Full time: Dover Athletic 0-4 Crystal Palace - Full time: Queens Park Rangers 0-3 Sheffield United

Full time: Sunderland 1-0 Leeds United - Full time: Aston Villa 1-0 Blackpool

Full time: Manchester City 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday - Full time: Southampton 1-1 Ipswich Town

Full time: Stoke City 3-1 Wrexham - Full time: Yeovil Town 0-2 Manchester United

Full time: Chelsea 3-0 Watford - Full time: Arsenal 2-0 Hull City

Per Mertesacker
Meretsacker opened the scoring for Arsenal. Getty Images

19:22: A game that was a repeat of last season's FA Cup final in name only, but a win for Arsenal which is every bit as important as they join Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United in the hat for tomorrow's fourth round draw. Per Mertesacker and Alexis Sanchez did the damage with goals in either half against a Hull side who offered very little throughout.

Well that brings an end to a marathon day of FA Cup action. Over six hours of action, 10 matches, shocks and plenty of goals and we do it all again tomorrow night as Burnely host Tottenham and AFC Wimbledon face Liverpool.

But until then, goodbye.

Full time: Arsenal 2-0 Hull City

19:20: Tom Ince glides through the Arsenal back four and smashes over. Inches away from halving the deficit. Just added on time for Hull to stage a remarkable comeback.

19:18: An effort in anger from Tom Huddlestone as Hull threaten at last, but David Ospina makes an easy save. Too little, too late from Steve Bruce's side whose attention will be survival rather than a domestic cup run.

19:12: Game, set and match at the Emirates as Arsenal get their second eight seven minutes left. Cazorla plays a dummy pass to Sanchez who makes a yard and steers the ball beyond Harper.

Goal: Arsenal 2-0 Hull City (Alexis Sanchez)

19:08: Is there a sting in the tail here? Arsenal continue to pour forward but can't see off Hull. Abel Hernandez on for the Tigers but can they test David Ospina, who has been a bystander for much of this second half.

19:04: Arsenal continue to pass up opportunities to win this tie, which it must be said has represented a poor end to a thrilling weekend in the FA Cup. Hull hanging on.

18:56: Theo Walcott back from the start for the first time in a year and he should have secured Arsenal's passage into the fourth round as he is put through by Sanchez but clips wide.

18:51: Joel Campbell slides wide for Arsenal after Sanchez's loose pass. Change for Hull as Sone Aluko is replaced by Ahmed Elmohamady. Less than half an hour for Hull for force a replay or maybe better.

18:43: Robbie Brady takes aim from 25 yards but the ball soars into the crowd behind the goal. Poor effort and sums up Hull's start to this second half.

18:40: Nasty coming together as Sanchez kicks through and makes contact with Stephen Quinn. Both players limped away from the incident but no treatment is required. Play resumes and Hull are in badly need of some inspiration.

18:34: Players out for the second half at The Emirates Stadium. No changes from either side.

18:20: The Gunners lead at the break through Per Mertesacker's opening goal but there have been chances at both ends and Hull have more than played their part, with Paul McShane, and Tom Ince both having chances. Not a foregone conclusion for Arsenal this but they do have one foot in the fourth round.

Half time: Arsenal 1-0 Hull City

18:03: Hull continue to threaten, particularly in the air as Harry McGuire heads goalwards from 15 yards but Ospina makes an easy save. Several Tigers players in and around the ball couldn't make contact.

17:58: Steve Harper keeps Arsenal at bay again as another corner, headed on at the near post, is turned goal-wards inadvertently by Sagbo and the Hull stopper sticks out a leg and clears it away.

Full time: Chelsea 3-0 Watford

17:55: The holders ahead after 20 minutes as Sanchez's corner is headed home by Per Mertesacker. The Gunners almost double their lead straight away as Rosicky feeds Sanchez, who rounds Harper but his goal-bound shot is cleared off the line by Paul McShane. Tie almost done and dusted in the space of there minutes.

