Published: 13:54, 07 October 2019
| Updated: 14:02, 07 October 2019
The draw has been made for the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup.
Ebbsfleet have been drawn at home to National League rivals Woking.
The teams met in the league last month, with Fleet's remarkable late comeback claiming a 2-2 draw at Kingfield.
Dover also come into the competition in this round and have been handed a trip to Weymouth, who sit fourth in National League South.
Their opponents knocked Folkestone out in the second qualifying round and sit 14th in the Southern Premier Central Division.
Jay Saunders' Margate won on the road on Saturday - 4-2 at Salisbury - and they'll need to repeat the trick if they are to reach the first round after being given a trip to Oxford City.
National League South Oxford are 18th in the table with just two league wins to their name this season.
After coming through two tricky away ties, managerless Dartford have been given a home tie against either Kingstonian or Weston-super-Mare, who drew 1-1 on Saturday.
The prize money on offer in this round goes up to £18,750 for the winners, with the losers each pocketing £6,250.
Winners will progress to the first round proper of the FA Cup with the potential to draw the likes of Gillingham, Ipswich or Sunderland.
Fourth Qualifying Round draw (selected ties): Dartford v Kingstonian or Weston-super-Mare, Ebbsfleet v Woking, Maidstone v Kings Langley, Oxford City v Margate, Welling v Eastleigh, Weymouth v Dover.
The fourth qualifying round ties are due to be played on Saturday, October 19.