After an eventful third round which saw giant killings and eight replays, the fourth round of the FA Cup gets underway at the end of January.
A number of lower league clubs including Newport and Yeovil are looking to book themselves into the fifth round of the competition.
When is the FA Cup fourth round?
THE fourth round of the FA Cup gets underway on Friday, January 26.
Games will also be played on Saturday, January 27 and Sunday, January 28.
What channel are the games on and can I live stream them?
SIX games were chosen to be shown live across the FA Cup weekend.
Manchester United’s trip to Yeovil with be shown on Friday evening with coverage starting on BBC 1 at 7.30pm.
On Saturday, BT Sport will host three games which will see Peterborough host the winners of Fleetwood vs Leicester, Newport taking on Tottenham and Liverpool vs West Brom.
BT Sport will also host Newcastle’s trip to either Chelsea or Norwich.
The final live game of the weekend will be on BBC 1 and will see Premier League leaders Manchester City travel to Cardiff or Mansfield.
Which are the most anticipated games?
NEWPORT caused one of the surprises of the third round when they knocked out Championship side Leeds.
They have been drawn at home to Premier League side Tottenham and will play on Saturday in a late kick-off.
Nottingham Forest who beat Arsenal 4-2 in the third round, will travel to fellow Championship side Hull City.
What is the full fourth round draw?
THE draw was made on Monday, January 8.
Yeovil Town vs Manchester United
Peterborough vs Fleetwood or Leicester
Huddersfield vs Birmingham
Hull vs Nottingham Forest
Middlesbrough vs Brighton & Hove Albion
Millwall vs Rochdale
MK Dons vs Coventry
Notts County vs Wolves or Swansea
Sheffield United vs Preston
Southampton vs Watford
Carlisle or Sheffield Wednesday vs Stevenage or Reading
Bournemouth or Wigan vs Shrewsbury or West Ham
Newport vs Tottenham
Liverpool vs West Brom
Norwich or Chelsea vs Newcastle
Cardiff or Mansfield vs Manchester City