The FA Cup returns for another round of action this weekend. Each game can be viewed on TV or online in the UK.
Eight round four games will be broadcast live on either BBC One or BT Sport 1, including the Manchester United game against Liverpool on Sunday and Tottenham’s trip to Wycombe Wanderers on Monday.
Another eight games, including seven on Saturday at 3 p.m., will be shown on the digital platforms or Red Button services of BBC or BT Sport.
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How to watch every game of the fourth round of the FA Cup
Friday January 22nd
- Chorley v Wolverhampton Wanderers (kick-off 7.45pm GMT) – BT Sport 1
Saturday 23 January
- Southampton v Arsenal (12.15pm) – BT Sport 1
- Sheffield United v Plymouth Argyle (3pm) – BBC Digital Platforms
- West Ham United v Doncaster Rovers (3pm) – BBC Digital Platforms
- AFC Bournemouth v Crawley Town (3pm) – BT Sport Extra 2
- Brighton & Hove Albion v Blackpool (3pm) – BT Sport Extra 3
- Swansea City v Nottingham Forest (3pm) – BT Sport Extra 4
- Barnsley v Norwich City (3pm) – BT Sport Extra 5
- Millwall v Bristol City (3pm) – BT Sport Extra 6
- Cheltenham Town v Manchester City (5:30 p.m.) – BBC One
Sunday January 24th
- Chelsea v Luton Town (12pm) – BBC One
- Brentford v Leicester City (2:30 p.m.) – BT Sport 1
- Fulham v Burnley (2:30 p.m.) – BT Sport Extra 2
- Manchester United v Liverpool (5pm) – BBC One
- Everton v Sheffield Wednesday (8pm) – BT Sport 1
Monday January 25th
- Wycombe Wanderers v Tottenham Hotspur (7.45pm) – BT Sport 1
Man Utd drew 0-0 with Liverpool in early January in Anfield (Photo: REUTERS)
Selection of BBC games
At least one Premier League team will be represented in all five games that the BBC will show. To wrap up coverage over the weekend, Liverpool will face Manchester United a week after the 0-0 final at Anfield.
There will be intrigue over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s and Jurgen Klopp’s lineups as both sides are back in action mid-week, while the BBC will be hoping the meeting can attract a large audience after Sky Sports announces the draw between the two sides announced on Sunday a record average of 4.5 million viewers tune in – Sky’s largest audience for an event exclusively on the channel.
That Premier League draw aside, the club dreams of an FA Cup upset at the BBC in Cheltenham Town. The League Two team welcomes Manchester City on Saturday.
Cheltenham is in the fourth round for the first time since 2006. Five years after their promotion to the second division, Michael Duff’s team welcomes City to Jonny Rocks Stadium and knows a number of stars will be on display as Pep Guardiola has tended to field strong teams in the FA Cup.
Kevin De Bruyne, Rodri and Kyle Walker were among the starters in the preliminary round in Birmingham City, and Cheltenham is expecting some big names in the City line-up on Saturday.
The FA Cup on BT Sport
BT will show 11 of the 16 games of the fourth round with five games at BT Sport 1, and the two standout games are arguably the links that open and close the cup action over the weekend.
On Friday, the non-league Chorley host Premier League club Wolves two weeks after the National League North defeated Derby 2-0 in the third round.
Alfie Devine made a record debut for Spurs against Marine (Picture: PA)
On Monday, the Wycombe Wanderers welcome Tottenham to Adams Park, 20 years after the club’s remarkable and anticipated run to the FA Cup semi-finals.
Spurs’ only encounter with Wycombe was an exciting 4-3 win at White Hart Lane in 2017. Dele Alli and Son Heung-Min scored a goal in the final minutes to break a 3-2 deficit and theirs To help crew avoid a huge surprise.
Draw for the fifth round: Already done
Since the draw for the fifth round will take place at the same time as the draw for the fourth round, the clubs already know the possibilities that await them next month.
Will be played on February 9th, 10th and 11th
- Fulham / Burnley versus Bournemouth / Crawley Town
- Manchester United / Liverpool v West Ham / Doncaster
- Sheffield United / Plymouth v Millwall / Bristol City
- Chorley / Wolves versus Southampton / Arsenal
- Barnsley / Norwich v Chelsea / Luton Town
- Everton / Sheffield Wednesday v Wycombe / Tottenham
- Swansea City / Nottingham Forest v Cheltenham Town / Manchester City
- Brentford / Leicester v Brighton / Blackpool