Premier League and Championship clubs will begin their FA Cup campaigns this weekend as the third round kicks off with Manchester City’s trip to Swindon on Friday night.
Four non-league clubs have made it this far, with National League leaders Chesterfield travelling to European champions Chelsea in perhaps the pick of the ties.
Kidderminster Harriers are the lowest-ranked team left in the competition and welcome Reading, while Yeovil entertain Bournemouth and AFC Wimbledon travel to Boreham Wood.
There are three all-Premier League ties — West Ham host Leeds, Watford visit holders Leicester and Steven Gerrard takes his Aston Villa side to Old Trafford.
18+ only. New members only. £10 min deposit & bet on sportsbook, placed & settled at 1.5 min odds within 14 days of sign-up. Win part of E/W bets. 2 non-withdrawable £10 Free Bet Tokens: accept in 7 days, valid for 7 days from crediting (ex. E/Ws & Multiples), stakes not returned. Full T&Cs apply. Bet Responsibly. BeGambleAware.org.
18+ only • Min deposit £/€/$10 • A qualifying bet is a ‘real money’ stake of at least £/€/$10 • Min odds 1/2 (1.50) • Free Bets credited upon qualifying bet settlement and expire after 7 days • Free Bet stakes not included in returns • Casino Bonus must be claimed within 7 days • To withdraw bonus/related wins, wager the bonus amount 40 times within 14 days • Casino Bonus expires after 60 days • Withdrawal restrictions, payment methods, country & Full T&C’s apply • BeGambleAware
When is the FA Cup fourth round draw?
The FA Cup fourth round draw will be shown live on ITV1 ahead of Arsenal’s trip to Nottingham Forest on Sunday, January 9.
The draw will be conducted by FA Cup winners David James and Leah Williamson from Wembley Stadium at approximately 4.50pm UK time.
The fourth round ties will take place across the weekend of February 5, with subsequent rounds in March (fifth round, quarter-finals), April (semi-finals) and May (final).
FA Cup fixtures
Friday, January 7
- Swindon Town vs Manchester City (8pm)
Saturday, January 8
- Mansfield Town vs Middlesbrough (12.15pm)
- Bristol City vs Fulham (12.30pm)
- Burnley vs Huddersfield Town (12.30pm)
- Coventry City vs Derby County (12.30pm)
- Hartlepool United vs Blackpool (12.30pm)
- Millwall vs Crystal Palace (12.45pm)
- Barnsley vs Ipswich Town or Barrow (3pm)
- Boreham Wood vs AFC Wimbledon (3pm)
- Kidderminster Harriers vs Reading (3pm)
- Leicester City vs Watford (3pm)
- Newcastle United vs Cambridge United (3pm)
- Peterborough United vs Bristol Rovers (3pm)
- Port Vale vs Brentford (3pm)
- Queens Park Rangers vs Rotherham United (3pm)
- West Bromwich Albion vs Brighton & Hove Albion (3pm)
- Wigan Athletic vs Blackburn Rovers (3pm)
- Birmingham City vs Plymouth Argyle (5.30pm)
- Chelsea vs Chesterfield (5.30pm)
- Hull City vs Everton (5.30pm)
- Swansea City vs Southampton (5.30pm)
- Yeovil Town vs AFC Bournemouth (5.45pm)
Sunday, January 9
- Luton Town vs Harrogate Town (12:30pm)
- Cardiff City vs Preston North End (2pm)
- Charlton Athletic vs Norwich City (2pm)
- Liverpool vs Shrewsbury Town (2pm)
- Stoke City vs Leyton Orient (2pm)
- Tottenham Hotspur vs Morecambe (2pm)
- Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Sheffield United (2pm)
- West Ham United vs Leeds United (2pm)
- Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal (5.10pm)
Monday, January 10
- Manchester United vs Aston Villa (7.55pm)
Fourth round ties will appear here following the conclusion of the draw on Sunday.