Swansea City kick off their quest for FA Cup glory this Saturday when they welcome Premier League Southampton to the Swansea dot com stadium.
It has been a long wait for for Russell Martin’s men and fans alike, with the Swans last competitive fixture being played on December 11 against Nottingham Forest.
With the visit of the Saints, set to be played behind closed doors due to the COVID restrictions currently in place in Wales, fans will thankfully be able to watch the game from the comfort of their home.
Despite FA Cup broadcast rules preventing SwansTV Live from streaming third-round tie against Southampton on Saturday, BBC One Wales will be showing the game live.
Delyth Lloyd will present the coverage from 5.20pm, with the game kicking off at 5.30pm. You can also watch the game on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website.
For fans living outside of Wales, you can watch the game on the following channels:
Virgin Media – Channel 864
Sky – Channel 971 (HD/SD) or Channel 980 (SD)
Freesat – Channel 971 (HD) or Channel 979 (SD)
Meanwhile, the FA have announced that both the FA Cup 3rd and 4th Rounds will not feature replays, which means the possibility of extra-time and penalties on Saturday evening if required at the Swansea dot com stadium.