FA Cup 5th round draw: how and where to watch, times, TV, online
All the information on how and where to watch the draw for the next stage of the 2021-22 FA Cup with the draw for the fifth round to take place on 6 February.
West Ham United and Chelsea both narrowly avoided ignominious FA Cup exits with narrow wins against lower-league opposition but Everton marked Frank Lampard's first game in charge by sauntering past Brentford into the fifth round on Saturday.
A day devoid of shocks also had Premier League leaders Manchester City crush second-tier Fulham 4-1 while relegation strugglers Norwich City enjoyed a morale-boosting 1-0 win at top-flight rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers.
After Middlesbrough's incredible penalty shoot-out win at 12-time winners Manchester United on Friday, the stage was set for sixth-tier Kidderminster Harriers to supply some FA Cup magic as they hosted high-flying West Ham United.
Kidderminster led for 72 minutes thanks to Alex Penny's side-footed goal in the 19th minute but with one of the great FA Cup shocks brewing, Declan Rice levelled in stoppage time. Then, as penalties loomed at the end of extra time, Jarrod Bowen broke Kidderminster's hearts to earn West Ham a 2-1 win.
What time does the fifth round draw of the 2021-22 FA Cup start?
When will the games be played?
Where can I watch the draw?
The draw can be followed via a series of platforms. The official FA Cup Twitter and Facebook feed will carry proceedings as will ITV in the UK.
Fifth round draw numbers
1. Crystal Palace
2. AFC Bournemouth or Boreham Wood
3. Huddersfield Town
4. Peterborough United
5. Luton Town
9. West Ham United
11. Tottenham Hotspur
12. Liverpool or Cardiff City
13. Stoke City
14. Nottingham Forest or Leicester City
15. Manchester City
16. Norwich City