The FA Cup will resume this week when the final fourth round games are played.

National League North side Chorley lost 1-0 to Wolves on Friday night, while League Two Cheltenham came so close to giants Manchester City on Saturday.

The fourth round of the FA Cup is the focus this weekend

Manchester United beat Liverpool in a thriller on Sunday.

The Wycombe Wanderers face Tottenham and Crawley Town versus Bournemouth in their last two meetings.

Here is the full schedule for the coming days as well as the draw for the fifth round that has already been held …

FA Cup fourth round 2020/21

Friday January 22nd

Saturday 23 January

  • Southampton 1-0 Arsenal
  • Swansea 5-1 Nottingham Forest
  • Barnsley 1-0 Norwich
  • Millwall 0-3 Bristol City
  • Brighton 2-1 Blackpool
  • Sheffield United 2-1 Plymouth
  • West Ham 4-0 Doncaster
  • Cheltenham 1-3 Manchester City

Sunday January 24th

  • Chelsea 3-1 Luton
  • Fulham 0-3 Burnley
  • Brentford 1-3 Leicester
  • Manchester United 3-2 Liverpool
  • Everton 3-0 Sheffield Wednesday

Monday January 25th

  • Wycombe Wanderers v Tottenham, 7:45 p.m. – LIVE on talkSPORT

Tuesday, January 26th

  • Bournemouth v Crawley Town, 7pm

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Cheltenham gave Man City an almighty scare in the fourth round of the FA Cup

FA Cup fifth round 2020/21

Ties to be played on or around Wednesday February 10th

  • Burnley versus Bournemouth / Crawley Town
  • Manchester United versus West Ham
  • Sheffield United v Bristol City
  • Wolves versus Southampton
  • Barnsley versus Chelsea
  • Everton v Wycombe Wanderers / Tottenham
  • Swansea versus Manchester City
  • Leicester versus Brighton

FA Cup rules for the 2020/21 season

The clubs can name nine players on their bench and use a maximum of five substitutes.

Teams can only use three opportunities to build submarines during normal time.

Submarines that are not in use can be transferred to the extension, where the teams can then also make an additional change.

There will be no repetitions in the tournament this season, but overtime will remain. The ties will not go straight to penalties like in the Carabao Cup this season.

VAR is only used in eight of the 16 fourth round games – in the Premier League stadium games.