FA Cup: 32 ties over four days including AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool and Arsenal v Hull in final repeats

Four non-league sides in action; Man City and Chelsea face Championship opposition

Image: Arsenal face Hull in a repeat of last year's final

The Premier League and Championship teams enter the fray this weekend across 31 FA Cup third-round ties, including a repeat of last year’s final.

Arsenal host Hull just eight months after their 3-2 victory over the Tigers at Wembley in May, which secured Arsene Wenger his first trophy in nine years.

The pick of the ties sees League Two AFC Wimbledon host Liverpool at Kingsmeadow on Monday, hoping to repeat the famous final upset of 1988 when Lawrie Sanchez's solitary Wembley goal secured the trophy for the original 'Crazy Gang'.

There are three other all-Premier League ties over the course of the weekend, with bottom club Leicester hosting Newcastle on Saturday before Burnley welcome Tottenham to Turf Moor on Monday and West Ham go to Everton on Tuesday night.

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Northern Premier League Blyth Spartans will be hoping to draw from their second-round upset at Hartlepool when they host Championship Birmingham on Saturday, while three other non-League sides - all from the Conference - have made their way through the early rounds to face Premier League opposition.

Dover Athletic and Gateshead face sides under new management - at home to Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace and away to Tony Pulis' West Bromwich Albion, respectively - while Wrexham go to Stoke.

Elsewhere, Louis van Gaal takes charge in an FA Cup game for the first time as he takes Manchester United to League One strugglers Yeovil, while there are home games for Manchester City and Chelsea against Championship clubs Sheffield Wednesday and Watford.

FA Cup fixtures

Saturday, January 3

Barnsley v Middlesbrough

Blyth Spartans v Birmingham

Bolton v Wigan

Brentford v Brighton

Cambridge v Luton

Charlton v Blackburn

Derby v Southport

Doncaster v Bristol City

Fulham v Wolves

Huddersfield v Reading

Leicester v Newcastle

Millwall v Bradford

Preston v Norwich

Rochdale v Nottingham Forest

Rotherham v Bournemouth

Tranmere v Swansea

West Brom v Gateshead

Sunday, January 4

Dover v Crystal Palace

QPR v Sheffield United

Sunderland v Leeds

Aston Villa v Blackpool

Man City v Sheff Wed

Southampton v Ipswich

Stoke v Wrexham

Yeovil v Man Utd

Chelsea v Watford

Arsenal v Hull

Monday, January 5

Burnley v Tottenham

AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool

Tuesday, January 6

Everton v West Ham

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