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Coventry handed plum FA Cup fourth-round tie at Arsenal

5 January 2014 15:31

Former top-flight side Coventry City will travel to Premier League leaders Arsenal in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Coventry, the winners of the competition in 1987, have suffered financial problems since their 34-year stay in England's top division came to an end in 2001.

Steven Pressley's side currently sit 10th in League One, having been hampered by a 10-point deduction for going into administration and play their home games at Sixfields in Northampton after being forced to leave their own home, the Ricoh Arena.

Chelsea will host Stoke City in what would be the only all-Premier League tie should Jose Mourinho's men come through Sunday's third-round tie against Derby County, while Manchester City, who drew with Blackburn Rovers on Saturday, could face Bristol City or Watford in round four.

Former Hull City boss Phil Brown, now in charge of League Two Southend United, has been handed a reunion with his old club at Roots Hall.

Elsewhere, Manchester United or Swansea City face an away game at Birmingham City, Bristol Rovers or Crawley, with the latter two yet to play their second-round tie.

If Liverpool see off Oldham Athletic, they will head to Bournemouth or Burton Albion, while Everton are away to Stevenage, another lower-league side.

The two non-league sides still in the competition, Kidderminster Harriers and Macclesfield Town, must come through third-round replays.

Kidderminster or Peterborough United have been drawn against Sunderland or Carlisle United, while Macclesfield or Sheffield Wednesday will visit League Two Rochdale, who knocked out Leeds United in the third round.

Holders Wigan Athletic were held to a 3-3 draw by MK Dons on Saturday and the winner of their replay will host Crystal Palace.

The draw in full:

Sunderland or Carlisle United v Kidderminster Harriers or Peterborough United

Bolton Wanderers v Cardiff City

Southampton v Yeovil Town

Huddersfield Town v Charlton Athletic or Oxford United

Port Vale or Plymouth Argyle v Brighton & Hove Albion

Nottingham Forest v Ipswich Town or Preston North End

Southend United v Hull City

Rochdale v Macclesfield Town or Sheffield Wednesday

Arsenal v Coventry City

Stevenage v Everton

Wigan Athletic or MK Dons v Crystal Palace

Derby County or Chelsea v Stoke City

Blackburn Rovers or Manchester City v Bristol City or Watford

AFC Bournemouth or Burton Albion v Liverpool or Oldham Athletic

Birmingham City or Bristol Rovers or Crawley Town v Manchester United or Swansea City

Sheffield United v Norwich City or Fulham

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