Time, TV channel, ball numbers and more: all you need to know about tonight's FA Cup fifth round draw
Cobblers will take their place in the FA Cup fifth-round draw for the first time in 50 years on Monday evening.
Cobblers drew 0-0 with Derby County on Friday evening and will head to Pride Park next week in one of six fourth-round ties that requires a replay. The two teams are ball 6 in tonight's hat.
Keith Curle's side are the lowest-ranked side left in the competition and join 11 Premier League clubs in the draw, including Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United.
Northampton last featured in the fifth round draw when they pulled out United in 1970, losing the tie 8-2 as George Best scored six goals.
The 16 teams to successfully navigate this weekend's fourth-round ties will go into the hat, with the draw being conducted by former England internationals and cup winners Teddy Sheringham and Glen Johnson.
The draw, which will be broadcast in the UK on BBC One's The One Show, is scheduled to begin at 7.19pm.
There are no replays in the fifth round of the FA Cup this season and ties will take place in midweek at the start of March. Any ties that are level after 90 minutes will go to extra time and, if necessary, a penalty shoot-out to determine a winner on the night.
1 Manchester United
3 Southampton or Tottenham Hotspur*
4 Sheffield Wednesday
5 AFC Bournemouth or Arsenal
6 NORTHAMPTON TOWN or Derby County*
7 Leicester City
8 Sheffield United
9 Reading or Cardiff City*
10 West Bromwich Albion
11 Norwich City
12 Coventry City or Birmingham City*
13 Manchester City
14 Newcastle United or Oxford United*
16 Shrewsbury Town or Liverpool
*Tie to be replayed