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That’s the end of the drawThe big games look like a very likely match between Manchester City or Chelsea against Oxford or Arsenal. Lower division clubs, including Wrexham, could not pull off the plum Premier League tie they craved. Wrexham drew at home with Sheffield United.

Boreham Wood or Accrington – Cardiff – Leeds

Fulham – Sunderland

Brighton v Liverpool or Wolves

Bristol City or Swansea v Chesterfield or West Brom

Manchester City or Chelsea v Oxford or Arsenal – a draw

Sheffield Wednesday and Fleetwood

Walsall v Leicester

Blackburn Forest v Green Rovers or Birmingham

Stoke and Aston Villa or Stevenage

Derby – West Ham

Luton or Wigan v Grimsby

Manchester United and Reading – Paul Ince is back.

Ipswich and Burnley

Wrexham – draw at home – Sheffield United

Southampton – Blackpool

Preston – Tottenham

Ok, balls are in the bowl, let’s go…

Meet Chappers, Emile Heskey and Karen Bardsley pulling on those 16 ties while two former players are running on the FA Cup honours

Revised balls after today’s games

  • 1. North end of Preston

  • 2. Brighton and Hove Albion

  • 3. Chesterfield or West Bromwich Albion

  • 4. Manchester City or Chelsea

  • 5. Walsall

  • 6. Boreham Wood or Accrington Stanley

  • 7. Tottenham Hotspur

  • 8. County of Derby

  • 9. Cardiff City or Leeds United

  • ten. West Ham United

  • 11. Burnley

  • 12. Wrexham

  • 13. Blackburn Rovers

  • 14. Aston Villa or Stevenage

  • 15. Luton Town or Wigan Athletic

  • 16. Oxford United or Arsenal

  • 17. City of Fleetwood

  • 18. Liverpool or Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • 19. City of Grimsby

  • 20. Blackpool

  • 21. City of Leicester

  • 22. Forest Green Rovers or Birmingham City

  • 23. City of Bristol or City of Swansea

  • 24. City of Stoke

  • 25. Fulham

  • 26. Southampton

  • 27. Sheffield United Kingdom

  • 28. Sunderland

  • 29. Sheffield Wednesday

  • 30. Manchester United

  • 31. Reading

  • 32. City of Ipswich

Sonny Perkins’ late equaliser, the teenager’s outing means Leeds are the other team in the draw and a replay is in order. Leading 2-0 at half-time, Cardiff were denied. Another interesting tie.

Should Wolves be a full draw? Their manager thinks they’ve been robbed.

Three non-champion teams in the draw. Wrexham won at Coventry, while Boreham Wood and Chesterfield need to win their third round replays to join the fourth round. Will Wrexham attract a large enough contingent for their owners to board a Lear Jet to and from? We are waiting for such news.

Introduction

It was an FA Cup third round weekend, with some upsets and a high-scoring storyline and decent fare. Now do you remember why those knockout races were so much fun? There’s plenty more to come, then City take on Chelsea live, but first the fourth-round tie has been pulled from the One Show slot, meaning we’ve lost sight of it. Tracy Ullman with Romesh Ranganathan hitting balls out of the bag.

Instead, Mark “Mark Chapman” Chapman will be drawn with former FA Cup winners Emile Heskey and Karen Bardsley.

Here are your teams and their numbered balls

  • 1. North end of Preston

  • 2. Brighton and Hove Albion

  • 3. Chesterfield or West Bromwich Albion

  • 4. Manchester City or Chelsea

  • 5. Stockport or Walsall County

  • 6. Boreham Wood or Accrington Stanley

  • 7. Tottenham Hotspur

  • 8. County Derby or Barnsley

  • 9. Cardiff City or Leeds United

  • ten. West Ham United

  • 11. Burnley

  • 12. Wrexham

  • 13. Norwich City or Blackburn Rovers

  • 14. Aston Villa or Stevenage

  • 15. Luton Town or Wigan Athletic

  • 16. Oxford United or Arsenal

  • 17. City of Fleetwood

  • 18. Liverpool or Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • 19. City of Grimsby

  • 20. Blackpool

  • 21. City of Leicester

  • 22. Forest Green Rovers or Birmingham City

  • 23. City of Bristol or City of Swansea

  • 24. Hartlepool United or Stoke City

  • 25. Fulham

  • 26. Southampton

  • 27. Sheffield United Kingdom

  • 28. Sunderland

  • 29. Sheffield Wednesday

  • 30. Manchester United

  • 31. Reading

  • 32. City of Ipswich

16 meetings will be held on January 27-30.

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