Arsenal v Manchester United
A very interesting draw helps to get the fourth round underway as Arsenal welcome Manchester United to the Emirates Stadium on Friday 25 January. These are the two most successful clubs in FA Cup history, each winning the competition a record twelve times.
Arsenal go into the game off the back of an impressive 2-0 home win against Chelsea in the league last weekend, which saw them move back above Man United into fifth-place in the Premier League.
Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced Jose Mourinho at the Old Trafford helm, United have won seven straight games, and certainly look like they are enjoying their football again.
It is going to be a close game, and Arsenal do boast a very good home record. However, with the form the visitors are in, we see them coming away with a draw and a replay which neither side will want as they both aim to chase down that final Champions League qualifying spot.
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— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 22, 2019
Manchester City v Burnley
There is another all Premier League tie on Saturday 26 January at the Etihad Stadium, as Manchester City welcome Burnley. City are still going strong on four fronts this season, and they will want to progress to the fifth round of the FA Cup. They certainly have the depth of squad to do so and they have been scoring goals for fun recently.
Burnley’s main priority this season is to preserve their Premier League status, and they come into the game unbeaten in their last five fixtures. They got through a tough game at Championship, Barnsley, in the last round, but now face an even sterner away task.
We see a comfortable win for the home side, which will allow Burnley to concentrate on their league survival campaign.
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— Burnley FC (@BurnleyOfficial) January 21, 2019
Millwall v Everton
Championship club, Millwall, welcome Premier League, Everton, to the New Den for a classic FA Cup encounter on Saturday 26 January. Millwall, FA Cup finalists in 2004, beat Hull City in the third round, whilst five time winners, Everton, beat League Two leaders Lincoln City.
In their respective league campaigns, neither side are in particularly great form, with Millwall trying to move themselves away from the Championship relegation fight, whilst Everton have lost three of their last five fixtures.
Both sides will be keen to progress, and we expect goals. This is a horrible game for an under pressure Everton, and there character will definitely be tested.
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— Millwall FC (@MillwallFC) January 22, 2019
Barnet v Brentford
The only non-league side left in the FA Cup, Barnet, welcome fellow London club, Brentford from the Championship, on Monday 28 January. Barnet have already beaten League One, Bristol Rovers, following a replay, before pulling off a brilliant win at Championship promotion chasing Sheffield United, to book their place in the FA Cup fourth round.
Brentford won 1-0 at Oxford in the third round and will come into this game as strong favourites. They are in decent form in the league, having won their last two games, scoring seven goals. Barnet were soundly beaten 4-0 at Braintree last weekend, but their players must have had one eye on this game.
It’s a terrific occasion for Barnet, but we see Brentford being too strong and they should come out on top in the battle of The Bees.
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Get Brentford to win and over 2.5 goals @13/10 with NetBet
— Barnet FC 🐝 (@BarnetFC) January 21, 2019
The other FA Cup Fourth Round fixtures are:
Bristol City v Bolton Wanderers
Accrington Stanley v Derby County
Brighton v West Brom
Doncaster Rovers v Oldham Athletic
Middlesbrough v Newport County
Newcastle v Watford
Portsmouth v QPR
Shrewsbury Town v Wolves
Swansea City v Gillingham
AFC Wimbledon v West Ham
Crystal Palace v Tottenham
Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday
After @DCFCOfficial's brilliant comeback last night, all of the Fourth Round ties are confirmed.
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— The Emirates FA Cup (@EmiratesFACup) January 17, 2019