Championship side, Reading, will travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United, the defending champions, in the 2016-17 FA Cup third round.
West Ham will host Manchester City in the all-Premier League ties, while Everton will take on Premier League champions Leicester City. Other top flight pairing includes Swansea City travelling to KCOM Stadium to face Hull City.
Chelsea, the 2016-17 Premier League leaders, will face Notts County or Peterborough United, while Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side drew Newport County.
Tottenham Hotspur are handed a tricky fixture as they face Aston Villa — a much improved side under manager Steve Bruce.
The 32 third-round ties will be played from 6-9 January 2017.
Here is the complete fixture list:
Ipswich Town v Lincoln City
Barrow v Rochdale
Manchester United v Reading
Hull City v Swansea City
Sunderland v Burnley
Millwall v AFC Bournemouth
West Ham v Manchester City
Brighton v Charlton or MK Dons
Blackpool v Barnsley
Wigan v Nottingham Forest
Birmingham v Newcastle United
Chelsea v Notts County or Peterborough United
Middlesbrough v Sheffield Wednesday
West Brom v Derby County
Everton v Leicester City
Liverpool v Newport County of Plymouth Argyle
Wycombe Wanderers v Stourbridge or Northampton Town
Watford v Burton Albion
Preston North End v Arsenal
Cardiff City v Fulham
Stoke City v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Cambridge v Leeds United
Bristol City v Shrewsbury or Fleetwood
Huddersfield Town v Port Vale
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa
Brentford v Halifax or Eastleigh
Bolton Wanderers v Crystal Palace
Norwich City v Southampton
Sutton United v AFC Wimbledon
Accrington Stanley v Luton Town
Rotherham United v Oxford United or Macclesfield Town
The visit of Reading will see a return to Old Trafford of former United defender, Japp Stam, who played a crucial role for the club in their 1999 treble-winning season.
Stam’s former United team-mate, Andy Cole, said on BBC Two, “I look forward to that. He’s done very well at Reading. I’m really pleased for him.”
Newport, a fan-owned club, is relishing the prospect of facing Liverpool at Anfield. The club’s chairman, Gavin Foxall, said it would be a “massive financial boost” for the club.
Stourbridge United, the lowest ranked club left in the competition, face a potential trip to League Two Wycombe Wanderers, should the seventh-tier Northern Premier League Premier Division club beat Northampton Town in a rearranged fixture.