MANCHESTER CITY will face last season’s finalists Chelsea in a blockbuster FA Cup third round clash.
And Manchester United will take on Everton at Old Trafford in another all-Premier League showdown after they were drawn together.
Graham Potter’s Chelsea will travel to Pep Guardiola’s Man City in the FA Cup third round[/caption]
Liverpool, the current holders of the FA Cup, have landed a home tie against Wolves[/caption]
BBC’s cameras headed to the Anfield home of holders Liverpool to pull out the ties tonight for one of the most beloved dates in English football.
Clubs from the Premier League and Championship join the competition at this stage as the heavyweights meet the minnows.
And this year’s FA Cup third round draw has the potential for even more giantkillings.
Former FA Cup winners Rachel Brown-Finnis and Mark Wright pulled out the ties – and they did not disappoint.
None more so than League One Oxford United, who landed a plum home tie with Premier League leaders Arsenal.
Liverpool were handed a home tie with Wolves to begin their defence of the trophy.
National League Boreham Wood, the lowest team in the draw, knocked out Joey Barton’s Bristol Rovers at the weekend.
But they will have to get past Accrington Stanley from League One to try and get another shot at landing a big boy.
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However, National League Dagenham & Redbridge could be hosting Prem opposition in Leicester City if they can overcome Gillingham in their second round replay.
Here is the FA Cup third round draw in full:
Preston vs Huddersfield
Middlesbrough vs Brighton
Chesterfield vs West Brom
Man City vs Chelsea
Charlton/Stockport vs Walsall
Boreham Wood vs Accrington Stanley
Tottenham vs Portsmouth
Derby vs Barnsley
Cardiff vs Leeds
Brentford vs West Ham
Bournemouth vs Burnley
Coventry vs Wrexham
Norwich vs Blackburn
Aston Villa vs Stevenage
Luton vs Wigan
Oxford United vs Arsenal
Fleetwood vs QPR
Liverpool vs Wolves
Grimsby vs Burton
Blackpool vs Nottingham Forest
Dagenham & Redbridge / Gillingham vs Leicester
Forest Green vs Birmingham
Bristol City vs Swansea
Hartlepool vs Stoke
Hull City vs Fulham
Crystal Palace vs Southampton
Millwall vs Sheffield United
Shrewsbury vs Sunderland
Sheffield Wednesday vs Newcastle
Manchester United vs Everton
Reading vs Watford
Ipswich vs Rotherham
The FA Cup third round proper will take place across the weekend of Saturday 7 January.
Winning clubs will collect £105,000 from the competition prize fund.