BARROW Raiders and 10 other Betfred Championship teams will join the 13 surviving clubs from last weekend's ties in the bag when the draw for the fourth round of this year's Ladbrokes Challenge Cup takes place this evening.

The Raiders are ball number one for the draw, which is being conducted by ex-Barrow captain Andrew Henderson – now assistant coach at Warrington Wolves – and Rob Parker, who won the competition with Bradford Bulls in 2003.

All of Barrow's Championship rivals, with the exception of Toulouse Olympique, are involved in the draw, along with 10 League One teams and the three remaining amateur sides from round three.

Among the opponents Paul Crarey's side could be paired with are the Bulls, who trounced West Wales Raiders 82-6 over the weekend. Bradford are ball number three, while fellow Cumbrian sides Whitehaven and Workington Town are numbers 22 and 23 respectively.

Of the amateur sides, Cumbrians Kells are number 10, while Pilkington Recs – who beat Millom 32-16 – are number 17 and Normanton Knights are number 14.

A place in round five and a possible clash with a Super League teams awaits the winners from this round, which Barrow achieved last year when they travelled to Leeds Rhinos.

The draw takes place from 7pm and will be streamed on the BBC Sport website.

Challenge Cup fourth-round draw numbers: 1. Barrow Raiders; 2. Batley Bulldogs; 3. Bradford Bulls; 4. Coventry Bears; 5. Dewsbury Rams; 6. Doncaster; 7. Featherstone Rovers; 8. Halifax; 9. Hunslet; 10. Kells; 11. Leigh Centurions; 12. London Broncos; 13. Newcastle Thunder; 14. Normanton Knights; 15. North Wales Crusaders; 16. Oldham; 17. Pilkington Recs; 18. Rochdale Hornets; 19. Sheffield Eagles; 20. Swinton Lions; 21. Toronto Wolfpack; 22. Whitehaven; 23. Workington Town; 24. York City Knights.