The 2019-20 FA Cup’s 16 fourth-round ties take place this weekend as Manchester City takes on Fulham.
Liverpool visit Shrewsbury Town, Tottenham Hotspur up against Southampton, Arsenal face Bournemouth and Chelsea are at Hull City.
Manchester United will play Tranmere Rovers.
Northampton Town kick proceedings off on Friday against Derby County.
FA Cup 4th-Round Schedule, Predictions
Friday, January 24
Northampton Town vs Derby County
QPR vs Sheffield
Saturday, January 25
Brentford vs Leicester City
Burnley vs Norwich City
Coventry City vs Birmingham City
Millwall vs Sheffield United
Newcastle United vs Oxford United
Portsmouth vs Barnsley
Reading vs Cardiff City
Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham United vs West Bromwich Albion
Hull City vs Chelsea
Sunday, January 26
Manchester City vs Fulham
Tranmere Rovers vs Manchester United
Shrewsbury Town vs Liverpool
Monday, January 27
Bournemouth vs Arsenal
Liverpool are without an FA Cup trophy since 2006 and haven’t reached the final since 2012 and they visit League One’s Shrewsbury on Sunday.
Manager Jurgen Klopp men were able to get past rivals Everton in the third round.
Emirates FA Cup fifth round draw & ball numbers
The draw for the fifth round of the Emirates FA Cup will take place on Monday 27 January.
The 16 teams to navigate this weekend’s fourth-round ties will go into the hat, with the draw being conducted by former England internationals and Cup winners Teddy Sheringham and Glen Johnson.
Ball numbers are as follows:
1 Tranmere Rovers or Manchester United
2 Hull City or Chelsea
3 Southampton or Tottenham Hotspur
4 Queens Park Rangers or Sheffield Wednesday
5 AFC Bournemouth of Arsenal
6 Northampton Town or Derby County
7 Brentford or Leicester City
8 Millwall or Sheffield United
9 Reading or Cardiff City
10 West Ham United or West Bromwich Albion
11 Burnley or Norwich City
12 Coventry City or Birmingham City
13 Manchester City or Fulham
14 Newcastle United or Oxford United
15 Portsmouth or Barnsley
16 Shrewsbury Town or Liverpool
This season’s Emirates FA Cup fifth round will take place in midweek during the week commencing Monday 2 March, with any ties that are level after 90 minutes progressing to extra time and, if necessary, penalties to determine a winner on the night.