GET set for a bumper weekend of FA Cup action as the world’s oldest cup competition welcomes the big boys.
Championship and Premier League clubs join the party this week, with Leicester City looking to defend the title they won at Wembley last May.
Leicester currently hold the FA Cup after beating Chelsea last MayCredit: PA
And all sides will be looking to book their place in the fourth round, with ties set to be played between Friday, February 4 and Sunday, February 6.
When is FA Cup fourth round draw?
- This year’s FA Cup fourth round draw will take place on Sunday, January 9.
- It will be made after West Ham face Leeds at the London Stadium.
- Kick-off in that game is at 2pm, so expect the draw around 4.30pm.
- David James and Leah Williamson will be on hand to draw the ties.
This season there are NO replays at this stage of the competition, so there will be 35 teams in the hat for the draw.
After the draw is made, there will be two more ties to complete – Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal on Sunday evening and Man Utd vs Aston Villa on Monday.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
You can catch the draw live on free-to-air TV in the UK.
It will be shown between ITV’s two matches on Sunday afternoon.
Tune into either ITV1 or head to the ITV Player to stream.
Matches being shown on TV this weekend include:
- Swindon Town v Manchester City – Friday, 8pm (ITV1, ITV Hub)
- Millwall v Crystal Palace – Saturday, 12.45pm (ITV, ITV Hub)
- Hull City v Everton – Saturday, 5.30pm (BBC ONE, BBC iPlayer)
- Swansea City v Southampton – Saturday, 5.30pm (BBC ONE Wales, BBC iPlayer)
- Chelsea v Chesterfield – Saturday, 5.30pm (BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer)
- Yeovil Town v Bournemouth – Saturday, 5.30pm (BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer)
- Cardiff City v Preston – Sunday, 2pm (S4C, BBC iPlayer)
- West Ham v Leeds United – Sunday, 2.15pm (ITV1, ITV Hub)
- Nottingham Forest v Arsenal – Sunday, 5.15pm (ITV1, ITV Hub)