Everton will welcome Premier League leaders Manchester City to the FA Cup quarter-finals at Goodison Park as Manchester United travel to Leicester.

Chelsea’s reward for Thursday’s 1-0 win at Barnsley is a home game against Sheffield United.

Bournemouth championship team, currently looking for a new permanent manager, welcomes Southampton’s south coast neighbors.

Everton reached the final eight after weathering a nine-goal thriller against Tottenham on Wednesday. Bernard’s winner in extra time gave Jose Mourinho a 5-4 win.

City, meanwhile, made English football history by breaking the record for consecutive wins (15) in all competitions by a high-profile team when they beat Swansea 3-1 in the fifth round on Wednesday.

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Everton beat Tottenham 5-4 in an FA Cup classic on Wednesday to reach the final eight

Everton are yet to face City this season after the original league game was postponed on the City roster on December 23 after a coronavirus outbreak. The newly arranged game will take place on February 17th.

Leicester and United met in the Premier League on Boxing Day last year when Axel Tuanzebe’s 85th-minute own goal earned the Foxes a point in the 2-2 draw at King Power.

Only two points currently separate the two teams in the table after 23 games, with United in second and Leicester in third.

The quarter-finals will take place on the weekend of March 20-21.


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Manchester City have won a top record 15 games in a row in all competitions

FA Cup quarter-final draw:

Everton versus Manchester City

Bournemouth versus Southampton

Leicester versus Manchester United

Chelsea versus Sheffield United