The last eight teams remaining in the FA Cup will find out who they will face in the quarter-finals on Thursday evening after the penultimate game of the fifth round is over.

The draw will be overseen by BT Sport presenter Reshmin Choudhury and former England women’s international Karen Carney.

Although current defending champions Arsenal were eliminated in the fourth round by Southampton, some major clubs remain in the competition.

Manchester United’s 12 FA Cup wins rank second after the Gunners and are once again seen as a front runner after beating Liverpool and West Ham en route to the final eight.

How to watch the FA Cup quarter-finals draw

TV: Live coverage of BT Sport 1 after Wolves vs Southampton

Electricity: Live coverage on the FA Cup YouTube channel

Social media: Live coverage on Twitter @EmiratesFACup and Emirates FA Cup Facebook page

Despite losing to Arsenal in the final last season, Chelsea have set an excellent record lately. Six of his eight wins have come since 2000.

Manchester City is the youngest FA Cup winner still in competition. He won the trophy in 2019 after beating Watford 6-0 at Wembley.

Elsewhere, Everton beat Spurs in one of the most even matchups of the fifth round with just one point and one position separating them on the Premier League table.

Bournemouth are the only non-Premier League side to have made it to the quarter-finals. Barnsley will face Chelsea in the final fifth round on Thursday night.

FA Cup quarter final teams

  • Bournemouth
  • Man Utd
  • Man City
  • Leicester
  • Sheff Utd
  • Everton
  • Wolves or Southampton
  • Barnsley or Chelsea

While the fifth round matches take place in the middle of the week due to the compact calendar of this season, the quarter-finals will be played on the weekend from Saturday, March 20th.

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