The FA Cup is back with Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Leicester and Tottenham among the team’s still in contention to lift the prestigious trophy
It’s return is welcome too, with the Premier League campaign at its most one-sided in years as Jurgen Klopp’s side canter toward a triumph that, even at this early stage, seems certain.
As the tournament is still in its early stages there’s still potential for giant killings with League Two side Northampton Town among the side’s in the fourth round.
Seven of the sixteen fourth round ties are televised this weekend, three of which will be free to view on the BBC. FA Cup champions Manchester City and league leaders Liverpool are among the teams who will feature on terrestrial television this weeknd
Where can I watch the games?
BT Sport and BBC are sharing coverage of the FA Cup this season.
BBC will be showing three of the fourth round fixtures, while BT Sport will be showing four.
Games on the BBC can also be watched live via BBC iPlayer, while also BT Sport subscribers can watch the games on the channel’s app or via their online streaming platform.
Which games are on TV?
Friday, January 24
- Northampton Town vs Derby County, 8pm on BT Sport 1
- QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday, 8pm on BT Sport Extra
Saturday, January 25
- Brentford vs Leicester City, 12.45pm on BBC One
- Hull City vs Chelsea, 5.30pm on BT Sport One
Sunday January 26
- Manchester City vs Fulham, 1pm on BBC One
- Watford or Tranmere Rovers vs Manchester United, 3pm on BT Sport 1
- Shrewsbury Town vs Liverpool, 5pm on BBC One
Monday January 27
- AFC Bournemouth vs Arsenal, 8pm on BT Sport 1
Full list of Emirates FA Cup fourth round fixtures
Friday 24 January
- 8pm: Northampton Town v Derby County
- 8pm: Queens Park Rangers v Sheffield Wednesday
Saturday 25 January
- 12.45pm: Brentford v Leicester City
- 3pm: Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur
- 3pm: Millwall v Sheffield United
- 3pm: Reading v Cardiff
- 3pm: West Ham v West Brom
- 3pm: Burnley v Norwich City
- 3pm: Coventry City v Birmingham City
- 3pm: Newcastle United v Oxford United
- 3pm: Portsmouth v Barnsley
- 5.30pm: Hull City v Chelsea
Sunday 26 January
- 1pm: Manchester City v Fulham
- 3pm: Watford/Tranmere Rovers v Manchester United
- 5pm: Shrewsbury Town v Liverpool
Monday 27 January
- 8pm: AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal