Arsenal horde Sunderland in FA Cup

FA Cup holders Arsenal will start a counterclaim of their prize during home to Sunderland in a third round.

Premier League Liverpool face a outing to League Two Exeter, while a tip flight’s bottom bar Aston Villa also go to a League Two side in Wycombe.

There are 5 all-Premier League ties, with Spurs hosting leaders Leicester.

Non-league Eastleigh are during home to Bolton, while associate part-timers Whitehawk will go to Everton if they can overcome Dagenham Redbridge.

The non-league hopefuls


FA Cup: Whitehawk manager Steve King wanted Liverpool gets Everton

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FA Cup: Whitehawk’s Steve King wanted Liverpool though gets Everton

Eastleigh

are now eighth in a National League and face a
Bolton

side struggling during a feet of a Championship.

“We will be looking brazen to that tie,” pronounced Eastleigh trainer Chris Todd.

National League South side
Whitehawk

play in a sixth tier of English football and their manager Steve King, whose side will play League Two
Dagenham Redbridge

in a second-round replay, had wanted a tie opposite Liverpool.

“It’s a tough diversion to get by opposite Dagenham Redbridge initial given both teams will wish to play that large tie,” he said.

“It’s 50-50 – a best group on a day goes through.”

Seventh-tier
Salford

are a lowest group left in a foe and need to beat
Hartlepool

if they are to swell to a third-round tie opposite Championship promotion-chasers
Derby.

National League
Grimsby

play League One
Shrewsbury

on Monday and a leader faces a outing to Championship side
Cardiff City.

Cardiff City trainer Russell Slade said: “The crater ignores a level. It would be good to get my former group Grimsby.”

All-Premier League ties

Arsenal

have won a FA Cup a record 11 times and will be aiming for a third true feat after they kick Hull in a 2014 final and Aston Villa in 2015.


Cracking goals from a FA Cup second round

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FA Cup: Cracking goals from a second round

Leicester

are heading a approach in a Premier League though a four-time FA Cup finalists have never won a competition. They face a
Tottenham

side aiming for a initial FA Cup feat given 1991.

Manchester City

claimed a final of their FA Cup victories in 2011 and, carrying been knocked out by Championship sides in a past dual years, face struggling top-flight rivals
Norwich City.

City have suffered from craziness this season, while a Canaries – 16th in a tip moody – have won only once in their final 10 games and might acquire a daze of a FA Cup.

Southampton

won a FA Cup in 1976 though have have not left serve than a fifth spin in a past 10 seasons, and they will acquire former manager Alan Pardew’s
Crystal Palace,

runners-up in 1990, to St Mary’s Stadium for a third round.

Watford,

losing finalists in 1984, horde six-time winners
Newcastle,

who have mislaid in a third spin in any of a past 3 seasons.

Potential upsets

Exeter v Liverpool

Exeter City media manager Oliver Roderick has unexpected turn a renouned chairman after a bar drew Liverpool in a FA Cup

Aston Villa

are struggling during a bottom of a Premier League and have won only twice this deteriorate so League Two graduation hopefuls
Wycombe

wish to means an upset.

Both clubs have been managed by stream Blackburn trainer Paul Lambert – Wycombe from 2006-2008 and Villa from 2012-2015.

Swansea City

manager Garry Monk is underneath vigour following his side’s bad run and a Welsh side face League Two leaders
Oxford,

who have not won a third spin tie for 17 years.

Oxford United midfielder Danny Rose looks brazen to a revisit of Swansea

Oxford United midfielder Danny Rose, who started out during Manchester United, looks brazen to a revisit of Swansea

Manchester United,

like Arsenal, have won a FA Cup 11 times and horde League One side
Sheffield United,

who were beaten semi-finalists in 2013.

The Blades have played a Red Devils 4 times in a FA Cup and won once, with that feat entrance in 1993.

Chelsea

have struggled this deteriorate in counterclaim of their Premier League climax and have bad memories of a FA Cup from final season, when they were beaten 4-2 by League One Bradford during Stamford Bridge in a fourth round.

However, a Blues have won 17 uninterrupted third-round ties and will be during home opposite possibly League One
Scunthorpe

or League Two
Leyton Orient.

FA Cup third-round draw:

Arsenal v Sunderland

Birmingham v Bournemouth

Brentford v Chesterfield/Walsall

Bury v Bradford City

Cardiff City v Grimsby/Shrewsbury

Carlisle v Yeovil

Chelsea v Leyton Orient/Scunthorpe

Colchester v Charlton

Doncaster v Stoke City

Eastleigh v Bolton

Everton v Dagenham Redbridge/Whitehawk

Exeter City v Liverpool

Huddersfield v Reading

Hull City v Brighton

Ipswich v Portsmouth

Leeds United v Rotherham

Manchester United v Sheffield United

Middlesbrough v Burnley

Newport County v Blackburn

Northampton v MK Dons

Norwich v Manchester City

Nottingham Forest v QPR

Oxford United v Swansea

Peterborough v Preston NE

Salford City/Hartlepool v Derby

Sheffield Wednesday v Fulham

Southampton v Crystal Palace

Tottenham v Leicester

Watford v Newcastle

West Bromwich v Bristol City

West Ham v Wolves

Wycombe v Aston Villa

Ties to be played 8-11 January

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