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FA Cup third round draw LIVE: Premier League and Championship clubs learn their fate

FA Cup third round draw LIVE: Swindon host Manchester City, Liverpool draw Shrewsbury at Anfield while Chelsea will host Chesterfield at Stamford Bridge

  • The draw for the FA Cup third round takes place on Monday evening at 7pm 
  • It will be made shortly before Boreham Wood play St Albans to finish round two 
  • Teams from the Premier League and Championship now join the competition 
  • A total of five non-league sides have made it through to the third round 
  • Latest FA Cup news, including live action and results 


Steven Gerrard will take his Aston Villa side to Manchester United in the pick of the FA Cup third round draw which sees the big teams enter the competition.

European champions Chelsea will be hoping to avoid a cupset when they host non-league side Chesterfield – who currently lead the National League table.

Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest hoping to avoid a repeat of their 2018 upset, Liverpool host Shrewsbury Town once again while Manchester City will travel to League Two side Swindon Town.

Steven Gerrard will take his Aston Villa side to Manchester United in the FA Cup third round

Another League Two vs Premier League clash sees Port Vale host newly-promoted Brentford, while Tottenham will host League One side Morecambe. 

West Ham will host Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds in another standout tie, while Millwall host Crystal Palace in a mouth-watering south London derby. 

Sixth tier Kidderminster Harriers, who are the lowest-ranked team in the competition, will host Championship side Reading, while under-fire Everton boss Rafa Benitez will be hoping he is still in charge for their trip to Hull City.

The winner of non-league duo Boreham Wood or St Albans, who face each other for their round two tie tonight, have been granted a home tie against League One AFC Wimbledon. 

More to follow. 

Sportsmail’s SAM BLITZ was on the live blog for the FA Cup third round draw

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