FA CUP DRAW LIVE – All you need to know ahead of the quarter-final draw TONIGHT… as Chelsea look to join Manchester City, United and Everton in a mouth-watering last-eight lineup
- FA Cup quarter-final draw will take place tonight around 7:45pm GMT
- UK viewers can watch the draw live on FA Cup YouTube or BT Sport 1
- Latest FA Cup news, live action and results can be found here
There are just two spots remaining ahead of tonight’s FA Cup quarter-final draw, with Wolves to take on Southampton, while Chelsea travel to Barnsley.
The draw takes place following the conclusion of the early game in Wolves vs Southampton, and though Thomas Tuchel’s side – who are unbeaten since his arrival – won’t yet have kicked off, they are expected to progress to the final eight.
Everton were the latest team to earn their place in the quarter-final draw as Bernard’s extra-time winner sent Tottenham crashing out in a highly entertaining nine-goal thriller.
Manchester United booked their place in the quarter-finals on Tuesday, as Scott McTominay’s extra-time winner saw off a spirited West Ham side.
Meanwhile, Manchester City, Leicester, Sheffield United and Bournemouth have all secured their spots in tonight’s draw.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the FA Cup draw including the all-important ball numbers.
FA Cup draw LIVE UPDATES
Follow Sportsmail for live coverage from 6:30pm GMT as we reveal the draws for FA Cup quarter-final.
What time is the draw?
The quarter-final draw takes place on Thursday, 11 February at around 7:45pm GMT.
It may be delayed should Wolves vs Southampton go to extra time with draw taking place following the conclusion of that tie.
FA Cup quarter-final draw ball numbers
- 1) Bournemouth
- 2) Manchester United
- 3) Sheffield United
- 4) Wolverhampton Wanderers or Southampton
- 5) Barnsley or Chelsea
- 6) Everton
- 7) Manchester City
- 8) Leicester City
When will the quarter-finals be played?
The quarter-finals will be played across the weekend commencing Saturday, March 20.
The semi-finals will then take place under a month later, starting on April 17, with the final scheduled for Saturday, May 15.
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