Burnley's Carabao Cup third round tie with Millwall will take place on Wednesday with a 7pm kick off.
The Clarets beat Sheffield United on Thursday to set up a trip to the Den to take on the Championship outfit who were 3-1 winners over Cheltenham Town.
The winners of the last 32 clash will have a home game against either holders Manchester City or Bournemouth in round four with those ties to be played week commencing September 28.
Four third round ties will be broadcast live on Sky Sports but the Clarets trip to the capital is not one of them.
However are still set to be able to watch the fixture with the match set to be streamed on the Carabao Cup website, as the tie with Sheffield United was.
All non televised matches in the competition will be streamed meaning supporters can watch their side in action for a fee on the following basis: EFL Club vs EFL Club – streamed on iFollow or club equivalent service; EFL Club vs Premier League Club – streamed on carabaocup.live; Premier League Club vs Premier League Club – streamed on carabaocup.live
The streaming of matches is a temporary measure put in place while clubs operate at a zero or reduced capacity and will be subject to regular review.
Sean Dyche's side face a trip to Leicester City on Sunday (7pm) and then welcome Southampton to Turf Moor next weekend in what is a hectic start to the campaign.
Burnley are missing Ben Mee, Ashley Barnes and Jack Cork through injury while Johann Berg Gudmundsson was added to that list after he was stretchered off against the Blades.