Sixteen clubs taking a brief break from their respective league campaigns this week as they turn their attention to the FA Cup.
The fifth round of the famous competition is due to be played over Tuesday (February 9), Wednesday (February 10) and Thursday (February 11).
Twelve Premier League clubs – Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham, Leicester City, Everton, West Ham, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Southampton, Burnley, Brighton and Sheffield United – are joined by four teams from the Championship – Bournemouth, Bristol City, Barnsley and Swansea.
From a London perspective, West Ham travel to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United on Tuesday, Tottenham face Everton at Goodison Park on Wednesday and then Chelsea have a tie at Championship club Barnsley on Thursday.
They will all be hoping to secure a place in the draw for the sixth round, the details of which have now been revealed by the Football Association.
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When is the sixth round draw?
The draw for the sixth round – or quarter-finals – of the FA Cup is taking place on Thursday (February 11).
It is due to be conducted between the final two ties of the fifth round, at around 7.45pm UK time.
The draw will be done after Wolves face Southampton, and just before Barnsley take on Chelsea. However, the time of the draw could change. If extra-time is required at Molineux, it will take place following the conclusion of the tie.
How can I follow the draw?
Fans can watch the draw live via the official Emirates FA Cup YouTube channel, Twitter and Facebook accounts or on BT Sport 1 in the UK.
The draw is due to take place at the BT Sport studios, hosted by Reshmin Choudhury, and with former England international Karen Carney drawing the balls out.
The ball numbers are as…