THE FA Cup fourth round has been nothing short of thrilling – and some teams are in need of a replay to settle their encounter.
But one team that does not is non-league side Maidstone after their shock 1-0 away win against Championship outfit Ipswich.
Manchester City finally broke their Tottenham curse by scoring after 102 shots on goal to secure a fifth round spot.
However, the same cannot be said for Chelsea as they were held to a 0-0 draw with Premier League rivals Aston Villa.
When are the FA Cup fourth round replays?
The FA Cup fourth round replays for the 2023/24 edition will commence from Monday, February 5.
It is yet to be confirmed when the final set of replays will take place, but this depends on how many matches need to be scheduled.
Are there FA Cup replays for every round?
In 2020/21 and the 2021/22 season, all replays were scrapped due to a fixture congestion.
But they were brought back in the 2022/23 campaign. for the third and fourth rounds.
However, from the fifth round onwards, there will be NOreplays which means that all matches have to be concluded on the night even if it takes extra time and penalties.
What are the replay fixtures for the FA Cup fourth round?
Chelsea vs Aston Villa is currently the standout fixture that is need of a replay after not being separated at Stamford Bridge.
However, there are several other ties which will have to be contested again.
Below are the fourth round replay fixtures:
Monday, February 5
- Nottingham Forest vs Bristol City
Dates to be announced
- Aston Villa vs Chelsea
- Coventry vs Sheffield Wednesday
- Plymouth vs Leeds