FA Cup fourth round draw – live | FA Cup


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So that concludes the draw, with the big games looking like that very possible match between Manchester City or Chelsea against Oxford or Arsenal. Lower division clubs, including Wrexham, failed to pull off the plum Premier League tie they wanted. Wrexham earned a home draw with Sheffield United.

Boreham Wood or Accrington v Cardiff v Leeds

Fulham v Sunderland

Brighton v Liverpool or Wolves

Bristol City or Swansea v Chesterfield or West Brom

Manchester City or Chelsea v Oxford or Arsenal – draw

Sheffield Wednesday v Fleetwood

Walsall v Leicester

Blackburn v Forest Green Rovers or Birmingham

Stoke v Aston Villa or Stevenage

Derby v West Ham

Luton or Wigan v Grimsby

Manchester United v Reading – Paul Ince returns.

Ipswich v Burnley

Wrexham – home draw – with Sheffield United

Southampton v Blackpool

Preston v Tottenham

Ok, the balls are in the bowl and let’s go…

Meet Chappers, Emile Heskey and Karen Bardsley to draw those 16 ties, as we run through the two former players’ FA Cup honor roll

Balls revised after today’s games so far

  • 1. North end of Preston

  • 2. Brighton and Hove Albion

  • 3. Chesterfield or West Bromwich Albion

  • 4. Manchester City or Chelsea

  • 5. Wallsall

  • 6. Boreham Wood or Accrington Stanley

  • 7. Tottenham Hotspur

  • 8. Derby County

  • 9. Cardiff City or Leeds United

  • ten. West Ham United

  • 11. Burnley

  • 12. Wrexham

  • 13. Blackburn Rovers

  • 14. Aston Villa or Stevenage

  • 15. Luton Town or Wigan Athletic

  • 16. Oxford United or Arsenal

  • 17. Town of Fleetwood

  • 18. Liverpool or Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • 19. Town of Grimsby

  • 20. Blackpool

  • 21. Leicester city

  • 22. Forest Green Rovers or Birmingham City

  • 23. Bristol City or Swansea City

  • 24. City of Stoke

  • 25. Fulham

  • 26. Southampton

  • 27. United Kingdom of Sheffield

  • 28. Sunderland

  • 29. Sheffield Wednesday

  • 30. Manchester United

  • 31. Reading

  • 32. Town of Ipswich

And the late equalizer from Sonny Perkins, the teenager coming off the bench means Leeds are another team in the draw and need a replay. Cardiff were denied, having led 2-0 at half-time. Another exciting tie.

Should Wolves be entirely in the draw? Their manager certainly thinks they were robbed.

Three non-championship teams in the draw. Wrexham are through, having won at Coventry, while Boreham Wood and Chesterfield need to win their third-round replays to join them in the fourth round. Will Wrexham pull a squad big enough for their owners to board a Lear Jet and come? We await such news.

Preamble

It was quite an FA Cup third round weekend, with some shocks coupled with a high-scoring storyline and decent fare throughout. Now, you might remember why those knockout competitions are so fun, right? And there’s still more to come, with City facing Chelsea straight after that, but first the fourth-round draw, taken from the One Show slot, which means we’re sight-deprived. of Tracey Ullman shooting the balls from the bag with Romesh Ranganathan.

Instead, Mark “Mark Chapman” Chapman will do the draw with Emile Heskey and Karen Bardsley, both former FA Cup winners.

Here are your teams and their numbered balls

  • 1. North end of Preston

  • 2. Brighton and Hove Albion

  • 3. Chesterfield or West Bromwich Albion

  • 4. Manchester City or Chelsea

  • 5. Stockport or Walsall County

  • 6. Boreham Wood or Accrington Stanley

  • 7. Tottenham Hotspur

  • 8. County of Derby or Barnsley

  • 9. Cardiff City or Leeds United

  • ten. West Ham United

  • 11. Burnley

  • 12. Wrexham

  • 13. Norwich City or Blackburn Rovers

  • 14. Aston Villa or Stevenage

  • 15. Luton Town or Wigan Athletic

  • 16. Oxford United or Arsenal

  • 17. Town of Fleetwood

  • 18. Liverpool or Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • 19. Town of Grimsby

  • 20. Blackpool

  • 21. Leicester city

  • 22. Forest Green Rovers or Birmingham City

  • 23. Bristol City or Swansea City

  • 24. Hartlepool United or Stoke City

  • 25. Fulham

  • 26. Southampton

  • 27. United Kingdom of Sheffield

  • 28. Sunderland

  • 29. Sheffield Wednesday

  • 30. Manchester United

  • 31. Reading

  • 32. Town of Ipswich

The 16 meetings will take place from January 27 to 30.


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