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FA Cup fourth-round draw: Man City go to Tottenham, Chelsea host Aston Villa and non-League Maidstone face Ipswich

Maidstone United, the lowest-ranked side left in the competition, go to Championship high-flyers Ipswich; Newport County host Manchester United; Chelsea vs Aston Villa and Fulham vs Newcastle; the FA Cup fourth-round matches will be played across January 25-29

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FA Cup holders Manchester City have been drawn away to Tottenham in the fourth round, while Maidstone United - the lowest-ranked side left in the competition - travel to Championship high-flyers Ipswich.

League Two Newport will host Manchester United after they overcame fifth-tier side Eastleigh in their third-round replay.

There are five all-Premier League ties with Chelsea hosting Aston Villa, and Newcastle going to Fulham.

Maidstone boss: It's a terrific draw for us

Maidstone manager George Elokobi is relishing the trip to Ipswich.

“It is a terrific draw for us. It is a fantastic location geographically, it is reachable for our Maidstone United community,” Elokobi said on Sky Sports News.

“It is important we enjoy this draw. Ipswich are a Premier League club in the making, they are flying high in the Championship, so it is a great draw for us.

“I said if we didn’t draw a Premier League club, then the next best thing was a Championship club.

“To pick out Ipswich, who have a great support behind them, is going to be a great occasion for our club, for our community and our owners.

“It is a fantastic opportunity for our players to go out, express themselves and enjoy the day with our fanbase.”

Liverpool, who beat Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in the previous round, will be at home against Norwich.

There will also be Black Country derby between West Brom and Wolves after Gary O'Neil's side won their replay against Brentford to set up a fourth-round tie at the Hawthorns.

The fourth-round matches will be played across Thursday January 25 to Monday January 29.

FA Cup fourth-round & kick-off times

The FA Cup trophy on display ahead of the Emirates FA Cup Third Round match at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester. Picture date: Sunday January 7, 2024.

Thursday January 25

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Bournemouth vs Swansea City, 7.45pm

Friday January 26

Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest, 7.45pm

Chelsea vs Aston Villa, 7.45pm

Sheffield Wednesday vs Coventry, 7.45pm

Tottenham vs Manchester City, 8pm

Saturday January 27

Ipswich vs Maidstone United, 12.30pm

Everton vs Luton Town, 3pm

Leeds vs Plymouth, 3pm

Leicester vs Birmingham, 3pm

Sheffield United vs Brighton, 3pm

Fulham vs Newcastle, 7pm

Sunday January 28

West Brom vs Wolves, 11.45am

Watford vs Southampton, 2pm

Liverpool vs Norwich, 2.30pm

Newport County vs Manchester United, 4.30pm

Monday January 29

Blackburn vs Wrexham, 7.30pm

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