The FA Cup with Budweiser
Fourth Round Proper
Live TV ties
All clubs will receive £135,850 from The FA's broadcast fund
Winning clubs receive £90,000 from The FA's prize fund
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Both ESPN and ITV have confirmed their FA Cup with Budweiser Fourth Round ties for live broadcast later this month.
Yesterday saw ITV1 announce Oldham Athletic v Liverpool on Sunday 27 January at 4pm.
ITV1’s coverage will begin on the Saturday 26 January with Crystal Palace or Stoke City against current Premier League champions Manchester City at 12.45pm.
Roberto Mancini’s side beat Watford 3-0 at the weekend while Palace held the Potters to a 0-0 stalemate at Selhurst Park.
If Stoke see off the Eagles at the Britannia Stadium it will set up a re-run of the 2011 Final which the Citizens won 1-0 thanks to Yaya Toure’s second-half goal at Wembley Stadium.
ESPN viewers will be able to enjoy three FA Cup ties over Fourth Round weekend and their coverage will begin with West Ham United or Manchester United v Fulham or Blackpool on Saturday 26 January at 5.30pm.
Sunday lunchtime will see The FA Cup holders in action with Chelsea heading to either Brentford or Southend United at 12pm.
The Football League sides battled to a 2-2 draw at the weekend with Southend United striker Barry Corr scoring twice after Uwe Rosler’s side had taken a two-goal lead at Roots Hall.
ESPN conclude their coverage with Leeds United or Birmingham City v Tottenham Hotspur at 2pm.
Spurs got their Cup campaign underway on Saturday against League One’s Coventry City.
The tie was a re-run of the 1987 Final and the Sky Blues wore a replica of their Cup-winning kit but Tottenham ran out comfortable 3-0 winners at White Hart Lane thanks to a first-half brace from Clint Dempsey and a Gareth Bale goal.
Leeds and Birmingham replay next week after a 1-1 draw at Elland Road where Wade Elliott’s long-range strike for the Blues was cancelled out by Luciano Becchio’s second-half equaliser.
All ten clubs will receive £135,850 from The FA's broadcast fund while the winning side will also scoop £90,000 in prize money.