WANDERERS have been drawn away at Bristol City in the FA Cup fourth round.

Phil Parkinson’s side earned a place in the draw with a 5-2 victory against Walsall – and will get an early look at their opponents when they travel to Ashton Gate in Championship action this weekend.

Wanderers have met Bristol City twice in the competition before, losing on both occasions.

In a record-breaking 1902/03 campaign they were beaten 5-0 at home in the first round, and then in 1979 Ian Greaves’ team were beaten 3-1 in the third round, with Brian Smith scoring the solitary goal.

Games will be played on the weekend of January 26.

The fourth round draw in full: Swansea v Gillingham, AFC Wimbledon v West Ham, Shrewsbury/Stoke v Wolves, Millwall v Everton, Brighton v West Brom, Bristol City v Bolton, Accrington Stanley v Derby or Southampton, Doncaster v Oldham, Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday/Luton, Newcastle/Blackburn v Watford, Middlesbrough v Newport, Manchester City v Burnley, Barnet v Brentford, Portsmouth v QPR, Arsenal v Manchester United, Crystal Palace v Tottenham.