FA Cup Fourth Round Draw

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FA Cup Fourth Round Draw

After coming through a hard-fought 3-2 victory over competition holders Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium earlier this afternoon, Manchester United will now travel to Anfield to face Liverpool in the pick of the fourth round ties.

The winners of tomorrow's clash between Arsenal and Leeds at the Emirates Stadium will host seven-times winners Aston Villa, while Chelsea face the prospect of another west London derby with QPR if the Rs can overcome MK Dons at home in their third round replay.

Elsewhere, Tottenham make the short trip to Watford, while West Brom host Norwich in one of three confirmed all Premier League encounters.

View the full draw here:

Arsenal or Leeds United v Aston Villa

Blackpool v Sheffield Wednesday

Brighton or Wrexham v Newcastle United

Dagenham & Redbridge or Millwall v Southampton

Derby County v Stoke City

Everton v Fulham

Hull City v Crawley Town

Liverpool v Manchester United

Macclesfield or Bolton Wanderers v Swansea City

MK Dons or QPR v Chelsea

Nottingham Forest or Leicester City v Swindon Town

Sheffield United v Birmingham City or Wolves

Stevenage v Notts County

Sunderland v Middlesbrough

Watford v Tottenham

West Brom v Norwich


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