The FA Cup fifth round draw takes place this Sunday with the 16 teams that remain finding out their fate as they strive to make the quarter-finals.
Middlesbrough were the first side to book their place at this stage of the competition, shocking Manchester United on penalties on Friday. By the end of the weekend, 16 clubs will be one step closer to reaching a Wembley final.
Here is everything you need to know about the draw...
When is the FA Cup fifth round draw?
The draw for the fifth round of the 2021/22 FA Cup takes place on Sunday 6 February, prior to Liverpool vs Cardiff City.
It has been confirmed that things will kick off at around 11:40am, with former Manchester United and Newcastle United striker Andy Cole pulling out the balls.
Where can I watch the FA Cup fifth round draw on TV/live stream?
This year's draw will be broadcasted live on ITV1 in the UK and on ESPN+ in the United States. You will also be able to follow coverage on the Emirates FA Cup Twitter account.
FA Cup fifth round draw numbers
- Crystal Palace
- AFC Bournemouth or Boreham Wood
- Huddersfield Town
- Peterborough United
- Luton Town
- West Ham United
- Tottenham Hotspur
- Liverpool or Cardiff City
- Stoke City
- Nottingham Forest or Leicester City
- Manchester City
- Norwich City
FA Cup fifth round dates
This year the ties for the FA Cup fifth round are taking place in midweek. The FA website record the date for the ties as Wednesday 2 March, but it is likely that fixtures will take place on the Tuesday and Thursday of that week too.