Non-League outfit AFC Fylde will be hoping to land one of the Premier League big boys in Monday night’s FA Cup draw.
The National League strugglers are in the third round for the first time ever where they will be joined by the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool.
Twenty Premier League teams and another 24 from the Championship enter the competition as they fight for a place in the fourth round.
Ex Arsenal captain Tony Adams and former Manchester City defender Micah Richards will be conducting the draw, which will be broadcast live on BBC Two at 7.15pm.
All 32 third-round ties, which will take place over the weekend of January 3-6, will kick-off one minute later than usual to help promote mental health, the Football Association has announced.