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The full 2019/20 FA Cup Fourth Round draw

The draw included Reading FC and was made live on BBC One

The full 2019/20 FA Cup Fourth Round draw

The Emirates FA Cup has reached the last 32 stage following Arsenal’s 1-0 win over Leeds United on Monday night.

Prior to the match at the Emirates Stadium, the FA Cup Fourth Round draw was made live on BBC One with David O’Leary and Alex Scott presiding.

Following the Third Round fixtures over the weekend, there were no non league sides left after Hartlepool United and AFC Fylde fell but in the spirit of backing the underdog, there was one EFL League Two side drawn out in Carlisle United, though they face a Third Round replay against Cardiff City before taking their place.

If Carlisle do get through the replay, they will face a trip to either Blackpool or Berkshire, depending on the outcome of the replay after Reading drew 2-2 with the Tangerines.

The FA Cup Fourth Round draw in full:

  1. Watford or Tranmere vs Wolverhampton Wanderers or Manchester United
  2. Hull City vs Chelsea
  3. Southampton vs Middlesbrough or Tottenham Hotspur
  4. QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday
  5. Bournemouth vs Arsenal or Leeds United
  6. Northampton Town vs Derby County
  7. Brentford vs Leicester City
  8. Millwall vs Sheffield United
  9. Reading or Blackpool vs Cardiff City or Carlisle United
  10. West Ham United vs West Bromwich Albion
  11. Burnley vs Norwich City
  12. Bristol Rovers or Coventry City vs Birmingham City
  13. Manchester City vs Fulham
  14. Rochdale vs Newcastle United vs Oxford United
  15. Portsmouth vs Barnsley
  16. Bristol City or Shrewsbury vs Liverpool

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

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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