The second round of the FA Cup will get underway this weekend as non-league, League One and League Two sides will continue to confront one another.
Premier League and Championship clubs will be waiting to find out who will join them as they’re introduced to the competition in the third round.
The third round of the FA Cup is traditionally held in one of the first weekendss of the new year.
And now, Manchester United and Manchester City know what date the draw will be held.
The draw will take place following the conclusion of this weekend’s results and consequently, as we have taken a look at everything you need to know ahead of it.
When will the draw take place?
The third round draw of the FA CUP will take place on Monday, December 6.
It will commence as part of the coverage for local non-league Hertfordshire derby Boreham Wood v St Albans City – the draw is expected to be held after complete-time.
Can I watch it live?
The game will be shown live on ITV4. The programme starts at 6:45pm.
Who will be in the third round draw?
The 20 winners of the second round ties – made up of teams from non-league to the EFL – commencing this weekend.
The remaining 44 spots will be taken up by clubs in the Premier League and Championship who get entered into the draw at the third round stage.
When are the fixtures taking place?
The third round matches will commence with the first being played on Friday evening (January 7), up until Monday night (January 10).
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