- After knocking out Bradford, Yeovil Town - the lowest-ranked team left in the competition - draw Manchester United in the fourth round of the FA Cup
- The Red Devils last visited Huish Park in January 2015, when goals from Ander Herrera and Angel Di Maria sealed a 2-0 third-round victory
- Tottenham also travel to League Two opposition in the form of Newport County, who stunned Leeds at Rodney Parade
- Manchester City face either Cardiff or Mansfield, while Liverpool entertain West Brom in an all-Premier League affair at Anfield
- Chelsea will play host to Newcastle if they manage to see off Norwich in a replay
- Holders Arsenal absent from proceedings after suffering a shock defeat to Championship outfit Nottingham Forest on Sunday
- Fourth-round ties will be played on the weekend of 27-28 January
That is all we have time for tonight, thanks for following our coverage of the FA Cup fourth round draw.
IBTimes UK will be back on Wednesday evening to bring you live updates from the Carabao Cup semi-final first-leg clash between Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.
Until then, it's goodbye.
Liverpool vs West Brom is one of two confirmed all-Premier League ties, with Southampton also hosting Watford.
Chelsea could play Newcastle and Bournemouth vs West Ham is also a real possibility.
Not much reward for either Nottingham Forest or Coventry after their respective giant-killings, though Mansfield will be relishing the chance to face dominant Premier League leaders Manchester City if they can see off Cardiff in a home replay.
Peterborough will be hoping to meet Leicester rather than Fleetwood, while Notts County will be relatively pleased to be taking on either Wolves or Swansea.
The most recent of United's three FA Cup meetings with Yeovil came at Huish Park back in 2015, when goals from Ander Herrera and Angel Di Maria secured a 2-0 third-round win for Louis van Gaal's side.
A somewhat uninspiring draw saved by two plum home ties for League Two sides Yeovil and Newport against top-flight giants Manchester United and Tottenham respectively.
Spurs have won all four of their previous meetings against the reformed Welsh side, the last of which came all the way back in 1960.
That concludes the draw for the fourth round...
Sheffield United vs Preston
Norwich or Chelsea vs Newcastle
Newport vs Tottenham
Hull vs Nottingham Forest
Bournemouth or Wigan vs Shrewsbury or West Ham
Middlesbrough vs Brighton or Crystal Palace
Southampton vs Watford
Millwall vs Rochdale
MK Dons vs Coventry
Cardiff or Mansfield vs Manchester City
Carlisle or Sheffield Wednesday vs Stevenage or Reading
Yeovil vs Manchester United
Notts County vs Wolves or Swansea
Huddersfield vs Birmingham
Peterborough vs Fleetwood or Leicester
Liverpool vs West Brom
Here we go...
The draw is about to get underway at the Amex. Dennis Wise and Rio Ferdinand are at the controls.