Six non-league teams across five matches will have their FA Cup First Round ties broadcast on TV, with Hereford, South Shields and Bracknell Town the pick of the bunch.
Southern League Premier Division South side Bracknell had to play six matches in FA Cup qualifying to reach the First Round and have been rewarded with a glamour tie against League One Ipswich Town.
In what is set to be one of the club's biggest matches in its history, Bracknell will welcome the Tractor Boys to Bottom Meadow for the final match in the First Round fixture list.
Fighting for promotion at the top of League One, Ipswich travel to Bracknell on Monday 7th November, with the fixture set to be broadcast on ITV 4.
The First Round weekend will kick off four days earlier on Friday 4th November.
A fixture involving another non-league side, Hereford will welcome third-tier Portsmouth to Edgar Street, with the tie already being dubbed as a potential cup upset.
Elsewhere, Kevin Phillips' South Shields can look forward to a televised clash against League One Forest Green Rovers in the early Saturday afternoon slot.
Whereas Torquay United, who edged past National League South side Hampton & Richmond Borough to reach the First Round, will also take on League One opponents in Derby County.
The Championship drop-outs have endured a mixed start to life in the third tier, while Gary Johnson's Torquay finds themselves bottom of the National League.
However, perhaps the most controversial choice from the First Round TV picks has been the decision to broadcast an all-National League tie between Wrexham and Oldham Athletic.
A 119th-minute equaliser from Oldham's Mike Fondop salvaged Oldham from Fourth Qualifying Round embarrassment against National League North Chester, before the Latics eventually progressed on penalties.
It meant Wrexham, who had squeezed past Blyth Spartans in a Fourth Qualifying Round replay of their own, were denied a famous meeting with their cross-border rivals Chester.
Having played each other less than one month ago, the decision taken by ITV to televise Wrexham's tie with Oldham has sparked controversy.
Some have questioned whether there were more suitable ties for broadcast, given Oldham and Wrexham compete in the same division.
All ties will take place across the weekend of Friday, November 4th to Monday, November 7th.
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