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FA Cup Ball Numbers Known (6/1/18)

FA Cup Ball Numbers Known (6/1/18)

With FA Cup third round ties taking place this weekend, the ball numbers for the fourth round draw of the competition have now been allocated.

With the third round kicking off yesterday evening with ties between Liverpool v Everton and Manchester United v Derby County, the bulk of the fixtures take place later today and on Sunday, with the third round stage closing out on Monday evening in the game between Brighton v Crystal Palace.

The draw of course takes place on Monday January 8 prior to the kick off of that game and will take place simultaneously on BT Sport and BBC Two with the draw commencing at approximately 7.10pm.

Fourth round ties are provisionally set for the weekend of January 26-29 and there will no doubt be a replay or two to consider.

Fourth Round Proper draw numbers:

1 Ipswich Town or Sheffield United
2 Watford or Bristol City
3 Birmingham City or Burton Albion
4 Liverpool
5 Brighton or Crystal Palace
6 Aston Villa or Peterborough United
7 Bournemouth or Wigan Athletic
8 Coventry City or Stoke City
9 Newport County or Leeds United
10 Bolton Wanderers or Huddersfield Town
11 Yeovil Town or Bradford City
12 Nottingham Forest or Arsenal
13 Brentford or Notts County
14 Queens Park Rangers or MK Dons
15 Manchester United
16 Exeter City or West Bromwich Albion
17 Doncaster Rovers or Rochdale
18 Tottenham Hotspur or Wimbledon
19 Middlesbrough or Sunderland
20 Fleetwood Town or Leicester City
21 Blackburn Rovers or Hull City
22 Cardiff City or Mansfield Town
23 Manchester City or Burnley
24 Shrewsbury Town or West Ham United
25 Wolverhampton Wanderers or Swansea City
26 Stevenage or Reading
27 Newcastle United or Luton Town
28 Millwall or Barnsley
29 Fulham or Southampton
30 Wycombe Wanderers or Preston North End
31 Norwich City or Chelsea
32 Carlisle United or Sheffield Wednesday

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday January 6 2018
Time: 10:00AM

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