FA Cup ball numbers have been confirmed as clubs look to find out who they will face in the fourth round draw of the world’s oldest football competition.
With Premier League and Championship clubs joining at the third round stage, 32 successful teams will advance into the draw for the next round.
The third round has already drawn up several shock results with the likes of Aston Villa and Brighton already being knocked out to lower league opposition.
National League side AFC Fylde are the lowest-ranked side left in the competition and face a mouth-watering tie at Premier League outfit Sheffield United on Sunday.
Premier League sides Leicester City, Southampton, AFC Bournemouth, Manchester City , Norwich City, and Burnley, all navigated their way into the fourth round on Saturday.
Sunday’s games feature a mouthwatering Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton, while Nottingham Forest visit Chelsea.
The draw will take place on Monday, January 6, ahead of the final tie in round three between Arsenal and Leeds.
Monday’s draw is scheduled to take place at 7.35pm GMT at the Emirates Stadium.
The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup will take place on Monday evening
Fans can watch the event on BBC One, with streaming available via the BBC iPlayer app and on the FA Cup’s official Twitter account.
Spencer Owen and Jules Breach will host proceedings as former Arsenal star Alex Scott and ex-Leeds manager David O’Leary draw out the numbers.
There is added significance to the FA Cup this weekend with fixtures kicking off one minute later than typically scheduled.
Manchester City are the current FA Cup holders
It is part of a new initiative to raise awareness of mental health.
FA chief executive Mark Bullingham said: “While delaying kick-off times by 60 seconds is a simple idea, it provides a powerful platform for us and our Heads…