Dates, kick-off times and full fixture list for this weekend’s ties, plus fifth round draw confirmed January 22, 2021 – Posted in: Soccer
The FA Cup will take centre-stage again this weekend as the fourth round gets played out.
National League North side Chorley and League Two’s Crawley Town and Cheltenham head up the lower league challengers while the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal are still in the tournament too.
The historic cup competition has already been mapped out to the fifth round with teams now knowing their routes to the quarter-finals.
talkSPORT will bring you 8 FA Cup commentaries this weekend in a hectic few days of action.
Here’s the full schedule for the coming days…
FA Cup fourth round 2020/21
Friday, January 22
- Chorley vs Wolves, 7:45pm – LIVE on talkSPORT
Saturday, January 23
- Southampton vs Arsenal , 12:30pm – LIVE on talkSPORT
- Swansea vs Nottingham Forest, 3pm
- Barnsley vs Norwich, 3pm
- Millwall vs Bristol City, 3pm
- Brighton vs Blackpool, 3pm
- Sheffield United vs Plymouth, 3pm
- West Ham vs Doncaster, 3pm – LIVE on talkSPORT 2
- Cheltenham vs Manchester City, 5:30pm – LIVE on talkSPORT
Sunday, January 24
- Chelsea v Luton, 12pm – LIVE on talkSPORT 2
- Fulham vs Burnley, 2:30pm
- Brentford vs Leicester, 2:30pm – LIVE on talkSPORT
- Manchester United vs Liverpool, 7pm – EXCLUSIVELY LIVE on talkSPORT
- Everton vs Sheffield Wednesday, 8pm
Monday, January 25
- Wycombe Wanderers vs Tottenham, 7:45pm – LIVE on talkSPORT
Tuesday, January 26
- Bournemouth vs Crawley Town, 7pm
FA Cup fifth round 2020/21
Ties to be played on or around Wednesday, February 10
- Fulham/Burnley vs Bournemouth/Crawley Town
- Manchester United/Liverpool vs West Ham/Doncaster
- Sheffield United/Plymouth vs Millwall/Bristol City
- Chorley/Wolves vs Southampton/Arsenal
- Barnsley/Norwich vs Chelsea/Luton
- Everton/Sheffield Wednesday vs Wycombe Wanderers/Tottenham
- Swansea/Nottingham Forest vs Cheltenham/Manchester City
- Brentford/Leicester vs Brighton/Blackpool
FA Cup rules for 2020/21 season
Clubs will be able to name nine players on their bench and use a maximum of five substitutes.
Teams can only take three opportunities to make subs in normal time.
Any unused subs can be carried over into extra-time where teams will also then be able to make an additional change as well.
There will be no replays in the tournament this season but extra-time will remain. Ties will not go straight to penalties like in the Carabao Cup this season.
VAR will only be used in eight of the 16 fourth round ties – in the matches held at Premier League stadiums.