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With the UK on lockdown again, the FA Cup magic will be a tonic for fans who have been under the new coronavirus regulations for months

And to give fans a boost, you can watch every single clash on TV – with a range of games that air for free

Games are shown on BT Sport and the BBC, although none are shown on the FA Player as in the third round

BT Sports games are available to anyone who has a subscription to the service The BT Sport Extra channel is available by pressing the red button

If you have an EE telephone contract, you can try a three month trial of BT Sport by sending SPORT to 150

To get the FA Player, visit the official website or download the app to your phone from the app or the Play Store

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