Arsenal and Manchester United’s FA Cup fourth-round tie will be played out under Friday night lights after the game was selected for TV coverage.
The Gunners’ clash with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United at the Emirates Stadium is the headline fixture of the fourth-round draw.
That match will kick-off the FA Cup weekend, with the Football Association confirming the tie will be played on January 25 at 7.55pm and shown by BBC One.
The Arsenal and United game is one of seven matches selected for broadcast.
Championship side Millwall’s clash against Everton will be shown on BBC One at 5.30pm the following day, with BT Sport hosting the 12.30pm kick-off between Accrington and Derby or Southampton.
BT Sport will also broadcast West Ham’s trip to AFC Wimbledon at 7.45pm on January 26, along with the all-Premier League encounter between Crystal Palace and Tottenham at 4pm on the Sunday.
The winner of the third-round replay between Sheffield Wednesday and Luton will head to Chelsea at 6pm on January 27 in a fixture broadcast by BBC One.
The FA Cup fourth-round weekend will end with non-league Barnet hosting Brentford on January 28 with a 7.45pm kick-off on BT Sport.