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FA Cup Fourth Round, Saturday: Open Thread

FA Cup1 FA Cup Fourth Round, Saturday: Open Thread

In the middle of a hectic January transfer window, the clubs throughout England and Wales are switching gears and participating today in the FA Cup Fourth Round. Based on the fixtures below, there’s the opportunity for quite a few upsets.

Here’s today’s TV schedule for soccer fans in the United States:

Bournemouth vs Liverpool (FA Cup), 7:45am, FOX Sports 1, FOX Deportes and FOX Soccer 2Go
Sunderland vs Kidderminster Harriers (FA Cup), 10am, FOX Sports 1, FOX Deportes and FOX Soccer 2Go
Bolton vs Cardiff City (FA Cup), 10am, FOX Sports 2 and FOX Soccer 2Go
Southend vs Hull City (FA Cup), 10am, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Soccer 2Go
Stevenage vs Everton (FA Cup), 12:30pm, FOX Soccer Plus, FOX Deportes and FOX Soccer 2Go

Here’s the complete schedule for the FA Cup Fourth Round.

The matches being played today that are not televised or being shown live on the Internet are:

Southampton vs Yeovil Town, 10am
Huddersfield vs Charlton, 10am
Port Vale vs Brighton, 10am
Rochdale vs Sheffield Wednesday, 10am
Wigan vs Crystal Palace, 10am
Manchester City vs Watford, 10am
Birmingham City vs Swansea, 10am

Your best bet to follow the above FA Cup games that are not being shown on TV or Internet is to listen for match reports via TalkSport.co.uk.

Before, during or after today’s matches, join the conversation in the comments section below with fellow soccer fans from around the world.

Have a wonderful Saturday.


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