GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - JULY 29: FFA cup trophy before the FFA Cup match between Palm Beach and South Melbourne at Cbus Super Stadium on July 29, 2015 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Match Day 3 in the FFA Cup Round of 32 kicks off on Wednesday, as another huge night of Cup action awaits.

Redlands United v Adelaide United

Perry Park, Bowen Hills (QLD)

7.30pm AEST

Redlands will make their first appearance in any national cup competition in the teams' 99 year history, in what will be a historic night in Bowen Hills.

The NPL QLD club will host last season's A-League champions Adelaide United, who themselves will be out to prove something.

The Reds have lost key players Craig Goodwin, Pablo Sanchez and Bruce Djite, and will no doubt be out to prove they're still one of the contenders for the upcoming A-League season.

 

Newcastle Jets v Melbourne Victory

Magic Park, Broadmeadow (NSW)

7.30pm AEST

In the only all A-League tie on Match Day 3, the Jets will be looking to win their first ever FFA Cup match after being defeated by Perth Glory in both the 2014 and 2015 editions.

The Victory come into the clash in red hot form, toppling two of the world's best teams - Juventus and Atletico Madrid - during last week's International Champions Cup.

Both sides will be itching to get a leg up on the other A-League club, with this tie promising to be one of the match-ups of the entire Round of 32.

 

Bonnyrigg White Eagles v Manly United

Bonnyrigg Sports Ground, Bonnyrigg (NSW)

7.30pm AEST

Two NPL NSW sides will clash in this match-up, in another intriguing tie on Wednesday night.

These teams played out a 3-3 draw in the league a month ago, and are set to continue their battle in Bonnyrigg this time around.

United have featured at this stage of the Cup before, going down Sydney Olympic in 2014.

With a position in the final 16 on the line, neither team will be backing down in what should be a brilliant contest.

 

Canberra Olympic v Surfers Paradise Apollo

Deakin Stadium, Deakin (ACT)

7.30 AEST

Apollo enter the Round of 32 as the lowest ranked club, currently sitting third in the eight team Gold Coast Premier League.

Canberra netted the only spot available in the nation's capital, after some impressive performances on route to qualification.

It will be both sides' first time in the Round of 32, with both clubs out to show why they deserve to progress further in this competition.