Full time: Everton 3-1 Swansea City

Full time: Sheffield United 3-1 Nottingham Forest

15:30: FA Cup sixth round draw

Full time: Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool

Arsenal v Liverpool

17:56: What a cup tie at the Emirates. That's all we've got time for this Sunday evening. We'll have wall-to-wall coverage of the return of the Champions League this week, so until then, goodbye.

17:55: Arsenal into the sixth round of the FA Cup after a thrilling win over Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored the first and made the second for Lukas Podolski but Steven Gerrard's penalty gave the visitors hope. Lukasz Fabianski was imperious however and saved time and time again from Sturridge and Suarez. Arsenal face Everton in the last eight after avenging their 5-1 loss to the Reds at Anfield last week and have the small task of European Champions Bayern Munich on Wednesday. For Liverpool, their attention turns to the league after a sterling effort in north London.

Full time: Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool

17:51: Three added minutes at the Emirates Stadium.

17:50: Olivier Giroud on for Arsenal easing concerns he might have faced internal action after admitting to breaking a club curfuw. The Gunners need him now to help see them into the sixth round. A minute plus stoppage time to go.

17:47: Less than five minutes to go at the Emirates and Arsenal are doing there best to see this one out. Great chance for Liverpool though as Gerrard's free-kick finds Daniel Agger, who heads wide as Lukasz Fabianski comes out and gets nothing.

17:40: Worth mentioning amid the chances at both ends that Steven Gerrard was fortunate not to have been sent off after a foul deep in the Arsenal half. Another error from Howard Webb.

17:39: Mistake from Koscielny allows Sturridge in and when the ball is eventually recycled, Gerrard's cross finds the incoming Suarez who volleys into the ground but again, straight at Fabianski. Another chance for Liverpool comes as Coutinho breaks in from the left but his cross finds the Arsenal 'keeper.

17:34: Well, Arsenal will no doubt get chances on the break as Liverpool pile forward but they are unlkely to come much easier than this one for Santi Cazorla. A cross from the right is only half cleared and the Spaniard swings a right boot at it and the ball flies into the crowd.

17:28: Howard Webb has been included in the shortlist of referees for the Fifa World Cup this summer. You have to hope Sepp Blatter and co. don't see that decision again. A real shocker from Webb. Liverpool will justifiably feel the injustice should they crash out this afternoon.

17:26: Free-kick for Liverpool after Arteta fouls Flanagan. Suarez takes aim and when the ball comes off the wall Suarez moves away from Oxlade-Chamberlain, who takes out the Uruguyan but referee Howard Webb refrain from giving a penalty. A baffling decision.

17:24: Liverpool all over Arsenal now and again they fail to take advantage. Sturridge is put through for the third time this afternoon, but his attempts to round Fabianski ses the Pole make a vital block.

17:21: Really needless, silly challenge from Lukas Podolski on Luis Suarez, who need no invitation to go down and Howard Webb points to the spot. Steven Gerrard, who has been imperious from the spot of late, sends Fabianski the wrong way.

Goal: Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool (Steven Gerrard)

Penalty to Liverpool

17:18: More chances coming for Liverpool. Sturridge toying with the Arsenal back four and when he creates a yard, he shoots but it's straight at Fabianski.

17:16: That really was a stunning attack from Arsenal, a real swashbuckling move which ended with a stunning finish from Podolski. A decisive minute following Fabianski's save from Suarez. Liverpool attempt to hit back, but Suarez's dipping half-volley flies just over.

17:10: Arsenal survive a Suarez scare and then go down the other end and double their lead. Ozil plays in Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who speeds away from Daniel Agger and crosses for Lukas Podolski, who bangs Arsenal two ahead. The sixth round beckons.

Goal: Arsenal 2-0 Liverpool (Lukas Podolski)

17:07: Just 30 seconds into the second half and Liverpool are ruing another missed chance. This is time it's Suarez, who wriggles clear but Fabianski is again equal to his effort across goal.

17:06: Teams are out for the start of the second half. No changes. Remember, the winner faces Everton for a place at Wembley. Under way at the start of the second half.

Full time: Sheffield United 3-1 Nottingham Forest

16:57: Two goals in as many minutes right at the end are sending Sheffield United into the quarter-finals. Chris Porter first scores a penalty before netting in stoppage time. Still playing at Bramall Lane but it's all done bar the shouting. The Sheffield-derby is still on.

Goal: Sheffield United 3-1 Nottingham Forest (Chris Porter)

Goal: Sheffield United 2-1 Nottingham Forest (Chris Porter)

Penalty to Sheffield United

Half time: Arsenal 1-0 Liverpool

16:48: Liverpool show a flash of the quality they possess as Suarez gets away and flashes a shot across goal which Fabianski is forced to palm away. The Uruguay international has another effort at goal, which drifts just wide.

16:47: Bit ponderous from Liverpool in attack and Arsenal break. Podolski is free on the left but before he can be found, Gerrard takes out Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. A tactical yellow card for the Reds skipper.

16:41: After a little spell from Liverpool, Arsenal are back on the attack. Ozil makes a forray in the penalty area but when his effort is blocked, Podolski shanks the ball high and wide.

16:38: No doubt Raheem Sterling is the in-form winger in the Premier League right now and he skates round Koscielny and almost wins a penalty after a clash of legs. He does win Liverpool a corner, but it comes to nothing.

