Jamie Carragher hopes Liverpool will 'f*** up' Everton's Christmas in FA Cup

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Fleetwood head coach Uwe Rosler says his men need to focus on getting the job done at Hereford before they can get excited about the potential return of ex-forward Jamie Vardy and his Leicester side in the FA Cup.

The standout tie is the Merseyside derby between Liverpool vs. Everton at Anfield. There will also be a north-east derby with Middlesbrough taking on their Championship rivals Sunderland while Manchester City will welcome Burnley to the Etihad Stadium. Another eye-catching all-Premier League duel pits together rivals Brighton and Crystal Palace, while the North East duo of Middlesbrough and Sunderland face-off at the Riverside.

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The Reds will host the Toffees at the beginning of next month as Premier League sides enter the competition.

Swansea City, bottom of the Premier League, face Championship leaders Wolves at Molineux.

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Holders Arsenal will begin their bid for a 14th FA Cup away to Nottingham Forest, with last season's beaten finalists Chelsea also travelling to face Championship opposition in the form of Norwich City.

The Hereford manager, Peter Beadle, said the prospect of facing Leicester at Edgar Street would give his Southern Premier League side all the motivation they need to see off Fleetwood. They face Wigan in a replay.

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The dates are yet to be confirmed but Southampton's trip to the capital will be on the weekend of the 6th January, days after the team host Crystal Palace on the south coast.

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