FA Cup fourth round: How to follow the action on BBC Sport
|FA Cup fourth round on the BBC|
|Date: 25-28 January|
|Coverage of all matches, including highlights, across the BBC Sport website and app; Millwall v Everton and Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday live on BBC One; extensive coverage on BBC Radio 5 live and local radio; live text commentary on the BBC Sport website|
Premier League side Everton's FA Cup fourth-round tie at Championship club Millwall on Saturday (17:30 GMT) is one of two ties to be shown live on BBC One and online over the weekend.
Holders Chelsea face Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday (18:00 GMT), while Arsenal were beaten 3-1 by Manchester United in Friday's game.
BBC Sport will cover all 16 round four ties on television, radio and online.
The draw for the fifth round is live on Monday's The One Show from 19:00.
Mark Chapman will present the draw and will be joined in the studio by two-time Arsenal FA Cup winner Ian Wright and former Arsenal and England player Alex Scott.
Gary Lineker, an FA Cup winner with Tottenham in 1991, will present both live games on BBC One.
Jason Mohammad and guests react to Saturday's action on FA Cup Final Score on BBC One from 16:30. Final Score can also be watched on the Red Button, BBC Sport website, mobile, tablet and connected TV from 14:30.
BBC Radio 5 live and 5 live sports extra will have commentary of nine games across the fourth-round weekend. BBC local radio stations up and down the country will provide commentary from all 16 ties on the BBC Sport website and app.
You can also follow in-play clips of all the goals and key incidents from the non-15:00 GMT Saturday games shortly after they've happened.
There is a Match of the Day FA Cup highlights show on both Saturday and Sunday on BBC One.
Gabby Logan presents Saturday's programme from 22:20, while Manish Bhasin fronts Sunday's programme at 22:30.