The FA Cup will resume next month when the third round of club football’s oldest competition is contested, and you can watch all FA Cup games live online.
FA Cup Third-Round Draw
Dates: All the games will be played between January 8 and January 11
There will be no replays this season, and any ties that are level after 90 minutes will go to extra-time and, if necessary, penalties.
Time: 7.10 BST
Tv info: BT Sport/ BT Sport YouTube
- Huddersfield v Plymouth
- Southampton v Shrewsbury
- Chorley v Derby County
- Marine v Tottenham
- Wolves v Crystal Palace
- Stockport County v West Ham
- Oldham Athletic v Bournemouth
- Manchester United v Watford
- Stevenage v Swansea
- Everton v Rotherham
- Nottingham Forest v Cardiff
- Arsenal v Newcastle
- Barnsley v Tranmere Rovers
- Bristol Rovers v Sheffield United
- Canvey Island or Boreham Wood v Millwall
- Blackburn Rovers v Doncaster Rovers
- Stoke City v Leicester City
- Wycombe Wanderers v Preston North End
- Crawley Town v Leeds United
- Burnley v MK Dons
- Bristol City v Portsmouth
- QPR v Fulham
- Aston Villa v Liverpool
- Brentford v Middlesbrough
- Manchester City v Birmingham City
- Luton Town v Reading
- Chelsea v Morecambe
- Exeter City v Sheffield Wednesday
- Norwich City v Coventry City
- Blackpool v West Brom
- Newport County v Brighton
- Cheltenham Town v Mansfield Town
Fairly tale draw for Spurs
Tottenham will take on eighth-tier side Marine at Rossett Park, and once again it brings to life the romance of the cup competition.
Jose Mourinho’s side have been paired with the Northern Premier League Division One North West side who won against Havant & Waterlooville in the second round.
If the part-timers pull off a miracle result against Spurs, it will be considered as one of the greatest shocks in the competition’s history.
Villa Park prepares for another titanic battle
The last time when the reigning Premier League champions visited Villa Park, Dean Smith’s Aston Villa stunned everyone with a 7-2 victory.
It will be interesting to see how Jurgen Klopp prepares for this game, but another goal-fest should be a pure delight for the fans. The Reds will be looking to take revenge, which further makes the tie mouthwatering.
All Premier League tie
Holders Arsenal will begin their defence when they take on Newcastle United at home. Mikel Arteta’s side have been inconsistent in the league, but a cup win once again will be a massive boost for the club.
Wolves will face Crystal Palace at Molineux and it promises to be a cracker as well.
Other notable fixtures
Manchester United will host Championship outfit Watford, while Chelsea, last season’s finalists, will take on Morecambe at Stamford Bridge.
Manchester City will take on the struggling Birmingham City at the Etihad, and it remains to be seen whether the Blues can cause an upset.
Blackburn Rovers will face League One outfit Doncaster Rovers, while non-league hopefuls Chorley have been handed a mouthwatering fixture against Wayne Rooney’s Derby County – currently bottom of the Championship.
Crawley Town will face Leeds at home, while Everton will take on Rotherham who are struggling in the Championship.