Irish Cup holders Linfield have been drawn to face last year's beaten finalists Crusaders in the fifth round of this season's competition.
The tie at Windsor Park will be one of 16 games played on Saturday 12 January.
Premiership leaders Cliftonville have been handed home advantage over Ballinamallard United, while Portadown are at home to Dungannon Swifts.
The Irish Cup is currently without a sponsor, following the demise of former backer JJB Sports.
Among the lower division teams looking to cause an upset will be Killymoon Rangers, who will face Glentoran, and Ballynahinch United, who will take on Coleraine.
County Antrim Shield winners Ballymena United come up against Warrenpoint Town.
Linfield defeated Crusaders 4-1 in last season's final and saw off the same opposition 2-1 in the 2011 decider.
Stephen Baxter's side knocked the Blues out of the League Cup this week with a 1-0 semi-final victory at Windsor Park.
Irish Cup fifth round draw
Lisburn Distillery v Coagh United
Rathfriland Rangers v Institute
Killymoon Rangers v Glentoran
Linfield v Crusaders
Coleraine v Ballynahinch Utd
Loughgall v Donegal Celtic
Tobermore Utd v Kilmore Rec
Ballymena Utd v Warrenpoint Town
Ards v Immaculata
Cliftonville v Ballinamallard Utd
Dundela v Queen's University
Knockbreda Parish v Rosario YC
Ballyclare Comrades v Bangor
Portadown v Dungannon Swifts
Larne v Lurgan Celtic
Glenavon v H&W Welders
Ties to be played on Saturday 12 January