The 2018/19 FA Cup Third Round draw will take place tonight – live on the BBC.
It’ll take place at Stamford Bridge – the home of the current holders, Chelsea – and will be conducted by former Chelsea player-manager Ruud Gullit and ex-Manchester United and Liverpool midfielder Paul Ince.
The 44 clubs from the Premier League and Championship enter the fray at this stage, joining the 20 clubs who prevail from this weekend’s second round ties.
The third round is scheduled to take place over the weekend of Saturday 5 January 2019.
Mark Chapman will be live on BBC One and BBC One HD from 7.30pm tonight.
This page will be updated with the results of the draw from around 7.50pm.
Updated: The Draw
Bolton v Walsall or Sunderland
Millwall v Hull City
Gillingham v Cardiff City
Brentford v Oxford United
Sheffield Wednesday v Luton Town
Manchester United v Reading
Everton v Lincoln City
Tranmere or Southport v Tottenham Hotspur
Preston North End v Doncaster Rovers
Newcastle United v Blackburn Rovers
Chelsea v Nottingham Forest
Crystal Palace v Grimsby Town
Derby v Southampton
Accrington Stanley v Ipswich Town
Bristol City v Huddersfield Town
Wrexham or Newport County v Leicester City
Fulham v Oldham
Shrewsbury Town v Stoke City
Solihull or Blackpool v Arsenal
Manchester City v Rotherham Rovers
Bournemouth v Brighton
West Ham United v Birmingham City
Woking v Watford
Burnley v Barnsley
QPR v Leeds United
Sheffield United v Barnet
Norwich City v Portsmouth
Guiseley or Fleetwood v AFC Wimbledon
West Brom v Wigan
Middlesbrough v Peterborough or Bradford
Wolves v Liverpool
Aston Villa v Swansea
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