FA Cup fourth round: BT Sport to broadcast 11 games including Chorley v Wolves and Wycombe v Tottenham

Eleven of 16 fourth-round fixtures will be shown live on BT Sport from 22-25 January, including non-league Chorley’s latest glamour tie.

Published: 27 January 2021 - 4.35pm

The FA Cup continues with 11 fourth-round ties exclusively live on BT Sport, including non-league Chorley v Premier League Wolves and Wycombe v Tottenham.

Five matches will be broadcast on BT Sport 1 HD with the remaining six available on our digital platforms and BT Sport Extra channels.

See the full list of fixtures below as we have you covered from Friday 22 January right through until Monday 25 January on a busy weekend of action from the world’s oldest cup competition.

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Chorley v Wolves

Date

Friday 22 January

Kick-off

7.45pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Southampton or Shrewsbury v Arsenal

Date

Saturday 23 January

Kick-off

12.15pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Bournemouth v Crawley

Date

Saturday 23 January

Kick-off

3pm

Channel

BT Sport Extra 2 HD

Brighton v Blackpool

Date

Saturday 23 January

Kick-off

3pm

Channel

BT Sport Extra 3 HD

Swansea v Nottingham Forest

Date

Saturday 23 January

Kick-off

3pm

Channel

BT Sport Extra 4 HD

Barnsley v Norwich

Date

Saturday 23 January

Kick-off

3pm

Channel

BT Sport Extra 5 HD

Millwall v Bristol City

Date

Saturday 23 January

Kick-off

3pm

Channel

BT Sport Extra 6 HD

Brentford v Leicester

Date

Sunday 24 January

Kick-off

2.30pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Fulham v Burnley

Date

Sunday 24 January

Kick-off

2.30pm

Channel

BT Sport Extra 2 HD

Everton v Sheffield Wednesday

Date

Sunday 24 January

Kick-off

8pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Wycombe v Tottenham

Date

Monday 25 January

Kick-off

7.45pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Fixture

Date

Kick-off

Channel

Chorley v Wolves

Friday 22 January

7.45pm

BT Sport 1 HD

Southampton or Shrewsbury v Arsenal

Saturday 23 January

12.15pm

BT Sport 1 HD

Bournemouth v Crawley

Saturday 23 January

3pm

BT Sport Extra 2 HD

Brighton v Blackpool

Saturday 23 January

3pm

BT Sport Extra 3 HD

Swansea v Nottingham Forest

Saturday 23 January

3pm

BT Sport Extra 4 HD

Barnsley v Norwich

Saturday 23 January

3pm

BT Sport Extra 5 HD

Millwall v Bristol City

Saturday 23 January

3pm

BT Sport Extra 6 HD

Brentford v Leicester

Sunday 24 January

2.30pm

BT Sport 1 HD

Fulham v Burnley

Sunday 24 January

2.30pm

BT Sport Extra 2 HD

Everton v Sheffield Wednesday

Sunday 24 January

8pm

BT Sport 1 HD

Wycombe v Tottenham

Monday 25 January

7.45pm

BT Sport 1 HD

A huge weekend of cup football gets underway on Friday 22 January when National League North side Chorley, who beat a depleted Derby County in the third round, host Premier League Wolves at Victory Park.

Sixth-tier Chorley, who beat 2013 winners Wigan and Peterborough to reach the third round, saw off the Rams who were forced to field a youth side after a significant Covid-19 outbreak.

They celebrated the win with a sing-along of the classic Adele hit ‘Someone Like You’ that captured the attention of the singer herself and the Magpies will be hoping their love affair with the competition continues against Premier League opposition.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s men beat Crystal Palace 1-0 to reach the fourth round and they have the opportunity to avenge a 3-0 loss to Chorley in the FA Cup in 1986.

On Saturday 23 January, the winners of the rearranged third-round match between Shrewsbury and Southampton will host holders Arsenal.

The third round clash between League One Shrewsbury and Saints is also available on BT Sport, with coverage of the 8pm kick off on Tuesday 19 January on BT Sport 2 HD.

The Gunners needed extra-time to beat Newcastle, but Mikel Arteta will be eyeing back-to-back FA Cup wins after an upturn in form.

We have five more games on Saturday afternoon exclusively on our digital platforms and BT Sport Extra channels.

Bournemouth v Crawley, Brighton v Blackpool, Swansea v Nottingham Forest, Barnsley v Norwich and Millwall v Bristol City are all live from 3pm.

There are two more potential upsets on Sunday 24 January when Championship Brentford host Leicester City and Sheffield Wednesday travel to Everton.

Leicester powered into the fourth round after beating Stoke 4-0 but will have to be on their mettle against Thomas Frank’s impressive Brentford.

Everton will be confident of overcoming Sheffield Wednesday, but will be wary of the Owls who have improved since the dismissal of Tony Pulis.

We also have an all-Premier League clash between Fulham and Burnley, available to watch on BT Sport Extra 2 HD and online.

The fourth round concludes on Monday 25 January when Wycombe welcome Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham to Adams Park.

The Chairboys have struggled to make their mark on the Championship so far but will be dreaming of a famous upset after seeing off Preston in the third round.

Spurs eased past Marine of the eighth tier of English football and are one of the favourites to lift the trophy in May.