The FA Cup fifth round is taking place this week, with the final four fixtures to be carried out over the next two days.
Four sides have already booked their place in the quarter-finals – and they all come from the Premier League.
Arsenal got the ball rolling on Monday night when they bounced back from their Europa League heartbreak against Olympiakos to win 2-0 away at League One outfit Portsmouth.
Chelsea produced a spirited 2-0 victory against Liverpool last night to reach the last eight, while Newcastle and Sheffield United also joined them by toppling West Brom and Reading respectively.
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There are still four more teams to confirm their place in the hat for the quarter-finals; with Leicester vs Birmingham, Sheffield Wednesday vs Manchester City and Tottenham vs Norwich to come tonight.
And Manchester United are set for a reunion with all-time record goalscorer Wayne Rooney in the final outing of the round away at Derby tomorrow night.
So when is the quarter-final draw going ahead? Starsport are on hand with all the details.
When is the FA Cup quarter-final draw?
The draw will take place this evening following the conclusion of Manchester City’s clash with Sheffield Wednesday.
If the game doesn’t go to extra-time and penalties, it will get underway at around 9:50pm.
Derby and Manchester United, who lock horns at Pride Park tomorrow night, will already know their quarter-final opponent by the time they face off.
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What TV channel is it on?
It will be televised on BBC one and BBC iPlayer once City and Wednesday have played out their fifth-round tie.
Mark Chapman is due to host the draw live from Hillsborough, while Arsenal legend Martin Keown and Newcastle and Tottenham great Chris Waddle will pick out the teams.
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What are the ball numbers?
1. Sheffield Wednesday or Manchester City
2. Sheffield United
5. Leicester or Birmingham
6. Derby or Manchester United
7. Tottenham or Norwich
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Replays are not played out in the FA Cup from the fifth round onwards, meaning all ties will go to extra-time and penalties if the scores remain level.
Of course, both the semi-finals and final are played at Wembley, so one more victory in the last eight will be enough to seal a day out at the national stadium.
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