Premier League champions Manchester City will host Chelsea in the standout tie of the FA Cup third round.
Pep Guardiola’s side have already faced the Blues — who beat them in the 2021 UEFA Champions League final — in Carabao Cup action this season, with Riyad Mahrez and Julian Alvarez on target to secure a 2-0 City victory at the Etihad Stadium.
The teams will now reconvene a matter of days after Mahrez again scored at Stamford Bridge in a 1-0 Premier League win on January 5.
Holders Liverpool also have a Premier League counterpart at home, with new Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui handed a daunting Anfield assignment.
Premier League leaders Arsenal, who were knocked out in round three by Nottingham Forest last season, face a trip to League One Oxford United.
When is the FA Cup third round?
Third-round ties are being played from Friday, January 6 through Monday, January 9. The round kicked off with Manchester United’s 3-1 home victory over Everton.
The majority of the fixtures will be played on Saturday, January 7 at either 12.30 p.m. GMT (07.30 a.m. ET) or 3 p.m GMT (10 a.m. ET).
The third round is the first phase of the competition where Premier League and Championship teams take part.
— Emirates FA Cup (@EmiratesFACup) November 28, 2022
FA Cup third-round fixtures in full
Premier League teams in bold
|Jan. 6||Man United vs Everton||20:00/15:00||Man United 3-1 Everton|
|Jan. 7||Preston vs Huddersfield||12:30/07:30||Preston 3-1 Huddersfield|
|Jan. 7||Reading vs Watford||12:30/07:30||Reading 2-0 Watford|
|Jan. 7||Tottenham vs Portsmouth||12:30/07:30||Tottenham 1-0 Portsmouth|
|Jan. 7||Gillingham vs Leicester||12:30/07:30||Gillingham 0-1 Leicester|
|Jan. 7||Forest Green vs Birmingham||12:30/07:30||Match postponed|
|Jan. 7||Crystal Palace vs Southampton||12:30/07:30||Crystal Palace 1-2 Southampton|
|Jan. 7||Hull City vs Fulham||15:00/10:00||Hull City 0-2 Fulham|
|Jan. 7||Middlesbrough vs Brighton||15:00/10:00||Middlesbrough 1-5 Brighton|
|Jan. 7||Fleetwood vs QPR||15:00/10:00||Fleetwood 2-1 QPR|
|Jan. 7||Ipswich vs Rotherham||15:00/10:00||Ipswich 4-1 Rotherham|
|Jan. 7||Bournemouth vs Burnley||15:00/10:00||Bournemouth 2-4 Burnley|
|Jan. 7||Blackpool vs Nottingham Forest||15:00/10:00||Blackpool 4-1 Nottingham Forest|
|Jan. 7||Chesterfield vs West Brom||15:00/10:00||Chesterfield 3-3 West Brom|
|Jan. 7||Millwall vs Sheffield United||15:00/10:00||Millwall 0-2 Sheffield United|
|Jan. 7||Boreham Wood vs Acc. Stanley||15:00/10:00||Boreham Wood 1-1 Acc. Stanley|
|Jan. 7||Shrewsbury vs Sunderland||15:00/10:00||Shrewsbury 1-2 Sunderland|
|Jan. 7||Brentford vs West Ham||17:30/12:30||Brentford 0-1 West Ham|
|Jan. 7||Coventry vs Wrexham||17:30/12:30||Coventry 3-4 Wrexham|
|Jan. 7||Luton vs Wigan||17:30/12:30||Luton 1-1 Wigan|
|Jan. 7||Grimsby vs Burton||17:30/12:30||Grimsby 1-0 Burton|
|Jan. 7||Sheff. Wednesday vs Newcastle||18:00/13:00||Sheff. Wednesday 2-1 Newcastle|
|Jan. 7||Liverpool vs Wolves||20:00/15:00||—|
|Jan. 8||Derby vs Barnsley||12:30/07:30||—|
|Jan. 8||Bristol City vs Swansea||12:30/07:30|
|Jan. 8||Cardiff City vs Leeds United||14:00/09:00|
|Jan. 8||Stockport vs Walsall||14:00/09:00|
|Jan. 8||Hartlepool vs Stoke City||14:00/09:00|
|Jan. 8||Norwich vs Blackburn||14:00/09:00|
|Jan. 8||Aston Villa vs Stevenage||16:30/11:30|
|Jan. 8||Man City vs Chelsea||16:30/11:30|
|Jan. 9||Oxford United vs Arsenal||20:00/15:00|
FA Cup third-round prize money
Winning clubs will receive £105,000 from the FA’s competition prize fund if they progress to round four.
This amounts to small change for the big boys of the Premier League, but can be a significant figure for clubs operating lower down the football pyramid.