How to get around the FFA Cup Round of 32 on Tuesday night

It’s the final night of the 2018 FFA Cup Round of 32 with six more massive clashes to look forward to, including three Member Federation v Hyundai A-League match-ups.

Hyundai A-League champions Melbourne Victory head over to play Perth Glory while Brisbane Roar hosts Melbourne City in the two all Hyundai A-League clashes.

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So make sure you get around all the action with games in Darwin, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and the Gold Coast.

There should be plenty of drama, excitement and goals in store and here’s all the ways you can keep across the action!

GET TO THE GAME

Tickets are still available for all the matches right so if you’re in the mood for some thrilling sudden-death midweek football, why not experience the magic of the cup first hand!

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Oriol Riera on the ball during Wanderers' 1-0 FFA Cup win over Wellington.

WATCH IT ON FOX SPORTS OR LIVE STREAM

If you can't get to the game, don't miss a minute of the action by watching Fox Sports.

Tune into Channel 505 from 7:00pm AEST.

For streaming information for the non-broadcast games - Click Here

You can also watch Bentleigh Greens v Wellington Phoenix LIVE via the My Football Live app. Live, fast and data-free for Telstra mobile customers - Click here to download it

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GET AROUND IT ON SOCIAL

There will be LIVE updates throughout on the FFA Cup Twitter channel @FFACup as well as half-time and full-time updates on the competition's official Facebook page.

Join the conversation on Twitter using the official match hashtags: #BGRvWEL, GCKvNEW, HELvWSW, NCYvDEV, BRIvMCY and PERvMVC as well as #FFACup

MATCH CENTRES

Follow the games via the official FFA Cup match centres for all the latest action including goals, highlights and statistics.

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