Man United face Cambridge and the rest of the FA Cup's fourth round draw

The Us are the lowest ranked side remaining in the competition.

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THE DRAW FOR the fourth round of the FA Cup kept the big guns of the Premier League apart.

The lowest ranked side remaining in the competition, League Two’s Cambridge United, will host Manchester United in a tie that will do nothing to stem the flow of broadcasters using the phrase ‘magic of the Cup’.

Leaders of the Premier League Chelsea will host either Millwall or Bradford and Manchester City will be at home to Middlesbrough.

Liverpool will also enjoy a home draw, after beating AFC Wimbledon for the right to host Bolton, while Arsenal will travel to meet Brighton and Hove Albion.

The FA Cup fourth round draw:

Southampton /Ipswich v Crystal Palace

Cambridge United v Manchester United

Blackburn Rovers v Swansea

Chelsea v Millwall/Bradford

Derby v Scunthorpe / Chesterfield

Preston v Sheffield United

Birmingham City v West Brom

Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth

Cardiff City v Reading

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Liverpool v Bolton

Burnley/ Spurs v Leicester City

Brighton and Hove Albion v Arsenal

Rochdale v Stoke City

Sunderland v Fulham / Wolves

Doncaster / Bristol City v Everton / West Ham

Manchester City v Middlesborough

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