Goal: Arsenal 1-0 Hull City (Per Mertesacker)

17:51: Chances flowing at both ends and Tom Ince drives inside and slams wide of Ospina's goal, the Arsenal summer signing making his second start for the club, before Paul McShane's weak header is saved easily.

17:46: Great to see Theo Walcott for his first start for a year and he almost heps put Arsenal in front as he feeds Alexis Sanchez, whose first shot is blocked before he attempts an audacious chip with his follow-up effort which loops onto the roof of the net.

17:43: Hull made a fast start to the Cup final in May and they have started well this afternoon too, despite making 10 changes from the win over Everton. Robbie Brady and Stephen Quinn among the players hoping to prove a point at the Emirates.

17:36: As Chelsea pull away from Watford, Arsenal should be ahead after just five minutes as Joel Campbell exchanges passes with Sanchez but is denied at point-blank range by Steve Harper.

Goal: Chelsea 3-0 Watford (Kurt Zouma)

17:33: Chelsea into the fourth round as Remy volley's home from close range as Watford's hope is extinguished. Under way at the Emirates Stadium meanwhile.

Goal: Chelsea 2-0 Watford (Loic Remy)

17:30: So just two games to complete. Around 20 minutes remaining at Stamford Bridge where Chelsea lead by a single goal but our attention turns to the Emirates Stadium where Arsenal and Hull City collide in a repeat of last season's FA Cup final.

17:26: The 10-time winners into the hat for the fourth round draw after overcoming Yeovil. FA Cup debut goals for Herrera and Di Maria sees United through in a competition which must be a priority for Louis van Gaal.

Full time: Yeovil Town 0-2 Manchester United

17:21: Louis van Gaal has breathe slightly easier as United double their lead before stoppage time as Rooney's long ball down field finds Di Maria, who draws Steer before dinking the ball beyond the Yeovil 'keeper.

Goal: Yeovil Town 0-2 Manchester United (Angel di Maria)

17:19: Chelsea finally get through as Willian finish a fine Blues move by curling beautifully into the top corner from 20 yards from Remy's cross.

Goal: Chelsea 1-0 Watford (Willian)

17:15: Manchester United trying to play out the final minutes at Huish Park, credit to the effort expended by Yeovil during this game where they haven't allowed the Premier League an inch. A fortunate Ander Herrera effort separates the two sides.

17:06: Second half under way at Stamfird Bridge where the cavalry, Diego Costa and Willian, are on for the hosts. Watford the better team in the first half.

17:02: Doubt Angel di Maria will make a more important contribution than the one he has just made. A corner from the left beats every and Joe Edwards throws himself at the loose ball and the Argentine record signing heads the ball off the line with De Gea struggling.

16:58: Deadlock broken at Huish Park and it has come from Manchester United. Ander Herrera takes aim on the turn and the ball loops up and over Steer and into the back of the net. Angel di Maria on for United, for whom the pressure is off having taken the lead.

Full time: Aston Villa 1-0 Blackpool

Full time: Manchester City 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday

Full time: Southampton 1-1 Ipswich Town

Full time: Stoke City 3-1 Wrexham

Goal: Stoke City 3-1 Wrexham (Stephen Ireland)

Goal: Yeovil Town 0-1 Manchester United (Ander Herrera)

16:54: Heartbreak for Wednesday as James Milner nets his second from two yards out.

Goal: Manchester City 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday (James Milner)

Half time: Chelsea 0-0 Watford

16:49: Two Premier League clubs going through at the first time of asking with late goals in the 3pm kick-offs. Christian Benteke strikes for Villa to prevent going a fourth game without a win. At The Britannia meanwhile Stephen Ireland spares Stokes blushes with what looks like the winner for Stoke against conference side Wrexham. A fifth non-league side heading out of the FA Cup it seems.

Goal: Aston Villa 1-0 Blackpool (Christian Benteke)

Goal: Stoke City 2-1 Wrexham (Stephen Ireland)

16:45: Great chance for Yeovil to set up the shock of the round. Fletcher's wayward header finds Moore, who can't get his feet right and De Gea gets down to make an easy save. Chris Smalling was on hand to put the much-needed pressure on.

