FA Cup draw: Jaap Stam handed Utd return, Hammers first up for Pep Guardiola
By Mark Crellin
Last Updated: 06/12/16 4:12pm
Holders Manchester United will face former defender Jaap Stam when they host Reading in the FA Cup third round.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola's first experience of the world's oldest knock-out cup competition will be against West Ham at the London Stadium.
Arsenal, who lifted the FA Cup in 2014 and 2015, face a potentially tricky tie at Preston while their north London rivals Tottenham also face Sky Bet Championship opposition in Aston Villa at White Hart Lane.
Liverpool host either Newport or Plymouth and Premier League leaders Chelsea have also been given a home draw, against Notts County or Peterborough.
Barrow will be at home to League One Rochdale after upsetting Bristol Rovers, and fellow non-league side Sutton will entertain League One AFC Wimbledon. The reward for the winners of the replay between Halifax and Eastleigh is a trip to Griffin Park to face Championship side Brentford.
As well as West Ham v Man City, there are three other all-Premier League ties in the shape of Hull v Swansea, Sunderland v Burnley and Everton v Leicester.
Northern Premier Division club Stourbridge will be heading to League Two Wycombe if they can get past Northampton in a rearranged second-round tie.
Premier League sides who face tricky trips to lower league opposition include last season's runners-up Crystal Palace, who will be at Bolton, Southampton, who take on Norwich at Carrow Road, and Bournemouth, who must travel to the Den for a tie with Millwall.
FA CUP THIRD-ROUND DRAW IN FULL:
Ipswich v Lincoln or Oldham
Barrow v Rochdale
Manchester United v Reading
Hull v Swansea
Sunderland v Burnley
QPR v Blackburn
Millwall v Bournemouth
West Ham v Manchester City
Brighton v Charlton or MK Dons
Blackpool v Barnsley
Wigan v Nottingham Forest
Birmingham v Newcastle
Chelsea v Notts County or Peterborough
Middlesbrough v Sheffield Wednesday
West Brom v Derby
Everton v Leicester
Liverpool v Newport County or Plymouth
Wycombe v Stourbridge or Northampton
Watford v Burton
Preston v Arsenal
Cardiff v Fulham
Stoke v Wolves
Cambridge v Leeds
Bristol City v Shrewsbury or Fleetwood
Huddersfield v Port Vale
Tottenham v Aston Villa
Brentford v Halifax or Eastleigh
Bolton v Crystal Palace
Norwich v Southampton
Sutton United v AFC Wimbledon
Accrington Stanley v Luton
Rotherham v Oxford or Macclesfield
Ties will take place between January 6 and January 9.