Nine teams went into the hat for the draw and will be starting to dream of lifting the famous old trophy at the end of the season.
Everton's compensation for their dazzling 5-4 triumph over Tottenham on Wednesday is a home game against Premier League pioneers Manchester City, who are doubtlessly the top choices to win the opposition.
City's harsh opponents Manchester United, in the interim, have an extreme looking tie away against high-flying Leicester as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer proceeds with his mission to win a first prize as supervisor. There is a captivating South Coast derby on proposal as Championship side Bournemouth have Southampton, who beat Wolves 2-0 in Thursday's initial game. What's more, the victors of Barnsley against Chelsea, who face each other later on Thursday night, will take on Premier League strugglers Sheffield United in the last tie.
The groups left in the FA Cup are only one win away from an excursion to Wembley
The quarter-last ties will be played over the course of the few days of Saturday 20 March, with the victors experiencing to a Wembley semi-last. The draw keeps alive the chance of an all-Manchester last or semi, while two Championship sides are as yet in conflict in Barnsley and Bournemouth. The specific date and seasons of the apparatuses are to be affirmed, just as which TV channel each game will be on. Following the finish of the quarter-finals the semis will occur throughout the few days of Saturday 17 April, with the show-stopper last to be hung on Saturday May 15.
FA Cup quarter-last attract full
Everton v Manchester City
Bournemouth v Southampton
Leicester v Manchester United
Chelsea v Sheffield United
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