The Third Round of the FA Cup is always an important weekend of football and this year is no exception with numerous stand out ties.
With all 20 Premier League sides in action only on Thursday, the majority of matches involving the top tier teams are on Sunday and Monday.
Four Premier League sides are in action on Saturday though, including the fixture between Leicester City and Newcastle United.
Both Swansea City and West Brom will looking to avoid shock defeats when they face Tranmere Rovers and Gateshead respectively.
Manchester United’s trip to League One side Yeovil Town is the stand out fixture on Sunday.
Louis van Gaal’s men were embarrassed by MK Dons in the Capital One Cup earlier in the season, however enter Sunday’s fixture in much better form.
Yeovil themselves are bottom of League One and the possibility of back to back relegations is very real.
Non league Dover Athletic host Crystal Palace, who will hope to have Alan Pardew in place as manager before the match.
Sunderland host Leeds United in a repeat of the famous 1973 final, whilst Manchester City entertain Sheffield Wednesday, after the pair also met in the Capital One Cup.
The original Wimbledon famously stunned Liverpool in the 1988 FA Cup final and AFC Wimbledon will have the chance to do the same on Monday.
Liverpool were knocked out of the competition by Oldham Athletic in recent years and they are again a huge scalp this year.
Non league Blyth Spartans entertain Birmingham City on Saturday, whilst Wrexham travel to face the Premier League outfit Stoke City.
Friday 2nd December
Second Round replay
MK Dons vs. Chesterfield
Cardiff City vs. Colchester United
Saturday 3rd December
Barnsley vs. Middlesbrough
Blyth Spartans vs. Birmingham City
Bolton Wanderers vs. Wigan Athletic
Brentford vs. Brighton & Hove Albion
Cambridge United vs. Luton Town
Charlton Athletic vs. Blackburn Rovers
Derby County vs. Southport
Doncaster Rovers vs. Bristol City
Fulham vs. Wolves
Huddersfield Town vs. Reading
Leicester City vs. Newcastle United
Millwall vs. Bradford City
Preston North End vs. Norwich City
Rochdale vs. Nottingham Forest
Rotherham United vs. AFC Bournemouth
Tranmere Rovers vs. Swansea City
West Brom vs. Gateshead
Sunday 4th December
Dover vs. Crystal Palace (13:00)
Queens Park Rangers vs. Sheffield United (13:00)
Sunderland vs. Leeds United (13:00)
Aston Villa vs. Blackpool
Manchester City vs. Sheffield Wednesday
Southampton vs. Ipswich Town
Stoke City vs. Wrexham
Yeovil Town vs. Manchester United (15:30)
Chelsea vs. Watford (16:00)
Arsenal vs. Hull City (17:30)
Monday 5th December
Burnley vs. Tottenham
AFC Wimbledon vs. Liverpool (19:55)
Tuesday 6th December
Everton vs. West Ham United
Scunthorpe United vs. MK Dons/Chesterfield