Saturday's North London Derby will be the highest-profile match in the fourth round of the FA Cup. All of the Premier League's best teams have avoided difficult draws. Chelsea will have to take on Stoke if they can get past Derby, but they're the only top-eight side that will have to play another team from the Premier League.
Arsenal will host Coventry, which is a great draw for the visitors from a financial perspective. They've had serious struggles financially in the last couple of years and could benefit greatly from the payday. Manchester United faces a potentially tricky tie away to Birmingham, while Manchester City could face Watford if they get past Blackburn.
Fourth round ties will be played the week of January 25.
Sunderland or Carlisle vs. Kidderminster or Peterborough
Bolton Wanderers vs. Cardiff City
Southampton vs. Yeovil
Huddersfield Town vs. Charlton or Oxford
Port Vale or Plymouth vs. Brighton
Nottingham Forest vs. Ipswich or Preston
Southend vs. Hull City
Rochdale vs. Macclesfield or Sheffield Wednesday
Arsenal vs. Coventry City
Stevenage vs. Everton
Wigan or MK Dons vs. Crystal Palace
Derby or Chelsea vs. Stoke City
Blackburn or Manchester City vs. Bristol City or Watford
Bournemouth or Burnley vs. Liverpool or Oldham
Birmingham or Bristol Rovers/Crawley vs. Manchester United or Swansea
Sheffield United vs. Norwich or Fulham