The FA Cup 4th Round is set to take place this weekend, with a few sides hoping they can provide an upset against higher league opposition to progress to the 5th Round.

Ties for the current round begin on Thursday, January 25 with AFC Bournemouth vs Swansea City and end on Monday, January 29 with Blackburn Rovers vs Wrexham.

If a club progresses through to the 5th Round then they will earn £120,000 in prize money from the competition's fund.

Here's all the information you'll need on which ball numbers each club has been allocated and how to watch the FA Cup 5th Round draw itself.

What ball number has each club been allocated for the FA Cup 5th Round draw?

According to the Emirates FA Cup website the ball numbers for each club are as follows, prior to most of the 4th Round ties taking place.

  1. Watford or Southampton
  2. Blackburn Rovers or Wrexham
  3. AFC Bournemouth or Swansea City
  4. West Bromwich Albion or Wolverhampton Wanderers
  5. Bristol City or Nottingham Forest
  6. Leicester City or Birmingham City
  7. Sheffield Wednesday or Coventry City
  8. Chelsea or Aston Villa
  9. Ipswich Town or Maidstone United
  10. Liverpool or Norwich City
  11. Tottenham Hotspur or Manchester City
  12. Leeds United or Plymouth Argyle
  13. Everton or Luton Town
  14. Newport County or Manchester United
  15. Sheffield United or Brighton & Hove Albion
  16. Fulham or Newcastle United

When will the FA Cup 5th Round draw take place?

The FA Cup 5th Round draw for the 2023/24 season will take place at around 2pm on Sunday, January 28 on ITV1.

This will be part of the coverage of the game between Liverpool and Norwich City that afternoon.

Seema Jaswal will be presenting the draw with it being conducted by former Chelsea and Liverpool player Glen Johnson.

Additionally, the draw can be watched on the social media pages of the Emirates FA Cup.