The Fourth Round of the 2016/17 FA Cup gets under way tonight with Leicester City’s visit to Derby County.
The match – live from Pride Park – is the first of six matches to be shown live on TV over the weekend.
The Foxes have won nine of the last 10 meetings between the sides, although the most recent match took place back in January 2014.
Derby manager Steve McClaren is currently in his second spell with the Rams, having left the club in 2015 to take charge of Newcastle United in what proved to be an ill-fated move for the former England boss.
This will be their first meeting in the FA Cup since 1909, when Leicester lost 2-0 at home.
Coverage starts at 7.30pm on BBC One and BBC One HD with live streaming on the BBC Sport website. Kick-off 7.55pm
FA Cup Fourth Round TV Schedule
Friday 27th January 2017
Derby v Leicester
BBC One, 7.55pm
Saturday 28th January 2017
Liverpool v Wolves
BT Sport 2, 12.30pm
Southampton v Arsenal
BT Sport 2, 5.30pm
Sunday 29th January 2017
Millwall v Watford
BBC One, 12.00pm
Sutton United v Leeds United
BT Sport 2, BT Sport Showcase, 2.00pm
Manchester United v Wigan Athletic
BBC One, 4.00pm
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