At 3, Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich travel to Southampton, Manchester City welcome Sheffield Wednesday to the Etihad, and Aston Villa face Championship strugglers, Blackpool. 23 years on from their famous defeat of Arsenal, Wrexham aim to topple another top tier side in Stoke. At 3.30, Louis van Gaal’s first taste of FA Cup football comes as Manchester United travel to League One’s bottom side, Yeovil. And Chelsea take on Watford at 4 o’clock. There’s a repeat of last year’s final as the FA Cup third round continues this afternoon – with holders Arsenal entertaining Hull in the 5.30 kick-off. Three games kicked off at one, with Alan Pardew’s first game in charge of Crystal Palace away to Conference Premier side Dover, who are yet to concede in this season’s tournament. In other FA Cup action, QPR are playing host to Nigel Clough’s Sheffield United, and Sunderland are taking on Leeds.