Liverpool and Everton handed derby tie in FA Cup third round draw

Everton to face Liverpool in the FA Cup Third Round

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Fleetwood head coach Uwe Rosler says his men need to focus on getting the job done at Hereford before they can get excited about the potential return of ex-forward Jamie Vardy and his Leicester side in the FA Cup.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will want a similar result on their next trip to Nottingham as the north Londoners look to mount a successful defence of the FA Cup, having beaten Chelsea in May's final.

The most glamorous draw of the third round is the Merseyside Derby with Liverpool hosting Everton for the second time in just over four weeks time. Crystal Palace is also set for the third round. And should AFC Fylde get the better of Wigan in a replay they will travel to the home of Premier League Bournemouth, while seventh tier Slough - the lowest ranked side left in the competition - will take on Doncaster Rovers should they beat Rochdale.

Manchester United were given what seems to be a comfortable home draw against the Championship side Derby County while Tottenham Hotspur face League One AFC Wimbledon at Wembley.

Salvation Army's Red Kettle fundraiser off to slow start
Monetary donations are appreciated as well, and red kettles can be found at the trailer as well as around Muscatine. Last year, CPB collected more than $158,000 in monetary and gift donations for the Angel Tree program.

High-flying Championship leaders Wolves have enjoyed a simply stunning season so far as they bid to return to the promised land of the Premier League.

All third-round ties will take place on the weekend of January 6.

The Hereford manager, Peter Beadle, said the prospect of facing Leicester at Edgar Street would give his Southern Premier League side all the motivation they need to see off Fleetwood.

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