FA Cup 4th round draw: What time does it start and how can I watch it?

The draws for the 4th and 5th rounds of the FA Cup will be held on Monday night

Andrew Gamble
Monday 11 January 2021 17:15
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Crystal Palace's classic FA Cup goals

The third round of the FA Cup saw Premier League and Championship clubs enter the fray and fans were treated to some classic upsets immediately.  

Aston Villa’s young side – standing in for their Covid-stricken teammates – put in a valiant effort against Liverpool but they were ultimately swept aside, losing 4-1 at Villa Park on Friday night while Wolves topped Crystal Palace.

The magic of the cup truly came alive on Saturday in the early kick-offs when Chorley defeated Derby 2-0 at home. The win was a remarkable result for the non-league club, who took the scalp of the Championship side in style.  

It was business as usual for the remaining early games, although Everton needed extra time to defeat Rotherham United with Abdoulaye Doucoure scoring the winning goal early in the added period.  Luton Town edged to victory over Reading while Norwich defeated Coventry and Milwall defeated non-league club Boreham Wood.  In a clash between two struggling Championship sides, Nottingham Forest defeated Cardiff City by a goal to nil to move into the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Later in the afternoon, Burnley survived a penalty shootout scare against MK Dons, while Fulham required extra-time to defeat west London rivals QPR. There was finally relief for Sheffield United, too, who ended their miserable winless run with a frantic 3-2 victory over Bristol Rovers. Arsenal required extra-time to defeat Newcastle as Emile Smith Rowe proved his promise once again while Scott McTominay celebrated taking the Manchester United armband by scoring the winner against Watford.

Here is everything you need to know about the fourth round draw:

When is the draw?

The draws for the fourth and fifth round of the FA Cup will take place from 7:10pm GMT on Monday.

How can I watch?

The draws will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 and BBC One, where coverage will begin from 7pm GMT.  

When will the ties be played?

Fourth-round matches are scheduled to take place over the weekend of 23-24 January, with fifth-round ties set for midweek in the week beginning Monday 8 February.  

Third round results so far…

Boreham Wood 0-2 Millwall

Everton 2-1 Rotherham

Luton 1-0 Reading

Norwich 2-0 Coventry


Nottingham Forest 1-0 Cardiff

Chorley 2-0 Derby

Blackburn 0-1 Doncaster

Blackpool p2-2 West Brom

Bristol Rovers 2-3 Sheffield United

Burnley p1-1 MK Dons

Exeter 0-2 Sheffield Wednesday

Oldham 4-1 Bournemouth

QPR 0-2 Fulham

Stevenage 0-2 Swansea

Stoke 0-4 Leicester

Wycombe 4-1 Preston North End

Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle

Brentford 2-1 Middlesbrough

Huddersfield 2-3 Plymouth

Manchester United 1-0 Watford

Barnsley 2-0 Tranmere

Bristol City 2-1 Portsmouth

Chelsea 4-0 Morecambe

Cheltenham 2-1 Mansfield

Crawley 3-0 Leeds

Man City 3-0 Birmingham

Marine 0-5 Tottenham

Newport 1-1 Brighton (3-4 pens)

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