Chelsea No2 Zola on FA Cup draw: Forest very unsafe

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Forest are now fifth in the Championship and they visited the Bridge last season in the Carabao Cup, with the Blues winning 5-1.

Manchester United play Reading at Old Trafford, while Premier League champions Manchester City welcome Rotherham to the Etihad.

And they will be hoping for a better result this time round after losing 4-0 at the famous ground at the same stage of the competition in January 2017.

Tottenham could also play non-league opposition if Southport come through their second-round replay against Tranmere Rovers.

Non-league Solihull Moors will host 13-time FA Cup winners Arsenal in the third round if they win their second-round replay against Blackpool. The north Londoners will start their campaign away to Tranmere or Southport.

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The south coast side were promoted as League Two champions in 2017 and after finishing eighth in League One this season are now leading the way under the guidance of former Wolves boss Kenny Jackett.

The draw for the third round, in which teams from the top two tiers of English football enter the competition, was made on Monday night.

The draw yielded two all-Premier League ties with Wolves welcoming Liverpool to Molineux and Bournemouth hosting Brighton.

The Blues have had a brilliant start to the Premier League and are just seven points behind league leaders Manchester City who they will face this weekend.