With the Premier League back to business, the magic of the FA Cup is soon to follow.
The FA Cup third round weekend is always a special occasion with the round of fixtures played just after the new year and including many upsets throughout the years.
The current FA Cup holders are Liverpool after beating Chelsea on penalties in last season’s final.
There are plenty of great ties in the third round which promise to be special.
The FA Cup third round draw in full:
1 Preston North End v Huddersfield Town
2 Middlesbrough v Brighton & Hove Albion
3 Chesterfield v West Bromwich Albion
4 Manchester City v Chelsea
5 Stockport County v Walsall
6 Boreham Wood v Accrington Stanley
7 Tottenham Hotspur v Portsmouth
8 Derby County v Barnsley
9 Cardiff City v Leeds United
10 Brentford v West Ham United
11 AFC Bournemouth v Burnley
12 Coventry City v Wrexham
13 Norwich City v Blackburn Rovers
14 Aston Villa v Stevenage
15 Luton Town v Wigan Athletic
16 Oxford United v Arsenal
17 Fleetwood Town v Queens Park Rangers
18 Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers
19 Grimsby Town v Burton Albion
20 Blackpool v Nottingham Forest
21 Dagenham & Redbridge or Gillingham v Leicester City
22 Forest Green Rovers v Birmingham City
23 Bristol City v Swansea City
24 Hartlepool United v Stoke City
25 Hull City v Fulham
26 Crystal Palace v Southampton
27 Millwall v Sheffield United
28 Shrewsbury Town v Sunderland
29 Sheffield Wednesday v Newcastle United
30 Manchester United v Everton
31 Reading v Watford
32 Ipswich Town v Rotherham United
Which games are on TV and what time?
Friday 6 January 2023
Manchester United v Everton, 8pm kick-off, ITV1, ITVX, STV and UTV
Saturday 7 January 2023
Sheffield Wednesday v Newcastle United, 6pm kick-off, BBC One and BBC iPlayer
Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers, 8pm kick-off, ITV4 and ITVX
Sunday 8 January 2023
Cardiff City v Leeds United, 2pm kick-off, ITV1, ITVX, UTV and STV
Manchester City v Chelsea, 4:30pm kick-off, BBC One and BBC iPlayer
Monday 9 January 2023
Oxford United v Arsenal, 8pm kick-off, ITV1, ITVX, UTV and STV
Our pick of the bunch is the giant clash between Manchester City and Chelsea who have already just met in the Carabao Cup with City coming out as 2-0 winners.
Reading v Watford and Gillingham v Leicester also looks to be fascinating ties.
Who will prevail? Let us know!