The FA are bloody mad and that is the only way to explain a game kicking off at 6pm on a Sunday.
Chelsea will face the winner of the FA Cup third-round replay between Sheffield Wednesday and Luton on Sunday 27 January at 6pm, live on BBC One.
So if Sheffield Wednesday win and book a fourth-round tie at Stamford Bridge, they had better not be using public transport.
The FA Cup fourth-round ties will kick off on Friday 25 January, when Arsenal host Manchester United at 7.55pm.
Other games chosen for television coverage include Everton’s visit to Millwall, Wimbledon’s clash with West Ham, and Crystal Palace’s game with Tottenham. Liverpool won’t be on the TV for some reason.
FA Cup fourth-round TV schedule
Friday 25 January
Arsenal v Manchester United (BBC One, 7.55pm)
Saturday 26 January
Accrington Stanley v Derby County or Southampton (BT Sport, 12.30pm)
Millwall v Everton (BBC One, 5.30pm)
AFC Wimbledon v West Ham United (BT Sport, 7.45pm)
Sunday 27 January
Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur (BT Sport, 4pm)
Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday or Luton Town (BBC One, 6pm)
Monday 28 January
Barnet v Brentford (BT Sport, 7.45pm)