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FA Youth Cup Fourth Round Draw

The draw for the FA Youth Cup Fourth Round has taken place today at Wembley.

Cup holders Manchester United will face Derby in the fourth round, after the Rams impressively overcame Arsenal in the third round.

Free-scoring Southampton have been handed a trip up north to face Bolton and Swansea, who provided the biggest shock of the round when they beat Liverpool, will face Portsmouth.

All ties will be played in the next few weeks and must be completed by Saturday 21st January 2012.

Full FA Youth Cup Fourth Round Draw

Bolton Wanderers v Southampton
Charlton Athletic v Leicester City
Cardiff City v Stevenage or Tottenham Hotspur
Queens Park Rangers v Everton
Reading v West Bromwich Albion
Stoke City v Brentford
Burnley v Ipswich Town
Blackburn Rovers v Bristol Rovers or Coventry City
Swindon Town v Manchester City
Nottingham Forest v Wigan Athletic
Norwich City v Chelsea
Portsmouth v Swansea City
Manchester United v Derby County
Newcastle United v Watford
West Ham United v Brighton & Hove Albion
Peterborough United v Fulham

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