LONDON — English football's top sides were kept apart in the draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup on Monday, with Manchester United and defending champion Arsenal paired with second-tier opponents.
Arsenal — seeking a third straight FA Cup title — will play at home to Burnley and United was pitted away to Derby County, which is second in the League Championship.
Manchester City will be away at either fourth-tier Wycombe Wanderers or relegation-threatened Premier League side Aston Villa. Liverpool will host West Ham if it gets past Exeter in a replay and Chelsea was given an away match at either Northampton or MK Dons, both lower-league teams.
Non-league Eastleigh, the lowest-ranked team left in the draw, will be rewarded with a home match against Leeds if it beats Bolton in a replay next week.
There is only one guaranteed all-Premier League match-up: Crystal Palace vs. Stoke.
The fourth round takes place from Jan. 29-Feb 1.