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The FA Cup returns this weekend with all 16 fixtures live on TV and various live streaming services including a host of free-to-air games meaning you will be able to soak up the best of the fourth round action.

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Manchester United and Liverpool top the billing in a rematch of last weekend’s goalless Premier League encounter, and the Reds will be determined to claw a victory this weekend to halt a shocking run of league form.

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Beyond the showpiece tie of the round, there are plenty of enthralling match-ups between top flight giants and non-league minnows.

FA Cup fixtures on TV – fourth round

Saturday 23rd January

Southampton v Arsenal (12:15pm) Netsentertainment.com

Sheffield United v Plymouth (3pm) Netsentertainment.com

West Ham v Doncaster (3pm) BBC Sport website / BBC iPlayer

Bournemouth v Crawley (3pm) BT Sport Extra 2

Brighton v Blackpool (3pm) Netsentertainment.com

Swansea v Nottingham Forest (3pm) BT Sport Extra 4

Barnsley v Norwich (3pm) BT Sport Extra 5

Millwall v Bristol City (3pm) BT Sport Extra 6

Cheltenham v Man City (5:30pm) Netsentertainment.com

Sunday 24th January

Chelsea v Luton (12pm) Netsentertainment.com

Brentford v Leicester (2:30pm) Netsentertainment.com

Fulham v Burnley (2:30pm) BT Sport Extra 2

Man Utd v Liverpool (5pm) Netsentertainment.com

Everton v Sheffield Wednesday (8pm) Netsentertainment.com

Monday 25th January

Wycombe v Tottenham (7:45pm) Netsentertainment.com

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When is the FA Cup fifth round draw?

Well, it’s already happened! The fourth and fifth round draws were held on the same evening following the conclusion of the third round ties.

This ensured that clubs could have a head-start in planning logistics should they proceed to the next stage of the competition.

The full set of potential fixtures are as follows:

Fulham or Burnley v Bournemouth or Crawley

Man Utd or Liverpool v West Ham or Doncaster

Sheffield United or Plymouth v Millwall or Bristol City

Chorley or Wolves v Southampton/Shrewsbury or Arsenal

Barnsley or Norwich v Chelsea or Luton

Everton or Sheffield Wednesday v Wycombe or Tottenham

Swansea or Nottingham Forest v Cheltenham or Man City

Brentford or Leicester v Brighton or Blackpool

Fifth round matches are scheduled for the midweek slot around 9th/10th February.

We’ll bring you all the TV details and timings once everything is firmed up.

 

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