Birmingham or Newcastle v Reading or Burnley
Manchester United v Portsmouth
West Ham v Watford
Chelsea v Nottingham Forest
Crystal Palace v Preston
Back in November, United beat Portsmouth, presently sixth in the table, 3-0 in a league match at Old Trafford.
Ties to be played on January 27th and 28th
In another top-six clash, Arsenal (fourth) are at home to Bolton (fifth), the third successive season they have been drawn together in the competition.
Arsenal beat Bolton 1-0 in the sixth round en route to winning the Cup in the 2004-05 season but Bolton won last season’s fourth round tie by the same score at the Reebok Stadium. Derby v Bristol Rovers
Arsenal v Bolton
Leicester or Fulham v Stoke
Sheffield Wednesday or Manchester City v Southampton
West Ham and Watford can both put their relegation worries to one side for a day when they meet in the only other definite all-Premier League tie at Upton Park.
Cardiff or Tottenham v Southend or Barnsley
Bristol City or Coventry v Hull or Middlesbrough.
Barnet or Colchester United v Peterborough or Plymouth
LONDON, England — Premier League leaders Manchester United will face high-flyers Portsmouth at Old Trafford in the FA Cup, after the draw for the fourth round was made on Monday.
Bolton have become something of a bogey side for Arsenal, having lost only once to the north London side in their last seven league and cup meetings.
Both sides were involved in all-Premier League clashes last weekend, with Portsmouth beating Wigan 2-1 at Fratton Park and United defeating Aston Villa 2-1 with an injury-time winner.
Wolverhampton or Oldham v West Bromwich Albion
Blackpool v Norwich
Queens Park Rangers or Luton v Blackburn Rovers
Chester or Ipswich v Swansea
Arsenal have already overcome Premier League opposition in this season’s FA Cup, knocking out holders Liverpool with a 3-1 win at Anfield last weekend.
Fourth round draw:
They now face third division promotion hopefuls Nottingham Forest, who knocked out Premier League Charlton Athletic 2-0.
This year’s final on May 19 is expected to be the first back at the new Wembley stadium after six years in Cardiff.
Chelsea were handed another relatively easy home tie after beating fourth division Macclesfield Town 6-1 on Saturday