The Challenge Cup draw will take place in the Wigan borough on Monday and will be streamed live on the BBC Sport website.
The draw will be made live from the clubhouse of either Wigan St Patricks or Leigh East on the BBC Sport Website at 6pm on Monday, depending on the result of their first-round tie this weekend.
Three-time Challenge Cup winner and current Leigh Centurions captain Micky Higham will be conducting the draw alongside England and Wigan Warriors half-back George Williams.
Higham lifted the famous trophy at Wembley Stadium with his previous club, Warrington Wolves, in 2009, 2010 and 2012. He played his junior rugby at Leigh East.
Two-times Super League Grand Final winner George Williams, a former Wigan St Patricks player, played in his first Challenge Cup final in 2017 against Hull FC.
The 26 winners from this weekend’s Round One fixtures will be drawn in 13 ties which will take place on February 9-10.
Fans will be able to watch two of this weekend’s first round ties with no charge.
Saturday’s trans-Pennine meeting of Orrell St James and Underbank Rangers from Holmfirth will be shown on the RFL’s Our League app, while Sunday’s historic meeting of Millom and Red Star Belgrade in Cumbria will be shown by the BBC on their online platforms.
The full schedule of Coral Challenge Cup first round fixtures are as follows:
Saturday, January 27 (all games kick-off at 2.00pm unless stated)
Orrell St James v Underbank Rangers (Live on Our League)
Kells v Rochdale Mayfield
West Bowling v Hammersmith Hills Hoists
Dewsbury Moor v Skirlaugh
East Leeds v Batley Boys
Wigan St Judes v Crosfields
Bentley v Army
Royal Navy v West Hull
Drighlington v All Golds
Distington v Torfaen Tigers
Shaw Cross Sharks v Haydock
Ovenden v Woolston Rovers
Hunslet Warriors v Featherstone Lions
York Acorn v Beverley
Normanton Knights v Edinburgh Eagles
Bradford Dudley Hill v Milford Marlins
Clock Face Miners v Siddal
Hunslet Club Parkside v Thornhill Trojans
Thatto Heath Crusaders v Stanningley
London Chargers v Wath Brow Hornets
Leigh Miners Rangers v Oulton Raiders (2.30pm)
Wallsend Eagles v British Police (2.30pm)
Leigh East v Wigan St Patricks (2.30pm)
Sunday, January 28
North Herts Crusaders v Royal Air Force (1.00pm)
Lock Lane v Longhorns (1.30pm)
Millom v Red Star Belgrade (1.30pm – Live on BBC Sport)