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Merseyside rivals handed cup clash

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The fourth round of the FA Cup will feature a Merseyside derby after Liverpool and Everton were the first two balls drawn out of the hat.

Anfield will host the standout tie, a week after the pair meet at the same ground in the league, while other highlights include non-league Kettering entertaining Fulham and Arsenal travelling to Cardiff.

Nottingham Forest's reward for beating Manchester City is a trip to bitter rivals Derby while Coca-Cola League One Hartlepool, who beat Premier League Stoke, host West Ham.

Torquay, the other non-league side left in the draw, were also drawn at home with Coventry the visitors.

The ties will be played on the weekend of January 24/25.

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