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BT Sport to show Liverpool and Tottenham as FA Cup fourth round TV matches are revealed

Liverpool v West Brom, Newport County v Tottenham, Norwich/Chelsea v Newcastle and Peterborough v Fleetwood/Leicester will be shown live on BT Sport across the final weekend of January.

FOOTBALL 12/01/18 09:59

BT Sport will be showing four matches from the FA Cup fourth round across Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th of January as TV games are revealed.

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Peterborough v Fleetwood Town or Leicester City will begin a Saturday triple header on BT Sport 2 and in 4K UHD, with kick off at 12.30pm.

BT Sport Score will then take you through all of the 3pm games, before Newport County welcome Tottenham Hotspur as they aim for another giant killing at 5.30pm.

The all-Premier League clash between Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion rounds off our Saturday coverage, with kick off at Anfield at 7.45pm.

Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle United will then travel to either Norwich City or Chelsea on Sunday 28th for a 1.30pm start on BT Sport 2 and in 4K UHD.

As well as being broadcast on TV, a live stream of every match will be provided on the BT Sport app and on BTSport.com.

The enhanced player – which you can see in action here – will provide viewers with an unrivalled experience on both digital platforms and will be available for every game.

If you’re not yet a BT Sport subscriber – the only place showing the FA Cup, the Premier League and the Champions Leaguewe can get you signed up in just 15 minutes right here!

If you join by Tuesday 16th January, you will also be able to watch the Fleetwood v Leicester replay which will be broadcast exclusively live on BT Sport 2 from 7pm.

Virgil van Dijk’s debut winner edged Liverpool past great rivals Everton in the third round, with Alan Pardew getting his first West Brom win against Exeter to send the Baggies through.

Harry Kane continued his goal scoring exploits to help Tottenham beat AFC Wimbledon at Wembley, with Newport causing a heroic upset at home to Championship outfit Leeds.

Newcastle saw off League Two leaders Luton thanks to three goals in a nine-minute spell and will face the winner of the Norwich v Chelsea replay – after the two played out a 0-0 first time around.

Peterborough downed Aston Villa in round three, netting three times late on at Villa Park, and will wait to see who comes out on top at the King Power Stadium when Leicester welcome Fleetwood.

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