Liverpool — who beat Everton in the 2012 semi-final, their last FA Cup meeting — also host their struggling neighbours in the Premier League next Sunday. Everton have had a torrid time in the Premier League so far this season and failed to progress to the knockout stages in the Europa League, although they have the survival specialist Sam Allardyce now installed as manager. Elsewhere, holders Arsenal’s first challenge is an away trip to second tier Nottingham Forest while Premier League leaders Manchester City face a potentially tricky home tie with Burnley. Saint's horror throw in gaffe0:43 Premier League: Southampton's Ryan Bertrand had all the commentators laughing with this horrible attempted throw in December 4th 2017 a day ago /display/newscorpaustralia.com/Web/NewsNetwork/Sport news and galleries/Football/ Arsenal are not the only Premier League giant to face second tier opposition with Manchester United at home to Derby County and last season’s beaten finalists Chelsea away at Norwich. Several Premier League sides could fall prey to giant killing exploits. Inconsistent Southampton travel to Fulham, and struggling West Ham and Swansea are away at third tier highflyers Shrewsbury and Championship leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers respectively. FULL THIRD ROUND DRAW (Ties to be played January 5-7): - Ipswich v Sheffield United - Watford v Bristol City - Birmingham v Burton - Liverpool v Everton - Brighton v Crystal Palace - Aston Villa v Woking or Peterborough - Bournemouth v AFC Fylde or Wigan - Coventry v Stoke - Newport v Leeds - Bolton v Huddersfield - Port Vale or Yeovil v Bradford - Nottingham Forest v Arsenal - Brentford v Notts County - QPR v MK Dons - Manchester United v Derby - Forest Green or Exeter v West Brom - Doncaster v Slough Town or Rochdale - Tottenham v AFC Wimbledon - Middlesbrough v Sunderland - Fleetwood or Hereford v Leicester - Blackburn or Crewe v Hull - Cardiff v Mansfield - Manchester City v Burnley - Shrewsbury v West Ham - Wolves v Swansea - Stevenage v Reading - Newcastle v Luton - Millwall v Barnsley - Fulham v Southampton - Wycombe v Preston - Norwich v Chelsea - Gillingham or Carlisle v Sheffield Wednesday