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.
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.
FA Cup quarter-final draw:
Everton versus Manchester City
Bournemouth versus Southampton
Leicester versus Manchester United
Chelsea versus Sheffield United