Lincoln City and Sutton United will be in the draw for round four of this season’s Emirates FA Cup will take place on Monday evening, live across the world on Facebook and Twitter.
The non-league duo both produced Third Round heroics to secure draws with Football League clubs on Saturday an their attention will now turn to Monday night’s draw, to see what they reward will be if they can emerge victorious from their replays next week.
The Imps put on arguably the performance of the round, holding SkyBet Championship Ipswich Town to a 2-2 at Portman Road.
Danny Cowley’s side were within minutes of a big FA Cup shock, only for Tractor Boys star Tom Lawrence to take the tie to a replay with an eighty sixth minute goal.
Fellow Vanarama National League side Sutton United continued their impressive cup run and took AFC Wimbledon to replay after a 0-0 draw at Green Gander Lane.
The 32 fourth-round ties will be picked out by former England internationals Michael Owen and Martin Keown, both of whom lifted the trophy during their playing days.
Jake Humphrey will conduct the draw, which will get started at 7.10pm and will be broadcast on the Emirates FA Cup’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.
The draw takes place at the BT Tower in central London, and will also be broadcast on BT Sport 2 ahead of their televised coverage of Leeds United’s trip to Cambridge United. It will also be shown on BBC Two.
The 32 ball numbers will be as follows:
1 Ipswich Town or Lincoln City
3 Manchester United
4 Hull City
5 Sunderland or Burnley
6 Blackburn Rovers
8 Manchester City
9 Brighton & Hove Albion
10 Blackpool or Barnsley
11 Wigan Athletic
12 Birmingham City or Newcastle United
15 Derby County
16 Leicester City
17 Liverpool or Plymouth Argyle
18 Wycombe Wanderers
19 Burton Albion
22 Wolverhampton Wanderers
23 Cambridge United or Leeds United
24 Bristol City or Fleetwood Town
25 Huddersfield Town
26 Tottenham Hotspur
28 Bolton Wanderers or Crystal Palace
29 Norwich City or Southampton
30 Sutton United or AFC Wimbledon
31 Accrington Stanley
32 Oxford United
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