Seven-time winners Chelsea will travel to Everton in the stand-out fixture of the FA Cup quarter-finals. A repeat of the 2009 final sees Guus Hiddink face the same team whom he won the trophy against during his first spell as boss of the Stamford Bridge club.
Elsewhere, the only club outside of the Premier League guaranteed a place in the last eight Reading will host Crystal Palace. Alan Pardew, a runner up as a player with the Eagles in 1990, will take on the club he managed on a permanent basis from 1999 to 2003.
Holders Arsenal will face London opposition in the form of Watford in the sixth round if they can overcome Championship leaders Hull City in a replay. The third meeting in as many seasons in the competition ended in a stalemate at The Emirates Stadium, with a date still to be confirmed for the return fixture.
West Ham United's reward for thrashing Blackburn Rovers is a potential date with League One Shrewsbury Town – the lowest ranked side remaining in the competition – or Manchester United. Louis van Gaal's side travel to New Meadow on Monday [22 February] in the only tie yet to be played.
FA Cup quarter-final draw in full [ties to be played across the weekend of 11-14 March]:
Reading vs Crystal Palace, Everton vs Chelsea, Arsenal or Hull City vs Watford, Shrewsbury Town or Manchester United vs West Ham United