Watford v Newcastle West Brom v Bristol City West Ham v Wolves Salford City/ Hartlepool v Derby Exeter v Liverpool Tottenham v Leicester Colchester United v Charlton Peterborough v Preston Northampton Town v MK Dons Arsenal v Sunderland Newport County v Blackburn Rovers Ipswich Town v Portsmouth Birmingham City v Bournemouth Wycombe Wanderers v Aston Villa Sheff Wednesday v Fulham Oxford United v Swansea City Brentford v Chesterfield Walsall Bury v Bradford City Manchester United v Sheff United Everton v Daggenham and Redbrigde / Whitehawk Southampton v Crystal Palace Eastleigh v Bolton Notts Forest v QPR Carlisle United v Yeovil Chelsea v Leyton Orient/ Scunthorpe Doncaster Rovers v Stoke Leeds v Rotherham Cardiff v Grimsby/Shrewsbury Huddersfield v Reading Middlesbrough v Burnley Norwich v Man City Hull v Brighton
Manchester United's opponent for the forth round of the Emirates FA Cup willbe reverted on Monday evening the draw will be made. Louis van Gaal!s side booked their place in the hat as a last-gasp Wayne Rooney penalty defeated Sheffield United 1-0 at Old Trafford. The reds will be joined by the likes of Manchester City and holders Arsenal who both won 3-0 and 3-1 respectively on Sunday. United, who drew league two side Cambridge on the forth round last season, could also face rivals liverpool but they must first get past a deternined Exter City in their third-round replay. The biggest shock of the third round came at the kassam stadium where league two side oxford United, manage by former Reds Michael Appleton, beat swansea City 3-2 Else where chelsea eased to victory over Mark Robins' Scunthorpe United at stanford Bridge, While a late Harry kane penalty earned Totenham Hotspur a replay against Leicester City. The fourth-roynd proper will take place across the weekend of Friday 29 january to Monday 1 February.
West Brom/Bristol City vs Peterborough United Eastleigh/Bolton vs Leeds United Arsenal vs Burnley Derby vs Manchester United Huddersfield/Reading vs Walsall Exeter/Liverpool vs West Ham Wycombe/Aston Villa vs Manchester City Shrewsbury vs Sheffield Wednesday Nottingham Forest vs Watford Carlisle/Yeovil vs Everton Crystal Palace vs Stoke City Oxford United vs Newport/Blackburn Ipswich/Portsmouth vs AFC Bournemouth Colchester vs Tottenham/Leicester Bury/Bradford vs Hull Northampton/MK Dons vs Chelsea
Nothing really tasty at all there, Liverpool(if they go through)/West Ham could be the best of the lot.