Here's the FA Cup fourth round draw

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Demba Ba celebrates scoring on his Chelsea debut.
Demba Ba celebrates scoring on his Chelsea debut.
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FA CUP HOLDERS Chelsea have been rewarded for their 5-1 win over Southampton with a relatively favourable draw in the fourth round.

Demba Ba scored twice on his debut as Rafa Benitez’s team ran out comfortable winners at St Mary’s yesterday. They will take on either League One side Brentford or Southend of League Two, who drew 2-2 on Saturday.

Manchester United, who needed a superb Robin van Persie strike to rescue a draw with West Ham at the death, are down to play either Fulham or Blackpool if they can see off the Hammers in the replay.

After overcoming Watford by a 3-0 scoreline, Manchester City meet the winner of Crystal Palace and Stoke, while Tottenham take on Leeds or Birmingham.

Brighton defeated Newcastle for the second year running yesterday and are certain to play Premier League opposition again after drawing Swansea v Arsenal.

The Merseyside clubs are involved in the two third round games yet to be played with Liverpool facing Oldham if they can knock out Mansfield Town of the Conference today.

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Everton face Cheltenham Town tomorrow night and Bolton or Sunderland await the winner of that one.

Here’s a full list of the fixtures. The ties will be played over the weekend of 26/27 January:

  • Norwich v Luton Town
  • Oldham Athletic v Mansfield Town or Liverpool
  • Macclesfield Town v Wigan Athletic or AFC Bournemouth
  • Derby County v Blackburn Rovers
  • Hull or Leyton Orient v Barnsley
  • Middlesbrough v Aldershot Town
  • Millwall v Aston Villa
  • Leeds or Birmingham v Tottenham
  • Brighton Hove Albion v Swansea or Arsenal
  • Crystal Palace or Stoke v Manchester City
  • West Ham or Manchester United v Fulham or Blackpool
  • Southend or Brentford v Chelsea
  • Reading v Sheffield United
  • Huddersfield v Leicester City
  • QPR or West Brom v Sheffield Wednesday or MK Dons
  • Bolton or Sunderland v Cheltenham or Everton

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