FA CUP replays make the iconic competition that little bit more intriguing – and it’s safe to say that there will be several of them in the third round.
Premier League rivals Wolves and Brentford were the first pair to kick-start the need for a replay in this season’s competition.
And since then, SIX more matches have ended in a draw and will have to be played again.
But fans want to know when exactly these replays are taking place.
When are the FA Cup replays?
The FA Cup replays will commence on Monday, January 15.
And the final set of fixtures are scheduled to be played on Wednesday, January 17.
Are there FA Cup replays for every round?
In 2020/21 and the 2021/22 season, all replays were scrapped due to a fixture congestion.
But they were brought back in the 2022/23 campaign. for the third and fourth rounds.
However, from the fifth round onwards, there will be NO replays which means that all matches have to be concluded on the night even if it takes extra time and penalties.
What matches need to be replayed for 2023/24 third round?
Tuesday, January 16
- Bolton vs Luton – 7:45pm
- Blackpool vs Nottingham Forest – 7:45pm
- Wolves vs Brentford – 7:45pm
- Bristol Rovers vs Norwich – 7:45pm
- Birmingham vs Hull – 7:45pm
- Bristol City vs West Ham – 7:45pm
Wednesday, January 17
- Everton vs Crystal Palace – 7:45pm