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By Tom Rostance

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  1. LINE-UPS

    Manchester United v Wolves (19:45 GMT) – winners play Watford or Tranmere

    Man Utd: Romero, Wan Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Williams,
    Fred, Matic, Greenwood, Mata, James, Martial. Subs: Jones,
    Rashford, Grant, Lingard, Andreas Pereira, Dalot, Chong.

    Wolverhampton: Ruddy, Dendoncker, Coady, Saiss, Doherty,
    Joao Moutinho, Neves, Jonny, Traore, Jimenez, Pedro Neto. Subs:
    Bennett, Rui Patricio, Gibbs-White, Ruben Vinagre, Kilman,
    Ashley-Seal, Rasmussen.

    Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire)

  2. Post update

    Carlisle v Cardiff (19:45 GMT) – winners play Reading

    This will be the first meeting between Carlisle and Cardiff at Brunton Park since October 2000. Carlisle are without a win in their last five home encounters with Cardiff (D2 L3).

  3. Post update

    Has – has anyone ever been stung by a wasp in January before?!

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    Video caption: Masters 2020: ‘He got me!’ – Wasp stings referee Ben Williams

    This is massive news surely.

  4. No Dubai trip for United

    Manchester United v Wolves (19:45 GMT) – winners play Watford or Tranmere

    Manchester United have scrapped plans for a training camp in the Gulf region during next month’s winter break because of security concerns.

    United do not play for 16 days between Premier League ties against Wolves on 1 February and at Chelsea on 17 February.

    Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plans to give his squad a few days off before going away for a training camp.

    While the destination had not been decided, Qatar and Dubai would have been near the top of United’s list.

    Dubai

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    Image caption: United headed to Dubai last winter

    When asked if United’s plans had changed, Solskjaer said: “Yes, there are things that worry me more than football.

    “We were looking at the Middle East but that is definitely not going to happen. We will stay in Europe.”

    The latest Foreign and Commonwealth Office travel advice for Qatar is that tourists should “remain vigilant” amid a “heightened threat of terrorist attacks globally against UK interests and British nationals”.

  5. The first game

    Carlisle v Cardiff (19:45 GMT) – winners play Reading

    League Two strugglers Carlisle were denied one of the upsets of the FA Cup third round as Championship Cardiff City fought from 2-0 down to draw 2-2.

    Can they go one better tonight?

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    Video caption: Commentators question Cardiff’s equaliser after the ball appears to go out of play
  6. The first game

    Manchester United v Wolves (19:45 GMT) – winners play Watford or Tranmere

    It wasn’t a thriller.

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    Video caption: Wolves (Doherty disallowed goal) 0-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United failed to have a shot on target in a domestic game for the first time since January 2015 as they played out a goalless FA Cup draw at Molineux.

  7. BreakingUnited go STRONG

    Manchester United v Wolves (19:45 GMT) – winners play Watford or Tranmere

    Manchester United

    And just three changes from the hosts – in come Romero, Greenwood and James…

  8. BreakingWolves go STRONG

    Manchester United v Wolves (19:45 GMT) – winners play Watford or Tranmere

    Wolves

    One change for Wolves from the 1-1 draw with Newcastle as John Ruddy comes in…

  9. comments

    Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text us on 81111 (UK Only)

    Lee Chamberlain: For one night only I am Welsh or at least a Cardiff fan. If Cardiff beat Carlisle tonight it is worth something like £250k for #ntfc

    That’s quite rightit was news to me but the last club standing in each division now gets a quarter of a million quid payout.

    Happy days…

  10. Head-to-head

    Manchester United v Wolves (19:45 GMT) – winners play Watford or Tranmere

    Wolves v Utd

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    Premier League rivals Manchester United and Wolves face each other in an FA Cup third-round replay at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

    The two sides are becoming familiar foes – with this the second of three meetings in the space of four weeks.

    Think you know all about both teams’ players? Test your knowledge with our quiz.

  11. ‘We’d love to win’

    Manchester United v Wolves (19:45 GMT) – winners play Watford or Tranmere

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: “We want to win the game and go through. The FA Cup is a fantastic tournament, it’s one we’d love to get to the final of and win.”

  12. ‘The most important game’

    Manchester United v Wolves (19:45 GMT) – winners play Watford or Tranmere

    Wolves

    Nuno

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    This game is Wolves’ 38th of the season after they started their campaign in the Europa League qualifiers in July and boss Nuno Espirito Santo has been pleased with how his squad have handled the extra workload.

    “It’s about the way they prepare themselves on a daily basis with the way they recover and compete, credit to all the players,” he said.

    “It’s the most important game, the next one is always the most important.”

  13. Tonight’s action

    Carlisle

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    Carlisle v Cardiff (19:45 GMT) – winners play Reading

    Manchester United v Wolves (19:45 GMT) – winners play Watford or Tranmere

  14. All aboard for round four?

    And then there were three.

    Three FA Cup Third Round replays remain and while Tranmere and Watford will have to go again, again, next week, tonight we will wrap up two.

    VAR

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    Image caption: VARRRGGGHHHHHH

    Will Manchester United remain in the Cup? Or will Wolves come out top in the battle of the Europa League giants?

    Carlisle also play Cardiff. Let’s go!

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