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When is the FA Cup draw? Fourth and fifth round draws are made together

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Carlos Vinicius helped book Tottenham a place in the fourth round (Picture: Getty Images)

The third round of the FA Cup provided plenty of entertainment over the weekend, with a few upsets and a few more heavy defeats for the minnows of the competition.

There is one more match to come, with Stockport taking on West Ham on Monday night, but attention is already turning to the next rounds of the competition.

The draws for the fourth and fifth round take place on Monday before that final game as the remaining clubs learn their fate.

The fourth round fixtures take place over the weekend of the 23 January and the fifth round is from Wednesday 10 February.

When are the FA Cup fourth and fifth round draws?

The draws have been given very specific times on the evening of Monday 11 January.

The fourth round draw is set to be made at 7.10pm with the fifth round draw following at 7.23pm.

How to watch the FA Cup draws

The draws will be made in the pre-match coverage of Stockport vs West Ham on BT Sport, so you can watch them on BT Sport 1.

They will also be able to watch live on the FA Cup Twitter and Facebook pages.

Fourth round draw numbers

1 Plymouth Argyle
2 Southampton or Shrewsbury Town
3 Chorley
4 Tottenham Hotspur
5 Wolverhampton Wanderers
6 Stockport County or West Ham United
7 AFC Bournemouth
8 Manchester United
9 Swansea City
10 Everton
11 Nottingham Forest
12 Arsenal
13 Barnsley
14 Sheffield United
15 Millwall
16 Doncaster Rovers
17 Leicester City
18 Wycombe Wanderers
19 Crawley Town
20 Burnley
21 Bristol City
22 Fulham
23 Liverpool
24 Brentford
25 Manchester City
26 Luton Town
27 Chelsea
28 Sheffield Wednesday
29 Norwich City
30 Blackpool
31 Brighton & Hove Albion
32 Cheltenham Town

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