What number are Sheffield Wednesday in tonight's FA Cup fourth round draw? What time does it start and how can you watch it?

Sheffield Wednesday are in the draw for the FA Cup fourth round after an impressive 1-0 win over last season’s semi-finalists Brighton & Hove Albion.

Monday, 6th January 2020, 11:45 am
Updated Monday, 6th January 2020, 11:50 am

The win was the Owls’ first in the FA Cup over top-flight opposition since their last-four win over city rivals Sheffield United in 1993 and provided their first win in four matches.

But what number are they in the draw this evening, how can you watch the draw and what time does it start?

We had a go at answering all your questions ahead of the big draw this evening.

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Where and when can I watch the draw?

The draw will take place from approximately 7:35pm and will be broadcast live on BBC One ahead of the third round match between Arsenal and Leeds United.

The draw can also be viewed online via BBC iPlayer and radio coverage will be provided by BBC Radio 5Live.

Reaction to the draw will be available on thestar.co.uk and via our social media channels.

A young Wednesdayite brandishes his tin foil FA Cup trophy during their defeat at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge last season.

Who is picking out the ties?

England women’s football legend Alex Scott is set to draw out the home teams, with former Leeds boss David O’Leary picking out the away sides.

What number should I look out for?

Sheffield Wednesday have been assigned the number 15 in the draw.

What are all the other numbers?

1 Leicester City2 Queens Park Rangers3 Fulham 4 Chelsea5 Wolverhampton Wanderers or Manchester United6 West Bromwich Albion7 Rochdale or Newcastle United8 Cardiff City or Carlisle United9 Oxford United10 Sheffield United11 Southampton 12 Liverpool13 Bristol City or Shrewsbury Town14 AFC Bournemouth15 Sheffield Wednesday16 Bristol Rovers or Coventry City17 Barnsley18 Manchester City19 Middlesbrough or Tottenham Hotspur20 Reading or Blackpool21 Watford or Tranmere Rovers22 Norwich City23 Millwall24 Derby County25 Hull City26 Brentford27 Portsmouth28 Arsenal or Leeds United29 West Ham United30 Northampton Town31 Burnley32 Birmingham City

Who does Garry Monk want?

Simple and to-the-point from the Owls boss:

"I don't care. A home tie would be nice. That's the only thing you think of as a manager.”