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Kings of Anglia Issue 8 Magazine Offer

BBC to screen Haverhill FA Cup derby live

PUBLISHED: 15:38 08 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:38 08 August 2018

Haverhill Rovers, seen here celebrating a goal at Felixstowe last season, will host Haverhill Borough in the FA Cup in front of the BBC TV cameras on Saturday. Picture: STAN BASTON

Haverhill Rovers, seen here celebrating a goal at Felixstowe last season, will host Haverhill Borough in the FA Cup in front of the BBC TV cameras on Saturday. Picture: STAN BASTON

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The BBC TV cameras are heading to Suffolk this weekend as the oldest cup competition in the world kicks off.

The corporation have committed to showing at least one game from every round of the FA Cup, and will start on Saturday in Haverhill.

Haverhill Rovers host cross-town rivals Haverhill Borough in the Extra Preliminary Round, and you’ll be able to watch the action live on the BBC Sport website, app and iPlayer.

Commentator Conor McNamara will be joined by former Watford forward Danny Webber for the 12.30pm kick-off.

Audiences will be able to watch the game live on PC, mobile or connected TV. Matches will also be available live and on-demand on the BBC iPlayer.

Rovers will start as favourites as they play a league higher than Borough, in the Thurlow Nunn Premier League, but they’ve lost both their first two games of the season.

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