FA Cup third-round draw: Man Utd host Reading, Man City travel to West Ham

Elsewhere, Arsenal travel to Preston, Liverpool host Newport County or Plymouth and Chelsea face either Peterborough United or Notts County

Manchester United will start their defence of the FA Cup with a home tie against Championship side Reading, who are managed by former player Jaap Stam.

United won a record-equalling 12th FA Cup with a 2-1 in over Crystal Palace in May in what was Louis van Gaal's final game as the club's manager.

Pep Guardiola's first taste of FA Cup action, meanwhile, will come when he takes his Manchester City side to West Ham in one of five all-Premier League ties.

Antonio Conte's Chelsea were handed a seemingly easier draw, with Peterborough United or Notts County waiting after a replay.

Elsewhere, Liverpool will host Newport County or Plymouth Argyle and Arsenal will travel to Preston North End as Tottenham host Aston Villa.

The ties will be played between January 6 and 9 in the New Year.

Ipswich Town vs Lincoln City or Oldham Athletic
Barrow vs Rochdale
Manchester United vs Reading
Hull City vs Swansea City
Sunderland vs Burnley
QPR vs Blackburn
Millwall vs Bournemouth
West Ham vs Manchester City
Brighton & Hove Albion vs MK Dons or Charlton
Blackpool vs Barnsley
Wigan vs Nottingham Forest
Birmingham City vs Newcastle United
Chelsea vs Peterborough or Notts County
Middlesbrough vs Sheffield Wednesday
West Brom vs Derby County
Everton vs Leicester City
Liverpool vs Newport County or Plymouth
Wycombe Wanderers vs Stourbridge or Northampton
Watford vs Burton Albion
Preston North End vs Arsenal
Cardiff City vs Fulham
Stoke City vs Wolves
Cambridge United vs Leeds United
Bristol City vs Fleetwood Town or Shrewsbury
Huddersfield Town vs Port Vale
Tottenham vs Aston Villa
Brentford vs Halifax or Eastleigh
Bolton vs Crystal Palace
Norwich City vs Southampton
Sutton United vs AFC Wimbledon
Accrington Stanley vs Luton Town
Rotherham United vs Oxford United or Macclesfield

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