The draw for the FA Cup fourth and fifth rounds have taken place as Liverpool have been drawn to face Manchester United at Old Trafford in what is the standout tie of the round.
First up was the fourth round. After Premier League leaders Liverpool edged past a COVID-stricken Aston Villa side in the last round, they will look to qualify for the fifth round against their title rivals United. The match takes on added importance as it is set to take place a week after they face off in the Premier League.
Non-league side Chorley are the lowest ranked team left in the competition after edging past Derby County in the third round. Their story has been an old-fashioned FA Cup fairytale so far and they will look to continue their dream at home to Wolves.
Elsewhere, defending champions Arsenal face Southampton or Shrewsbury, while Chelsea take on Luton Town, and London rivals Spurs will clash with Wycombe Wanderers
You can see the full fourth round draw below.
FA Cup Fourth Round:
Cheltenham Town vs Manchester City
Bournemouth vs Crawley Town
Swansea City vs Nottingham Forest
Manchester United vs Liverpool
Southampton or Shrewsbury vs Arsenal
Barnsley vs Norwich
Chorley vs Wolves
Milwall vs Bristol City
Brighton vs Blackpool
Wycombe Wanderers vs Tottenham
Fulham vs Burnley
Sheffield United vs Plymouth Argyle
Chelsea vs Luton Town
Stockport County or West Ham vs Doncaster Rovers
Brentford vs Leicester
Everton vs Sheffield Wednesday
Immediately after, the draw for the fifth round was made, with the winner of United vs Liverpool going on to face either Doncaster Rovers or the winner of Stockport vs West Ham – one of two ties from the third round still outstanding.
Should Spurs advance past Wycombe, they will have an away tie to either Everton or Sheffield Wednesday, while Chelsea or Luton will travel to Barnsley or Norwich.
You can see the draw for the fifth round in full here.
FA Cup Fifth Round:
Fulham or Burnley vs Bournemouth or Crawley Town
Manchester United or Liverpool vs Stockport County/West Ham or Doncaster Rovers
Sheffield United or Plymouth vs Milwall or Bristol City
Chorley or Wolves vs Southampton/Shrewsbury or Arsenal
Barnsley or Norwich vs Chelsea or Luton
Everton or Sheffield Wednesday vs Wycombe or Tottenham
Swansea or Nottingham Forest vs Cheltenham or Manchester City
Brentford or Leicester vs Brighton or Blackpool
The fourth and fifth rounds are due to take place 22-25 January and 9-11 February respectively.