: Steffen, Smith, Fry, McNair, Giles, Howson, Hackney, Forss, Akpom, McGree, Crooks.
Subscriptions: Jones, Mowatt, Rodrigo Muniz, Archer, Hoppe, Watmore, Roberts, Bola, Gitau.

Brighton: Steele, Lamptey, van Hecke, Colwill, Estupinan, Caicedo, Gross, March, Lallana, Mitoma, Ferguson.
Subscriptions: Webster, Mac Allister, Welbeck, Sarmiento, Enciso, Undav, Gilmour, Veltman, McGill.

Judge: Simon Hooper (Wiltshire)


Chesterfield vs West Brom team news

Chesterfield: Fitzsimons, King, Grimes, Williams, Clements, Jones, Mandeville, Akinola, Oldaker, Dobra, Quigley.
Subscriptions: Palmer, Horton, Tshimanga, Clarke, Sheckelford, Uchegbulam, Asante, Banks, Chadwick.

West Brom: Button, Gardner-Hickman, Ajayi, Kelly, Ashworth, Diangana, Livermore, Rogic, Reach, Ahearne-Grant, Thomas-Asante.
Subscriptions: Townsend, O’Shea, Phillips, Dike, Molumby, Wallace, Swift, Palmer, Yokuslu.

Judge: Rebecca Welch (England)


News about the team Shrewsbury – Sunderland

Shrewsbury: Marosi, Pennington, Dunkley, Moore, Bennett, Phillips, Leahy, Shipley, O’Brien, Bayliss, Saydee.
Subscriptions: Burgoyne, Street, Pyke, Bloxham, Da Costa, Barlow, Bailey.

Sunderland: Bass, Hume, Ballard, Wright, O’Nien, Neil, Michut, Ba, Diallo, Roberts, Bennette.
Subscriptions: Rigg, Patterson, Gooch, Stewart, Clarke.

Judge: Scott Oldham (Lancashire)


Hull vs Fulham team news

Hull: Ingram, Coyle, Tobias Figueiredo, McLoughlin, Elder, Woods, Simons, Docherty, Tufan, Vale, Smith.
Subscriptions: Greaves, Alfie Jones, Estupinan, Slater, Callum Jones, Tetteh, Lo-Tutala, Christie, Connolly.

Fulham: Rodak, Reid, Adarabioyo, Diop, Kurzawa, Reed, Cairney, James, Andreas Pereira, Wilson, Vinicius.
Subscriptions: Tete, Solomon, Chalobah, Ream, Leno, Joao Palhinha, Antonee Robinson, Harris, McFarlane.

Judge: Josh Smith (Lincolnshire)


Millwall vs Sheff Utd team news

Millwall: Bialkowski, McNamara, Cresswell, Hutchinson, Wallace, Saville, Shackleton, Voglsammer, Honeyman, Bennett, Bradshaw.
Subscriptions: Cooper, Evans, Mitchell, Flemming, Burey, Leonard, Trueman, Esse.

Sheff Utd: Davies, Basham, Egan, Robinson, Bogle, McAtee, Norwood, Doyle, Stevens, Ndiaye, Jebbison.
Subscriptions: Baldock, Berge, Sharp, Ahmedhodzic, Coulibaly, Foderingham, Brooks, Buyabu.

Judge: John Brooks (Leicestershire)


News about the team Bournemouth – Burnley

AFC Bournemouth: Travers, Smith, Stephens, Senesi, Zemura, Christie, Cook, Rothwell, Anthony, Solanke, Billing.
Subscriptions: Kelly, Mepham, Marcondes, Stacey, Lowe, Dembele, Moore, Pearson, Plain.

Burnley: Peacock-Farrell, Roberts, Harwood-Bellis, Beyer, Taylor, Cullen, Brownhill, Gudmundsson, Benson, Zaroury, Barnes.
Subscriptions: Cork, Egan-Riley, Twine, McNally, Tella, Bastien, Churlinov, Dervisoglu, Muric.

Judge: Tim Robinson (West Sussex)


Fleetwood vs QPR team news

Fleetwood Town: Stolarczyk, Johnston, Nsiala, Sarpong-Wiredu, Andrew, Vela, Warrington, Hayes, Omochere, Muskwe, Mendes Gomes.
Subscriptions: Patterson, Devlin, Morton, Lane, Holgate, Gerard Garner, Batty, Baggley, McMullan.

QPR: Dieng, Kakay, Dickie, Dunne, Hamalainen, Dozzell, Field, Adomah, Chair, Willock, Dykes.
Subscriptions: Roberts, Archer, Richards, Paal, Masterson, Laird, Armstrong, Mahoney, Iroegbunam.

Judge: Stephen Martin (Staffordshire)


Can Fulham avoid upset against Hull?

Welcome to live commentary on all of today’s FA Cup matches at 3pm.

Marco Silva has challenged his Fulham side to capitalize on their better Premier League form against Hull.

Fulham head to the MKM Stadium for tonight’s third-round match having won all three of their matches since league play resumed after the World Cup break and are seventh in the table.

Silva believes this is a solid platform from which Fulham can build the second half of the campaign.

“We are very happy with the way we restarted after the World Cup. You never know what you can achieve at the level we play at,” Silva said.

“Even before the break we lost in the last minute to both Manchester clubs, but we were in good form.

“This (FA Cup) is a really important competition for me, for us, for the football club. Everyone has to respect the FA Cup.”

Portuguese coach Silva took his first job in English football with a five-month stint at Hull when they played in the Premier League in 2017.

Even though Hull were eventually relegated at the end of the season amid protests against club ownership, Silva still has fond memories of the 22-match period, including reaching the League Cup semi-finals.

“I came at a difficult time but the fans were special to us,” said Silva, whose Fulham side won against Hull en route to promotion from the Championship last season.

“No one believed in us, but the way we improved players at that point was really good and coming back will be special.”

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