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TV switch comfirmed


Filed: Wednesday, 9th December 2009
By: Staff Writer


West Ham United's third round FA Cup clash with Arsenal will be broadcast live on TV.

It was announced this morning that ITV1 will be showing the entire game live on Sunday, 3rd January. As a result of the decision the game will now kick off at 4:15pm GMT.

Meanwhile West Ham's youth team are in cup action themselves this evening when they face Plymouth in the third round of the FA Youth Cup at Home Park.

The game kicks off at 7:00pm.

* To see our five favourite FA Cup goals against Arsenal, click here.





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