16:42: Peter Crouch makes an immediate impact, having his effort saved before Arnautovic tucks home. Less than 10 minutes left for Wrexham to hang on.

Goal: Stoke City 1-1 Wrexham (Marko Arnautovic)

16:39: Team news:

Arsenal v Hull City

Arsenal: Ospina, Bellerin, Chambers, Mertesacker, Monreal, Coquelin, Rosicky, Cazorla, Walcott, Campbell, Sanchez.

Hull City: Harper, Figueroa, Maguire, Davies, McShane, Ince, Huddlestone, Quinn, Brady, Aluko, Sagbo

16:37: Back under way at Yeovil where United have made a couple of changes at the break. Can that inspire an change in fortunes? Around 14 minutes to go across the country in the 3pm kick-offs, where Sheffield Wednesday, Blackpool and Wrexham are all holding onto surprise results.

16:34: The magic of the FA Cup rears its head as Wrexham take the lead at Premier League Stoke City with 17 minutes left. Mark Carrington heads home from six yards to send the 4,500 travelling fans euphoric. Can they hold on?

Goal: Stoke City 0-1 Wrexham (Mark Carrington)

16:27: Sheffield Wednesday's resolve broken with 24 minutes remaining. Substitutes Nasri and Silva combine and put James Milner through and from a tight angle he beats Chris Kirkland at the near post. A soft goal but it has been coming. The Owls would take the replay now, you feel.

Goal: Manchester City 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday (James Milner)

16:21: Wrexham are flying the non-league flat on this Sunday afternoon and are more than holding their own against Premier League Stoke. Wes York has just hit the bar for the visitors and Peter Crouch is coming on for Mark Hughes' side. An hour on the clock there also.

Half time: Yeovil Town 0-0 Manchester United

16:19: David Silva and Samir Nasri enter the fray at the Etihad. A long 30 minutes or so for Sheffield Wednesday to hold on, At Huish Park meanwhile, as we reach half time Radamel Falcao is hauled back by Joe Edwards. Nothing given but it looked like a blatant foul.

16:16: Latest from the Etihad is 10 minutes into the second half Wednesday continue to hold firm, with City offering very little in the way of threat, despite moving James Milner into an advanced role. Changes are imminent.

16:11: Paddy McNair fortunate to get away with a clear handball with Gillett closing in outside the penalty area. Not deliberate handball but nevertheless, the proximity to the goal makes it a talking point. United not got going at all.

16:06: The second halfs are under way in the four 3pm kick-offs. Games at different stages all over the place so it promises to be a busy nest couple of hours. Our eyes will be on the events at the Etihad Stadium where City trail to Sheffield Wednesday.

16:03: Under way in the ninth game of the afternoon where Chelsea host Watford. Eight changes for the Blues with Didier Drogba coming in as captain. The Hornets have won four of their last five and after Jose Mourinho's side were thumped by Tottenham, could they spring a massive surprise?

16:01: No doubt the FA Cup represents United's best hope of winning a trophy this season but despite a strong team having been selected for this third round tie they have started very sluggishly and Yeovil have cruised through this opening 30 minutes without alarm.

15:53: Half time in the four 3pm kick-offs. Break in play at Huish Park where Kieffer Moore and Paddy McNair have clashed heads and both receive lengthy treatment. Fair to say the Manchester United defender has come off the worse and Jonny Evans is being prepared.

Half time: Aston Villa 0-0 Blackpool

Half time: Manchester City 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

Half time: Southampton 1-1 Ipswich Town

Half time: Stoke City 0-0 Wrexham

15:48: Yeovil threaten for the first time after 17 minutes as Arthurworrey wins the first header from a corner and Blackett gets the goal-bound effort away with a good header.

15:40: Wednesday continue to threaten at the Etihad and a break ends with Stevie May shooting wide of Joe Hart's goal. The league champions having some problems.

