Date: 5th January 2013 at 10:14pm
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Leeds United or Birmingham City will be ball number 29 when the FA Cup Fourth Round is drawn on Sunday afternoon.

The Fourth Round draw will be shown on ITV1 from 3.30pm.

Leeds and Birmingham are both in the draw after they drew 1-1 at Elland Road.

Wade Elliott had given Birmingham a first half lead before his goal was cancelled out by Luciano Becchio in the second half.

The two sides will meet in the replay at St Andrews on Tueday January 15th.

Former Leeds United academy goalkeeper David Seaman and 1988 FA Cup final hero Dave Beasant will make the draw.

Seaman went on to win the FA Cup with Arsenal on four occasions.

Beasant became the first goalkeeper to save a penalty in a final as he denied John Aldridge as his Wimbledon side went on to produce one of the biggest FA Cup final shocks when they beat Liverpool 1-0.

1. Crystal Palace / Stoke City
2. Brighton and Hove Albion
3. Tottenham Hotspur
4. Wigan Athletic / Bournemouth
5. Fulham / Blackpool
6. Aston Villa
7. Huddersfield Town
8. Macclesfield Town
9. Barnsley
10. Manchester City
11. Swansea City /Arsenal
12. Leicester City
13. Millwall
14. Cheltenham Town / Everton
15. Derby County
16. Reading
17. Aldershot
18. Middlesbrough
19. Sheffield United
20. Chelsea
21. Queens Park Rangers /West Bromwich Albion
22. Norwich City
23. Mansfield Town / Liverpool
24. Bolton Wanderers / Sunderland
25. Oldham Athletic
26. West Ham United / Manchester United
27. Hull City / Leyton Orient
28. Blackburn Rovers
29. Leeds United / Birmingham City

30. Southend United / Brentford
31. Luton Town
32. Sheffield Wednesday / MK Dons

The Fourth Round ties will take place over the weekend of January 26th and 27th 2013.

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