The National League North side are the lowest-ranked club left in the competition and their reward for dumping out Championship side Reading is a home game against David Moyes’ flying Hammers
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Kidderminster Harriers' FA Cup clash against West Ham United will be televised live on the BBC.
The non-league side are the lowest-ranked team remaining in the world's oldest cup competition after dumping out Championship side Reading in round three.
The sixth tier club will welcome David Moyes' Premier League Hammers to Aggborough on Saturday, February 5 at 12.30pm.
The game will be screened live on BBC One and the BBC iPlayer.
It is one of six selections made on fourth round weekend, with two on the BBC and four games on ITV. The action begins on Friday (February 4) when Manchester United welcome Championship side Middlesbrough to Old Trafford.
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Kidderminster Harriers welcome West Ham in the FA Cup fourth round
Boro boss Chris Wilder sealed a shock away win against United last season whilst in charge of doomed Sheffield United.
His latest trip to face United will be live on ITV, kick-off 8pm.
The following day sees two live ties, with the Kidderminster clash in the afternoon before an all-Premier League tie on Saturday night. Tottenham welcome Brighton and Hove Albion for an 8pm kick-off, live on ITV4.
Sunday sees three live games on TV. It begins with Liverpool's home match against Cardiff City. The Anfield meeting kicks off at 12pm, live on ITV.
The coverage then moves over to BBC One when Nottingham Forest host East Midlands' rivals Leicester City. Kick-off at the City Ground is 4pm.
Nottingham Forest dumped Arsenal out and now face the holders, and local rivals, Leicester
The rounds final live match sees the other remaining non-league side, Boreham Wood, travel to Bournemouth.
ITV4 will screen that game live, with kick-off at 6pm.
For Kidderminster, confirmation of their fourth round game being on TV will be a welcome boost to their coffers.
The game against the Hammers will be their eighth game of the competition, having started out in qualifying way back in September.
They have already banked £157,000 in prize money but can expect that total to rocket thanks to coverage on the BBC.
Speaking in the aftermath of the draw, Kidderminster boss Russell Penn said: “I will be going up against one of the most respected British managers in David Moyes, which is fantastic for me.
Russell Penn (left) steered Kidderminster to a shock win over Reading in round three
"I know he respects the competition, the lower leagues and West Ham are on the up. What a tie.
“Hopefully we can write some more history.”
As it was in the third round, there are no replays so ties that finish level will go to extra-time. If required, penalties will decide the winners.
The third round saw eight games go to extra-time. Only one went the distance, with QPR edging out Rotherham on penalties to book their spot in round four.
Full list of televised FA Cup fourth round games
Friday, February 4: Manchester United v Middlesbrough 8pm (ITV)
Saturday, February 5: Kidderminster Harriers v West Ham United 12.30pm (BBC One)
Saturday, February 5: Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton & Hove Albion 8pm (ITV4)
Sunday, February 6: Liverpool v Cardiff City 12pm (ITV)
Sunday, February 6: Nottingham Forest v Leicester City 4pm (BBC One)
Sunday, February 6: Bournemouth v Boreham Wood 6pm (ITV4)
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