The FA Cup is back with a bang this weekend as the third round takes centre stage.
The Premier League’s best have entered the competition while the likes of Woking, Tranmere and Barnet will be dreaming of a giant killing.
There will be 32 ties played this weekend, culminating in Liverpool’s trip to Wolves on Monday night.
With a Wembley date in May the goal for every club left in the historic cup, what about the draw for the fourth round?
Here’s all the information you need to see who your team gets in the last 16.
FA Cup fourth round draw: When is it?
The draw will take place on Monday, January 7 after the Wolves vs Liverpool tie. That match kicks off at 7:45pm and the draw will follow.
FA Cup fourth round draw: Where is it taking place?
The draw will be conducted at Wolves’ Molineux Stadium.
FA Cup fourth round draw: Where can I watch it?
The draw will be broadcast live on BBC One after their coverage of Wolves vs Liverpool. Carl Ikeme and Robbie Keane will be picking the balls.
FA Cup fourth round draw: What are the ball numbers?
1 Bolton Wanderers or Walsall
2 Millwall or Hull City
3 Gillingham or Cardiff City
4 Brentford or Oxford United
5 Sheffield Wednesday or Luton Town
6 Manchester United or Reading
7 Everton or Lincoln City
8 Tranmere Rovers or Tottenham Hotspur
9 Preston North End or Doncaster Rovers
10 Newcastle United or Blackburn Rovers
11 Chelsea or Nottingham Forest
12 Crystal Palace or Grimsby Town
13 Derby County or Southampton
14 Accrington Stanley or Ipswich Town
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15 Bristol City or Huddersfield Town
16 Newport County or Leicester City
17 Fulham or Oldham Athletic
18 Shrewsbury Town or Stoke City
19 Blackpool or Arsenal
20 Manchester City or Rotherham United
21 AFC Bournemouth or Brighton and Hove Albion
22 West Ham United or Birmingham City
23 Woking or Watford
24 Burnley or Barnsley
25 Queens Park Rangers or Leeds United
26 Sheffield United or Barnet
27 Norwich City or Portsmouth
28 Fleetwood Town or AFC Wimbledon
29 West Bromwich Albion or Wigan Athletic
30 Middlesbrough or Peterborough United
31 Wolverhampton Wanderers or Liverpool
32 Aston Villa or Swansea City