19:32

And that's it! The big boys, well, those who are still in the competition anyway, have been kept away from each other while the heroes of the fourth round Bradford City have been fed a home tie against Sunderland or Fulham.

Holders Arsenal welcome Middlesbrough to the Emirates while Manchester United, if they can manage to edge their way past Cambridge United, will face the winner of Preston North End v Sheffield United.

Liverpool have been handed a very tough trip to Crystal Palace, where Brendan Rodgers' side have conceded six goals in their last two trips to Selhurst Park.

Thoese fixtures in full:

Crystal Palace v Liverpool or Bolton

Arsenal v Middlesbrough

Aston Villa v Leicester City

West Brom v West Ham

Bradford City v Sunderland or Fulham

Blackburn Rovers v Rochdale or Stoke City

Derby v Reading

Preston or Sheffield United v Cambridge United or Manchester United

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Preston or Sheffield United v Cambridge United or Manchester United

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Derby v Reading

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Blackburn Rovers v Rochdale or Stoke City

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Bradford City v Sunderland or Fulham

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West Brom v West Ham United

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Aston Villa v Leicester City

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Arsenal v Middlesbrough

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Crystal Palace v Liverpool or Bolton

19:23

The balls are out of the bag! Here we go...

19:19

Not too long to go now, hopefully. While we wait for the One Show to get on with it and get to the important business of the draw, here's a reminder of the numbers to look out for this evening.

1. Crystal Palace
2. Cambridge United or Manchester United
3. Blackburn Rovers
4. Bradford City
5. Derby County
6. Preston North End or Sheffield United
7. West Bromwich Albion
8. Aston Villa
9. Reading
10. Liverpool or Bolton Wanderers
11. Leicester City
12. Arsenal
13. Rochdale or Stoke City
14. Sunderland or Fulham
15. West Ham United
16. Middlesbrough

19:17

Who will Bradford City fancy this evening, then? The Bantams dismantled Jose Mourinho's Chelsea on Saturday and a quick browse through Twitter suggests quite a few of their supporters fancy a showdown with Manchester United in the fifth round.

Arsenal wouldn't be a bad draw either, but the Yorkshire club have already been there and done that, beating the Gunners on penalties in December 2012 to book their place in the Capital One Cup semi-finals.

19:12

While all the focus is on tonight's fifth round draw there is still the small matter of a few fourth round replays to take place. Cambridge United travel to Old Trafford where they will attempt to pile more misery on Manchester United and Louis van Gaal while Neil Lennon's Bolton welcome Liverpool to the Macron Stadium. Those ties take place on 3 and 4 February.

Sunderland v Fulham and Preston v Sheffield United still have their clashes to settle, too.

19:02

There is one more game from the fourth round to be played, by the way. Rochdale host Stoke City at the Spotland Stadium. That game kicks off at 9pm (GMT).

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FA Cup third round
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The fifth round draw for the FA Cup takes place this evening and the two best teams in the country are not part of it. Harrowing defeats for Chelsea and Manchester City saw Bradford City and Middlesbrough gleefully take their place in Monday's draw with the competition now promising to be the most enthralling edition in years.

There is still the small matter of a handful of fourth round replays to take place with Manchester United and Liverpool still yet to book their place in the next round. But as it stands this evening, Arsenal and West Ham United are the only two teams in the top half of the Premier League table with their place safely booked.

The draw is scheduled to start at 7:20pm (GMT). Until then, here are the draw numbers for the fifth round fixtures which will take place over the weekend of the 14 and 15 February.

1. Crystal Palace
2. Cambridge United or Manchester United
3. Blackburn Rovers
4. Bradford City
5. Derby County
6. Preston North End or Sheffield United
7. West Bromwich Albion
8. Aston Villa
9. Reading
10. Liverpool or Bolton Wanderers
11. Leicester City
12. Arsenal
13. Rochdale or Stoke City
14. Sunderland or Fulham
15. West Ham United
16. Middlesbrough