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When the 2019/20 FA Cup Fourth Round draw will take place

The Fourth Round draw includes Reading FC in the last 32
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Monday night football see’s one more Emirates FA Cup Third Round tie to be played as Arsenal host Leeds United at home but before that, the Fourth Round draw will have already taken place.

There are no one non league sides left in competition this season (boooo!) after Vanarama National League AFC Fylde were beaten 2-1 at Sheffield United on Sunday while Hartlepool United fell to Oxford United on Saturday.

Berkshire does have a representative though but Reading FC will need to get through their replay at Blackpool a week on Tuesday to progress.

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The Football Association have confirmed in a press release that the Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round Proper draw will take place from 7.35pm on Monday 6 January on BBC One and BBC iPlayer where it will be conducted by David O’Leary and Alex Scott live from Emirates Stadium.

The Fourth Round Proper is scheduled for the weekend of Saturday 25 January with winning clubs collecting £180,000 from The FA prize fund.

Reading are ball number 20 in the draw.

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