An early first half Scott McTominay’s header proved decisive for Manchester United as they held on by the skin of their teeth to beaten dangerous side Aston Villa 1-0 who had their two goals ruled out by VAR.

While victory against Aston Villa, was a welcome of a relief for under pressure United manager Ralf Rangnick, it was a performance that showed just how much the tactician has to do to stabilize staggering Man United.

Manchester United will now face Middlesbrough in the fourth round of the FA Cup tie.

Kidderminster Harriers, who are currently in the National League North, knocked out Reading on Saturday and have been drawn against the Hammers at home.

Meanwhile, the Blues will welcome League One side Plymouth Argyle, while Championship leaders AFC Bournemouth face Boreham Wood, the National League side first debut in the FA Cup fourth round.

The FA Cup holders Leicester City will take on Nottingham Forest, whilst Cardiff City will have to travel to Anfield to play Liverpool.

Meanwhile, there will be at least three all-Premier League ties, as Everton at home will face Brentford, Tottenham Hotspur dug it out against Brighton and Norwich City will launch the fourth round campaign against Wolverhampton Wonderers.

Crystal Palace vs Hartlepool United
Bournemouth vs Boreham Wood
Huddersfield vs Barnsley
Peterborough United vs Queens Park Rangers
Cambridge United vs Luton Town
Southampton vs Coventry City
Chelsea vs Plymouth Argyle
Everton vs Brentford

Kidderminster Harriers vs West Ham United
Manchester United vs Middlesbrough
Tottenham vs Brighton & Hove Albion
Liverpool vs Cardiff City
Stoke City vs Wigan Athletic
Nottingham Forest vs Leicester City
Manchester City vs Fulham
Wolves vs Norwich City

Ties will be played over the weekend of 5 February 2022.