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Published: 14:36 | 12/1/16

Holders Arsenal face Burnley


Holders Arsenal have been drawn against Burnley in the fourth round of The Emirates FA Cup.

The Gunners defeated Sunderland to progress to the fourth round and they face a test against The Clarets to keep alive their hopes of a hat-trick of wins in the competition.

Wayne Rooney's 93rd minute penalty was enough to send Manchester United through to the next round and Louis Van Gaal's men travel to Pride Park after being drawn against Derby County, while rivals Manchester City will face the winners of the third round replay between Wycombe Wanderers and Aston Villa.

Guus Hiddink's Chelsea will face the winners of the third round replay between Northampton Town and MK Dons, while Liverpool will host West Ham if they overcome Exeter City at Anfield.

Oxford Town knocked Swansea out of the competition at the weekend and they have been rewarded with a home tie against either Newport County or Blackburn.

The only confirmed all-Premier League tie sees Crystal Palace drawn at home against Mark Hughes' Stoke.

Draw for the fourth round of The Emirates FA Cup:

West Brom/Bristol City v Peterborough

Eastleigh/Bolton v Leeds United

Arsenal v Burnley

Derby v Manchester United

Huddersfield/Reading v Walsall

Exeter/Liverpool v West Ham

Wycombe/Aston Villa v Manchester City

Shrewsbury Town v Sheffield Wednesday

Nottingham Forest v Watford

Carlisle/Yeovil v Everton

Crystal Palace v Stoke

Oxford United v Newport/Blackburn

Ipswich/Portsmouth v AFC Bournemouth

Colchester v Tottenham/Leicester

Bury/Bradford v Hull

Northampton/MK Dons v Chelsea

Ties to be played the weekend of January 30/31.

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