Leeds United will be in the draw for the Fourth Round of the FA Cup on Sunday with their tie at Arsenal not taking place until Monday evening.
Arsenal or Leeds will be ball number 17 when the draw will be made on Sunday afternoon.
The draw will take place at approximately 5.40pm on ITV1 and will be made by former Cardiff City manager Dave Jones and Chasetown player Danny Smith, who scored the winner for Town when they became the smallest ever club to reach the third round in 2008.
Smith scored a last minute winner for Town to beat Port Vale in the second round and book their place in the third round against Jones former club Cardiff City.
2. Nottingham Forest or Leicester City
3. Man City or Man United
4. Dagenham and Redbridge or Millwall
5. Crawley Town
6. Notts County
7. Aston Villa
8. Tottenham Hotspur
9. Sheffield Wednesday or West Ham United
10. Milton Keynes Dons or Queens Park Rangers
11. Hull City
13. Brighton or Wrexham
15. Birmingham City or Wolverhampton Wanderers
16. Norwich City
17. Arsenal or Leeds United
18. Derby County
20. Swindon Town
21. Swansea City
22. Macclesfield Town or Bolton Wanderers
23. Newcastle United
25. Sheffield United
27. Stoke City
28. Chelsea or Portsmouth
30. Peterborough United or Sunderland
31. Cardiff City
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