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Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur headlines BT Sport’s FA Cup fourth round TV picks

BT Sport will be showing the all-Premier League clash between Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur as one of four live FA Cup fourth round games.

BT Sport will be showing the all-Premier League clash between Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur as one of four live FA Cup fourth round games.

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We’re also broadcasting AFC Wimbledon and West Ham United’s second meeting this season and the clash between non-league Barnet – the lowest-ranked club left in the competition – and Brentford.

Accrington Stanley against either Derby County or Southampton, who meet in a third round replay on Wednesday 16 January, will also be shown live on BT Sport.

The matches will take place across the last weekend of January and will all be aired live on BT Sport 2 and in 4K UHD.

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League One Accrington’s reward for beating Championship Ipswich in round three will be hosting either Frank Lampard’s Derby or Premier League strugglers Southampton.

The Rams travel to St Mary's Stadium on determine who will travel north on Saturday 26 January and kick start BT Sport’s fourth round coverage.

We’ll be live from the Crown Ground at 12.30pm as the first part of our Saturday double-header before heading south to another League One ground.

At 7.45pm, Kingsmeadow will play host to Manuel Pellegrini's West Ham as the two meet for the second time this season live on BT Sport 2.

The Hammers survived a scare in August as they came from behind to beat Wimbledon 3-1 in the Carabao Cup third round and hand their new boss his first win.

Then on Sunday we’re showing the clash between London rivals Palace and Tottenham as Spurs look to back up their November victory at Selhurst Park.

Juan Foyth’s first goal for Mauricio Pochettino’s men was enough to secure victory that day and the two will go head-to-head from 4pm on Sunday 27.

Rounding off our coverage will be the meeting between two sides nicknamed “The Bees” at The Hive Stadium on Monday 28 January at 7.45pm.

Having shocked Sheffield United, a team 84 places higher than them in the last round, Barnet will look to record another cup upset when they take on Championship Brentford.

FA Cup fourth round fixtures on BT Sport

  • Accrington Stanley v Derby County or Southampton, Saturday 26 January, 12.30pm – BT Sport 2 and 4K UHD
     
  • AFC Wimbledon v West Ham United, Saturday 26 January, 7.45pm – BT Sport 2 and 4K UHD
     
  • Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur, Sunday 27 January, 4pm – BT Sport 2 and 4K UHD
     
  • Barnet v Brentford, Monday 28 January, 7.45pm – BT Sport 2 and 4K UHD

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