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Manchester United will play host to bitter rivals Liverpool in what promises to be an enthralling FA Cup fourth round clash between the Premier League’s top two teams at Old Trafford.
The draws for the fourth and fifth rounds took place prior to Stockport County’s tie with West Ham on Monday evening and teams up and down English football’s pyramid learned their fate for the next stage.
Holders Arsenal – the most successful team in the history of the competition – will travel to either Southampton or Shrewsbury Town, while Chelsea entertain Championship club Luton and Tottenham have a trip to Wycombe Wanderers to look forward to in two weeks’ time.
Elsewhere, non-league Chorley Town face Wolves at Molineux and Cheltenham Town travel to the Eithad to do battle with Manchester City.
The fourth round fixtures are due to take place over the weekend of 23 January, while the fifth round games is scheduled to begin from Wednesday 10 February.
FA CUP FOURTH ROUND DRAW IN FULL
Cheltenham Town vs. Manchester City
Bournemouth vs. Crawley Town
Swansea City vs. Nottingham Forest
Manchester United vs. Liverpool
Southampton/Shrewsbury vs. Arsenal
Barnsley vs. Norwich
Chorley vs. Wolves
Millwall vs. Bristol City
Brighton vs. Blackpool
Wycombe vs. Tottenham
Fulham vs. Burnley
Sheffield United vs. Plymouth
Chelsea vs. Luton
Stockport/West Ham vs. Doncaster
Brentford vs. Leicester
Everton vs. Sheffield Wednesday
The winner of Manchester United’s tie with Liverpool will take on one of Stockport, West Ham or Doncaster in the fifth round.
Arsenal discovered they could be set for a London derby with Chelsea in the fifth round if they progress from their fourth round clash.
FA CUP FIFTH ROUND DRAW IN FULL
Fulham/Burnley vs. Bournemouth/Crawley
Manchester United/Liverpool vs. Stockport/West Ham/Doncaster
Sheffield United/Plymouth vs. Millwall/Bristol City
Chorley/Wolves vs. Southampton/Shrewsbury/Arsenal
Barnsley/Norwich vs. Chelsea/Luton
Everton/Sheffield Wednesday vs. Wycombe/Tottenham
Swansea/Nottingham Forest vs. Cheltenham/Manchester City
Brentford/Leicester City vs. Brighton/Blackpool.