Liverpool, Man Utd & Man City learn fates in FA Cup Fourth Round draw

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With a number of replays still to be played, the Premier League's biggest teams have been kept apart following an enthralling third round

The draw has been made for the fourth round of the FA Cup, with holders Manchester City facing Fulham and the big Premier League sides kept apart.

Liverpool will travel to Bristol City or Shrewsbury and Chelsea visit Hull, while Manchester United and Tottenham still have replays to negotiate after third-round draws.

Click here for the FA Cup fourth-round draw in full.

If they get past Wolves, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's United will travel to the winner of Watford v Tranmere, while Spurs would head to Southampton if they beat Middlesbrough. 

Arsenal's hopes of a record 14th trophy remained alive as they beat Leeds following the draw on Monday, with a trip to Bournemouth waiting in the next round.

The fourth-round fixtures will take place between Friday, January 24 and Monday, January 27 once the final 32 teams have been confirmed.

Winning clubs will collect £180,000 ($240k) from the FA Prize Fund, as well as progressing to the last 16.

Pep Guardiola looks to be going all-out for the FA Cup amid a difficult season at the Etihad, after fielding a strong side for their 4-1 win at home to Port Vale

Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, opted to rotate heavily but was rewarded by a superb performance from his youthful side, as they embarrassed a full-strength Everton side in their derby clash.

Spurs and Jose Mourinho were similarly at full-strength - minus the injured Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris - but could only draw at a Middlesbrough side managed by their former defender Jonathan Woodgate.

The FA Cup has had four different winners in the last four years. City are the current holders with Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United also enjoying success in recent years.

FA Cup fourth-round draw in full:

Watford/Tranmere v Wolves/Manchester United

Hull City v Chelsea

Southampton v Middlesbrough/Tottenham

QPR v Sheffield Wednesday

Bournemouth v Arsenal

Northampton Town v Derby County

Brentford v Leicester

Millwall v Sheffield United

Reading/Blackpool v Cardiff/Carlisle

West Ham v West Brom

Burnley v Norwich

Bristol Rovers/Coventry City v Birmingham

Manchester City v Fulham

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Rochdale/Newcastle v Oxford United

Portsmouth v Barnsley

Bristol City/Shrewsbury v Liverpool