Reverend and the Makers will perform at Wembley today after one of their songs was chosen as the first ever official FA Cup anthem.
A Millwall fan caught hiding a police helmet during clashes between supporters and the police has said he is "disgusted" by his behaviour.
Aldershot met Middlesbrough for the first time in the FA Cup - but it wasn't a happy meeting for the Hampshire side.
Arsene Wenger has suggested the ticketing allocation for the FA Cup final at Wembley could impact on the atmosphere.
Arsenal and Hull will receive 25,000 tickets for the final at the 80,000-seater national stadium, with the rest of the tickets passed to their 'football family and Club Wembley members.
"One of the charms of the FA Cup final was always that the stadium was reality divided in two," the Arsenal manager said.
"It's a shame that it doesn't happen any more because that was always an absolutely fantastic atmosphere.
"I remember I have been at European Championship finals of the nations and World Cup finals and always there's a little bit of a lack of atmosphere because it is so divided. I think the atmosphere will lose a little bit."
The north London side were supported by over 50,000 fans as they defeated Wigan in the semi-final last weekend.
Charlton starting 11 against Sheffield United:
Hamer, Wilson, Wood, Morrison, Wiggins, Poyet, Cousins, Jackson, Harriott, Tudgay, Church.
Subs: Hughes, Dervite, Green, Ghoochannejhad, Thuram-Ulien, Nego, Ajdarevic.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Manchester City v Chelsea
Sheffield United or Fulham v Nottingham Forest or Preston North End
Arsenal v Liverpool
Sheffield Wednesday v Charlton Athletic
Charlton’s FA Cup third round clash with Oxford United has been postponed
The pitch has become waterlogged after heavy rain in the area over the past week.
London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham will play each other in the third round of the FA Cup. The match will take place on the first weekend of January at the Emirates.
The last time the two clubs met in the FA Cup was in the 2001 semi-final.
Manchester City and Wigan fans have begun making their way down Wembley Way for today's FA Cup final, which kicks off at 5:15pm.
Supporters of Lancashire football clubs Manchester City and Wigan have begun their journey to London for the sides' FA Cup final clash.
The teams meet at Wembley at 5.15pm, with coverage starting on ITV at 3:15pm.
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has said his team needs to be able to cope with the demands of the both the Premier League and the FA Cup.
He said: "People want to talk about which competition we prefer, we want both. It's clear that we need to cope with the demands of both competitions.
"It's something we want to get through. Reaching the FA Cup final is a momentous moment for the football club."
City are anxious to claim the FA Cup as consolation following their failure to defend the Barclays Premier League title they won last season.
They are odds-on favourites against the Latics, whose progress to the final has been overshadowed by their battle against the drop.
But Mancini is taking no notice of the form book and has warned his team must be on top of their game, much like his old Sampdoria team were then they thrashed Serie B Ancona 6-1 in the second leg of 1994 Coppa Italia final.
He said: "I played Sampdoria-Ancona, Italian Cup, many years ago."In England it is totally different because if you play against team who plays for relegation, if you want to win, you should play not 100, but 200 per cent.
"For them it is the best moment in their life. If you don't play well, if you don't play a good game, you can't win."