National League North side Kidderminster Harriers have drawn Premier League club West Ham in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup.
Kidderminster caused the upset of the Third Round, defeating Championship side Reading 2-1 at home. Fellow Non-League outfit Boreham Wood were rewarded for their 2-0 win over AFC Wimbledon with an away visit to Championship side Bournemouth.
League One Cambridge United will host Luton Town after defeating Premier League strugglers Newcastle United at St James’ Park.
Leicester City will visit local rivals Nottingham Forest, after the Championship club scored a late winner to defeat Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal. This is the only the second time in 26 years that Arsenal have been knocked out in the Third Round.
There are three all-Premier League ties in the Fourth Round.
Antonio Conte’s Tottenham welcome Brighton to North London, while Dean Smith’s Norwich are away to Wolverhampton Wanderers. Everton will play host to Brentford after overcoming Championship side Hull City 3-2 in extra-time.
Manchester United host Aston Villa on Monday night, with the victor playing host to Championship promotion hopefuls Middlesborough. Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea will play host to League One high-flyers Plymouth Argyle, Liverpool welcome Cardiff City to Anfield, and Championship side Fulham travel to the Etihad to face Premier League leagues Manchester City.
Crystal Palace welcome Hartlepool United to Selhurst Park after the League Two side knocked out Championship club Blackpool, while Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Southampton host Coventry City. Stoke City host 2013 FA Cup winners Wigan Athletic after the Latics defeated Championship side Blackburn Rovers.
There are two all-Championship ties, with Huddersfield Town facing Barnsley at home in a Yorkshire derby and Peterborough playing host to QPR.