FA Cup fourth round matches selected for television
Winners of replay between Manchester United and West Ham to be on TV
Manchester United or West Ham will be among those whose FA Cup fourth round fixture is featured live on television.
The winners of the replay are due to face either Fulham or Blackpool. The match will be shown live on ESPN at 5.30pm on Saturday 26 January.
Earlier in the day Crystal Palace or Stoke City v Manchester City will be shown on ITV at 12.45pm.
The other matches selected by ESPN are Brentford or Southend v Chelsea (Midday Sunday 27 January) and Birmingham or Leeds v Tottenham (2pm Sunday 27 January).
ITV have announced they will televise Oldham Athletic v Liverpool at 4pm Sunday 27 January.
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