West Brom, Birmingham City and Wolves have learned their next FA Cup foes - but there's still some third round business to finish.
The trio remain in the cup, but have had varying fortunes in the fourth round draw.
West Brom will face Liverpool away for a spot in the fifth round, while Blues travel to Premier League Huddersfield.
Wolves still need to get past Swansea City, after an initial nil-nil draw, and would earn an away tie against Notts County.
When are the FA Cup third round replays?
Tuesday, January 16 - all kick offs 7.45pm unless stated
Chelsea v Norwich
Leicester v Fleetwood Town
Mansfield Town v Cardiff
Reading v Stevenage (8pm kick off)
Sheffield Wednesday v Carlisle
West Ham v Shrewsbury
Wednesday, January 17
Swansea v Wolves
Wigan v Bournemouth
Which games are on TV?
Which FA cup third round replay is on TV?
Chelsea v Norwich City will be screened on BBC One at 7.45pm on Wednesday, January 17.
Which FA Cup fourth round matches are on TV?
Friday, January 26
Yeovil Town v Manchester United (7.55pm) - BBC One
Saturday, January, 27
Peterborough United v Fleetwood Town or Leicester City (12.30pm) - BT Sport 2
Newport County v Tottenham Hotspur (5.30pm) - BT Sport 2
Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion (7.45pm) - BT Sport 2
Sunday, January 28
Norwich City or Chelsea v Newcastle United (1.30pm) - BT Sport 2
Cardiff City or Mansfield Town v Manchester City (4pm) - BBC One
What are the FA Cup fourth round fixtures?
Liverpool v West Brom
Peterborough v Fleetwood/Leicester
Huddersfield v Birmingham
Notts County v Wolves/Swansea
Yeovil v Manchester United
Carlisle/Sheffield Wednesday v Stevenage/Reading
Cardiff/Mansfield v Manchester City
MK Dons v Coventry
Millwall v Rochdale
Southampton v Watford
Middlesbrough v Brighton/Crystal Palace
Bournemouth/Wigan v Shrewsbury/West Ham
Hull v Nottingham Forest
Newport County v Tottenham
Norwich/Chelsea v Newcastle
Sheffield United v Preston
When is the FA Cup 5th round draw?
The draw will take place after the fourth round fixtures, which take place from January 26 to 29.
When is the final?
The final will kick-off at 5.30pm on Saturday, May 27, at Wembley Stadium, and will be broadcast in the UK on BBC One and BT Sport 2.
Each club will be allocated around 28,000 tickets with prices reduced by £5 across all price points last year. They will cost £45, £65, £85 and £115 for adults. A concessions policy in conjunction with the competing clubs will apply for the match.
How much prize money is on offer?
The 20 second round winners will receive £27,000 each for qualifying for round three.
That prize money goes up to £67,500 for the 32 round three winners and increases incrementally up to £1,800,000 for the FA Cup final winners.