FA Cup 2017/18 – Fourth Round Draw – Live on BBC, BT Sport

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FA CUP 2017-18 - BBC Sport

The fourth-round draw of FA Cup 2017/18 takes place tonight – live on BT Sport and BBC Two.

The draw – hosted by BT’s Jake Humphrey – will be conducted around 7.10pm, ahead of the final third round tie between Brighton & Hove Albion and Crystal Palace.

Viewers will be able to watch the draw live on both BBC Two and BT Sport.

Mark Chapman will front the BBC’s coverage from 7pm, while Jake steers viewers through the draw and Brighton v Palace from 7pm on BT Sport 2.

Below are the ball numbers. Fourth round ties will take place across the weekend of 26-29 January 2018.

UPDATE: Fourth Round draw

Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion

Peterborough United v Fleetwood Town or Leicester City

Huddersfield Town v Birmingham City

Notts County v Wolves or Swansea City

Yeovil Town v Manchester United

Carlise United or Sheffield Wednesday v Stevenage or Reading

Cardiff City or Mansfield Town v Manchester City

MK Dons v Coventry City

Millwall v Rochdale

Southampton v Watford

Middlesbrough v Brighton or Crystal Palace

Bournemouth or Wigan v Shrewsbury or West Ham United

Hull City v Nottingham Forest

Newport County v Tottenham

Norwich City or Chelsea v Newcastle United

Sheffield United v Preston North End

Posted on Monday 8 January 2018
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