Mourinho's Chelsea and Stoke will be the only Premier League sides to play each other in the FA Cup's fourth round.
Mourinho's Chelsea and Stoke will be the only Premier League sides to play each other in the FA Cup's fourth round.
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LONDON (AP) - England's top teams were kept apart in the draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup on Sunday, with Premier League leader Arsenal facing third-tier Coventry and Chelsea pitted against fellow top-flight side Stoke.

Provided it beats Blackburn in a replay, Manchester City will also be playing at home against either Bristol City or Watford, who both play in the lower leagues.

Swansea's reward for beating Manchester United in the third round is a trip to either Birmingham, Bristol Rovers or Crawley while Everton must travel to third-tier Stevenage.

Chelsea-Stoke is the only all-Premier League match.

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