FA Cup fourth-round draw - The all-important ball numbers

PUBLISHED: 14:56 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:56 08 January 2018

Joe Martin of Stevenage and Leandro Bacuna of Reading battle it out (pic Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

Joe Martin of Stevenage and Leandro Bacuna of Reading battle it out (pic Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

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Stevenage are in the hat for the fourth-round of the FA Cup but who could they face?

Boro’s 0-0 draw with Reading means both sides are in the fourth-round draw, with the winner of the tie to be decided in a replay at the Madejski Stadium on Tuesday, January 16.

The ball for Stevenage fans to look out for is number 26 but what about the rest of the teams left in the competition?

Which Premier League sides could Darren Sarll’s men draw or could Boro reignited their FA Cup rivalry with Newcastle United?

Below are all the ball numbers for the FA Cup fourth-round draw, which takes place live on BBC Two at 7pm tonight.

1. Sheffield United

2. Watford

3. Birmingham City or Burton Albion

4. Liverpool

5. Brighton or Crystal Palace

6. Peterborough United

7. Bournemouth or Wigan

8. Coventry City

9. Newport County

10. Huddersfield Town

11. Yeovil Town

12. Nottingham Forest

13. Notts County

14. MK Dons

15. Manchester United

16. West Brom

17. Rochdale A.F.C

18. Tottenham Hotspur

19. Middlesbrough

20. Fleetwood Town or Leicester City

21. Hull City

22. Cardiff City or Mansfield Town

23. Manchester City

24. Shrewsbury Town or West Ham

25. Wolverhampton Wanderers or Swansea City

26. Stevenage or Reading

27. Newcastle United

28. Millwall

29. Southampton

30. Preston North End

31. Norwich City or Chelsea

32. Carlisle United or Sheffield Wednesday

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