The final games of the Third Round replay were played last night and we now know the full fixture list for the Fourth Round of The FA Cup
We had a total of eight Third Round replays this week with the biggest of them being Man United vs Wolves. Unfortunately for Tranmere and Watford, their game couldn't be played. Tranmere's ground wasn't ready due to Storm Brendan and so the game is to be played next week.
The Fourth Round will be played between Friday 24th January – Monday 27th January. After this week's replays, we now know there will be a minimum of 15 Premier League teams in the next round. Should Watford win it'll go to 16, which means there have not been many shock departures from the Premier League. Northampton from League Two, are the lowest-ranked team left in the competition.
Betway has odds on all the teams to go on and win the competition and we'll look at some of the games in the Fourth Round.
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Fourth Round Fixtures and odds to win the FA Cup
Man City (9/4) vs Fulham (250/1) – Last years winners against the Championship side. This one should be fairly straight forward for Man City with the squad they have. Fulham also have the problem of Mitrovic being injured who is their main goalscorer. Considering the Premier League looks like its heading to Liverpool, Pep will want to win this one.
Shrewsbury (750/1) vs Liverpool (5/1) – The team leading the way in the Premier League are away to League One side Shrewsbury. The Shrews booked their place in the fourth round with an 89th-minute winner against Bristol City. Liverpool also went through in dramatic fashion. Curtis Jones scoring late on against Everton in a Merseyside Derby.
Watford (80/1) or Tranmere (1500/1) vs Man United (12/1) – You would expect this to be an all-Premier League tie, however, Tranmere came back from 3-0 down away at Watford to draw 3-3. United should have enough to be both teams. But it depends on which United turn up. Watford have already beaten them 2-0 this season and this could well happen again if Solskjaers team are at the races.
Coventry (500/1) vs Birmingham (250/1) – This is an interesting game due to the fact that Coventry has been playing at Birmingham's ground all season. Now they playing Birmingham at home it means that Birmingham will be the away team in their own ground. It will be good to see how they get on with a change of dressing room and where their fans are.
The other three Premier League ties are Bournemouth (80/1) vs Arsenal (11/1), Burnley (80/1) vs Norwich (125/1) and Southampton (66/1) vs Spurs (15/2).
- Hull City vs Chelsea.
- QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday.
- Northampton vs Derby County.
- Brentford vs Leicester City.
- Millwall vs Sheffield United.
- Reading vs Cardiff.
- West Ham vs West Brom.
- Newcastle vs Oxford.
- Portsmouth vs Barnsley.