15:37: Very tight opening down in the west country and the first effort in anger comes from the high profile hosts, with Paddy McNair's effort from range ballooning into the crowd. Now Rafael gets a cross in but Yeovil clear.

15:35: Saints level as a mix-up at the back involving Ipswich goalkeeper Dean Gerkin sees the ball fall to Morgan Schneiderlin, who lobs the stranded goalkeeper.

Goal: Southampton 1-1 Ipswich Town (Morgan Schneiderlin)

15:28: Meanwhile, we're under way at Huish Park where Yeovil Town take on Manchester United. A record 10,000 crowd are there to take in the visit of the 10-time winners of the FA Cup.

15:26: Fernando heads over as City try to hit back straight away after falling behind to Wednesday. Good solid start this from the Championship side.

15:21: Two Premier League clubs in trouble on this Sunday afternoon. Manchester City fall behind after a flowing Wednesday counter attack sees Stevie May feed Nuhiu, who powers past Joe Hart. At St Mary's, Mick McCarthy's visitors are ahead as Ambrose heads home Tyrone Mings' cross. Two cupsets on.

Goal: Southampton 0-1 Ipswich Town (Darren Ambrose)

Goal: Manchester City 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Atdhe Nuhiu)

15:09: The tie at the Etihad Stadium is of course a repeat of the League Cup tie earlier in the season where Wednesday held City in the first half before shipping seven goals in the second period, with Frank Lampard hitting a hat-trick. Manuel Pellegrini's side not picked up from where they left off yet but they are in the ascendency.

15:03: No time to rest, four more games under way including Premier League champions Manchester City v Sheffield Wednesday, with the Etihad Stadium packed to the rafters.

14:56: So it's all over in the first third round ties of the day and Crystal Palace, Sunderland and Sheffield United are into round four after comfortable victories. Jamal Campbell-Ryce helped continue The Blades cup heroics under Nigel Clough, who has lost just two of his 19 matches as a manager at the club, while Sunderland are also through via Patrick van Aanholt's first half goal. At the Crabble Stadium, Scott Dann inspired Crystal Palace to victory as they overwhelmed Dover.

Full time: Sunderland 1-0 Leeds United

Full time: Dover Athletic 0-4 Crystal Palace

Full time: Queens Park Rangers 0-3 Sheffield United

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 0-3 Sheffield United (Jamal Campbell-Ryce)

14:48: Crystal Palace ends with a flourish as Barry Bannan gets away down the left and drives a cross into the six-yard box where Kevin Doyle arrives on cue and nets his first goal of the season. Ideal afternoon for Alan Pardew.

Goal: Dover Athletic 0-4 Crystal Palace (Kevin Doyle)

14:38: As we enter the twilight of our 3pm kick-offs you'll see the team news for the games later this afternoon is starting to filter through. Manchester United's team is particularly interesting, with Wayne Rooney and Radamel Falcao both starting for Louis van Gaal's team.

14:34: Teams:

Yeovil Town v Manchester United

Yeovil Town: Steer, Smith, Nugent, Arthurworrey, Twumasi, Ralph, Edwards, Foley, Dawson, Gillett, Moore

Manchester United: De Gea, Smalling, McNair, Blackett, Rafael, Fletcher, Herrera, Rooney, Shaw, Wilson, Falcao.

14:28: A third goal for Palace and that will secure Alan Pardew marks his first game with a win. Dwight Gayle picks up the ball, drives into the penalty area and thunders past Rafferty at the near post. Fine goal and that will see off the threat of Dover.

Goal: Dover Athletic 0-3 Crystal Palace (Dwight Gayle)

14:24: Palace should be out of sight at the Crabble Stadium after Dwight Gayle is denied a clear penalty after the hour mark. Dover have offered very little as an attacking threat and after earning a plum tie after going out with a whimper.

