The draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup is due to take place this evening.
BBC One’s The One Show will play host to the drawing of the ball, with the picking of ties scheduled to begin at 7.19pm.
There will be 23 teams with a stake in the draw due to six of the fourth-round ties going to replays and Bournemouth vs Arsenal taking place afterwards.
Starsport ran a simulation of the fifth-round draw to see which ties could emerge – and it makes for interesting viewing for the Premier League’s biggest clubs.
Manchester United, who secured a 6-0 win at Tranmere Rovers on Sunday, came out with a home fixture against Norwich City.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men thumped the Canaries 4-0 in the Premier League earlier this month.
Chelsea were handed an away trip to the south coast to face League One outfit and 2008 winners Portsmouth.
Elsewhere, Manchester City were paired with Premier League surprise package Sheffield United, West Brom’s reward for beating West Ham is a tie against the winner of Southampton and Tottenham’s replay, while Leicester would play host to Newcastle or Oxford.
Jason Cummings earned Shrewsbury a replay against Liverpool
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In the simulated draw, Liverpool or Shrewsbury’s reward for winning the replay at Anfield would be a trip to the winner of Reading or Cardiff.
At least one EFL club would be guaranteed a place in the quarter-finals, with the simulation throwing up a tie between Northampton Town or Derby and Coventry or Birmingham.
Simulated FA Cup Fifth Round Draw
Reading or Cardiff City vs Shrewsbury or Liverpool
Portsmouth vs Chelsea
Manchester City vs Sheffield United
Manchester United vs Norwich City
Bournemouth or Arsenal vs Sheffield Wednesday
Leicester City vs Newcastle or Oxford
West Bromwich Albion vs Southampton or Tottenham
Northampton Town or Derby vs Coventry or Birmingham