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The draw for the third round of the FA Cup has been completed – and Manchester City vs Chelsea highlights a mouth-watering round of fixtures.

Graham Potter’s Blues will face a tough task to repeat last season’s run to the final, which they achieved under Thomas Tuchel.

The Citizens, meanwhile, will be hoping to take one step closer to adding to the sole FA Cup title they have won under Pep Guardiola.

Top flight leaders Arsenal, meanwhile, will travel to Oxford United of League One, whilst Newcastle have a trip to Sheffield Wednesday, also of the third tier.

And Antonio Conte’s Tottenham host 2008 FA Cup winners Portsmouth at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Non-league representation is also in round three. Chesterfield host West Brom, Boreham Wood take on Accrington Stanley, and Wrexham travel to Coventry.

Dagenham & Redbridge, meanwhile, will host Premier League Leicester if they beat League Two Gillingham in a second round replay.

See below for a full recap on the draw.

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Thanks for joining us tonight for the FA Cup third round draw!

We’ll have plenty of reaction to some of the huge games coming up over the next few days – including tough all-Premier League ties for Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.

Good night.

Here is the full draw:

Preston North End vs Huddersfield TownMiddlesbrough vs Brighton & Hove AlbionChesterfield vs West Bromwich AlbionManchester City vs ChelseaCharlton Athletic or Stockport County vs WalsallBoreham Wood vs Accrington StanleyTottenham Hotspur vs PortsmouthDerby County vs BarnsleyCardiff City vs Leeds UnitedBrentford vs West Ham UnitedBournemouth vs BurnleyCoventry City vs WrexhamNorwich City vs Blackburn RoversAston Villa vs StevenageLuton Town vs Wigan AthleticOxford United vs ArsenalFleetwood Town vs Queens Park RangersLiverpool vs Wolverhampton WanderersGrimsby Town vs Burton AlbionBlackpool vs Nottingham ForestDagenham & Redbridge or Gillingham vs Leicester CityForest Green Rovers vs Birmingham CityBristol City vs Swansea CityHartlepool United vs Stoke CityHull City vs FulhamCrystal Palace vs SouthamptonMillwall vs Sheffield UnitedShrewsbury Town vs SunderlandSheffield Wednesday vs Newcastle UnitedManchester United vs EvertonReading vs WatfordIpswich Town vs Rotherham UnitedChesterfield star Jeff King is now reacting to his side’s clash against West Brom, and says: “At home, in front of our fanbase, the players we’ve got in our team, I think we’ve got to give ourselves the best opportunity. We’ll be going into the game wanting to win, and hopefully get into the fourth round.”

Paul Cook’s side reached this stage last season, losing 5-1 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

It’s not been lost that Boreham Wood boss Luke Garrard and Accrington manager John Coleman are in the studio, with the two teams having drawn each other. Plenty of laughs about it, though.

That is that, then, for the 2022/23 FA Cup third round draw. Some mouth-watering ties set to take place on the weekend of Friday, January 6 – Monday, January 9, with Manchester City vs Chelsea the standout.

We’ll have reaction shortly.

Ipswich Town vs Rotherham United

Manchester United vs Everton

Much like their city rivals, United have Premier League opposition. Everton make the trip to Old Trafford.

Sheffield Wednesday vs Newcastle United

Third in League One takes on third in the Premier League, as it stands.

Shrewsbury Town vs Sunderland

Millwall vs Sheffield United

Crystal Palace vs Southampton

Another all-Premier League tie.

Hull City vs Fulham

Fulham boss Marco Silva has a trip to his former club.

Hartlepool United vs Stoke City

Bristol City vs Swansea City

Forest Green Rovers vs Birmingham City

Dagenham & Redbridge or Gillingham vs Leicester City

A potential National League vs Premier League matchup.

Blackpool vs Nottingham Forest

Grimsby Town vs Burton Albion

Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

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