19:30: FA Cup quarter final draw
Well, well, well. Victory for Manchester United sees them face Arsenal in the last eight. Bradford host Reading, so we're guaranteed a Football League side in the semi-final, while Liverpool host Blackburn Rovers. Tim Sherwood's Aston Villa take on West Brom in a midlands derby. Lovely draw.
Well that brings an end to our live coverage of the quarter-final draw. Head back over to our live blog of Preston-Manchester United for all the latest updates from Deepdale.
Liverpool v Blackburn Rovers
Bradford City v Reading
Preston North End/Manchester United v Arsenal
Aston Villa v West Bromwich Albion
The BBC have crossed to the draw ceremony and we're on the verge now. Hodgson and Finney Jr in place. Come on, so close.
Ok, the pre-draw nonsense is just about over and we're almost ready to go in this quarter-final draw. Roy Hodgson and Brian Finney, son of Tom Finney, will conduct the draw. At the moment, a few delay tactics from our broadcasters the BBC.
Remember if you're not that fussed by the draw which is taking place in the next few minutes, you can follow our live blog for Preston-Manchester United here which is just 15 minutes away.
The FA Cup draw is scheduled for some time between 7:30pm and kick-off at Deepdale which is around 7:45pm. The BBC magazine show The One Show is currently delaying the start to the draw which will be conducted by England manager Roy Hodgson. Here is Mr Hodgson and chairman Greg Dyke with the trophy earlier today. Note first class.
For those of you living under a rock over the last 48 hours or so, here are the teams in the hat for the last eight draw, including those all important numbers so you can be ahead of the game.
3. Aston Villa
4. West Bromwich Albion
5. Bradford City
6. Blackburn Rovers
8. Preston North End or Manchester United
After another thrilling and shocking FA Cup weekend, attention once again turns to who will be paired in the last eight draw as teams stand just one match away from a trip to Wembley in the semi-finals. Premier League giants Arsenal and Liverpool potentially lie in wait for the likes of Bradford City, Reading and Blackburn Rovers of the Football League. The balls come out of the hat any minute now...