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FA Cup third-round draw:

Liverpool will face Everton in the FA Cup third round, while holders Arsenal will travel to Nottingham Forest.
Premier League leaders Manchester City have a home tie against Burnley, Manchester United host Derby and Chelsea are away at Norwich. Seventh-tier Hereford, the lowest-ranked side left, will face Leicester if they overcome Fleetwood at the second attempt.

Iheanacho is becoming a star

Iheanacho continues to show that he's more than at home in Pellegrini's first-team squad. With Wilfried Bony still two weeks away from a return from injury and Aguero given a break, the City boss now has the confidence to allow the teenager to lead the line.

Manchester United vs Sheffield United FA Cup LIVE

Manchester United XI: De Gea, Darmian, Smalling, Blind, Borthwick-Jackson, Schweinsteiger, Fellaini, Herrera, Mata, Martial, Rooney Subs: Romero, McNair, Varela, Lingard, Pereira, Memphis, KeaneSheffield United XI: Long, Brayford, Basham, Coutts, Sharp, Collins, Woolford, Sammon, McEveley, Edgar, Hammond Subs: Howard, Flynn, Baxter, Done, Campbell-Ryce, Reed, Adams Emirates FA Cup third round clash at Old Trafford

Arsenal 3-1 Sunderland: Joel Campbell, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud strike after scare as FA Cup holders maintain Treble hopes

Ramsey strikes for Arsenal as they claimed the lead for the first time in the match in the 72nd minute 
For Arsene Wenger and this Arsenal team, the Treble is on. FA Cup winners in 2014 and 2015, Arsenal remain on course for a unique hat-trick of trophies after beating Sunderland at the Emirates. It was inspired by the magical boots of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, delivering a masterful and majestic performance from his favoured central midfield position. When he plays like this, the Arsenal and England player can make your eyes water.
It took the arrival of Aaron Ramsey from the substitute’s bench to chivvy Arsenal along a bit, but this tie revolved around Oxlade-Chamberlain’s clever game.

The,oldest domestic cup competition is back

The draw in full:
Watford v Newcastle
West Brom v Bristol City
West Ham v Wolves
Salford/ Hartlepool v Derby
Exeter v Liverpool
Tottenham v Leicester
Colchester v Charlton
Peterborough v Preston
Northampton v Milton Keynes
Arsenal v Sunderland
Newport v Blackburn
Ipswich v Portsmouth

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