The BBC and BT Sport have confirmed which FA Cup fourth round ties they’ll show during the weekend of 26th-28th January 2018.
First up, Manchester United host League Two’s Yeovil Town, which will be broadcast on BBC One on Friday 26 January at 7.55pm.
There are three live matches on Saturday, all live on BT Sport 2 as Peterborough United host the winners of the Fleetwood Town v Leicester City replay in the day’s early kick-off at 12.30pm.
Next up is Newport County’s glamour tie at home to eight-time winners Spurs at 5.30pm.
This is followed by the all-Premier League clash between Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion, which kicks-off at 7.45pm.
BT Sport’s final tie of the weekend comes on Sunday when they will broadcast Newcastle United’s match at either Norwich City or Chelsea, ko 1.30pm.
And finally, Cardiff City or Mansfield Town host the current Premier League leaders Manchester City’s from 4pm on BBC One.
Friday 26 January
Yeovil Town v Manchester United
BBC One – ko 7.55pm
Saturday 27 January
Peterborough United v Fleetwood Town or Leicester City
BT Sport 2 – ko 12.30pm
Newport County v Tottenham Hotspur
BT Sport 2 – ko 5.30pm
Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion
BT Sport 2 – ko 7.45pm
Sunday 28 January
Norwich City or Chelsea v Newcastle United
BT Sport 2 – ko 1.30pm
Cardiff City or Mansfield Town v Manchester City
BBC One – ko 4.00pm
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