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Last Updated: Wednesday, 16 January 2008, 22:05 GMT
FA Cup fourth round draw
Havant & Waterlooville players celebrate their heroic draw
Havant & Waterlooville enjoyed their draw with Swansea at the weekend
Non-league Havant & Waterlooville face a dream trip to Anfield in the FA Cup fourth round after their stunning replay win over Swansea.

Manchester United will host Tottenham after Robbie Keane's solitary strike disposed of Reading in their replay.

Arsenal will host Kevin Keegan's Newcastle after the Magpies beat Stoke in their replay.

West Brom earned a trip to Peterborough after beating Championship rivals Charlton on penalties on Tuesday.

In Tuesday's other third-round replays, League Two Bury secured a 2-1 win over Championship Norwich and will play Southampton at St Mary's while Millwall face a trip to Coventry after a 2-1 win over Walsall.

On Wednesday, League Two Hereford beat League One Tranmere and will travel to Cardiff for their fourth round tie.

And Manchester City saw off Premier League rivals West Ham to secure a fourth round clash away to Sheffield United.

606: DEBATE
Giant-killers Oldham and Huddersfield have drawn each other, while League Two's Mansfield host Middlesbrough.

The possibility of Liverpool hosting a team five leagues below them has caught the imagination.

"It's a fantastic draw - it couldn't have gone much better," Havant player-manager Charlie Oatway told BBC Radio 5 Live before his side's win over Swansea.

"I think we'll have the old tin hats on if we get that far. But it's great to see that light at the end of the tunnel in the shape of a big club like Liverpool."

We've got a Premier League club at home and we're looking forward to it

Mansfield boss Billy Dearden

Meanwhile, Mansfield manager Billy Dearden, whose side are second from bottom in League Two, admitted getting past Middlesbrough would be a tall order.

"They are a top-class team, we'll have to be at our best to get any kind of result," said the Stags boss, whose side beat Brighton on Saturday.

"But it's a tremendous draw. We've got a Premier League club at home and we're looking forward to it."

The draw - conducted by former FA Cup winners Alan Cork and John Aldridge - ensured that at least seven non-Premier League teams will make it through to the last 16.

The ties will all take place over the weekend of 26-27 January.


Full draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup

Arsenal v Newcastle
Coventry v Millwall
Oldham v Huddersfield Town
Barnet v Bristol Rovers
Wigan v Chelsea
Liverpool v Havant & Waterlooville
Southend v Barnsley
Southampton v Bury
Man Utd v Tottenham
Portsmouth v Plymouth
Derby v Preston
Watford v Wolves
Peterborough v West Brom
Sheff Utd v Man City
Mansfield v Middlesbrough
Hereford v Cardiff

Ties to be played on 26 & 27 January



SEE ALSO
Havant & W'looville 4-2 Swansea
16 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Newcastle 4-1 Stoke
16 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Man City 1-0 West Ham
16 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Hereford 1-0 Tranmere
16 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Liverpool 5-0 Luton
15 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Reading 0-1 Tottenham
15 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Millwall 2-1 Walsall
15 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
West Brom 2-2 Charlton (aet)
14 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Bury 2-1 Norwich
15 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Havant delighted to earn replay
06 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Huddersfield 2-1 Birmingham
05 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Brighton 1-2 Mansfield
05 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
Swansea 1-1 Havant & W'looville
05 Jan 08 |  FA Cup
FA Cup photos
06 Jan 08 |  Football


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