FA Cup 3rd round draw: Steven Gerrard gives Liverpool easy homer, Ian Wright sends Arsenal Up North

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The FA Cup 3rd round draw has just been made on BBC 2, with Arsenal legend Ian Wright and Liverpool icon Steven Gerrard pulling the numbered balls out of the velvet bag.

Wright gave his beloved Gunners a lengthy away trip to Preston North End, while Gerrard handed Liverpool an easy home tie against Newport County or Plymouth Argyle.

Meanwhile, holders Manchester United must welcome third-placed Championship side Reading to Old Trafford, while eight-time winners Tottenham Hotspur host Aston Villa.

Premier League leaders Chelsea, who last won the FA Cup in 2012, will begin their quest for an eighth title by taking on either Notts County or Peterborough United at Stamford Bridge.

Pep Guardiola’s first FA Cup tie as Manchester City manager will be away to West Ham United.

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(Video) Everton 1-1 Manchester United: Furious fans slam Mourinho and Fellaini after dramatic late penalty

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Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw by Everton on Sunday with Leighton Baines scoring late on from the penalty spot to secure a point for his side.

United had taken the lead in the first half through a magical Zlatan Ibrahimovic goal, and seemed on course to secure all three points.

However, with minutes to go, Jose Mourinho opted to bring on Marouane Fellaini who conceded the penalty shortly after and was booked for his protests in a miserable cameo appearance against his former club.

With Manchester City and Liverpool both slipping to defeat this weekend, it gave United the perfect opportunity to close the gap on the top four, but they failed to take full advantage and now sit nine point...

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West Ham 1-5 Arsenal player ratings: Sensational Sanchez 10/10 but fellow Gunners forward flops

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Alexis Sanchez led Arsenal to a 5-1 win over West Ham United on Saturday with a world-class hat-trick to move the Gunners back to within three points of top spot in the Premier League.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Mesut Ozil were also on target, while Andy Carroll grabbed a goal for the hosts which ended up being nothing more than a consolation effort.

Check out our player assessment for the Gunners below;

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Daniel Sturridge stays but Jurgen Klopp admits £75k-a-week LFC man can go

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Jurgen Klopp gave updates on the futures on two experienced Liverpool players as he spoke to the media on Friday ahead of this weekend’s Premier League clash with Bournemouth.

First, reacting to rumours that Daniel Sturridge could leave Anfield for West Ham United in January, Klopp told The Guardian: “There is absolutely no thought or idea to sell any player from the first team squad.

“I don’t think it would make sense. Unfortunately Daniel is not in training now and that is what I am more concerned about than any transfer rumours, but I am prepared for everything you could ask me in January.”

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(Photo) Liverpool compare youngest-ever goalscorer’s following Ben Woodburn goal

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Liverpool beat Leeds United 2-0 at Anfield in the EFL Cup to book a place in the semi-finals.

Reds youngster Ben Woodburn scored the second goal on the night to become the youngest ever Liverpool player to score for the team – aged 17.

Liverpool compared Woodburn to other young Liverpool goalscorer and compared the records of the former wonder-kid with the latest rising star to Michael Owen and Jordan Rossiter who also scored aged 17 but at a later date.

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