Part-timers Whitehawk will be rewarded with a glamour tie at Everton if they can make it through to the FA Cup third round, while Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is set to make his bow in the competition at Exeter.
Sixth-tier Whitehawk, who have already made history with their cup run, ensured their name would be in the hat for Monday's third-round draw by holding Sky Bet League Two Dagenham 1-1 away on Sunday courtesy of Jordan Rose's stoppage-time equaliser.
And they now know if they finish the job at home in next week's replay, one of the Barclays Premier League big boys await them.
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Whitehawk manager Steve King had admitted before the third-round draw that he was hoping to be given the chance to take on Liverpool.
And afterwards, regarding the prospect of facing Everton instead, King told the BBC: ''I wanted the Reds but I got the Blues. But we ain't got the blues.''
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He added: ''It's a tough game to get through against Dagenham first because both teams will want to play that massive tie. It's 50-50, the best on the day goes through.''
As for Liverpool, Exeter away represents what will not only be Klopp's first FA Cup experience but also the Merseysiders' second successive round-three trip to a League Two side, following last season's narrow 2-1 win at AFC Wimbledon.
Holders Arsenal, looking to win the trophy for a third successive year, will face Sunderland at home in one of five all-Premier League ties.
Three other non-league teams featured in Monday's draw alongside Whitehawk and the lowest-ranked among them, Salford, will host Championship high-fliers Derby if the seventh-tier outfit get past Hartlepool in their second-round replay.
Eastleigh, the only one of the quartet to have made it through outright, were handed a home tie against Championship basement boys Bolton.
And the winner of Grimsby's second-round replay at Shrewsbury will play against Cardiff away after their initial second-round tie finished goalless on Monday night.
Five all top-flight clashes
The pick of the all top-flight ties sees surprise leaders Leicester travelling to fifth-placed Tottenham. The others are Norwich v Manchester City, Southampton v Crystal Palace and Watford v Newcastle.
Manchester United host Sheffield United and Chelsea will play the winner of Leyton Orient v Scunthorpe at Stamford Bridge.
Other notable fixtures include rock-bottom Premier League side Aston Villa's trip to League Two Wycombe, who reached the 2001 semi-finals, and Leeds' clash with Rotherham at Elland Road, where respective managers Steve Evans and Neil Redfearn will both be facing their old clubs - one of six all-Championship matches.
The ties will be played between January 8 and 11.
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