FA Cup fifth round
When is the FA Cup fifth round draw? Teams, times, details
With a quarter final in sight, find out who will be facing off against each other in the next stage of the Emirates FA Cup.
Many of the Premier League's big boys are in the pot while there are a number of other clubs looking for a chance to progress to the quarter finals of the Emirates FA Cup. If you are on tenterhooks to find out who meets who and when, allow us to help...
What time does the FA Cup fifth round draw start?
The FA Cup fifth round draw is expected to begin precisely at 19:19 local time GMT (20:19 CET). That's 12:19 in New York, 11:19 in Dallas and 09:19 in LA.
Find out here what time the draw gets underway wherever you are in the world.
How can I watch the FA Cup fifth round draw?
The draw will be shown in the UK on BBC 1, which can also be accessed through the BBC iPlayer. 'The Emirates FA Cup Show' will have live coverage on the Emirates FA Cup twitter account from 18.45 GMT.
From the 736 clubs in the tournamant in August, things are now getting serious, with a trip to Wembley not too far out of the imagination. Previous winners Glen Johnson and Teddy Sheringham will be conducting proceedings.
The FA Cup fifth round draw live on AS English
You can also follow every moment of the draw with our own inimitable live coverage, right here on AS English. Paul Reidy will be on point to take you through the pairings as they happen.
Here are the numbers associated to each club(s):
1 Manchester United
3 Southampton or Tottenham Hotspur
4 Sheffield Wednesday
5 AFC Bournemouth of Arsenal
6 Northampton Town or Derby County
7 Leicester City
8 Sheffield United
9 Reading or Cardiff City
10 West Bromwich Albion
11 Norwich City
12 Coventry City or Birmingham City
13 Manchester City
14 Newcastle United or Oxford United
16 Shrewsbury Town or Liverpool
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