When is the FA Cup 4th round draw and how can I watch it?
The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup takes place tonight after a day of upsets and drama in the competition.
While Chelsea and Manchester City breezed through ties against Chesterfield and Swindon Town respectively, there was a huge shock as Cambridge knocked out Newcastle at St James’ Park.
Non-league Kidderminster Harriers will be hoping for a dream draw against a Premier League team after knocking out Championship side Reading, as will Boreham Wood following their victory over AFC Wimbledon.
There are more ties taking place on Sunday, with Arsenal’s visit to Nottingham Forest kicking off after the draw and Manchester United’s match against Aston Villa being held on Monday night.
Here is everything you need to know about the fourth round draw.
When is the draw?
The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup will take place on Sunday 9 January at around 4.50pm after West Ham’s clash with Leeds and before Arsenal’s trip to Nottingham Forest.
How can I watch?
The draw will be broadcast live on ITV1 following coverage of the match at the London Stadium.
When will the ties be played?
Fourth round matches are scheduled to take place over the weekend of 5-6 February.
Who will be in the FA Cup fourth round draw?
1: Boreham Wood
3: Stoke City
9: Huddersfield Town
11: Kidderminster Harriers
12: Leicester City
14: Hartlepool United
17: Tottenham Hotspur
18: Crystal Palace
20: Manchester City
21: Wigan Athletic
22: Luton Town
23: Plymouth Argyle
24: Manchester United or Aston Villa
25: Wolverhampton Wanderers
26: Cambridge United
28: Peterborough United
29: West Ham United
30: Queens Park Rangers
31: Norwich City
32: Nottingham Forest or Arsenal