The case would be referred to the Professional Game Board for consideration but the FA, unlike the Premier League and EFL, does not insist on selecting players from a set registered list. Instead, the criterion is 14 available players and they can effectively be anyone from the club who is listed as a player, whether that be from the under-23s or under-19s. The FA expects all clubs to field their strongest possible side. As for testing, it will be lateral flow tests and they must be taken within 24 hours of the match and no later than five hours before kick-off. No FA Cup third and fourth round replaysFestive sport goes behind closed doors in Wales to combat Covid-19Who are the non-league clubs left? This season's FA Cup started on 6 August 2021 with the extra preliminary round. Four non-league teams have made it through to the third round - when clubs from the Premier League and Championship enter the competition.
Yeovil host Championship leaders Bournemouth, who reached the quarter-finals last season, on Saturday (17:45). On the same day, Boreham Wood, fourth in the fifth tier of English football, host AFC Wimbledon - 19th in League One - at 15:00. Boreham Wood are looking to reach the fourth round for the first time in their history. Where could the shocks be? Third-round weekend always throws up a surprise or two.
external-linkHere, BBC Sport explains what is different about this season's third round, which is taking place against the backdrop of Covid-19 once again, and what to look out for. Lawro's predictions - his verdict on all 32 FA Cup third-round tiesFA Cup third round fixtures, dates and kick-off timesSwindon 'buzzing' for Man City tieEuropean champions Chelsea host non-league ChesterfieldMeet the four non-league sides all hoping to cause an FA Cup third-round shockNo replays, behind closed doors in Wales, five subsThis time last year no supporters were present at any of the third-round ties because of a 'stay at home' order for millions in the UK. While fans will be allowed to attend ties in England, sport in Wales is currently limited to 50 spectators as the Welsh government continues its fight against Covid-19's Omicron variant. Saturday's tie between Swansea City and Southampton (17:30) is being shown live on BBC One Wales and Sunday's match between Cardiff City and Preston North End (14:00) is live on S4C.
Non-league Chesterfield are at European champions Chelsea - which is live on the BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website, app and the Red Button - and record 14-time winners Arsenal are at Championship club Nottingham Forest. The BBC is showing five live games across its platforms, including 12-time winners Manchester United against Aston Villa at Old Trafford on Monday (19:55 GMT) on BBC One. As the world's longest-running knockout football competition, the FA Cup is celebrating its 150th anniversary.
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