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FA Cup Draw

January 8, 2012 by staff 

FA Cup DrawFA Cup Draw, Manchester United have been drawn away to Liverpool in a mouthwatering FA Cup showdown. After beating Manchester City on Sunday, United will now have to travel to Anfield later this month. Luis Suarez, who has been at the centre of a racism row in recent months, will not be available to play against United as he is still serving an eight match ban.

United played Liverpool in the third round last season, winning the game 1-0 at Old Trafford. Full FA Cup fourth round draw (weekend of January 28/29)

Brighton or Wrexham x Newcastle

Sunderland x Middlesbrough

Dag & Red or Millwall v Soton

Hull v Crawley

MK Dons or QPR x Chelsea

West Brom v Norwich

Blackpool v Sheffield Wednesday

Arsenal or Leeds v Aston Villa

Stevenage v Notts County

Watford v Tottenham

Liverpool v Manchester United

Derby v Stoke

Everton v Fulham

Macclesfield or Bolton v Swansea

Sheffield United v Brum or Wolves

Nottm Forest or Leic v Swindon

Elsewhere Chelsea could face a London derby against QPR. Rangers will need to beat MK Dons in a replay first.

Chelsea captain John Terry could make a first return to the ground since he was accused of racially abusing Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand, a matter which has become the subject of a criminal case and an accusation which he strenuously denies.

West Brom host Norwich and Everton welcome Fulham to Goodison Park.

Arsenal will be at home to Aston Villa if they can overcome Leeds at the Emirates Stadium, while Bolton will take on Swansea at the Reebok Stadium if they see off Macclesfield in a replay.

Tottenham, who last won the FA Cup 21 years ago, will play Watford at Vicarage Road.

Sunderland’s reward for beating Peterborough is a home draw against local rivals Middlesbrough, while Newcastle will face the winner of the replay between Wrexham and Brighton.

Heading through: Sunderland beat Peterborough on Sunday and now take on Middlesbrough in the fourth round

Black Cats manager Martin O’Neill, reacting to the draw, said: ‘It’s a tough one but we’re at home anyway. I wonder what (former Middlesbrough midfielder) Lee Cattermole thinks of it.

‘It will mean something to the supporters who have stayed on here and cheered us off and maybe Lee himself.’

Swindon, who upset the odds to knock out Wigan on Saturday, will face a trip to the east midlands in round four to take on either Nottingham Forest or Leicester.

Crawley will take on Hull after the League Two side knocked Championship club Bristol City out on Saturday.

Elsewhere, Championship leaders Southampton will travel to face the winners of the replay between Dagenham & Redbridge and Millwall, Blackpool host Sheffield Wednesday who knocked out West Ham, while League One Stevenage, who upset Reading, are at home to Notts County.

Derby host Stoke and Sheffield United will be at home to the winners of the replay between Wolves and Birmingham at Molineux.

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