FA Cup 2019/20 – Fourth Round Draw – Live TV Coverage on BBC

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The fourth round draw for FA Cup 2019/20 will take place on Monday evening (6th Jan), live on the BBC.

The draw will be made at the Emirates Stadium ahead of the third round tie between Arsenal and Leeds United which is live on BBC One and BBC One HD.

Former Arsenal and England defender Alex Scott joined by ex Arsenal star and Leeds United boss David O’Leary will conduct the draw.

The fourth round will have 16 ties and is scheduled for the weekend of Friday 24 to Monday 27 January.

UPDATE: The Draw

Watford or Tranmere v Wolves or Manchester United

Hull City v Chelsea

Southampton v Middlesbrough or Tottenham

Queens Park Rangers v Sheffield Wednesday

Bournemouth v Arsenal or Leeds

Northampton Town v Derby County

Brentford v Leicester City

Millwall v Sheffield United

Reading or Blackpool v Cardiff or Carlisle

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion

Burnley v Norwich City

Bristol Rovers or Coventry City v Birmingham City

Manchester City v Fulham

Rochdale or Newcastle United v Oxford United

Portsmouth v Barnsley

Bristol City or Shrewsbury v Liverpool

Posted on Monday 6 January 2020
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