Details confirmed for Bristol City's FA Cup replay against West Ham - including date, time, and TV coverage

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All you need to know about Bristol City's FA Cup replay against West Ham at Ashton Gate.

Bristol City's FA Cup third-round replay against West Ham United has been chosen for television coverage. The Robins and the Hammers could not be separated as the two drew 1-1 at the Olympic Stadium on Sunday.

Tommy Conway cancelled out Jarrod Bowen's opener and has taken the tie back to Ashton Gate. The potential of a Championship side knocking out the UEFA Europa Conference League winners has meant that the BBC have chosen to air the match. It will be shown on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app and will take place on Tuesday, January 16 with a kick-off time of 7.45 pm.

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The tie against David Moyes' sides will give City a small windfall. According to figures from Fan Banter, clubs will receive a broadcast fee of £42,500 and for whoever wins they will get £105,000 in prize money.

Tickets have already gone on sale to season-ticket or half-season ticket holders. Supporters have until 10.00 am on Wednesday, January 10 to reserve their seat. 2023/24 members will be able to buy tickets on Wednesday, January 10 and then it will go on General Sale at 2.00 pm on the same day. Adult tickets are priced at £10 in the South Stand/Family Area and the Dolman Stand Wings, whilst it's £15 for Dolman Stand Centre, and £20 for the Lansdown Stand Wings, with the most expensive being £25 for the Lansdown Stand Centre.

West Ham been given an away allocation of 3,414 and the London side have already sold out. It is their first visit to the Gate since an FA Cup fourth round win in January 2015.

The other tie to be shown is Blackpool against Nottingham Forest, which will be shown on ITV4 and ITVX on Wednesday, January 17. The winner of that tie will face the winner of City vs West Ham, and the fourth round will take place on the weekend of Friday January 26 to Monday, January 29.

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As a result, Bristol City's inter-city rivals Bristol Rovers have not been chosen for television. Their match against Norwich City has been moved to the Wednesday to avoid a clash with City's match. The Gas will have the reward of a trip to Anfield to face Liverpool should they get past the Canaries following a 1-1 draw at Carrow Road.

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