14:17: Teams:

Manchester City v Sheffield Wednesday

Manchester City: Caballero, Sagna, Boyata, Mangala, Kolarov, Fernando, Toure, Milner, Navas, Lampard, Jovetic

Sheffield Wednesday: Kirkland, Loovens, Semedo, May, Palmer, Nuhiu, Lees, Helan, Maghoma, Lee, Dielna

14:12: Scott Dann almost nets his first professional hat-trick but heads straight at Rafferty. Dover not been able to deal with the aerial threat all afternoon. Leeds meanwhile staging a second half comeback at the Stadium of Light but have a penalty appeal waved away.

14:07: Our first genuine cupset of the third round very much on at Loftus Road where Sheffield United double their lead through Jamal Campbell-Ryce, who taps in from a yard out after a corner isn't cleared. Problems for Harry Redknapp, who of course has such a great affinity with the competition.

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 0-2 Sheffield United (Jamal Campbell-Ryce)

14:04: Second halfs under way across the country.

14:04: Teams:

Aston Villa v Blackpool

Aston Villa: Given, Hutton, Okore, Clark, Cissokho, Cleverley, Cole, Westwood Sanchez, Benteke, Grealish.

Blackpool: Lewis, McMahon, Clarke, O'Dea, Dunne, Perkins, Waddington, O'Hara, Orlandi, Delfouneso, Davies.

13:51: Half time in each of our three FA Cup 1pm kick-offs. QPR are 45 minutes away from becoming the second Premier League side to exit the competition as they trail by a Marc McNulty goal at the break to Sheffield United. At the Stadium of Light it's a case of 1973 all over again as Sunderland lead Leeds united by a goal to nil after Patrick van Aanholt's strike, while in Kent two Scott Dann goals have Crystal Palace ahead against Dover in Alan Pardew's first game in charge.

Half time: Dover Athletic 0-2 Crystal Palace

Half time: Queens Park Rangers 0-1 Sheffield United

Half time: Sunderland 1-0 Leeds United

13:39: Three goals in as many minutes in our FA Cup ties, one in each game as the afternoon comes to life. Sunderland take a deserved lead over Leeds as Van Aanholt, one of six changes for the hosts today, drives home from just inside the box in off the post. Palace double their lead as a corner from the right is headed in by Scott Dann for his second goal of the afternoon. And finally, Sheffield United, semi-finalists last season, take the lead at QPR as Marc McNulty collects Louis Reed's pass and scores with ease.

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 0-1 Sheffield United (Marc McNulty)

Goal: Dover Athletic 0-2 Crystal Palace (Scott Dann)

Goal: Sunderland 1-0 Leeds United (Patrick van Aanholt)

13:26: Has gone a bit quiet in our three FA Cup ties but I am reliably informed both Sunderland and QPR have had the better of the opening exchanges in their respective matches against Leeds and Sheffield United. Dover have come back into the game a bit at the Crabble Ground after Palace took an early lead.

13:12: The first goal of the Alan Pardew reign at Crystal Palace comes from Scott Dann. Wilfried Zaha's in-swinging cross is flicked on by Murray and Dann is all alone and he taps in at the back post. It's been a great start from the Premier League club.

Goal: Dover Athletic 0-1 Crystal Palace (Scott Dann)

13:10: Dover can't handle Murray in these opening ten minutes and twice the former Reading loanee should have given the visitors the lead. First his shot on the run is turned away by goalkeeper Andy Rafferty before a downward header to palmed behind.

13:08: No doubt Glenn Murray has started with a point to prove and he almost gets another chance but Dover captain Connor Essem gets in an important tackle. The Eagles making all the early running against the Conference side.

13:02: Under way in our three FA Cup ties. Palace almost ahead inside 30 seconds but Glenn Murray's header is kept out. That should set the tone.

12:58: We have three games at 1pm, four at 3pm and then three games staggered throughout the remainder of the afternoon and we start at the Crabble Stadium, Loftus Road and the Stadium of Light. Kick-off and updates on the way.

12:50: So 19 ties down but 10 more to come on this Sunday afternoon, which sees the Premier league big guns enter the competition. Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal are all in action today, but we start with perhaps the tie of the round as Dover Athletic host Crystal Palace in Alan Pardew's first match as Eagles manager.