16:33: Liverpool gone off the boil somewhat since the Arsenal goal, which has really changed the flow of this game. Flanagan crosses from the right and overhits it, to sum up how the Reds' standards have slipped. Long way to go however.

Goal: Sheffield United 1-1 Nottingham Forest (Conor Coady)

16:22: Arsenal ahead in fortunate circumstances after 16 minutes. A free-kick for the home side is cleared, but Ozil's ball back in finds Sanogo, who shot is blocked and the loose ball falls the way of Oxlade-Chamberlain who has the simple task to pass past Brad Jones.

Goal: Arsenal 1-0 Liverpool (Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain)

16:16: First start for Yaya Sanogo today after the odd cameo appearance at the start of the season. Ozil plays a nice ball over the top for him, but the French youth international wastes the chance to cross the ball, hit the ball into the ground and back off himself and behind for a goal-kick. Not an ideal start.

16:11: Nacho Monreal booked for a horrid challenge on Flanagan. Gerrard takes the free-kick from the right but it's overhit and Arsenal survive.

16:09: Second chance for Liverpool and a second chance for Sturridge. Suarez flicks the ball over the Arsenal back four and the England man rounds Fabianski but he can only hit the side-netting. Two golden opportunities for the visitors.

16:07: Two minutes in and Liverpool should be ahead. Daniel Sturridge, who is chasing a goal in a record ninth consecutive game this afternoon, is played in by Gerrard but Fabianski smothers the effort.

16:04: Under way at the Emirates Stadium. Should be a cracker this one.

15:56: Arsenal make seven changes for the visit of Liverpool head of the Champions League game against Bayern Munich. Mesut Ozil and Lukas Podolski both play but the attack is led by Yaya Sanogo. For Liverpool, they bring in Brad Jones, who is one of three changes.

Half time: Sheffield United 0-1 Nottingham Forest

15:51: Teams:

Arsenal: Fabianski, Jenkinson, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Monreal, Flamini, Arteta, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ozil, Podolski, Sanogo

Liverpool: Jones; Flanagan, Skrtel, Agger, Cissokho; Gerrard Allen; Coutinho; Sterling Suarez Sturridge.

15:44: So, a nice last eight draw on the horizon it seems. Now, how about those looking to make it? Forest lead the Blades, before Arsenal and Liverpool renew rivalries.

Goal: Sheffield United 0-1 Nottingham Forest (Jamie Paterson)

15:25: Plenty of time to react to Everton's emphatic win over Swansea later, but for now we break for the sixth round draw of the FA Cup. Follow the draw live here.

Full time: Everton 3-1 Swansea City

15:08: Two goals in six minutes puts Everton into the sixth round. First, Naismith reacts first after Neil Taylor's poor pass back before Baines slots home a penalty after Naismith is fouled by Richards.

Goal: Everton 3-1 Swansea City (Leighton Baines)

Goal: Everton 2-1 Swansea City (Steven Naismith)

14:38: Second half underway at Goodison.

Half time: Everton 1-1 Swansea City

14:17: Chances aplenty at both ends as this tie closes towards half time. Kevin Mirallas is denied from a free-kick by Tremmel before Robles saves well from Lamah. Hard to choose a winner at this stage.

13:56: The hosts spring back into life at Goodison. Baines crosses from the left and Pienaar latches onto it, strikes the bar and Tremmel saves well from Traore's follow-up header. It's all go in this one.

13:49: Swansea have begun well at Goodison, despite falling behind, and are now level. Lamah's cross is inbetween Jagielka and Distin and De Guzman comes in and heads into the corner.

Goal: Everton 1-1 Swansea City (Jonathan de Guzman)

13:39: Everton take little short of five minutes to hit the front. A free-kick from the front causes confusion and the ball falls the way of Sylvain Distin. The Frenchman refrains from shooting and instead tees up home debutant Lacina Traore, who flicks the ball home from all of five yards. Dream start for the hosts after surviving that early scare.

Goal: Everton 1-0 Swansea City (Lacina Traore)

13:35: Just two minutes in and Swansea cut open Everton apart and almost take the lead. Vazquez waltzes through, rounds Robles but his pull back is cleared.

13:32: After a superbly observed minute silence in the memory of Sir Tom Finney, we're underway at a sun-decked Goodison.

13:17: Despite victory in the south Wales derby against Cardiff City, Garry Monk's selection today points towards the club playing for survival in the Premier League, not least the return of the Europa League in mid-week. Glorious afternoon at Goodison Park, and the home crowd expects.

13:00: So after Sunderland, Wigan Athletic and Manchester City booked their place in the FA Cup last eight, today is the turn of six other sides hoping to take a step closer to Wembley. Later, we'll see whether Sheffield United can take any scalp as they face Championship side Nottingham Forest, before another all-Premier League tie as Arsenal host Liverpool a week on from their 5-1 defeat at Anfield.

But we start with Everton led by Roberto Martinez who won the competition with Wigan Athletic last season, taking on his former club Swansea City who are led by Garry Monk who played with and under the Spaniard while at the Liberty Stadium. Interesting clash in prospect.Teams are below:

Everton: Robles, Coleman, Baines, Jagielka, Distin, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Pienaar, Barkley, Traore.

Swansea City: Tremmel, Richards, Bartley, Amat, Taylor, Canas, de Guzman, Hernandez, Routledge, Lamah, Vazquez.