Lowest-ranked side Kidderminster Harriers will host David Moyes’ West Ham in the fourth round of the FA Cup as the draw was revealed on Saturday evening.
In some other stand out ties, Plymouth will travel to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea and holders Leicester City could be taking part in a midlands derby against Nottingham Forest – if they beat Arsenal.
The FA Cup will surely deliver more drama in the fourth roundGetty
The third round saw some brilliant upsets and none more so than at St. James’ Park where Cambridge United knocked out the richest club in the world, Newcastle United.
The League one side will fancy themselves to progress into the fifth round as they host Championship side Luton Town at home.
Elsewhere, Liverpool, who overcame Shrewsbury Town on Saturday, will welcome Cardiff City at Anfield.
There are also three full Premier League match ups where Everton will take on Brentford, Wolves will host Norwich City and Tottenham will face Brighton.
Manchester United will face Middlesbrough should they get past Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa on Monday, while Man City will host Fulham at the Etihad Stadium.
The to be played over the first weekend in February.
Liverpool will take on Cardiff City for the first time since 2019NurPhoto
The Fourth Round draw in full
Crystal Palace v Hartlepool
Bournemouth v Boreham Wood
Huddersfield v Barnsley
Peterborough v QPR
Cambridge United v Luton Town
Southampton v Coventry City
Chelsea vs Plymouth Argyle
Everton v Brentford
Kidderminster Harriers v West Ham
Manchester United or Aston Villa v Middlesbrough
Tottenham v Brighton
Liverpool v Cardiff City
Stoke City v Wigan Athletic
Nottingham Forest or Arsenal v Leicester
Manchester City v Fulham
Wolves v Norwich
Undoubtedly the biggest match up to have come from the draw is Kidderminster’s tie against Premier League giants West Ham United.
Competing in the national league, the side based near Birmingham overcame Championship outfit Reading in the third round 2-1.
It will also be the second time the two have met with their last meeting occurring in 1994 also in the FA Cup where the Irons secured a 1-0 win at Aggborough Stadium.
In a buoyant mood, the club sent a message to West Ham on social media platform Twitter looking forward to their fourth round tie.
We look forward to welcoming you to Aggborough again… it’s been a while https://t.co/HgLBo7u0kh
— Kidderminster Harriers (@khfcofficial) January 9, 2022