Manchester United have been drawn away to League Two club Cambridge United in the FA Cup fourth round. The tie will be played on the weekend of 24 and 25 January.

The two Uniteds have only met twice before – in the two legs of a League Cup second-round tie in 1991/92. The Reds won 3-0 at home on 25 September 1991, with goals from Steve Bruce, Ryan Giggs and Brian McClair, before drawing 1-1 at the Abbey Stadium on 9 October with McClair netting again. Cambridge’s only goal of the tie was scored by Dion Dublin, who was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson the following summer.

Louis van Gaal’s team were the fourth club to be pulled out in Monday night’s draw, which was made at AFC Wimbledon’s Kingsmeadow Stadium. Cambridge, who are managed by ex-Liverpool defender Richard Money, reached the fourth round by beating Fleetwood Town, Mansfield Town (after a replay) and Luton Town in the first, second and third rounds respectively. They were promoted back into the Football League for this season, after a nine-year absence, via a Conference play-off final win over Gateshead at Wembley.

FA Cup fourth-round draw (updated 22:00 GMT): Manchester City v Middlesbrough, Doncaster Rovers or Bristol City v Everton or West Ham United, Sunderland v Fulham or Wolves, Rochdale v Stoke City, Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal, Burnley or Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City, Liverpool v Bolton Wanderers, Cardiff City v Reading, Aston Villa v Bournemouth, Birmingham City v West Bromwich Albion, Preston North End v Sheffield United, Derby County v Scunthorpe United or Chesterfield, Chelsea v Millwall or Bradford City, Blackburn Rovers v Swansea City, Cambridge United v Manchester United, Southampton or Ipswich Town v Crystal Palace.