Notts County’s FA Cup Fourth Round replay against Swansea will be broadcast live on the BBC.

The Tuesday night fixture could be worth as much as £150,000 to the club through TV rights, advertising and ticket sales.

That would bring the club’s earnings from the televised games alone to around £250,000.

It is the second time Notts County have been televised during the competition, after their second round victory against Oxford City was shown on BT Sport.

The game will also feature the use of VAR, the first time it has been used in either clubs’ history.

The victors will look forward to a fifth round tie with Sheffield Wednesday and County will be hoping to spoil a possible reunion party.

Swans boss Carlos Carvalhal left the top job at Wednesday to take charge of the Premier League club in December.

John Stead’s 62nd minute strike on Saturday earned the Magpies a replay after Luciano Narsingh put Swansea ahead.

It was his sixth goal in as many games and he extended to his run of scoring in every round of the competition so far.