The match against Boreham Wood, who play in the National League Premier division, can also be watched live on ITV Hub as both teams go head to head for a place in the next stage of the competition.
Manager Scott Parker and his squad will be aiming to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup for the second successive year, after the Cherries went on to reach the quarter final stage in last year’s tournament.
Non-League side Boreham Wood will largely benefit from the fixture being covered live on television, with the chance to earn a total of £180,000 in prize money.
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33-year-0ld midfielder Adrian Clifton, who scored the winning goal in their fourth round upset against AFC Wimbledon, said: “Of course the Championship is a completely different level to the level we play against, but its a big experience for us and we’re gonna give it a good go.”
“Bournemouth, they’re flying at the top of the championship. They have got loads of experienced players mixed with young players,” he said. “We’re gonna give a good account of ourselves.”
Bournemouth are currently first in the Championship and played out a dominating 3-1 victory over non-league side Yeovil Town in the previous round.
26-year-old summer signing Emiliano Marcondes scored an emphatic hat-trick in that game, on only his 8th start for the side since arriving on a free transfer from Brentford.
All fourth round fixtures will be covered between the 4th-6th of February, including fellow non-league side Kidderminster Harriers who will have their game televised live on BBC.
They will face Premier League top four hopefuls West Ham United at 12.30pm, Saturday 5th February.