10-time FA Cup champions, Hearts of Oak have been drawn against fellow Premier League rivals Liberty Professionals as Asante Kotoko will face Division One League side FC Bekwai Youth Football Academy (BYFA) in the MTN FA Cup round of 64.

The draw which took place in Accra on Thursday saw the 18 Ghana Premier League Clubs pitted against the 46 teams that qualified from the preliminary stage of the competition.

26 Division One League teams made it to this stage as well as 20 third-tier clubs from across the country.

The Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association is however expected to make a decision on the match between Techiman City and Unity FC which ended abruptly to determine which team will compete in the round of 64.

The 64 teams were grouped into 8 regional zones for the draw.

There were some mouthwatering ties including an all Premier League affair between King Faisal and AshantiGold, and then Aduana Stars who face regional rivals Techiman Eleven Wonders.

Below is the FA Cup full draw:

Accra Great Olympics vs Charity Stars FC

Tema Youth FC vs Inter Allies FC 

Accra City Stars FC vs Third World FC 

Accra Hearts of Oak vs Liberty Professionals 

Legon Cities vs Uncle T

FC Attram De Visser vs Mighty Jets

FC Okyeman Planners FC vs Young Wise FC

Kade United FC vs Okwawu United 

Phar Rangers vs Dreams FC

Kintampo Top Talents FC vs Mighty Royals FC

Aduana Stars vs Eleven Wonders 

Kato Freedom Fighters vs Bechem United 

Kenyasi New Dreams FC vs Sunyani Reformers 

Young Apostles FC vs Techiman City/Unity FC

Berekum Chelsea vs Bofoakwa Tano FC 

WAFA FC vs Akatsi Allstars FC 

Hearts of Lions FC vs Bebeto FC 

Wassaman FC vs Asokwa Deportivo 

River Plate Athletic Club vs Thunderbolt

FC Bekwai Youth Football Academy vs Asante Kotoko 

King Faisal vs AshantiGold 

Kintampo FC vs Bolga Soccer Masters 

Real 24 Hours FC vs Steadfast FC 

Paga Crocodiles vs Sombo Freedom Stars 

RTU vs Tamale City  

Aboi Young Stars vs Samartex 

Sekondi Eleven Wise vs Medeama SC 

Sekondi Hasaacas vs Karela United FC

The round of 64 games will take place on the weekend of May 28-31.

Kotoko remain defending champions after winning the last edition in 2017.