FA Cup Third Round Draw 2012/2013- Man Utd to take on West Ham, Arsenal against Swansea

By Soccer Blog | Dec 2, 2012

The draw for the 2013 FA Cup third round saw four all Premier League fixtures, with Manchester United, Swansea, Queens Park Rangers and Southampton all playing host to league rivals. United are at home to West Ham, the team that upset them 4-0 in the quarterfinals of the 2010 League Cup, while Swansea, who beat Arsenal 2-0 at the Emirates over the weekend, have a chance to produce another upset against Arsene Wenger’s men but this time at the Liberty Stadium in more familiar surroundings. Southampton will play host to Chelsea while Harry Redknapp’s QPR will welcome West Bromwich Albion to Loftus Road.

Liverpool will play either Lincoln City or Mansfield, while Man City have been drawn against Watford. Spurs will meet Coventry in a repeat of the 1987 final contested between the two sides.

Full FA Cup 2012/13 3rd Round Draw

Crystal Palace vs Stoke
Brighton vs Newcastle
Tottenham vs Coventry City
Wigan vs Bournemouth
Fulham vs Blackpool
Aston Villa vs Ipswich
Charlton vs Huddersfield
Barrow/Macclesfield vs Cardiff
Barnsley vs Burnley
Manchester City vs Watford
Swansea vs Arsenal
Leicester vs Burton
Millwall vs Preston North End
Cheltenham/Hereford vs Everton
Derby County vs Tranmere
Crawley vs Reading
Aldershot vs Rotherham/ Notts County
Middlesbrough v Harrogate/ Hastings
Accrington Stanley/ Oxford vs Sheffield United
Southampton vs Chelsea
QPR vs West Brom
Peterborough vs Norwich
Lincoln/Mansfield vs Liverpool
Bolton vs Sunderland
Nottingham Forest vs Oldham
West Ham vs Manchester United
Hull City vs Leyton Orient
Blackburn vs Bristol City
Leeds vs Birmingham
Bury/ Southend vs Bradford/Brentford
Luton vs Wolves
Sheffield Wednesday vs MK Dons

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