What time is the FA Cup draw? Leeds United's third round ball number revealed, plus TV channel and streaming details
Premier League and Championship clubs enter the draw for the third round of the FA Cup tonight, with Leeds United in the hat.
Here's EVERYTHING you need to know about this evening’s draw:
What time is the draw?
The FA Cup third round draw will be conducted at 7pm on Monday, December 2 (tonight).
How can I watch the draw?
Whites fans can watch the draw live on BBC Two.
Can I stream it on my mobile device or laptop?
You’ll be able to watch live footage of the draw on the BBC’s iPlayer service, but you still need a TV licence.
Who are the biggest teams the Whites could draw?
In terms of big-boys, there’s the usual Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Newcastle United, Liverpool and, of course, Manchester United.
Leicester City are also flying, plus a Jose Mourinho's Tottenham v Bielsa's Leeds could be a rather entertaining proposition.
What about non-league teams?
Leeds United could potentially face AFC Fylde, Boston United, who will play Rochdale in a replay alongside Eastleigh and Hartlepool United who earned second-round replays against Crewe Alexander and Exeter City respectively.
Solihull Moors are also still in the draw, the take on League One Rotherham United after the third round draw has taken place.
Will any ex-Leeds United players be involved in the draw?
Unfortunately not. The BBC have opted for ex-Arsenal legend Tony Adams and former Manchester City and Aston Villa star Micah Richards.
What ball number are Leeds United?
Marcelo Bielsa’s men are ball number 20 in the draw.
When will the third round games be played?
Third round matches are scheduled to take place between January 3 and January 6, 2020.
What are the FA Cup draw ball numbers in full?
1 AFC Bournemouth
3 Aston Villa
5 Birmingham City
6 Blackburn Rovers
8 Brighton & Hove Albion
9 Bristol City
11 Cardiff City
12 Charlton Athletic
14 Crystal Palace
15 Derby County
18 Huddersfield Town
19 Hull City
20 Leeds United
21 Leicester City
23 Luton Town
24 Manchester City
25 Manchester United
28 Newcastle United
29 Norwich City
30 Nottingham Forest
31 Preston North End
32 Queens Park Rangers
34 Sheffield United
35 Sheffield Wednesday
37 Stoke City
38 Swansea City
39 Tottenham Hotspur
41 West Bromwich Albion
42 West Ham United
43 Wigan Athletic
44 Wolverhampton Wanderers
47 Shrewsbury Town
48 Coventry City or Ipswich Town
49 AFC Fylde
50 Tranmere Rovers
51 Oxford United
52 Exeter City or Hartlepool United
53 Eastleigh or Crewe Alexandra
54 Forest Green Rovers or Carlisle United
55 Solihull Moors or Rotherham United
57 Rochdale or Boston United
58 Peterborough United
59 Burton Albion
60 Newport County
61 Fleetwood Town
62 Port Vale
63 Northampton Town
64 Bristol Rovers or Plymouth Argyle