Date: 9th January 2018 at 12:20pm
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After seeing off the challenge of Derby County, on Friday evening, in the FA Cup third-round, Manchester United supporters had to wait what seemed like an eternity for the draw to take place for the fourth-round.

Thankfully, that wait came to an end last night when the draw was held live on the BBC.

As it happens Manchester United were given quite a favourable draw, missing all the big-guns of the Premier League and found themselves given an away tie against Yeovil Town, who play in League Two.

The draw will mean a long trip to Somerset to Huish Park for the fixture.

But it isn`t the first time the two clubs have been drawn together in the FA Cup.

The history books show that, back in 2015, the two-sides met in the third-round of the competition with Manchester United winning 2-0.

Could history be about to repeat itself?