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Last 32

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Arsenal will host Manchester United in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

After an exciting third round full of cups and shocks, the remaining sides have discovered their opponents in the last 32 Monday night.

FA Cup Fourth Round Draws in full

FA Cup Fourth Round Draws in full

Arsenal will host the old United rivals in the Emirates in the flagship match of the draw.

The Gunners – who have won the England Cup a 13-fold record – will face the US team reinvested by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer while Premier League rivals meet for the first time since 2015.

Arsenal of Arsene Wenger came out on top of the sixth round meeting at Old Trafford, but the man who raised the FA Cup seven times unparalleled will not be on the bench this time, with Unai Emery who drew 2-2 at Jose Mourinho's Lo United before Christmas.

Jesse Lingard scored United's draw in a 2-2 draw against Arsenal in December

Jesse Lingard scored United's draw in a 2-2 draw against Arsenal in December

Elsewhere, Chelsea holders, who beat United's 12-time winners in the final of last season, will host Sheffield on Wednesday after beating Luton 1-0 in a replay.

There are two other all-Premier League ties as Manchester City champions, who welcome Burnley at Etihad Stadium and at Crystal Palace, Tottenham's guest in a London derby at Selhurst Park.

Barnet, the only team that did not participate in the championship in the fourth round, was won at home on the side of the Brentford Sky Bet Championship.

Second pair in the league Two Newport and Oldham failed to win lead bonds after seeing Premier League teams, respectively Leicester and Fulham, in the previous round.

The Newport prize to beat the foxes is a trip to the Riverside Stadium to take Middlesbrough, while Oldham goes to Doncaster.

The wolves won the last match of the third round, beating a Liverpool changed to 2-1 and will now go to Shrewsbury, author of an extraordinary comeback to beat Stoke 3-2 in the replay.

Everton of Marco Silva will face the 2004 finalists Millwall at New Den, with Wally Downes, director of AFC Wimbledon, which will host West Ham, the Premier League team where he previously worked as a coach with Sam Allardyce.

There will be another high-level meeting, after Newcastle beat Blackburn 4-2 in the replay to establish a fourth round with Watford.

Brighton won comfortably at Bournemouth in the third round and will welcome West Brom at Amex Stadium, with the winners of a replay between Derby or Southampton traveling to face Accrington.

Meanwhile, Swansea has hosted Gillingham, Bristol City has taken Bolton and QPR has traveled to the League One leading Portsmouth.

FA Cup Fourth Round Draws in full

Swansea v Gillingham
AFC Wimbledon against West Ham
Shrewsbury v Wolves
Millwall v Everton
Brighton v West Brom
Bristol City v Bolton
Accrington v Derby or Southampton
Doncaster v Oldham
Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday
Newcastle v Watford
Middlesbrough v Newport
Manchester City – Burnley
Barnet v Brentford
Portsmouth v QPR
Arsenal v Manchester United
Crystal Palace v Tottenham
Ties to play from 25 to 28 January