THIRTY-TWO clubs will discover their Scottish Cup Fourth Round fate tonight.

From Clydebank to Celtic and Banks O'Dee to Rangers; club chiefs will be glued to the TV to find out who they'll face in the bid to compete for the oldest Association Football trophy in the world.

This season marks the 138th year of the competition and the Fourth Round is where lower league clubs could transform their fortunes with a favourable draw against a Scottish Premiership side.

Entering at this round are all of the top-flight teams, including current holders St Johnstone.

Here's everything you need to know about the Scottish Cup Fourth Round Draw.

When is the Scottish Cup 4th Round Draw and is it on TV?

The draw for the fourth round of the Scottish Cup will take place on Monday night.

The ties will be drawn after the match between Brechin City and Darvel.

It will be shown live on BBC Scotland.

Who is in the Scottish Cup 4th Round Draw?

The 12 Scottish Premiership teams will join the competition in this round alongside the winners of the 20 Round Three matches.

Here's the full list of the teams in the hat.

Scottish Premiership: Aberdeen, Celtic, Dundee, Dundee United, Hearts, Hibs, Livingston, Motherwell, Rangers, Ross County, St Johnstone, St Mirren.

20 Round Three winners: Partick Thistle, Alloa, Arbroath, Auchinleck Talbot, Ayr United, Banks O'Dee, Peterhead, Clydebank, Cove Rangers or Queen of the South, East Kilbride, Dumbarton, Raith Rovers, Annan, Inverness or Morton, Kelty Hearts or Montrose, Edinburgh City, Kilmarnock, Airdrie, Stirling Albion, Brechin City or Darvel.

What is the format of the Scottish Cup 4th Round Draw?

All 32 teams will be included in one unseeded draw.

It means teams can be drawn against any other team involved in the draw.

When will the Scottish Cup 4th Round matches be played?

Fans will have to wait until the new year to get back to Scottish Cup action in the Fourth Round.

The matches are scheduled to be played on the weekend of Saturday 22 January 2022.