Follow the FA Cup final draw live as the last-eight teams in the competition learn their opponents.
Arsenal and Chelsea are already safely through after defeating Portsmouth and Liverpool respectively, where they are joined by Newcastle and Sheffield United.
Tonight’s matches see Tottenham take on Norwich, holders Manchester City face Sheffield Wednesday, and Leicester host Birmingham. Manchester United take on Wayne Rooney’s Derby County in the final fifth-round tie tomorrow night. Follow the draw live below:
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- Tom Kershaw
- 4 March 2020 21:05
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When is the FA Cup draw?
The draw will take place on Wednesday 4 March at Hillsborough at the conclusion of Sheffield Wednesday vs Manchester City, which will be approximately 9:45pm.
How can I watch it?
The draw will be broadcast on BBC One and on BBC iPlayer following coverage of Sheffield Wednesday v Manchester City.
Who is hosting the draw?
The draw will be presented by Mark Chapman, who will be assisted by Martin Keown and Chris Waddle.
When do the quarter-final ties take place?
The ties are scheduled to take place later this month on the weekend of Saturday 21 March.
What are the ball numbers?
1. Sheffield Wednesday or Manchester City
2. Sheffield United
4. Newcastle United
5. Leicester City or Birmingham City
6. Derby County or Manchester United
7. Tottenham Hotspur or Norwich City
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