Six matches have been picked in the latest FA Cup Fourth Round TV selections, revealed by the FA, BBC and ITV on Friday afternoon.
Premier League side Spurs will face Preston, who are in Championship, on Saturday, the 28th of January at 18:00 GMT.
National League side Wrexham will be hoping to impress Ryan Reynolds & Rob McElhenney again as they host the Blades on Sunday the 29th of January at 16:30.
Both the games will be broadcast by BBC One, BBC iPlayer, and BBC Sport app.
ITV will show four games with the first is Manchester City v Arsenal, which will air on Friday the 27th of January at 20:00.
The broadcasts will show Reading hosting Manchester United at 20:00 on Saturday the 28th of January, Brighton against Liverpool or Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday the 29th of January, and Derby County facing West Ham United at 19:45 on Monday the 30th of January.
FA CUP FOURTH ROUND TV SELECTIONS
FRIDAY 27 JANUARY 2023
• Manchester City v Arsenal at 8pm on ITV1, UTV, STV and ITVX
SATURDAY 28 JANUARY 2023
• Preston North End v Tottenham Hotspur at 6pm on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport
• Manchester United v Reading at 8pm on ITV4 and ITVX
SUNDAY 29 JANUARY 2023
• Brighton & Hove Albion v Liverpool or Wolverhampton Wanderers at 1.30pm on ITV1, UTV, STV and ITVX
• Wrexham v Sheffield United at 4.30pm on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport
MONDAY 30 JANUARY 2023
• Derby County v West Ham United at 7.45pm on ITV4 and ITVX
Each club involved in these ties will receive £110,000 in addition to any payments from the prize fund of the competition.
1 Preston North End v Tottenham Hotspur
2 Southampton v Blackpool
3 Wrexham v Sheffield United
4 Ipswich Town v Burnley
5 Manchester United v Reading
6 Luton Town or Wigan Athletic v Grimsby Town
7 Derby County v West Ham United
8 Stoke City v Stevenage
9 Blackburn Rovers v Forest Green Rovers or Birmingham City
10 Walsall v Leicester City
11 Sheffield Wednesday v Fleetwood Town
12 Manchester City v Arsenal
13 Bristol City or Swansea City v Chesterfield or West Bromwich Albion
14 Brighton & Hove Albion v Liverpool or Wolverhampton Wanderers
15 Fulham v Sunderland
16 Boreham Wood or Accrington Stanley v Cardiff City or Leeds United
This is how fans reacted to the FA Cup Fourth Round TV selections…
@ConnorSwales69: ah the love in with Wrexham continues of course
@J_Sim_91: Absolute disgrace – why isn’t Walsall Leicester on the TV?
@StrawHatter85: Nice to see premier league clubs make up nearly every game, must need the money….
@LeeCarman7: Man Utd v Reading and Brighton v Liverpool/Wolves 😂😂
@AnthonyAshton1: Imagine my shock that Man United are on again 😂😂
@stephenbowie1: Best tie of the round and they put it on a Friday night 🙄
@chriscurleyman: ITV4! Absolute joke kick off.
@Ben_Pitman: Man United reading on tele hahahah
@richardpjackson: @WFCOfficial v @LCFC not selected for TV coverage but kicking off at 12:30 on the Saturday. Pretty disappointed with this #saddlers #UTS 🔴⚪️🟢
@reece91x: Bore off 😴
@Chamboman: Man Utd v Reading over Walsall v Leicester 😂😂 Magic of the FA cup 🙄
@FodWeTrust: @itvfootball you don’t have to always show united vs championship club at old Trafford
@KyleHusted24: Get out of here man
@tommms: Man Utd Vs Reading. Who on earth wants to watch that!
@MikeyMcMahon: “Magic of the cup” 😂😂😂
@colin11776: What a joke of a selection. Who wants to watch reserve Premier league teams
@JamesHooper__: Finally a weekend FA Cup tie but once again an 8pm KO ffs. If we were ever to get a Sat 3pm KO then I thought United Vs Reading would be that. #MUFC
@wfcbanksy: Fucking Joke. Walsall/Accrington or Boreham Wood not on against higher league opposition …. no wonder themagic of the FA cup is dying
@Hero_Taylor9: If there was ever a more ‘spirit of the FA Cup’ tie than Walsall vs. Leicester (D2 vs. PL) and both channels fail to pick it. Absolute fucking disgrace, this competion is ruined
@APMUFC: 8pm kick off 👋🏻
@fboden4: Fuck off wheres the Grimsby game no wonder why people pay for IPTV because you’re all fucking useless
@Matt_Saddler: Maybe im Biased but how the hell hasn’t Walsall v Leicester been picked over some of these!?
@FuryFadez: Shock…. Liverpool, united, Spurs, city and arsenal all on. How about letting some of the lower leagues clubs that aren’t on tv every fucking week get on!? FA wants to help smaller clubs financially but only the big ones get on tv. Absolute farce. #maketherichricher #facup
@jackdawgriffin: Walsall V Leicester gets snubbed over Wrexham V Sheffield United you love to see it heck I’d go as far as to say Wigan/Luton V Grimsby is more worthy than potentially getting Brighton V Wolves
@Ali_Mac90: Biggest farce of an organisation going. Half 12 kick off on a Saturday & not even on TV!
@JonnyDrury_Star: Preston/Spurs and Brighton against Liverpool/Wolves over a potential giantkilling of Walsall v Leicester. Is it a surprise that people continue to go off the FA Cup
@jarleth_eaton: I mean, there’s absolutely no reason why United v Reading should ever have been picked. Especially over Walsall v Leicester which would have been a massive pay day for Walsall. Hopefully on the Red Button if the KO is 12.30.
@Nick_Whittaker: Man Utd at home to Reading chosen over Walsall v Leicester. What a joke decision @itvfootball
@PlanetFPLPod: Chelsea v Liverpool can’t be arranged into the second midweek in GW21 unless Liverpool lose to Wolves on Tuesday, as Chelsea play Fulham in the league the following Friday. It was always an unlikely for that week
@josh_seward: Kids want to go to a United game this season, thought this would be a perfect opportunity.. and now they’ve slapped it on TV for absolutely no reason and given it an 8pm kick off. ITV4 FFS. Fuck off @ITV @EmiratesFACup
@groundhopper23: How is Man Utd v Reading a more interesting option than Walsall v Leicester or potentially Boreham Wood or Accrington v Leeds? Give me strength.
@rjb_1998: 6pm kickoff for Preston Vs Tottenham, very funny, especially as a 5:30pm kickoff would give spurs fans time to get the last train back to London which they likely miss with 6pm
@caldini4: Aye cheers can’t wait for all the 10:30pm trains from Manchester to Reading
— Vital Wal$all (@VitalWalsall) January 13, 2023