Having escaped League One opposition with a draw last time out, West Ham United and Leicester City will be hoping to book a fourth round spot on a night of FA Cup replays. Follow all the action here.
Apart from Diafra Sakho, David Moyes has little desire to let any players leave without lining up replacements first. His priority is to add midfielders and at least one defender.
Clubs in the Premier League and beyond are approaching the halfway point of the January transfer window, and big-money deals are in full flow. Sportsmail brings you all the latest as it happens.
Reports had linked David Moyes with an ambitious January move for 19-year-old Tom Davies, but assistant Alan Irvine insists the club have not submitted a bid for the Everton youngster.
SIMON JONES - TRANSFER COLUMN: West Ham have no desire to allow Andy Carroll to join Chelsea on loan. Sportsmail revealed that Chelsea had lined up Carroll as well Barkley.
Chelsea are considering a shock move for West Ham striker Andy Carroll as the club step up their efforts to solve the attacking crisis currently plaguing the team, according to The Telegraph.
The 24-year-old has been on the club’s radar for over a year but, with a proposed move for West Ham’s Diafra Sakho stalling, Palace are pushing to finalise a deal worth around £15million.
Another fascinating weekend of action saw Manchester City lose their unbeaten record as they were beaten by Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool in a thrilling clash at Anfield.
MARTIN KEOWN: West Ham have always had a maverick, a special player like Paolo Di Canio or Dimitri Payet who is the darling of the fans. This season, Austrian Arnautovic is that man.
When Moyes arrived at West Ham in November, he went back to the methods he employed when he started out, first at Preston North End and then in those early years at Everton.