Will Liverpool maintain their run against Wolves, or will Wolves' FA Cup record against the Reds come out on top? 19:38 Quite the front three Quite the array of stars in that dressing room. Salah, Darwin, Gakpo - a pretty incredible front three on paper - is it one of the most scary in the country at the moment? 19:35 A busy FA Cup day already It's already been a busy old day of FA Cup action, and we've had our fair share of upsets already! Have a look down below at just a select few of the games that have already been played out this afternoon. ROSS HEPPENSTALL AT MKM STADIUM: Hull 0-2 Fulham: Marco Silva enjoyed a successful return to the MKM Stadium when his Fulham side defeated Hull City. Sam Field had given the Championship side the lead, but Aristote Nsiala headed in an equaliser before the break and Promise Omochere struck what proved to be the winner in the second half.
One man they've been heavily linked with is Brighton's Moises Caicedo... although he might cost them more than a pretty penny... Read below to find out more. Brighton have received no offers for Moises Caicedo, according to the club's CEO Paul Barber, despite rumours linking their midfielder to Liverpool or Chelsea. 19:45 Final preparations... Both sides getting their final preparations done with kick-off only 15 minutes away.
Incidentally, that was the third of Wolves' four FA Cup titles. Their first - in 1892-93 - was against Liverpool's arch nemesis Everton. Julen Lopetegui is looking to steer his side to a first win over the cup holders since back in 1948-49 19:27 On this day 17 years ago What a goal this was - I remember watching it on Match of the Day and still not really understanding it after rewinding it a few times. Xabi Alonso with a belter against Luton 17 years ago to the day.
20:12 12' Lacking in chances so far Not quite a sedate start, but lacking in good chances from both sides. Liverpool have had a couple of shots so far, but one was straight at the goalkeeper from 18 yards, and the other was off target from the free-kick. For all Wolves' nervous defending, they're not exactly being made to pay for it just yet.
The new boy takes a touch and lashes goalward with his left foot, but it's straight at Sarkic, who saves comfortably. 20:04 3' Just over the bar It's Salah with it and it's just over the crossbar. Sarkic had it covered - he just couldn't get the dip on it. 20:03 3' Early free-kick for the hosts Slow start to this one so far, with Liverpool knocking it around the back as they get a few early touches on the ball. Gakpo has a dart in the left channel but debutant Lembikisa cuts it out. Cries for a penalty from Mo Salah out of nowhere as he is taken out by Toti, but it's a free-kick on the edge of the box... 20:00 1' Kick-off "You'll never walk alone" is over - it's game time.
19:22 Shaky record as holders As I'm sure we all remember, Liverpool are the current holders of the cup, having beaten Chelsea on penalties to seal a domestic cup double and their eighth overall trophy in the competition. But that seems to be something of a double-edged blade for the Reds, as they've gone out in the third round of four of their last seven campaigns when beginning the tournament as the reigning champions. They've not come into the FA Cup as holders since 2006-07, when they were dumped out at this stage by Arsenal, who ran out 3-1 winners at Anfield. Liverpool enter the competition as the holders of the tournament but have a poor record the year after winning 19:20 Arriving on the scene...
DAVID COVERDALE AT THE RIVERSIDE STADIUM: Just 20 days ago, the Argentina midfielder was lifting the World Cup in Qatar after providing an assist for Angel Di Maria. JOE BERNSTEIN AT BLOOMFIELD ROAD: Championship strugglers Blackpool took advantage of Nottingham Forest's 11 changes to inflict a humiliating FA Cup shock. ADAM SHERGOLD AT THE TECHNIQUE STADIUM: This was everything that remains bonkers and brilliant about the FA Cup. We had tinfoil trophies being waved in the stands.
Liverpool vs Wolves - FA Cup third round: Live score and updates20:19 19' Neves is down Darwin is then late with a challenge on Neves a minute later. The Portugal midfielder is down with a foot injury receiving some attention on the pitch. He's lacing up his boot - I think it's safe to say he'll be carrying on. 20:18 18' Darwin goes for the acrobatic Salah has a trademark run down the right - takes it towards the byline before cutting in on his left. He tries to pick out Darwin in the box with his cross, and the Uruguayan goes for the bicycle kick, but Collins is brave and gets his head to it.
20:08 8' Sarkic looks shaky. Sarkic has looked shaky in goal for Wolves. He's sent one goal kick straight out into touch and he's just passed the ball 10 yards clear of Jonny at left-back, his intended target. Liverpool don't capitalise and it's back with Robertson and Konate in defence. 20:07 6' Is Gakpo good for Darwin? You sort of feel like Gakpo's arrival is a good thing for Darwin - a bit of time off the radar could be what he needs to get his Liverpool career up and running. He's not been involved much so far tonight, but given his work-rate he's sure to have some involvement. 20:05 4' First shot for Gakpo Salah takes a couple of touches on the edge of the box before shifting it out to the left for Gakpo.
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Wouldn't be a bad way for Gakpo to open his account for the club either. 19:25 Man United kicked things off last night So it's FA Cup weekend, and we were treated to an fantastic game last night as Man United beat Everton 3-1 at Old Trafford to get things started. Interesting to see who a Liverpool fan would have been backing for that one... To re-live the action, click below story. CHRIS WHEELER AT OLD TRAFFORD: For Erik ten Hag, this was another sign that Manchester United may be at the start of something special.
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