BBC Football and BT Sport have picked seven games to broadcast live to fans across the final weekend of January
Arsenal’s trip to Manchester United is the biggest clash in the FA Cup fourth round and has duly been placed on television.
The Gunners’ trip to Old Trafford has been moved to Friday, January 25 and will be shown live on BBC One.
Reigning cup holders Chelsea’s clash against either Luton Town or Sheffield Wednesday is also live, as is the London derby between Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace.
There will be three games shown live on the BBC on a massive weekend of action, beginning on Friday, January 25.
The games live on the BBC are:
- Friday, January 25 – Arsenal vs Manchester United (7.55pm, BBC ONE)
- Saturday, January 26 – Millwall vs Everton (5.30pm, BBC ONE)
- Sunday, January 27 – Chelsea vs Sheffield Wednesday or Luton (6pm, BBC ONE)
Which games are on BT Sport?
Available to BT Sport subscribers, there are also four games on the platform over fourth round weekend.
If you’re a BT Sport customer, you can also stream all the action on your mobile, tablet or laptop by downloading the official app.
The matches selected for broadcast are:
- Saturday, January 26 – Accrington Stanley vs Derby or Southampton (12.30pm, BT Sport 2)
- Saturday, January 26 – AFC Wimbledon vs West Ham (7.45pm, BT Sport 2)
- Sunday, January 27 – Crystal Palace vs Tottenham (4pm, BT Sport 2)
- Monday, January 28 – Barnet vs Brentford (7.45pm, BT Sport 2)
Who else is in the FA Cup 4th round draw?
- Swansea vs Gillingham
- AFC Wimbledon vs West Ham
- Shrewsbury or Stoke vs Wolves
- Millwall vs Everton
- Brighton vs West Brom
- Bristol City vs Bolton
- Accrington vs Derby or Southampton
- Doncaster vs Oldham
- Chelsea vs Sheffield Wednesday or Luton
- Newcastle or Blackburn vs Watford
- Middlesbrough vs Newport
- Manchester City vs Burnley
- Barnet vs Brentford
- Portsmouth vs QPR
- Arsenal vs Manchester United
- Crystal Palace vs Tottenhame