All you need to know about the FA Cup quarter-final draw

Matthew Storey
LiveScore
The FA Cup quarter-final draw takes place on Thursday evening
The FA Cup quarter-final draw takes place on Thursday evening

All eyes will be on the FA Cup quarter-final draw tonight. 

Premier League giants Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City are still in the mix to lift the famous old trophy at Wembley in May. 

And two of Everton, Boreham Wood, Nottingham Forest and Huddersfield could yet join them. 

When is the FA Cup quarter-final draw?

The draw is scheduled to take place tonight, just before National League side Boreham Wood travel to Everton in one of the standout ties of the fifth round.

It will be held at Wembley at 7.45pm and England manager Gareth Southgate will pick the balls out.  

How can I watch the FA Cup quarter-final draw?

The draw will be broadcast live on ITV ahead of their coverage of the clash at Goodison Park.

It can also be followed on ITV Player and the FA Cup’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is looking to lift the trophy for a second time
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is looking to lift the trophy for a second time

When are the FA Cup quarter-finals scheduled to take place?

The FA Cup quarter-finals are scheduled to take place between March 18-21, with the four ties split by the BBC and ITV.

Who has reached the FA Cup quarter-finals?

So far, Manchester City, Crystal Palace, Southampton, Chelsea, Liverpool and Championship side Middlesbrough — who knocked Tottenham out in extra-time — have booked their quarter-final places.

What are the FA Cup fifth round fixtures?

Tuesday, March 1

Peterborough 0-2 Manchester City

Middlesbrough 1-0 Tottenham (AET)

Crystal Palace 2-1 Stoke

Wednesday, March 2

Luton 2-3 Chelsea

Liverpool 2-1 Norwich

Southampton 3-1 West Ham

Thursday, March 3

Everton vs Boreham Wood

Monday, March 7

Nottingham Forest vs Huddersfield

What are the FA Cup quarter-final ball numbers?

1. Chelsea

2. Crystal Palace

3. Manchester City

4. Liverpool

5. Southampton 

6. Middlesbrough

7. Nottingham Forest or Huddersfield 

8. Everton or Boreham Wood

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FA CupMiddlesbroughCrystal PalacePeterboroughManchester CityChelseaLiverpoolNorwich CitySouthamptonEvertonBoreham WoodNottingham ForestHuddersfield Town
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