Man City could face Arsenal in mouth-watering FA Cup fourth round tie, Stevenage go to Stoke, while non-league Boreham Wood may get Premier League side

    Premier League frontrunners Manchester City and Arsenal could be set for a mouth-watering FA Cup fourth round showdown.

    City’s thrashing of Chelsea means they will take on the Gunners at the Etihad Stadium later this month, should Arsenal get past League One Oxford United on Monday night, live on talkSPORT.

    The master and apprentice could meet again in the FA Cup

    The master and apprentice could meet again in the FA Cup

    The fourth round draw threw up some intriguing potential ties with defending champions Liverpool to travel to Brighton if they get the better of Wolves in their replay.

    Tottenham will take on Championship side Preston at Deepdale, while Manchester United have been given a home tie against Reading.

    League Two Stevenage’s reward for their stunning 2-1 win at Aston Villa is a trip to Championship side Stoke.

    Should National League Boreham Wood beat Accrington Stanley they could be set for a home clash against Leeds, who battled to a 2-2 draw at Cardiff on Sunday.

    Elsewhere, Wrexham, who won 4-3 at Championship outfit Coventry in a thrilling tie, will entertain Sheffield United.

    Below you can see the FA Cup fourth round draw in full. Ties to be played from Friday January 27 – Monday January 30.

    Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties in last season’s final

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    Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties in last season’s final

    FA Cup fourth round draw

    Ties to be played between January 27-30

    Preston North End vs Tottenham

    Southampton vs Blackpool

    Wrexham vs Sheffield United

    Ipswich Town vs Burnley

    Manchester United vs Reading

    Luton or Wigan vs Grimsby Town

    Derby County vs West Ham

    Stoke City vs Stevenage

    Blackburn Rovers vs Forest Green/Birmingham City

    Walsall vs Leicester City

    Sheffield Wednesday vs Fleetwood Town

    Manchester City vs Oxford United/Arsenal

    Bristol City/Swansea vs Chesterfield/West Brom

    Brighton vs Liverpool/Wolves

    Fulham vs Sunderland

    Boreham Wood/Accrington Stanley vs Cardiff/Leeds

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