Man Utd will play 38th straight televised FA Cup tie if they beat West Ham to reach fourth round
15:24 GMT, 9 January 2013
15:56 GMT, 9 January 2013
Manchester United will play their 38th consecutive televised FA Cup tie if they get past West Ham to reach the fourth round.
The winners of next Wednesday's replay at Old Trafford will host either Fulham or Blackpool live on ESPN on Saturday January 26 at 5.30pm.
It is one of five televised matches – two on ITV and three on ESPN – over the fourth round weekend.
Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City also feature but the two remaining non-League sides, Luton Town and Macclesfield Town, have been snubbed.
On the box: Manchester United, who forced a replay with West Ham thanks to Robin van Persie's late goal on Saturday, will be on the TV for the 38th consecutive FA Cup tie
The Saturday will see ITV show Premier League champions City's visit to either Crystal Palace or Stoke City, with kick-off at 12.45pm.
There will be ESPN action from either Old Trafford or Upton Park on the Saturday evening depending on the outcome of the replay, which is to be broadcast by ITV next week.
On the Sunday three matches will be shown, starting with holders Chelsea's trip to either Brentford or Southend United at midday on ESPN.
Live coverage: ESPN viewers can see Demba Ba's Chelsea in action at either Brentford or Southend on the Sunday
The satellite channel will then show Leeds United or Birmingham City v Tottenham at 2pm, before ITV conclude the weekend's coverage with Oldham Athletic v Liverpool at 4pm.
But there is no place in the schedules for the two non-League survivors – Luton Town, who travel to Premier League Norwich City, or Macclesfield Town, who will welcome either Wigan Athletic or Bournemouth.
All 10 clubs featured will receive 135,850 from the FA's broadcast fund, while those sides who progress to the fifth round also get 90,000.
THE LIVE FOURTH ROUND MATCHES
Saturday January 26 (kick-off times stated)
12.45pm – Stoke City or Crystal Palace v Manchester City ITV1
5.30pm – Manchester United or West Ham v Fulham or Blackpool ESPN
Sunday January 27
12pm – Brentford or Southend United v Chelsea ESPN
2pm – Birmingham City or Leeds United v Tottenham Hotspur ESPN
4pm – Oldham Athletic v Liverpool ITV1