Manchester United will continue the defence of their FA Cup with a
fourth-round tie at home to Wigan while Arsenal face a tricky trip to either
Norwich or Southampton.
Premier League sides were largely kept apart in the draw but Manchester
City, who beat West Ham 5-0 at the London Stadium in the third round, could
face top-flight opposition again as they were pitted away to the winners of
the replay between Crystal Palace and Bolton.
Liverpool will host Wolves at Anfield if they can overcome Plymouth in their
replay, while Chelsea will also enjoy home advantage again after being
handed a west London derby against Sky Bet Championship side Brentford.
Premier League champions Leicester also face an away trip to Steve
McClaren's Derby County while Burnley or Sunderland will play Fleetwood or
Tottenham, who beat Aston Villa 2-0 on Sunday, were drawn at home again
against Sky Bet League Two side Wycombe Wanderers.
Middlesbrough have been handed a home tie against League Two side Accrington
Stanley, while Hull travel to Fulham and Watford will make the trip to
Non-league sides Sutton United and Lincoln will both have home advantage
provided they win their third-round replays against Wimbledon and Ipswich
Sutton will welcome Leeds to Gander Green Lane if they see off the Dons at
the second attempt, while Lincoln's reward would be a home clash with
Championship promotion chasers Brighton.
The ties will be played from January 27 to 30.
Full FA Cup fourth round draw:
Crystal Palace or Bolton v Manchester City
Middlesbrough v Accrington Stanley
Fulham v Hull City
Blackburn v Barnsley or Blackpool
Burnley or Sunderland v Fleetwood or Bristol City
Rochdale v Huddersfield Town
Millwall v Watford
Manchester United v Wigan Athletic
Chelsea v Brentford
Lincoln or Ipswich v Brighton
Southampton or Norwich v Arsenal
Plymouth or Liverpool v Wolves
AFC Wimbledon or Sutton Utd v Leeds
Oxford United v Newcastle or Birmingham
Derby v Leicester City
Tottenham v Wycombe