There will be a new name on the trophy this season after Arsenal were sensationally dumped out of the FA Cup.
Championship side Nottingham Forest dumped the holders out at the first obstacle, celebrating a 4-2 third round win over the Gunners at the City Ground.
Runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City are the bookmakers favourites to go on and win the competition now.
Pep Guardiola’s men overcame a scare in some style as they came from behind to thrash Burnley.
Rivals Manchester United, who won the cup last in 2016, are through to the fourth round too after their win over Derby.
Seven-time FA Cup winners Liverpool dumped out Merseyside rivals Everton to secure their place in the fourth round.
Tottenham, winners in 1991, will be hoping to go all the way on the road to Wembley (their temporary home, of course) after securing their place in the hat with a win over AFC WImbledon.
The draw takes place in full from 7.10pm, live on BBC Two and BT Sport, prior to this evening’s clash between Brighton and Crystal Palace. You can follow it live with Mirror Football too.
In the meantime, here are all the ball numbers and everything you need to know…
What are the numbers?
- Sheffield United
- Brighton or Crystal Palace
- Bournemouth or Wigan
- Nottingham Forest
- Notts County
- MK Dons
- Manchester United
- West Brom
- Fleetwood or Leicester
- Cardiff or Mansfield
- Manchester City
- Shrewsbury or West Ham
- Wolves or Swansea
- Stevenage or Reading
- Norwich or Chelsea
- Carlisle or Sheffield Wednesday
When is the FA Cup fourth round draw?
The draw will take place at 7.10pm prior to the final third-round tie between Brighton and Crystal Palace.
Where can I watch it?
The draw will be live on BBC Two and on BT Sport.
You can live stream the draw on BBC iPlayer or on the BT Sport app if you are a subscriber.
Alternatively, you can follow it LIVE right here on Mirror Football.
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