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Results: FA Cup fourth-round draw

FOOTBALL By Mirror | January 11th 2016

Manchester United will travel to Championship high-flyers Derby in the FA Cup fourth round.

Louis van Gaal's men needed a last-gasp Wayne Rooney penalty to beat Sheffield United on Saturday and now face a tough trip to the iPro Stadium.

Elsewhere, holders Arsenal welcome Burnley to the Emirates after beating Sunderland.

The winners of the all League Two replay between Yeovil and Carlisle will take on Everton in the fourth round.

Should Liverpool defeat Exeter in their replay at Anfield, they will host West Ham.

Chelsea, who edged past Scunthorpe on Sunday face the winners of MK Dons vs Northampton.

There is an all Premier League tie between Crystal Palace and Stoke while Manchester City face the victors of Aston Villa and Wycombe.

Colchester, fresh from beating Charlton, lie in wait for Tottenham or Leicester in round four.

Full draw

•             West Brom/Bristol City vs Peterborough United

•             Eastleigh/Bolton vs Leeds United

•             Arsenal vs Burnley

•             Derby vs Manchester United

•             Huddersfield/Reading vs Walsall

•             Exeter/Liverpool vs West Ham

•             Wycombe/Aston Villa vs Manchester City

•             Shrewsbury vs Sheffield Wednesday

•             Nottingham Forest vs Watford

•             Carlisle/Yeovil vs Everton

•             Crystal Palace vs Stoke City

•             Oxford United vs Newport/Blackburn

•             Ipswich/Portsmouth vs AFC Bournemouth

•             Colchester vs Tottenham/Leicester

•             Bury/Bradford vs Hull

•             Northampton/MK Dons vs Chelsea

(Ties to be played on weekend of 29-31 January)


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