National League North’s Kidderminster Harriers drew West Ham in the headline tie of Fourth Round draw for 2021-22 FA Cup.
Kidderminster came from behind to eliminate Reading in the Third Round and will now host West Ham at Aggborough in the stand-out tie of the Fourth Round.
Reigning FA Cup champions, Leicester City will visit Nottingham Forest at the City Ground in a Midlands derby clash, after Forest dumped out the Foxes’ FA Cup title predecessors – Arsenal in a shock cupset in the Third Round.
Hartlepool’s reward for knocking out Blackpool to reach this stage for the first time since 2008-09 season is an away trip to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
Elsewhere, the winner of Manchester United’s tie against Aston Villa will host Chris Wilder’s Middlesbrough in a tricky clash.
Tottenham and Everton face all Premier League ties as both teams host Brighton and Brentford respectively at home.
Six-time winners, Manchester City will host Fulham at the Etihad Stadium at this stage of the competition for the second time in three seasons, having emerged 4-0 winners over the Cottagers in 2019-20 tournament en route to their semi-final exit.
National League’s Boreham Wood face a tricky trip to Bournemouth as Luke Garrard’s Wood seek to extend their longest-ever FA Cup run, yet face a tricky encounter against Scott Parker’s Cherries.
Fourth Round ties are scheduled to be played across the weekend of 4-7 February 2022, upon resumption of domestic footballing action following a catch-up international break which doesn’t involve countries participating in UEFA competitions.
The winning teams of this round will be awarded £90,000 each in prize money, whilst the losing teams will exit with no further prize money than the total amount already amassed during their runs in this competition this season.
|Home Team||v||Away Team|
|Crystal Palace||v||Hartlepool United|
|Cambridge United||v||Luton Town|
|Kidderminster Harriers||v||West Ham|
|Tottenham Hotspur||v||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|Stoke City||v||Wigan Athletic|
|Nottingham Forest||v||Leicester City|