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All you need to know about the TV picks for the FA Cup fourth round
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Matthew Storey
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Kidderminster will hope for another giant-killing when they face West Ham live on TV
Kidderminster will hope for another giant-killing when they face West Ham live on TV

West Ham’s trip to National League North side Kidderminster headlines the TV picks for the FA Cup fourth round.

Premier League giants Manchester United and Liverpool are also on the box as they bid for glory in the 150th edition of the competition.

Which FA Cup fourth-round games will be live on TV?

The action gets underway on Friday as Chris Wilder takes his Middlesbrough side to Manchester United at 8pm.

Boro have been flying in the Championship since Wilder’s appointment and will fancy causing an upset live on ITV. 

There is a classic Cup tie to look forward to at lunchtime the following day as Kiddy, fresh from beating Championship side Reading 2-1 in the third round, welcome the Hammers to Aggborough.

That game is live on BBC One and kicks off at 12.30pm as the sixth-tier side look to cause an almighty shock.

The other TV game on Saturday sees Graham Potter’s Brighton visit Tottenham in an 8pm kick-off, with the fixture live on ITV4.

There are three more games live on Sunday, starting with Championship strugglers Cardiff’s midday trip to Liverpool on ITV.

A tasty Midlands derby is up next as Nottingham Forest and Leicester renew acquaintances for the first time in eight years at 4pm.

That game at the City Ground is being shown on BBC One as Steve Cooper’s side look for a second shock in this season’s competition.

Nottingham Forest will look for another upset live on TV against rivals Leicester
Nottingham Forest will look for another upset live on TV against rivals Leicester

And the final TV game of the weekend sees National League Boreham Wood travel to Bournemouth at 6.30pm.

The Hertfordshire club beat AFC Wimbledon in the third round and will be live on ITV as a reward for their exploits.

Do clubs get paid for being on TV in the FA Cup fourth round?

Each club is paid £110,000 for being shown live on TV at this stage of the tournament.

Full draw for the FA Cup fourth round

Crystal Palace vs Hartlepool

Bournemouth vs Boreham Wood

Huddersfield vs Barnsley

Peterborough vs QPR

Cambridge vs Luton

Southampton vs Coventry

Chelsea vs Plymouth

Everton vs Brentford

Kidderminster vs West Ham

Manchester United vs Middlesbrough

Tottenham vs Brighton

Liverpool vs Cardiff

Stoke vs Wigan

Nottingham Forest vs Leicester

Manchester City vs Fulham

Wolves vs Norwich

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FA CupManchester UnitedMiddlesbroughWest Ham UnitedTottenham HotspurBrighton & Hove AlbionLiverpoolCardiff CityLeicester CityNottingham ForestBournemouth
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