FA Cup fourth round draw: Ex-Millwall boss Dennis Wise lands Lions a home draw – as Palace to face former manager Tony Pulis

Millwall are at home to Rochdale in the FA Cup fourth round – with Crystal Palace facing a trip to Middlesbrough if they get past Brighton.

Former Lions boss Dennis Wise was pulling out the home teams in tonight’s draw and handed his old club, who he took to the FA Cup final in 2004, a tie at The Den. Peckham’s Rio Ferdinand was on the away club duty as the South London club face League One opposition.

Palace are in action at Brighton tonight and the winner will make the long trip to Teesside. Tony Pulis was recently installed as the new Boro boss after Garry Monk was dismissed.

 


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