FORMER Taunton Town goalkeeper Matt Urwin is in line to face Wolverhampton Wanderers in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Urwin, who joined the Peacocks on loan from Blackburn Rovers in 2012, helped National League North side Chorley defeat Championship outfit Derby County in the third round.

Derby were missing their entire first team squad, boss Wayne Rooney and most of their under-23 side due to a Covid-19 outbreak, and Chorley took full advantage to record a 2-0 win.

Their reward is a home tie with Wolves, to be played over the weekend of January 23-24 - and victory could set up a fifth round meeting with 14-time FA Cup winners Arsenal.

Arsenal are to go to either Southampton or Shrewsbury in the fourth round, and the winner of that match will visit Chorley or Wolves on February 9/10/11.

Wellington footballer Tom Nichols, meanwhile, will be up against Championship side Bournemouth in the fourth round, as Crawley Town look to build on their shock win over Leeds United at the weekend.

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Nichols, a former Court Fields School pupil, provided an assist in Crawley's 3-0 victory against Marcelo Bielsa's team, and the League Two team are away to the Cherries next.

Should they win that one, they will visit either Fulham or Burnley in the fifth round.

Other fourth round ties include Cheltenham Town v Manchester City, Manchester United v Liverpool, Millwall v Bristol City, Sheffield United v Plymouth and Wycombe Wanderers v Tottenham.