Following Saturday’s shock-filled FA Cup third-round action, there are plenty more banana skins awaiting the bigger boys on Sunday with nine further ties set to be played.

Championship side Luton Town are first in the firing line when they host Harrogate at Kenilworth Road at 12:30 (Luton 2/5, Draw 7/2, Harrogate 13/2 – Match Betting) and they go into the game having won only one of their last six games.

Simon Weaver’s underdogs may not be overawed by the task ahead as they snapped a three-match losing streak with back-to-back wins and have lost just one of their last six away games, winning four.

There are then seven third-round ties taking place at 14:00 with Premier League big guns Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur having home advantage against lower-league opposition.

Jurgen Klopp’s Reds (13/2 FA Cup Outright) should have a degree of familiarity about their opponents, Shrewsbury Town, as the two sides met at the fourth-round stage in 2020. Liverpool needed a replay to progress, winning 1-0 at Anfield after being held to a 2-2 draw at the New Meadow, although there are no replays this time around.

Spurs have impressed under Antonio Conte on home territory and despite last week’s EFL Cup setback at Chelsea, they will feel confident of avoiding a slip-up, with League One strugglers Morecambe having won just one of their last five, while they only edged non-league Buxton 1-0 in the last round.

Stoke City go into their tie with Leyton Orient on the back of successive 2-1 home defeats and may have their eyes fixed on a Championship play-off push, although the O’s, like their hosts, have lost their last two games.

There is an intriguing Premier League v Championship clash with improving Wolves hosting Sheffield United (Wolves 4/9, Draw 16/5, United 13/2 – Match Betting), with the Blades having won their last four games, while Norwich City might be feeling the pressure when they take a five-game losing streak without scoring to League One Charlton Athletic (Charlton 11/5, Draw 23/10, Norwich 6/5 – Match Betting).

Cardiff City, winless in four, host Championship rivals Preston North End who have won their last two, while European hopefuls West Ham United take on fellow Premier League side Leeds United with the Hammers having won the last three meetings between the two.

And the day’s FA Cup fare could provide another upset in the final game when Nottingham Forest host Arsenal at the City Ground, with the kick-off at 17:10 (Forest 17/2, Draw 4/1, Arsenal 3/10 – Match Betting).

The Gunners have a fantastic FA Cup pedigree and have handed out a couple of sound beatings to Forest in the EFL Cup in recent seasons, but there is perhaps still the bitter feeling of an FA Cup third-round exit at the City Ground in a 4-2 defeat in 2018 still lingering in the mind.

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