FA Cup fourth round draw: Non-league Kidderminster to host West Ham, Chelsea face Plymouth

Chelsea will host Plymouth, Liverpool will take on Cardiff, while Manchester City have been drawn against Championship title contenders Fulham

Jamie Braidwood
Sunday 09 January 2022 20:02
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<p>Kidderminster beat Reading in the FA Cup third round (Bradley Collyer/PA)</p>

Kidderminster beat Reading in the FA Cup third round (Bradley Collyer/PA)

Non-league Kidderminster were handed a dream home tie against West Ham of the Premier League in the draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Kidderminster, the lowest ranked side remaining in the competition, defeated Reading in the third round on Saturday while West Ham beat Leeds.

Boreham Wood, the other non-league team in the draw, will face Championship leaders Bournemouth away from home, while Chelsea will play League One side Plymouth at Stamford Bridge after they knocked out Chesterfield.

Liverpool face Cardiff, Manchester City will play Fulham, while the winners of Manchester United and Aston Villa’s match on Monday will host Middlesbrough.

Cambridge United, who knocked out Newcastle at St James’ Park, were drawn at home to Luton Town. Nottingham Forest’s reward for knocking out Arsenal will be a home tie against holders Leicester.

Tottenham vs Brighton, Everton vs Brentford and Wolves vs Norwich were the three all-Premier League ties.

FA Cup fourth-round draw

Crystal Palace v Hartlepool United

Bournemouth v Boreham Wood

Huddersfield Town v Barnsley

Peterborough United v Queens Park Rangers

Cambridge United v Luton Town

Southampton v Coventry City

Chelsea v Plymouth Argyle

Everton v Brentford

Kidderminster Harriers v West Ham United

Manchester United/Aston Villa v Middlesbrough

Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton & Hove Albion

Liverpool v Cardiff City

Stoke City v Wigan Athletic

Nottingham Forest v Leicester City

Manchester City v Fulham

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Norwich City

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