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Arsenal will host Manchester United in the fourth round of the FA Cup after the draw was held following Wolves’ 2-1 win against Liverpool on Monday night that sees Jurgen Klopp’s team exit the competition.

Arsenal with 13 FA Cup wins and United with 12 are the most successful clubs in the world’s oldest knockout competition.

United beat Reading 2-0 in the third round, while Unai Emery’s Arsenal beat Blackpool 3-0 on Saturday. Crystal Palace host Tottenham and Burnley will travel to Manchester City in the only other matches featuring two Premier League teams. A third such instance would occur if Newcastle beat Blackburn in their replay, with the winner hosting Watford.

Several other clubs are awaiting the results of third-round replays to determine opponents, with those matches set for Jan. 15 and 16.

Holders Chelsea were given a home game against one of two lower-league teams, Sheffield Wednesday or Luton.

Giant killers Newport County of League Two (fourth tier), who beat Leicester City in the third round, face a trip to second-tier Middlesbrough, managed by Newport-born Tony Pulis.

Everton face a tricky test at Championship side Millwall, while Barnet, the only non-league team in the last 32, were drawn at home to second-tier Brentford.

The fourth round will be played from Jan. 25-28, with all matches aired live on ESPN+ in the United States.

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Birmingham remain entrenched at the bottom of the Sky Bet Championship after an embarrassing 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Norwich.

The Canaries collected a valuable away victory carved out by a superb first-half goal from the outstanding Alex Pritchard and a second from Josh Murphy.

It was a real dogfight and a dreadful result for a Birmingham side which has now won only two games in 13 outings under manager Steve Cotterill and scored just five goals.

Birmingham, severely handicapped by their lack of strikers, went into the game with only one win in 11 games while Norwich had just one victory in 10 outings which demonstrated why it was such a tense match.

With James Maddison as their playmaker, Norwich were bright and breezy in the opening exchanges but Birmingham battled their way back into contention with some determined moves but failed to create any really serious goalscoring opportunities.

Lukas Jutkiewicz, drafted into the side in place of the suspended Sam Gallagher, failed to make much impression against a Norwich defence which effectively funnelled back at the sight of danger.

Birmingham’s best chance of breaking the deadlock occurred when Jonathan Grounds went on a run finishing with a curling shot towards the far top corner of the net forcing Angus Gunn to make a fingertip save.

Norwich, without the services of Cameron Jerome who had scored three goals in his last two starts against Birmingham, had to mount a defensive blockade with Timm Kiose playing a key role.

The industry of Craig Gardner emerged as an important feature of Birmingham’s play, but the performance of their expensive signing, Jota, left a great deal to be desired.

Birmingham’s commitment to attack left them vulnerable as was demonstrated when Norwich took a 31st-minute lead.

Maddison provided a low pass to the right from a smart set-piece routine, enabling Pritchard to run onto the ball and score with a powerful angled shot.

The goal immediately resulted in Norwich adopting an even more defensive shape in a bid to retain their slender advantage, but they still looked more dangerous than the hosts as Nelson Oliveira was denied a second goal after the break by another smart save from David Stockdale.

Norwich settled the game when Pritchard astutely set up Murphy with a through-ball, and Murphy took the ball around Stockdale to score.

The Birmingham goalkeeper prevented a heavier defeat with two outstanding saves, but there was no way back for Blues.