Manchester United, Manchester City and Wrexham all have a shot at the FA Cup fifth round draw… but when will it take place? What are the bullet numbers? How can you watch it? And when are the fourth round replays?
- A last gasp winner from Brighton’s Kaoru Mitoma knocked out holders Liverpool
- A shot in the second half from Nathan Ake was enough to beat Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal
- In-form National League side Wrexham stunned Sheffield United and earned a replay
The FA Cup fifth round draw takes place on Monday evening, with 16 teams in the hat anticipating who they will face next.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City started the fourth round match with a 1-0 win at home to Arsenal, courtesy of a second-half goal from defender Nathan Ake.
On Saturday, Leicester City triumphed against League Two side Walsall. The 3pm games saw Southampton and Bristol City beat Blackpool and West Brom to progress.
FA Cup holders Liverpool fell out of the competition on Sunday after a 2-1 defeat to Brighton
Defender Nathan Ake scored the only goal as Manchester City beat Arsenal 1-0 at the Etihad
Kicking off the night on Saturday, Arnaut Danjuma scored on his debut for Tottenham Hotspur in a 3-0 away win at Preston as Manchester United triumphed at home against Reading.
On Sunday, holders Liverpool were knocked out against Brighton thanks to a late winner from Kaoru Mitoma. The tie of the round took place at the Racecourse Ground where Wrexham and Sheffield Untied played out a 3-3 cup thriller.
Ahead of tonight’s fifth round draw, Sports mail breaks down everything you need to know.
When is the FA Cup fifth round draw?
The draw for the fifth round will take place on Monday 30 January from 7pm in the UK.
It will take place during the One Show on BBC One ahead of Derby’s FA Cup home game against West Ham.
Spurs signing Horace Danjuma scored on his Tottenham debut in a 3-0 away Preston North End
What are the draw numbers?
3 Wrexham or Sheffield United
4 Ipswich Town or Burnley
6 Luton Town or Grimsby Town
7 Derby County or West Ham United
Wrexham will try to upset again when they travel to Sheffield United in the replay
8 Stoke City
9 Blackburn Rovers of Birmingham City
10 Leicester City
11 Sheffield Wednesday or Fleetwood Town
14 Brighton & Hove Albion
15 Fulham or Sunderland
16 Leeds United
When are the fourth round replays?
Ahead of the next round, last weekend’s fourth round saw six draws, meaning there will be a replay.
After a 2-2 draw at Ewood Park, Blackburn and Birmingham face off again tomorrow to determine who will progress to the next round.
The rest of the fourth round replays will take place on Tuesday, February 7.
Manchester United advanced to the next round of the FA Cup with a 3-1 win over Reading