|Dates: 4-8 January Coverage: Watch four live games including Middlesbrough v Aston Villa (17:30 GMT kick-off) live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app on Saturday, 6 January, and Arsenal v Liverpool (16:30 kick-off) live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app on Sunday, 7 January.
One of the most eagerly awaited events of the football calendar takes place over the next few days when lower league teams dream of causing an upset in the third round of the FA Cup.
There are 32 ties spread over five days, including League Two Gillingham at home to Premier League strugglers Sheffield United and League One Wigan Athletic hosting 12-time winners Manchester United.
Four non-league teams remain, including National League leaders Chesterfield, who are at Championship side Watford.
Maidstone United, from the sixth tier and the lowest ranked side left, are home to Stevenage from three leagues above.
There are four live games across BBC platforms, including Sunday’s heavyweight all-Premier League clash on BBC One between record 14-time winners Arsenal and eight-time winners Liverpool (16:30 GMT kick-off).
Championship club Middlesbrough’s home tie with Aston Villa on Saturday (17:30) is also on BBC One.
A further two ties are live on the iPlayer, Red Button and BBC Sport website and app, with eight-time winners Chelsea hosting Preston on Saturday (17:30) and holders Manchester City welcoming Huddersfield to Etihad Stadium on Sunday (14:00).