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FA Cup tie goes live


Filed: Tuesday, 4th December 2012
By: Staff Writer


West Ham United's third round FA Cup clash with Manchester United has been chosen for live broadcast.

The Hammers face the Red Devils at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday, 5th January in the pick of the 32 ties drawn out of the hat by Tottenham's Ledley King and Fabrice Muamba last Sunday.

The game, which will be broadcast live by terrestrial channel ITV will kick off at 5.30pm.

Earlier in the day, SkySports announced that two more of West Ham's 2012/13 Premier League fixtures will be featured live.

United's trip to Aston Villa has been rescheduled for Sunday, 10th February (1.30pm kick off) - whilst the London derby against Tottenham will now take place on Monday, 25th February (8.00pm kick off).





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