Wanderers’ FA Cup third round tie against Luton Town at Kenilworth Road will be played on Sunday, January 7 (2pm).

The date and time were chosen instead of the usual Saturday 3pm slot due to selection for overseas broadcast.

However, the fixture will not be available to watch live in the UK after the list of televised matches were confirmed earlier this week.

Crystal Palace v Everton, Tottenham v Burnley, Sunderland v Newcastle, Middlesbrough v Aston Villa, Arsenal v Liverpool and Wigan v Manchester United will all be broadcast live domestically across a five-day period that begins on Thursday, January 4.

Wanderers beat Harrogate 5-1 in the second round, with Jon Dadi Bodvarsson scoring a first-half hat trick and Dan Nlundulu adding a couple more after the break.

Luton currently sit 18th in the Premier League as they aim to build on last season’s promotion via the Championship play-offs.

Rob Edwards’ side were beaten 4-3 by Arsenal in their last outing, with Declan Rice scoring a dramatic 97th-minute winner for the Gunners.

Bolton haven’t faced the Hatters in a competitive fixture since January 1997 when the Whites ran out 6-2 winners.

Wanderers are also playing in front of the TV cameras on Monday night when they head to Fratton Park to take on League One promotion rivals Portsmouth. That fixture is available to watch live in the UK via Sky Sports Football.

Ian Evatt’s men are three points behind Pompey but have played a game fewer due to their progression in the FA Cup.