Crystal Palace’s home tie with Tottenham Hotspur in the fourth round of the FA Cup will take place on Sunday, January 27 and kick off at 4pm, it has been confirmed.
And the London derby has been picked for live television coverage on BT Sport.
It is one of seven games picked for live television coverage in the fourth round of the competition, with Arsenal’s home game against Manchester United taking place on Friday, January 25, with kick off at 7.
That game will be shown on the BBC.
The BBC will also show Millwall’s home game with Everton the following day, with kick off at 5.
30pm, while Chelsea’s home game against either Sheffield Wednesday or Luton Town will be shown live on Sunday, January 27 at 6pm.
BT Sport will also show Accrington Stanley’s home game against either Derby County or Southampton on Saturday, January 26, with kick off at 12.
30pm, while West Ham’s trip to face AFC Wimbledon will be shown live later that day, kicking off at 7.
The last tie of the round to be played will be between Barnet and Brentford, with the game live on BT Sport on Monday, January 28, with kick off at 7.
Palace have announced that tickets for the Spurs game will be on sale from 11am today (Friday) to season ticket holders via all the usual methods, but are limited to two tickets per holder.
Paid members can purchase online from 17.
30 GMT today (Friday), also limited to two tickets per member.
General Admission tickets are not available to non-members.
Tickets can be purchased for Block E in the Lower Holmesdale Road Stand, which will once again become a dedicated singing section.
Tickets are priced £25 for adults, £15 for students, seniors and 18-21 year olds, and £10 for under 18s.