FA Cup: Manchester United vs Liverpool date revealed alongside all fourth-round fixtures

Alex Pattle
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 (Liverpool FC via Getty Images)
(Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

The full fixture schedule for the fourth round of the FA Cup has been revealed, including broadcast details around all the games – among which Manchester United vs Liverpool is the standout clash.

The two rivals, currently first- and second-placed in the Premier League, will face off on Sunday 24 January at 5pm, with the meeting at Old Trafford set to air live on BBC One. The remaining fixtures in the round will be played on the same weekend.

United defeated Championship outfit Watford 1-0 in the third round, while Liverpool saw off an Aston Villa side comprising youth players 4-1 after a coronavirus outbreak at the club.

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In the fifth round, the winner of United vs Liverpool will play the victor from West Ham and Doncaster’s fourth-round tie.

Below is the FA Cup fourth-round schedule in full (all times GMT).

Friday 22 January

Chorley vs Wolves – 7.45pm – BT Sport 1

Saturday 23 January

Southampton/Shrewsbury vs Arsenal – 12.15pm – BT Sport 1

Bournemouth vs Crawley – 3pm – BT digital platforms

West Ham vs Doncaster – 3pm – BBC digital platforms

Sheffield United vs Plymouth Argyle – 3pm – BBC digital platforms

Brighton vs Blackpool – 3pm – BT digital platforms

Barnsley vs Norwich – 3pm – BT digital platforms

Millwall vs Bristol City – 3pm – BT digital platforms

Swansea vs Nottingham Forest – 3pm – BT digital platforms

Cheltenham vs Man City – 17.30pm – BBC One

Sunday 24 January

Chelsea vs Luton – 12pm – BBC One

Brentford vs Leicester – 2.30pm – BT Sport 1

Fulham vs Burnley – 2.30pm – BT Sport digital platforms

Man United vs Liverpool – 5pm – BBC One

Everton vs Sheffield Wednesday – 8pm – BT Sport 1

Monday 25 January

Wycombe Wanderers vs Tottenham – 7.45pm – BT Sport 1

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