FA Cup predictions: Lawro's verdict on every third-round tie

BBC Sport expert Mark Lawrenson

The FA Cup third round is famous for shocks and surprises - but where will there be any this year?

BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson has taken a look at all 32 of this weekend's ties and given his verdict on who will make it into the hat for round four.

All kick-offs 15:00 GMT unless otherwise stated.

Gap = how many league positions separate each team

Premier League v League Two

GapResultLawro
FRIDAY
Exeter City v Liverpool 762-21-2
SATURDAY
Wycombe v Aston Villa 541-10-2
Everton v Dagenham & Redbridge792-02-0
SUNDAY
Oxford Utd v Swansea (12:00 GMT)543-20-1

Exeter 2-2 Liverpool - match report

Wycombe 1-1 Aston Villa - match report

Everton 2-0 Dagenham and Redbridge - match report

Oxford United 3-2 Swansea - match report

Premier League v League One

GapResultLawro
SATURDAY
Doncaster v Stoke451-21-2
Man Utd v Sheff Utd 471-02-0
SUNDAY
Chelsea v Scunthorpe (14:00 GMT)452-03-0

Doncaster 1-2 Stoke - match report

Manchester United 1-0 Sheffield United - match report

Chelsea 2-0 Scunthorpe United - match report

Premier League v Championship

GapResultLawro
SATURDAY
Birmingham v Bournemouth121-22-1
West Brom v Bristol City302-22-0
West Ham v Wolves251-01-2

Birmingham 1-2 Bournemouth - match report

West Brom 2-2 Bristol City - match report

West Ham 1-0 Wolves - match report

Premier League v Premier League

GapResultLawro
SATURDAY
Arsenal v Sunderland183-12-0
Norwich v Man City120-31-2
Southampton v Crystal Palace61-22-1
Watford v Newcastle91-02-0
SUNDAY
Tottenham v Leicester (16:00 GMT)22-22-0

Arsenal 3-1 Sunderland - match report

Norwich 0-3 Manchester City - match report

Southampton 1-2 Crystal Palace - match report

Watford 1-0 Newcastle - match report

Tottenham 2-2 Leicester - match report

Championship v Non-league

GapResultLawro
SATURDAY
Eastleigh v Bolton521-10-2

Eastleigh 1-1 Bolton - match report

Championship v League Two

GapResultLawro
SATURDAY
Hartlepool v Derby671-20-2
Ipswich v Portsmouth462-22-0
Newport v Blackburn51P-P1-1*
Northampton v MK Dons302-21-1*

* Away team to win at home in the replay

Hartlepool 1-2 Derby - match report

Ipswich 2-2 Portsmouth - match report

Newport v Blackburn - match postponed

Northampton 2-2 MK Dons - match report

Championship v League One

GapResultLawro
SATURDAY
Brentford v Walsall170-12-0
Colchester v Charlton242-11-2
Peterborough v Preston152-01-1*
SUNDAY
Cardiff v Shrewsbury350-13-0

* Away team to win at home in the replay

Brentford 0-1 Walsall - match report

Colchester 2-1 Charlton - match report

Peterborough 2-0 Preston - match report

Cardiff v Shrewsbury - match report

Championship v Championship

GapResultLawro
SATURDAY
Huddersfield v Reading62-21-2
Hull v Brighton11-02-0
Leeds v Rotherham82-01-1*
Middlesbrough v Burnley41-22-0
Nottingham Forest v QPR21-02-1
Sheff Wed v Fulham122-12-0

* Away team to win at home in the replay

Huddersfield 2-2 Reading - match report

Hull 1-0 Brighton - match report

Leeds 2-0 Rotherham - match report

Middlesbrough 1-2 Burnley - match report

Nottingham Forest 1-0 QPR - match report

Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 Fulham - match report

League One v League One

GapResultLawro
SATURDAY
Bury v Bradford20-02-1

Bury 0-0 Bradford - match report

League Two v League Two

GapResultLawro
SUNDAY
Carlisle v Yeovil (14:00 GMT)142-22-0

Carlisle 2-1 Yeovil - match report

Lawro was speaking to BBC Sport's Chris Bevan.

Lawro's Premier League predictions

Our scoring system has changed this season and a correct result (picking a win, draw or defeat) is now worth 10 points. The exact score earns 40 points.

Last time out, Lawro got seven correct results, with no perfect scores. That gave him a tally of 70 points, which was enough to beat Match of the Day commentator Steve Wilson, who managed three correct results with no perfect scores for 30 points.

Lawro was also up against a state-of-the-art sports-forecasting super-computer called SAM (Sports Analytics Machine) - which scored an impressive 110 points for the third week running to stay top of the guest leaderboard.

We are also keeping a record of the totals for Lawro and his guests (below), and showing a table of how the Premier League would look if all of Lawro's predictions were correct.

Total scores after week 20
Lawro1,490
Guests1,030
Lawro v Guests
P20W13D4L3
SCOREGUEST LEADERBOARD
110Sam Tomkins, SAM Super Computer (average after 3 weeks)
100Wealdstone Raider
90Amir Khan
75Lawro (average after 20 weeks)
70Osi Umenyiora, Guy Mowbray
60Stuart Broad, Tim Burgess
50Mark Radcliffe, Jack Whitehall
40Neville, Mumford & Sons
30Darren Campbell, Luol Deng, Mark Webber. Steve Wilson
20Graeme Swann
10Paul Heaton, Kelly Jones

Lawro's best score: 160 points (week 19 v Guy Mowbray)

Lawro's worst score: 20 points (week one v Graeme Swann)

BBC Sport expert Mark Lawrenson
ARROWS & +/- DENOTE POSITION DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LAWRO'S TABLE AND REAL TABLE
POSTEAMPWDLPTSDIFF+/-
1.Man City20154149+2
2.Arsenal20146048-1
3.Liverpool20137046+4
4.Chelsea20136145+10
5.West Brom20116339+7
6.Man Utd20107337-1
7.Southampton20112735+6
8.Tottenham2087531-4
9.Crystal Palace2086630-2
10.Everton2066824+1
11.Newcastle2066824+7
12.Norwich20711222+3
13.Swansea2049721+4
14.Stoke20551020-4
15.Sunderland20461018+4
16.Bournemouth204412160
17.Leicester20271113-15
18.Watford20251311-9
19.West Ham20251311-13
20.Aston Villa20131660