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After a month and a half devoted to league play, England’s biggest clubs get back to the FA Cup with the Third Round this weekend. Premier League clubs drop in at this level and sure enough there was a draw of two top flight teams in Manchester United’s hosting of woeful Liverpool. Last year’s darlings, Leeds United, get to play at Arsenal while a whole host of smaller clubs get a chance to play the country’s top teams.

Saturday:
Port Vale @ Burnley
Crystal Palace @ Coventry City
Sheffield Wednesday @ Bristol City
Peterborough United @ Fulham
Wolverhampton Wanderers @ Doncaster Rovers
Portsmouth @ Brighton & Hove Albion
Dover Athletic @ Huddersfield Town
Barnsley @ West Ham United
West Bromwich Albion @ Reading
Leeds United @ Arsenal
Aston Villa @ Sheffield United
York City @ Bolton Wanderers
Queens Park Rangers @ Blackburn Rovers
Colchester United @ Swansea City
Newcastle United @ Stevenage
Middlesbrough @ Burton Albion
Birmingham City @ Millwall
Blackpool @ Southampton
Hartlepool United @ Watford
Notts County @ Sunderland
Everton @ Scunthorpe United
Wigan Athletic @ Hull City
Cardiff City @ Stoke City
Nottingham Forest @ Preston North End
Leyton Orient @ Norwich City
Carlisle United @ Torquay United

Sunday:
Manchester City @ Leicester City
Ipswich Town @ Chelsea
Liverpool @ Manchester United
Charlton Athletic @ Tottenham Hotspur

Monday:
Derby County @ Crawley Town

Tuesday:
Hereford United or Lincoln City @ Wycombe Wanderers

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