Arsenal, United to clash in FA Cup

09 January 2019 | Sports

The FA Cup's two most successful sides will meet in the fourth round, with Arsenal hosting Manchester United.

Premier League champions Manchester City are at home to Burnley, while Tottenham face a tough trip to Crystal Palace.

Holders Chelsea have an easier task with Sheffield Wednesday or Luton to travel to Stamford Bridge.

Wolves' reward for beating Liverpool 2-1 on Monday is a trip to either Shrewsbury or Stoke.

The ties will be played between 25 and 28 January.

The full draw is as follows:

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 Tottenham

NAMPA/AFP

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