The FA Cup Third Round draw has been made tonight, and that means the big guns of English football have been added into the draw.
There were five non-league teams in the draw, all of them no doubt praying for a big draw against a Premier League side, and a few of them got their wish! Elsewhere as always we have some tasty all-Premier League ties which will no doubt he hotly contested.
The third-round ties will take place between 3 and 6 January.
The draw in full:
Arsenal v Hull City
Southampton v Ipswich Town
Stoke City v Wrexham
Charlton Athletic v Blackburn
Dover Athletic v Crystal Palace
AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool
Manchester City v Sheffield Wednesday
Aldershot/Rochdale v Nottingham Forest
West Brom v Gateshead
Blyth Spartans v Birmingham City
Aston Villa v Blackpool
Rotherham v AFC Bournemouth
Huddersfield Town v Reading
Oxford/Tranmere v Swansea City
Cardiff City v Colchester
Bolton v Wigan
Sunderland v Leeds
Burnley v Tottenham
Millwall v Bradford City
Derby v Southport
Brentford v Brighton
Fulham v Wolves
Leicester City v Newcastle United
Scunthorpe/Worcester City v Chesterfield
Everton v West Ham
Cambridge/Mansfield v Bury/Luton
Chelsea v Watford
Barnsley/Chester v Middlesbrough
QPR v Sheffield United
Accrington Stanley/Yeovil v Manchester United
Preston v Norwich
Doncaster v Bristol City
The glamour tie is clearly Arsenal vs Hull City, a repeat of last year's FA Cup final and one of four all-Premier League ties, the others being Burnley v Spurs, Leicester vs Newcastle, and Everton vs West Ham. Manchester United will enjoy a rare FA Cup tie against non-Premier League opposition as they travel to either Accrington or Yeovil, while Liverpool with have to navigate a tricky trip to AFC Wimbledon.
Non-league Blyth Spartans head to Birmingham City, while Gateshead will no doubt be thrilled with their away day at West Brom.
There are a few other games which catch the eye, such as Shane Long's Southampton taking on Mick McCarthy's Irish contingent at Ipswich Town, Sunderland vs Leeds, and Cardiff City hosting Wigan Athletic which will no doubt create a media frenzy due to the recent public tiff between Vincent Tan and the Wigan pair of Malky Mackay and Dave Whelan.
Bring on the FA Cup!