The draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup is coming up today, with the field set to be whittled down to just 16 teams.
With Arsenal and West Ham early casualties, the path is opening up for the big guns and perhaps a minnow to earn a trip to Wembley this season.
Tottenham, meanwhile, were dumped out of the competition after a late defeat by Manchester City.
Non-league Maidstone kicked off Saturday's action with a stunning upset of high-flying Championship side Ipswich.
When is the FA Cup draw?
The draw is scheduled for today - Sunday January 28, 2024 - and had been due to take place take place shortly before Liverpool's fourth-round tie with Norwich.
But West Brom's clash with Wolves was suspended after fan disorder at the Hawthorns, which delayed the conclusion of that game.
Due to that delay, the draw will now take place at half-time of the Liverpool game, which is likely to be around 3:20pm GMT.
How can I watch the FA Cup draw?
TV channel: In the UK, the draw will be broadcast live and free-to-air on ITV1.
Live stream: Viewers can also tune in online for free via the FA's social media channels, plus the ITVX app and website.
Live blog: You can follow the draw as it happens on Standard Sport's live blog.
FA Cup draw ball numbers
Watford or Southampton
Blackburn or Wrexham
West Brom or Wolves
Bristol City or Nottingham Forest
Sheffield Wednesday or Coventry
Chelsea or Aston Villa
Liverpool or Norwich
Leeds or Plymouth
Newport or Manchester United
When will the FA Cup fifth round be played?
This round is scheduled to take place in midweek, during the week commencing Monday February 26, 2024.
FA Cup fourth-round schedule and results
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