FA Cup results: Middlesbrough beat Mansfield in first match of action-packed day as Hartlepool earn first giant-killing

THE FA Cup third-round is well and truly underway with 21 matches on an action-packed Saturday.

Manchester City got the ball rolling with a 4-1 win over Swindon on Friday night.

And with a further nine third-round ties on Sunday and one on Monday evening, there's plenty more to come.

But with 21 games to sink your teeth into on Saturday, keep tabs on all the scores in our round up…

Mansfield 2 Middlesbrough 3

BORO survived an almighty scare to scrape past League Two Mansfield thanks to a 95th-minute own goal.

The visitors stormed to an early lead thanks to goals from Uche Ikpeazu and Caolan Boyd-Munce within 14 minutes.

But Mansfield mounted a second-half comeback, as Oliver Hawkins pulled one back with just over 20 minutes to play before Rhys Oates scored with five minutes left of the 90 to seemingly force extra-time.

However, John-Joe O'Toole deflected a teasing cross into his goal in the 95th minute to send Middlesbrough into the fourth round.

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Bristol City 0 Fulham 0 (extra-time being played)

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Burnley 1 Huddersfield 2

HUDDERSFIELD launched a staggering late comeback to KO Premier League strugglers Burnley.

The Championship high-flyers went a goal down after Jay Rodriguez netted for the Clarets within the opening half an hour.

Josh Koroma levelled for the Terriers with 15 minutes to play, before Matty Pearson scored the winner in the dying moments to send Huddersfield into the fourth round.

Coventry 1 Derby 0

COVENTRY came out on top in the all-Championship third-round tie in the Midlands.

Dominic Hyam scored late in the first-half, with the Sky Blues clinging on to ensure their cup run stays alive.

Wayne Rooney's Rams will now turn their full attention to avoiding relegation following their 21-point deduction.

Hartlepool 2 Blackpool 1

LEAGUE TWO Hartlepool stunned Championship side Blackpool to book their spot in the FA Cup fourth round.

Keshi Anderson had given the visitors an eighth-minute lead as they took control of the tie early.

But David Ferguson and Joe Grey scored early in the second-half to KO the Tangerines.

Millwall vs Crystal Palace (12.45pm)

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Barnsley vs Barrow (3pm)

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Boreham Wood vs AFC Wimbledon (3pm)

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Kidderminster Harriers vs Reading (3pm)

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Leicester vs Watford (3pm)

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Newcastle vs Cambridge United (3pm)

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Peterborough United vs Bristol Rovers (3pm)

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Port Vale vs Brentford (3pm)

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QPR vs Rotherham (3pm)

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West Brom vs Brighton (3pm)

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Wigan vs Blackburn (3pm)

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Birmingham vs Plymouth (5.30pm)

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Chelsea vs Chesterfield (5.30pm)

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Hull vs Everton (5.30pm)

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Swansea vs Southampton (5.30pm)

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Yeovil vs Bournemouth (5.45pm)

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