Having beaten Concord Rangers in the Third Round of the Essex Senior Cup holder Billericay Town will travel to Caton’s Lane to play Saffron Walden Town.
The date for the fixture will be announced once it has been confirmed.
Saffron Walden Town are the oldest football club in Essex and compete in the Essex Senior League.
Saffron Walden were one of the founder members of the Essex Senior League, with The Blues, for the 1971-72 season.
The two sides first met on 11 September 1971 at New Lodge. Town legend Arthur Coughlan scored that afternoon as Billericay won the match 2-1.
The last time the two clubs met was on 21 February 1995 in the semi-final of the Essex Senior Cup. Town won the match 2-0, both goals being scored by Paul Battram. The Blues lost to Grays Athletic in the final.
Billericay have not won at Saffron Walden since April 1989 when they recorded a 2-0 victory in the Isthmian League Second Division.
The Bloods and The Blues have met in 26 competitive matches since 1971 with Billericay winning 19 of the matches. Walden have won 7 and the two sides have never drawn. Billericay have scored 47 times against Saffron Walden and conceded 28 goals.