We have noticed you are using an ad blocker
To continue providing news and award winning journalism, we rely on advertising revenue.
To continue reading, please turn off your ad blocker or whitelist us.
FA Cup fifth-round draw - Ties to be played across the weekend of 19-22 February
- Chelsea drawn at home to Manchester City after thumping win over MK Dons
- League One side Shrewsbury rewarded for knocking out Sheffield Wednesday with a money-spinning tie against Manchester United at Greenhous Meadow
- Hull are drawn against Arsenal for the third consecutive season
- Liverpool will face a trip to Blackburn if they can negotiate a fourth-round replay against West Ham
- Tottenham handed an all-Premier League tie against London rivals Crystal Palace
A reminder that all fifth-round ties will be played across the weekend of 19-22 February 2016.
That just about does it for this live blog, but stay tuned to IBTimes UK for all the latest on those matches.
An interesting draw headlined by Chelsea hosting Manchester City. Shrewsbury will be delighted that they have been rewarded for that gutsy win over Sheffield Wednesday with a plum home tie against Manchester United, but you have to feel sorry for Hull as they face Arsenal for the third season in succession.
Tottenham have an all-London affair against top-flight rivals Crystal Palace, while Liverpool or West Ham will travel to Blackburn.
Bournemouth vs Everton
Arsenal vs Hull
Tottenham vs Crystal Palace
Blackburn vs Liverpool or West Ham
Shrewsbury vs Manchester United
Watford vs Leeds
Reading vs West Brom or Peterborough
Chelsea vs Manchester City
The draw is coming up now. Mark Lawrenson will select the home teams, while Ruud Gullit is on away duty.
Here we go...
Not a good omen...
After a fourth-round weekend distinctly lacking in any notable giant-killings, all the big hitters are represented tonight. Manchester United beat Derby 3-1 on Friday, while Arsenal edged past Burnley and Tottenham thrashed Colchester before Chelsea dominated MK Dons from start to finish.
Everton also had little trouble in seeing off the challenge of Carlisle and Leeds were victorious over cash-strapped Bolton. Shrewsbury's last-gasp win against Championship promotion hopefuls Sheffield Wednesday was the only real 'shock' of the round.
Here is a reminder of all the results:
Derby 1-3 Manchester United
Colchester 1-4 Tottenham
Arsenal 2-1 Burnley
Bury 1-3 Hull City
Portsmouth 1-2 AFC Bournemouth
Oxford United 0-3 Blackburn Rovers
Crystal Palace 1-0 Stoke City
Nottingham Forest 0-1 Watford
Shrewsbury Town 3-2 Sheffield Wednesday
Reading 4-0 Walsall
Aston Villa 0-4 Manchester City
Bolton Wanderers 1-2 Leeds United
West Bromwich Albion 2-2 Peterborough United
Liverpool 0-0 West Ham
Carlisle 0-3 Everton
MK Dons 1-5 Chelsea
With only two fourth-round replays to come between Peterborough/West Brom and West Ham/Liverpool, we should have a clear picture of how the last 16 ties will shape up.
Here are all the numbers you need to know...
1 West Bromwich Albion or Peterborough United
2 Leeds United
4 Manchester United
6 Liverpool or West Ham United
7 Manchester City
8 Shrewsbury Town
11 Crystal Palace
12 Blackburn Rovers
13 AFC Bournemouth
14 Tottenham Hotspur
15 Hull City
With the fourth-round draw having been surprisingly pencilled in for a Monday night slot on The One Show, the fifth-round edition has been brought forward 24 hours due to all the joys of transfer deadline day.
We will have live coverage of the draw as it happens right here. Proceedings in Milton Keynes are set to get underway at 18.15 GMT, following on from Chelsea's dominant 5-1 victory at Stadium mk.