Man City v Arsenal – 20:00 Friday 27th January.
The story of the season has been Arsenal’s rise to the top of the Premier League table as the student Mikel Arteta has risen above the teacher Pep Guardiola’s Man City.
The is will be the first clash between the teams this season and Arsenal’s trip to Manchester couldn’t come under better circumstances.
Arsenal have won 5 of their last 6 games and with the dual threat of Martin Odegaard & Bakayo Saka, they will pose a big threat to Man City’s defense.
Accrington Stanley v Leeds – 12:30 Saturday 28th January.
The FA Cup is known for it’s giant killings and Saturday’s lunch time kick off could be set for another one.
League One Accrington Stanley host Premier League strugglers Leeds United whose only win since the World Cup break came in an FA Cup 3rd round replay against Championship side Cardiff.
Stanley however have their own struggles, sitting 20th in the league with just 1 win in their last 6 league games so they will need some FA Cup luck to overcome their Premier League opponents.
Brighton v Liverpool – 13:30 Sunday 29th January.
Just the 2nd all Premier League tie of the 4th round sees the high flying Seagulls take on Jurgen Klopp’s struggling Liverpool.
Brighton come into this one sat 6th in the league & with 3 wins in their last 4 games – including a dominant 3-0 win over Liverpool at the Amex.
Liverpool however overcame Premier League opposition in the 3rd round and will need to do so again here. Surely Jurgen Klopp and his side will be hoping to avoid a repeat performance from that 3-0 demolition at the hands of Brighton just 2 weeks ago.