The FA Cup fourth round draw will take place on Sunday afternoon.
The world’s oldest cup competition saw the introduction of Premier League and Championship clubs this weekend, with the action really ramping up as the busy third round is played out.
And every club left in the tournament at this stage will have one thing and one thing only on their minds - securing their spot in the pot for the draw to decide who will play who in the next stage of the competition.
Here’s everything you need to know about the FA Cup fourth round draw...
When is the FA Cup fourth round draw?
The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup will take place on Sunday January 9th at 16:50 GMT.
At that point, all but two of this weekend’s third round ties - Arsenal vs Nottingham Forest and Manchester United vs Aston Villa - will have been played.
How can I watch the FA Cup fourth round draw?
The draw will take place on ITV following coverage of the all-Premier League tie between Leeds United and West Ham.
ITV will also be showing Arsenal’s clash against Nottingham Forest, with both sides finding out who they could potentially face in the next round before they kick off.
Likewise, Manchester United and Aston Villa will be aware of their potential opponents before their clash on Monday evening.
The Reds knocked out bitter rivals Liverpool in last season’s fourth round with a 3-2 win at Old Trafford.
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