Manchester United to face lowest-ranked team left in the FA Cup, Yeovil Town
While Tottenham travels to New port for the fourth round of the FA cup.
The draw, which took place before Brighton and Crystal Palace’s third-round tie at the AMEX Stadium, has pitted one of the most decorated side’s in English football against the League Two outfit.
The Glovers, who sit 63 league places behind 12-time Cup winners United, downed Bradford in the last round to make it into the draw and have reaped the rewards with a dream fixture against Jose Mourinho’s men.
Yeovil will welcome the English giants, who flogged Derby in the last round, to the 9,665-limit Huish Park toward the finish of the month.
Tottenham were likewise drawn against a League Two outfit and will go to Rodney Parade to play Newport.
Mike Flynn’s men beat Leeds in an emotional third-round tie which saw Shawn McCoulsky net a conclusive 89th-minute objective for the Welsh club to put them through to the fourth round.
Seven-time winners Liverpool and West Brom have been drawn against each other in the main clash sure to be an all-Premier League experience.
Chelsea could have Newcastle, however Antonio Conte’s side should first conquer Norwich — who held the Premier League champions to a goalless draw at Carrow Road a weekend ago — in next Tuesday’s third-round replay.
Essentially, Bournemouth could have West Ham in a best flight clash should the two pair come through unscathed in their refire games against Wigan and Shrewsbury individually.
FOURTH ROUND FIXTURES IN FULL
Liverpool vs West Brom
Peterborough vs Fleetwood or Leicester
Huddersfield vs Birmingham
Notts County vs Wolves or Swansea
Yeovil vs Manchester United
Carlisle or Sheffield Wednesday vs Stevenage or Reading
Cardiff or Mansfield vs Manchester City
MK Dons vs Coventry
Millwall vs Rochdale
Southampton vs Watford
Middlesbrough vs Brighton
Bournemouth or Wigan vs Shrewsbury or West Ham
Hull vs Nottingham Forest
Newport County vs Tottenham
Norwich or Chelsea vs Newcastle
Sheffield United vs Preston .
League leaders Manchester City faces a great outing to either Cardiff or Mansfield and Leicester must play a replay against Fleetwood in the event that they are to go up against Peterborough at the ABAX Stadium.
Nottingham Forest, who thumped out current Cup holders Arsenal with a shocking 4-2 triumph at the City Ground last Sunday, will go to Championship equip Hull as reward.