Dec 8, 2013, 11:47 AM EDT
The third round draw of the FA Cup is in and we have some exciting prospects around the Premier League.
The draw is headlined by none other than the contentious North London Derby, as Arsenal draws hated rivals Tottenham.
A number of other Premier League teams will square off, with West Bromwich Albion hosting Crystal Palace, Manchester United getting a tough draw with Swansea, and Fulham traveling to Norwich.
Defending champions Wigan Athletic, now in the Championship, will host MK Dons.
Here are the matchups for the teams in the Premier League:
West Brom vs. Crystal Palace
Southampton vs. Burnley
Manchester United vs. Swansea
Norwich vs. Fulham
Liverpool vs. Oldham/Mansfield
Middlesboro vs. Hull City
Aston Villa vs. Sheffield United
Blackburn vs. Manchester City
Everton vs. QPR
Derby County vs. Chelsea
Stoke City vs. Leicester
Newcastle United vs. Cardiff City
Nottingham Forest vs. West Ham
Sunderland vs. Carlisle
The rest of the draw:
Yeovil vs. Leyton Orient
Barnsley vs. Hartlepool/Coventry City
Bristol City vs. Watford
Southend vs. Millwall
Doncaster vs. Stevenage
Kidderminster vs. Petersborough
Rochdale vs. Leeds
Wigan (defending champions) vs. MK Dons
Charlton vs. Wrexham/Oxford
Port Vale vs. Plymouth
Macclesfield Town vs. Sheffield Wednesday
Bolton vs. Blackpool
Brighton vs. Reading
Birmingham vs. Bristol Rovers/Crawley Town
Grimsby vs. Huddersfield Town
Ipswich vs. Preston
Bournemouth vs. Fleetwood/Burton
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