How to follow FA Cup fourth round on the BBCFA Cup fourth round live on the BBCDates: 27-30 January Coverage: Accrington Stanley v Leeds (12:30 GMT) live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app on Saturday; Walsall v Leicester (12:30) live on Red Button on Saturday; Preston vTottenham (18:00) live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app on Saturday; Wrexham v Sheffield United (16:30) live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app on Sunday. The fourth round of the FA Cup gets under way on Friday when record 14-time winners and Premier League leaders Arsenal face Manchester City in a heavyweight tie at Etihad Stadium (20:00 GMT).
This is Leeds' first FA Cup fourth-round tie since 2016-17, when they lost 1-0 at non-league Sutton United. Derby County, fourth in League One, host West Ham, 16th in the Premier League. League Two Grimsby are at Championship side Luton and Stevenage's reward for knocking out Aston Villa in the last round is a trip to Stoke from two leagues above. Championship sides Sunderland and Blackpool are away at Premier League clubs Fulham and Southampton respectively. Preston, 11th in the Championship, host Tottenham for the first time in 13 years, while Paul Ince returns to Manchester United - where he won the FA Cup twice as a player - with his Reading side. Ipswich Town, third in League One, host Championship leaders Burnley.
Follow the fourth round on the BBCAs well as four live matches to watch, the BBC will also be across the other 12 ties. The Friday Football Social on BBC Radio 5 Live will have updates of Manchester City-Arsenal and preview the weekend's cup action. Final Score on BBC One on Saturday from 15:45-17:20 will have updates, reports and reaction from the seven 15:00 games, including Fulham-Sunderland and Southampton-Blackpool.
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