Sheffield United travel to Aston Villa. Barnsley host either Hartlepool or Coventry. Doncaster play Stevenage. Grimsby take on Huddersfield at Blundell Park. The reward for Mansfield if they overcome Oldham is a trip to Anfield.
Wednesday travel to Macclesfield, Hull face Middlesbrough and Leeds go to Rochdale. Those games will be played on the weekend of the 4th and 5th of January.
Tomorrow will be a big day for Grimsby Town as they look to reach the third round of the FA Cup for the first time in 11 years. The incentive for the players and management is a potential money-spinning tie against the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool or Arsenal.
Standing in their way are Northampton Town, and for many a Grimsby fan tomorrow's game will evoke memories of a special day 15 years ago. Chris Dawkes reports.
The draw has been made for the next round of the FA Cup. York will play Crawley if they get past Bristol Rovers. Sheffield United play Bury or Cambridge. Chesterfield face Phil Brown's Southend. Grimsby or Scunthorpe will be at home to Northampton.
Lincoln will face Welling if they can beat Plymouth. Mansfield travel to Oldham or Wolves. And Rotherham have a home tie to Keith Hill's Rochdale.
Barnsley have beaten League One side MK Dons 3-1 to reach the FA Cup quarter finals. Chris Dagnall scored two of the goals, with Marlon Harewood also on target.
Tomorrow Leeds United and Huddersfield Town will attempt to join them in the last eight. United are away at Premier League Champions Manchester City, while Town take on another top flight side, Wigan Athletic, in a 1555 kick-off at the John Smith's Stadium, broadcast live by ITV.
Leeds United manager Neil Warnock admits his Championship team will be up against it in Sunday's FA Cup 5th round tie at Premier League Champions Manchester City. Today Warnock also reflected on the latest takeover speculation, and the fans' reaction to the team's disappointing league form.
Leeds United will have a home tie against Premier League Spurs, if they can get past Birmingham City in their 3rd round replay at St Andrews. Barnsley will travel to Hull City, provided the Tigers win their replay at Leyton Orient, while Huddersfield Town have been drawn at home against Leicester.
Sheffield Wednesday have a tough tie at either QPR or West Brom, if they win their replay at MK Dons, Sheffield United travel to Premier League Reading, while the winners of this afternoon's tie between non league Mansfield Town and Liverpool will be at Oldham.
Bradford City has apologise to its fans after the club has been kicked out of the FA Cup for fielding an ilegible player during their second round match.
An FA statement read:
The FA has confirmed that Bradford City have been removed from The FA Cup with Budweiser 2012-13 competition after fielding an ineligible player in their Second Round tie against Brentford.
Bradford City did not have the necessary written permission for Curtis Good to play in the competition, while on loan from Newcastle United, by the 12pm deadline on Friday 30 November prior to the fixture that evening.
Bradford's removal from the competition is subject to appeal, but if this appeal is unsuccessful Brentford will go forward to the Third Round and play either Bury or Southend United.
Bradford admitted the error was "of an administrative technical nature" and have apologised to their fans.
City were the only side left in three domestic cup competitions and face Premier League giants Arsenal in the quarter finals of the Capital One Cup on Tuesday December 11.
Bradford City Football Club were charged by the FA of rule 15 (j) (i) on Monday 3 December 2012 in relation to their FA Cup with Budweiser Second Round encounter with Brentford on the 30 November 2012.
The nature of the charge is the playing of one of our loan players deemed ineligible due to the late submission for permission for him to play. Bradford City Football Club is very sorry to have to report such a matter and apologies to our fans.
– Bradford City Football Club
The error was of an administrative technical nature and not one to intentionally break competition rules.
We presented a case of mitigation to the FA on Thursday 6 December, however the FA panel chose to enforce the full powers of its jurisdiction and have removed the club from the FA Cup competition.
We are clearly disappointed by this decision and cannot comment further on this matter as the club is still actively conducting a full investigation. The club has until 5:00pm today (Friday) to lodge an appeal with the FA and we are currently reviewing our position in relation to this.