- FA Cup third round fixtures have been made in which Manchester City will face Port Vale
- Liverpool were given a tough fixture as they will tackle Premier League rivals Everton
- Arsenal who won the title last in 2017 will face Leeds United in the third round
Manchester City who are the reigning champions of the English FA Cup have been drawn to face lower League side Port Vale in the third round fixtures.
Liverpool who last won the FA Cup title in 2006 have been given a tough fixture as they will face Premier League rivals Everton who last lifted the title in 1995.
Chelsea who defeated Manchester United in 2018 in the final will face Nottingham Forest in their own fixture, while Arsenal will go head to head with Leeds United.
Manchester United face a tougher draw as they must visit Wolves who knocked them out in the quarter-finals last season.
The Red Devils would want to go for a revenge against Wolves in this fixture.
Meanwhile, all the third-round fixtures of the FA Cup will take place on the weekend of January 4/5.
See below the fixtures
Leicester vs Wigan
QPR vs Swansea
Fulham vs Aston Villa
Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest
Wolves vs Manchester United
Charlton vs West Brom
Rochdale or Boston vs Newcastle
Cardiff vs Forest Green or Carlisle
Oxford vs Exeter or Hartlepool
Sheffield United vs AFC Fylde
Southampton vs Huddersfield
Liverpool vs Everton
Bristol City vs Shrewsbury
Bournemouth vs Luton
Brighton vs Sheffield Wednesday
Bristol Rovers or Plymouth vs Coventry or Ipswich
Eastleigh or Crewe vs Barnsley
Manchester City vs Port Vale
Middlesbrough vs Tottenham
Reading vs Blackpool
Watford vs Tranmere
Preston vs Norwich
MIllwall vs Newport
Crystal Palace vs Derby
Solihull Moors or Rotherham vs Hull
Brentford vs Stoke
Fleetwood vs Portsmouth
Arsenal vs Leeds
Gillingham vs West Ham
Burton vs Northampton
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea made it back-to-back defeats in the Premier League and three games without a win as they suffered a 1-0 home defeat to West Ham on Saturday, November 30.
The Blues started brightly as Christian Pulisic header in the 10th minute just sailed over the bar before Reece James cross hit the woodwork in the 22nd minute.
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