Manchester United will continue their defence of the FA Cup with another home tie against Championship opposition and another reunion.
After beating Jaap Stam’s Reading in the third round, United were drawn against Wigan, managed by their former reserve-team coach Warren Joyce.
Joyce was connected to Old Trafford for more than a decade in different coaching roles before taking over at the DW Stadium in November. Wigan lie 23rd in the Championship and he will hope for a happier return than former defender Stam, whose Reading side were beaten 4-0.
United are going strong in all cup competitions. They are into the EFL Cup semi-finals, starting tonight against Hull, and in the last 32 of the Europa League.
Premier League leaders Chelsea have a local derby at home to Brentford, which should see a return to Stamford Bridge for Josh McEachran. ‘Buzzing,’ tweeted McEachran after the draw.
If they can get past Plymouth in a third-round replay, Liverpool will be at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers, who caused an upset when they knocked out Stoke on Saturday.
Derby, in form under Steve McClaren, were rewarded for toppling Premier League West Brom with an East Midlands derby at home against Leicester.
League One Millwall, having beat top-flight Bournemouth 3-0, may fancy their chances of another upset with Watford drawn at the Den.
League Two Wycombe were excited to secure a trip to Tottenham.
FA Cup Fourth Round Draw
Tottenham v Wycombe – Buy FA Cup Tickets
Derby v Leicester
Oxford v Birmingham/Newcastle
Sutton v Leeds
Liverpool/Plymouth v Wolves
Southampton/Norwich v Arsenal – Buy FA Cup Tickets
Lincoln v Brighton
Chelsea v Brentford – Buy FA Cup Tickets
Manchester United v Wigan – Buy FA Cup Tickets
Millwall v Watford
Rochdale v Huddersfield
Burnley v Bristol City
Blackburn v Blackpool
Fulham v Hull
Middlesbrough v Accrington Stanley
Crystal Palace v Manchester City – Buy FA Cup Tickets
Matches to be played January 27-30