FA Cup 4th round TV games revealed with mouth-watering Man City vs Arsenal clash on Friday night | The Sun
13th January 2023

ARSENAL’S trip to Manchester City will kick-off live TV coverage of the FA Cup fourth round.

The match-up between the Prem’s top two is the highlight tie of the round and will be screened by ITV with an 8pm start on Friday January 27.


Arsenal’s North London neighbours Spurs feature in the first of the two BBC live ties, with their match at Preston a 6pm kick-off the following day.

The other live game on Saturday January 28 is Manchester United’s home clash with former midfield ace Paul Ince’s Reading, an 8pm start shown on ITV4 and streaming service ITVX.

ITV’s third match will see Brighton at home to the winners of the replay between Wolves and Liverpool, with a 1.30pm kick-off on Sunday January 29.

And the Beeb complete their choices with non-league Wrexham – owned by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney – against Derby at 4.30pm and then West Ham’s visit to Derby on ITV4 and streaming from 7.45pm on Monday January 30.

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The remaining ten ties' kick-off times are yet to be confirmed.

Confirmed further ties include Southampton vs Blackpool, Ipswich vs Burnley, Derby vs West Ham and Stoke vs Stevenage.

Walsall will also host Leicester, Fulham will welcome Sunderland and Fleetwood will travel to Sheffield Wednesday.

Other ties remain subject to replays.

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Blackburn will take on Forest Green or Birmingham City.

Bristol City or Swansea City have drawn Chesterfield or West Brom.

Underdogs Boreham Wood or League One Accrington Stanley will be at home to the winner of Cardiff and Leeds' replay.

TV SCHEDULE IN FULL

Friday 27 January

Man City vs Arsenal, 8pm ITV1

Saturday 28 January

Preston vs Tottenham, 6pm BBC One

Manchester United vs Reading 8pm ITV4

Sunday 29 January

Brighton vs Liverpool/Wolves, 1:30pm ITV1

Wrexham vs Sheffield United, 4:30pm BBC One

Monday 30 January

Derby vs West Ham, 7:45pm ITV4

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