Hemel Hempstead have been handed the home advantage in the next round of the FA Cup.
The Tudors have been drawn to face Oxford City at Vauxhall Road on Saturday, October 20 following their emphatic 5-0 win over Ramsgate in the third round of the tournament over the weekend.
The draw for the Emirates FA Cup fourth round qualifying was made at Wembley Stadium on Monday, October 8.
There are 13 ties in the Northern section and 19 ties in the Southern section. National League clubs have entered the competition at this stage and two have been drawn against each other as Dagenham & Redbridge travel to Borehamwood.
Billericay Town, who ran up a huge 9-1 win over Whitehawk at the weekend, face a home tie against the winners of the Taunton Town-St Albans City replay.
Chorley, who defeated Peterborough Sports 3-0 live on BBC Sport on Saturday, will host Barrow, FA Trophy winners in 2010. Dunston UTS, FA Vase winners in 2012 and the lowest-ranked side left in the competition, have been pitched against local rivals Gateshead.
And Blyth Spartans, who reached the fifth round in 1978, will entertain York City at Croft Park.
Each winning club will receive £25,000 from The FA prize fund and a place in the first round proper.