The draw for the FA Cup third round is when the big boys enter the competition with Brentford, QPR and Fulham in the hat.
The second round takes place over the weekend as sides in League One and below aim to reach the third round, where they could draw a side like Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea or Arsenal.
The third round draw is a hotly anticipated event and tends to throw up some intriguing ties.
Fans are known to be going 'no' when a side they don't want to face is drawn at home and 'come on' when it a trip they'd fancy.
When their side is drawn at home there is a hush as they hope for an exciting opponent, be it a Premier League big boy or a team they feel they can progress against.
Below is everything you need to know about the draw.
When is the draw?
The draw will take place on Monday 4 December.
What time will it take place?
The draw is expected to be made around 7pm.
Where can I watch it?
It will be shown live on BBC Two but if you cannot find a screen, GetWestLondon will have live updates of the draw in a live blog blog.
When will the ties be played?
Third round ties will be played the weekend of Saturday January 6, although a number of games will be moved in order to be televised.
How did west London sides do in the FA Cup last season?
QPR's participation in the FA Cup lasted 90 minutes last season as they were beaten 2-1 at home by Blackburn Rovers.
Brentford went one round better, reaching round four where they were beaten 4-0 by eventual Premier League champions Chelsea.
Fulham progressed the furthest, beating Hull City, but their run in the most famous domestic cup competition was ended by a Tottenham side who ended the season as Premier League runners up.