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Derby's Irish contingent set to face Man United in FA Cup 4th round

Meanwhile, Liverpool will play West Ham if they can win their replay with Exeter.

Ireland international Richard Keogh could feature as Derby host Man United.
Ireland international Richard Keogh could feature as Derby host Man United.
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RICHARD KEOGH AND the Irish contingent at Derby are set for a stern test in the FA Cup fourth round, as they were paired with Manchester United in this evening’s draw.

Keogh, Jeff Hendrick, Cyrus Christie and Alex Pearce could all feature, as the Rams host Louis van Gaal’s side.

Meanwhile, if Liverpool can get past a replay with Exeter, they will play an all-Premier League tie with West Ham.

Man City are set for a trip to the winner of the Aston Villa-Wycombe replay, while Arsenal will host Burnley and Chelsea will travel to either Northampton or MK Dons.

The ties will be played on the weekend of the 30-31 January.

Check out the FA Cup 4th round draw in full below.

West Brom or Bristol City v Peterborough United

Eastleigh or Bolton v Leeds United

Arsenal v Burnley

Derby County v Manchester United

Huddersfield Town or Reading v Walsall

Exeter City or Liverpool v West Ham

Wycombe Wanderers or Aston Villa v Manchester City

Shrewsbury Town v Sheffield Wednesday

Nottingham Forest v Watford

Carlisle United or Yeovil v Everton

Crystal Palace v Stoke City

Oxford United v Newport County or Blackburn Rovers

Ipswich Town or Portsmouth v Bournemouth

Colchester United v Tottenham or Leicester City

Bury or Bradford City v Hull City

Northampton Town or MK Dons v Chelsea

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