|FA Cup fourth-round draw|
|Date: Monday, 11 January. Time and coverage: 19:15 GMT on BBC One (during The One Show), live text commentary on BBC Sport website from 18:30 GMT.|
Oxford United will find out their reward for performing the giant-killing act of the FA Cup third round in Monday's fourth-round draw (19:15 GMT).
Michael Appleton's side beat Premier League Swansea 3-2 on Sunday and could face top-flight opposition again.
Eastleigh are the only non-league representatives after their 1-1 draw with Championship strugglers Bolton.
Oxford's fellow League Two sides Wycombe and Exeter, who drew with Aston Villa and Liverpool, are in the hat.
The draw will take place during The One Show on BBC One, with live text commentary on the BBC Sport website from 18:30 GMT.
Holders Arsenal and former winners Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Everton won to guarantee their places, with 15 Premier League teams still in the competition.
Oxford manager Appleton cannot wait to see who his club land in the fourth round.
"It's fantastic to be in the draw for everyone here," he said.
"If we have an opportunity to get another big Premier League team, that would be great.
"We need more days and nights like this."
Oxford's best FA Cup run came in 1964, when they reached the quarter-finals as a fourth-division side.
The team are currently third in League Two as they chase promotion and are also two games away from Wembley in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Although Eastleigh manager Chris Todd was disappointed his team conceded late on against Wanderers, he, too, is pleased to be in the hat.
"It's quite emotional," Todd said. "But we're still in the draw for the fourth round so we're happy overall."
In total, 10 third-round ties will need to be settled in replays, which are due to be played in the week of 18 January.
The rearranged fixture between Newport County and Blackburn Rovers will also take place that week after Saturday's game was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
The draw numbers
2 West Brom or Bristol City
3 West Ham
4 Derby County
5 Exeter City or Liverpool
6 Tottenham or Leicester City
7 Colchester United
8 Peterborough United
9 Northampton Town or MK Dons
11 Newport County or Blackburn Rovers
12 Ipswich Town or Portsmouth
14 Wycombe Wanderers or Aston Villa
15 Sheffield Wednesday
16 Oxford United
18 Bury or Bradford City
19 Manchester United
21 Crystal Palace
22 Eastleigh or Bolton
23 Nottingham Forest
24 Carlisle United or Yeovil
27 Leeds United
28 Shrewsbury Town
29 Huddersfield Town or Reading
31 Manchester City
Ties to be played across the weekend of 30/31 January.