CHERRIES will host either AFC Fylde or Wigan Athletic in the third round of the FA Cup next month.

Danny Rowe's penalty earned National League AFC Fylde a replay against the Latics following a 1-1 draw at Mill Farm on Friday.

Wigan, who knocked out Cherries in the third round on their way to winning the FA Cup in 2013, will host the Coasters on Tuesday, December 12.

Cherries have never met AFC Fylde, the Lancashire-based club which adopted its current name in 2008 after winning the FA Vase as Kirkham & Wesham.

They have enjoyed a meteoric rise since joining the North West Counties League and were crowned National North champions last season, a fourth promotion in nine years elevating them to the fifth tier.

Wigan eliminated Cherries after a replay at Dean Court in January 2013 and also put out the Dorset club at the same stage in 1985-86.

Liverpool and Everton face an all-Merseyside showdown after being paired together in tonight's draw.

They last met in the tournament in the 2012 semi-final, which Liverpool won 2-1, and will lock horns at Anfield on the weekend beginning January 5.

Non-league Hereford will welcome 2016 Premier League champions Leicester to Edgar Street, provided they win their replay against Fleetwood.

Premier League leaders Manchester City are at home to Burnley, while potential upsets include West Ham's trip to League One high-fliers Shrewsbury and Championship leaders Wolves at home to ailing Swansea.

Ties are due to take place across the weekend of January 5-7.