CHERRIES will host Crawley Town in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Crawley stunned Leeds United at the weekend, winning 3-0 to reach this stage.

They have also beaten Torquay United and AFC Wimbledon in the earlier rounds of the competition.

The League Two side are managed by former Cherries coach John Yems, with ex-Cherries player and boss Lee Bradbury also on their coaching staff.

Cherries booked their spot in round four with a 4-1 win over Oldham Athletic on Saturday, thanks to a Joshua King brace as well as goals from David Brooks and Rodrigo Riquelme.

The tie against Crawley is due to take place over the weekend of January 23, meaning Cherries' scheduled Championship tie against Sheffield Wednesday will now be rearranged.

Cherries last faced Crawley in the 2012-13 League One campaign, winning 3-1 at Vitality Stadium with Brett Pitman and Eunan O'Kane among the scorers.

The draw for the fifth round of the competition has also taken place this evening, in a bid to help with fixture scheduling.

Should Cherries beat Crawley, they will then take on either Fulham or Burnley in round five.

The match would take place at either Craven Cottage or Turf Moor.

Cherries have not reached that stage of the competition since the 2015-16 campaign.

The fifth-round ties are scheduled to take place on Wednesday, February 10.

For Cherries, that would fall either side of a Championship fixture against Birmingham City at Vitality Stadium (February 6) and a trip to Nottingham Forest (February 13).