Arsenal and Hull City to meet again in FA Cup third round
Last season's FA Cup finalists Arsenal and Hull will square off again in the third round of this year's tournament.
Arsenal came from behind to beat Hull 3-2 in the Wembley showpiece in May and the sides will lock horns again at the Emirates after they were the first two teams out in the third round.
There are plenty of other ties of interest and League Two AFC Wimbledon will play host to Liverpool in a match which will evoke memories of the 1988 final, which Wimbledon famously won 1-0.
And there is plenty at stake when League Two Accrington and League One Yeovil meet in a second round replay because the winners will play host to Manchester United in the third round.
Conference Premier side Dover Athletic caused an upset when they beat Cheltenham on Sunday and they have been rewarded with a home tie against Premier League side Crystal Palace.
And Gateshead will also test their skills against Premier League opposition, having been drawn away at West Brom.
Wrexham, who famously defeated Arsenal in 1992 during their days as a League club, were a third Conference Premier side to be handed a tie against a team from the top flight and the Welsh team will travel to Stoke hoping to cause another huge shock.
Blyth Spartans of the Northern Premier League dramatically defeated Hartlepool on Friday night and they will play host to Championship side Birmingham while Southport, another Conference Premier side, will be away at Championship leaders Derby.
Premier League top two Chelsea and Manchester City will be at home to Championship sides in the form of Watford and Sheffield Wednesday respectively.
As well as Arsenal v Hull, there will be three other all-Premier League ties in the form of Burnley v Tottenham, Leicester v Newcastle, and Everton v West Ham.
Chesterfield were drawn to play Scunthorpe or non-League Worcester but their place in the competition could be in jeopardy after they were charged by the FA with fielding an ineligible player during their second-round win at MK Dons.
FA Cup third round draw:
Arsenal v Hull
Southampton v Ipswich
Stoke v Wrexham
Charlton v Blackburn
Dover Athletic v Crystal Palace
AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool
Manchester City v Sheffield Wednesday
Aldershot/Rochdale v Nottingham Forest
West Bromwich Albion v Gateshead
Blyth Spartans v Birmingham
Aston Villa v Blackpool
Rotherham v Bournemouth
Huddersfield v Reading
Oxford/Tranmere v Swansea
Cardiff v Colchester
Bolton v Wigan
Sunderland v Leeds
Burnley v Tottenham
Millwall v Bradford
Derby v Southport
Brentford v Brighton
Fulham v Wolves
Leicester v Newcastle
Scunthorpe/Worcester v Chesterfield
Everton v West Ham
Cambridge/Mansfield v Bury/Luton
Chelsea v Watford
Barnsley/Chester v Middlesbrough
QPR v Sheffield United
Accrington/Yeovil v Manchester United
Preston v Norwich
Doncaster v Bristol City
Ties to be played weekend beginning January 3, 2015