Liverpool-Everton Derby Headlines FA Cup Third Round

When is the draw? Who could Burnley face? All you need to know about the FA Cup third round draw

There's a Merseyside Derby at Anfield between Liverpool and Everton, and another hot rivalry will see Brighton and Hove Albion meet Crystal Palace.

SEVEN out of nine Yorkshire clubs must hit the road in the third round of the FA Cup following this evening's draw. And that wasn't the only tasty affair - Brighton vs.

However, the Toffees have won their last two league games to climb into the top half of the table. There will also be a north-east derby with Middlesbrough taking on their Championship rivals Sunderland while Manchester City will welcome Burnley to the Etihad Stadium.

Swansea City, bottom of the Premier League, face Championship leaders Wolves at Molineux.

There's another all-Premier League tie at Manchester City, as Burnley draws Pep Guardiola's red-hot Sky Blues.

Rosler says it is a great incentive for both sides, especially given Vardy's connection to the club and the fact Town have never faced a Premier League side competitively having lost against Championship opposition Blackpool (2012) and a replay clash with Bristol City (2017) in their only two previous appearances in the third round.

The Hereford manager, Peter Beadle, said the prospect of facing Leicester at Edgar Street would give his Southern Premier League side all the motivation they need to see off Fleetwood.

The National League side AFC Fylde will head to Bournemouth if they beat Wigan Athletic in a replay.

The FA Cup third round is scheduled to be played on Saturday 6 January 2018, although a number of games will be moved for television broadcasting.

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