Jack Grimmer
Shrewsbury secured a memorable victory against Sheffield Wednesday courtesy of Jack Grimmer's late winner Getty

The draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup produced several intriguing ties, with Premier League giants Chelsea and Manchester City set to go head-to-head at Stamford Bridge. League One strugglers Shrewsbury Town, meanwhile, have been rewarded for their last-gasp win over Sheffield Wednesday in the last 32 with a money-spinning home clash against Louis van Gaal's Manchester United at Greenhous Meadow.

Elsewhere in the draw that took place in Milton Keynes shortly after Chelsea's dominant 5-1 thrashing of hapless MK Dons, Hull were paired alongside holders Arsenal for the third season in a row. Steve Bruce's side pushed the Gunners to extra-time before losing the 2014 final thanks to a 109th-minute goal from Aaron Ramsey and were also knocked out by the same opponents at the third-round stage last season.

Tottenham, who thrashed Colchester on 30 January, face an all-Premier League affair with London rivals Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane. Everton will meet Bournemouth, while the winner of Liverpool's fourth-round replay at West Ham are set to travel to Blackburn. 2015 semi-finalists Reading await either West Brom or Peterborough.

FA Cup fifth round draw in full (ties to be played across the weekend of 19-22 February):

Chelsea vs Manchester City, Reading vs West Brom or Peterborough, Watford vs Leeds, Shrewsbury vs Manchester United, Blackburn vs Liverpool or West Ham, Tottenham vs Crystal Palace, Arsenal vs Hull, Bournemouth vs Everton