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FA Cup third-round draw: Manchester City v Chelsea, Manchester United v Everton, Oxford v Arsenal

Manchester City have been drawn to face Chelsea in the third round of the FA Cup while Manchester United host Everton.

There are also two more all-Premier League clashes between Wolves and Liverpool, and Brentford and West Ham.

Premier League leaders Arsenal travel to League One side Oxford and Tottenham host Portsmouth.

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Wrexham play Championship outfit Coventry while fellow National League teams Chesterfield and Boreham Wood face West Brom and Accrington respectively.

The third-round matches are expected to be played on January 6/7/8/9.

The clash between Man City and Chelsea is the pick of the round, especially as it comes just a few days after the two sides meet in the Premier League on January 5.

Liverpool are the defending champions after beating Chelsea in last year’s final.

The third-round ties will go to replays if they end in a draw, as will fourth-round ties.

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FA Cup third round draw

  • Preston v Huddersfield
  • Middlesbrough v Brighton
  • Chesterfield v West Brom
  • Manchester City v Chelsea
  • Charlton or Stockport v Walsall
  • Boreham Wood v Accrington
  • Tottenham v Portsmouth
  • Derby v Barnsley
  • Cardiff v Leeds
  • Brentford v West Ham
  • Bournemouth v Burnley
  • Coventry v Wrexham
  • Norwich v Blackburn
  • Aston Villa v Stevenage
  • Luton v Wigan
  • Oxford v Arsenal
  • Fleetwood v QPR
  • Liverpool v Wolves
  • Grimsby v Burton
  • Blackpool v Nottingham Forest
  • Dagenham & Redbridge or Gillingham v Leicester
  • Forest Green v Birmingham
  • Bristol City v Swansea
  • Hartlepool v Stoke
  • Hull v Fulham
  • Crystal Palace v Southampton
  • Millwall v Sheffield United
  • Shrewsbury v Sunderland
  • Sheffield Wednesday v Newcastle
  • Manchester United v Everton
  • Reading v Watford
  • Ipswich v Rotherham

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