The FA Cup fourth round draw has taken place – and there are some cracking fixtures to look forward to in the coming weeks.
It was an entertaining third round over the weekend, with goals aplenty and some controversial moments once again thanks to VAR.
Liverpool had no problem securing their place in the next round, despite playing a youthful side against rivals Everton at Anfield.
18-year-old Curtis Jones scored the only goal of the tie to send the Reds through.
Chelsea beat Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge, while Manchester City made no mistake against Port Vale at the Etihad.
However, Tottenham and Manchester United will have to go through a replay after drawing with Middlesbrough and Wolves respectively.
Newcastle were also held away at Rochdale, as Sheffield Wednesday beat Brighton at the Amex.
The FA Cup fourth round draw took place before Arsenal faced Leeds tonight
Tonight’s clash sees Arsenal welcome Leeds to the Emirates Stadium for the final game of the weekend.
The third round replays will take place on January 14th and 15th.
And the fourth round ties will commence on January 25th.
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FA Cup fourth-round fixtures in full:
Tranmere/Watford vs Wolves/Manchester United
Hull vs Chelsea
Southampton vs Middlesbrough/Tottenham
QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday
Bournemouth vs Arsenal/Leeds
Northampton vs Derby
Brentford vs Leicester
Millwall vs Sheffield United
Reading/Blackpool vs Cardiff/Carlisle
West Ham vs West Brom
Burnley vs Norwich
Bristol Rovers/Coventry vs Birmingham
Manchester City vs Fulham
Rochdale/Newcastle vs Oxford United
Portsmouth vs Barnsley
Bristol City/Shrewsbury vs Liverpool