Liverpool have been drawn against bitter rivals Everton at home in the third round of the FA Cup.
The Premier League pace-setters faced the Toffees at the same stage of the competition two years ago, with Virgil van Dijk scoring a late winner on his Reds debut to seal a 2-1 victory.
Meanwhile, Manchester United have been drawn against Wolves – the side who advanced to the semi-finals of the famous tournament at their expense back in March.
Leeds will travel to Arsenal in another mouthwatering tie, while holders Manchester City face Port Vale at the Etihad stadium.
All 32 third-round ties, which will take place over the weekend of January 3-6, will kick-off one minute later than usual.
This season’s FA Cup third-round fixtures will be delayed by one minute to help promote mental health, the Football Association has announced.
The FA, in partnership with the Heads Up campaign and the National Health Service’s Every Mind Matters, wants to encourage fans to think about their mental wellbeing.
FA chief executive Mark Bullingham said: “Whilst delaying kick-off times by 60 seconds is a simple idea, it provides a powerful platform for us and our Heads Up charity partners to deliver a really important message on mental health.
“We know that men in particular can be reluctant to talk about the subject, so it is important that we use football as a vehicle to stress the importance of mental fitness.”
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It is hoped the initiative will raise awareness of the importance of looking after our mental health by promoting the free, online Every Mind Matters resources and the Your Mind Plan tool, which fans can use to create a personal mental health action plan.
Heads Up campaign chairman Godric Smith added: “The Emirates FA Cup is a competition for everyone – for clubs big and small – and we want to use its power to help show that we all have mental health and that we can all take a minute to focus on how we can start to improve it.”
All of the FA Cup third round ties will be played from January 3-6.
Have a look at the full FA Cup third round draw below…
Birmingham vs Blackburn
Burnley vs Peterborough
Burton Albion vs Northampton
Gillingham vs West Ham
Arsenal vs Leeds
Fleetwood vs Portsmouth
Brentford vs Stoke
Solihull Moors or Rotherham vs Hull City
Crystal Palace vs Derby
Millwall vs Newport County
Preston vs Norwich
Watford vs Tranmere
Reading vs Blackpool
Middlesbrough vs Tottenham
Man City vs Port Vale
Eastleigh or Crewe vs Barnsley
Bristol Rovers or Plymouth vs Coventry or Ipswich
Brighton vs Sheffield Wednesday
Bournemouth vs Luton
Bristol City vs Shrewsbury
Liverpool vs Everton
Southampton vs Huddersfield
Sheffield Utd vs AFC Fylde
Oxford Utd vs Exeter or Hartlepool
Cardiff vs Forest Green or Carlisle
Rochdale or Boston Utd vs Newcastle
Charlton vs West Brom
Wolves vs Man Utd
Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest
Fulham vs Aston Villa
QPR vs Swansea
Leicester vs Wigan