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FA Cup 2015 fourth round draw: how to watch

Arsenal's victory over Hull yesterday means that fans will find out which unlucky club is drawn to play Arsene Wenger's side

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Arsenal's attempt at retaining the FA Cup for another year took a small step forward yesterday thanks to their relatively stress-free win versus Hull City. Today they learn who and where they play in the fourth round today, with the FA drawing out the remaining unseeded 32 clubs at AFC Wimbeldon's Cherry Red Records Stadium. The fourth round FA Cup matches will be played on January 24th and 25th, with any replays due to ties to be determined at a later date.

Today's draw, taking place at 2:35 pm EST, can be followed through the various platforms and media:

OnlineThe FA's website will have a live stream of the events unfolding as they happen.

Twitter: A fun source to follow the events, the FA's account will be updating the matchups in real time.

Live text: The BBC will have one, but I've always preferred The Guardian's live text events. They seem to add in a cheeky anecdote or quote with the individual draws, most notably reporting Steve Bruce's comments following their draw versus Arsenal in the last round.

As for which clubs Arsenal can expect to be drawn against, here are the remaining ones left:

Southampton or Ipswich Town
Stoke City
Blackburn Rovers
Crystal Palace
AFC Wimbledon or Liverpool
Manchester City
West Bromwich Albion
Birmingham City
Aston Villa
AFC Bournemouth
Swansea City
Cardiff City
Bolton Wanderers
Burnley or Tottenham Hotspur
Millwall or Bradford City
Derby County
Brighton & Hove Albion
Fulham or Wolverhampton Wanderers
Leicester City
Scunthorpe United or Chesterfield
Everton or West Ham United
Cambridge United
Sheffield United
Manchester United
Preston North End
Doncaster Rovers or Bristol City