The draw for the FA Cup quarter-finals will take place this evening following the fifth-round tie between Chelsea and Manchester United.
Championship side Millwall, the lowest-ranked team left in the tournament, beat AFC Wimbledon to reach the quarter-finals for the second time in three years.
Crystal Palace proved too strong for League One Doncaster Rovers on Sunday, winning 2-0 at Keepmoat Stadium, while Newport County’s memorable cup run was ended by Manchester City on Saturday.
The draw will be live on BBC One and will be conducted by 2004 FA Cup winner Darren Fletcher and Wayne Bridge, who lifted the famous trophy with Chelsea in 2007.
The ties will be played from Friday 15 March and Monday 18 March. 2019.
UPDATE: The Draw
Swansea City v Manchester City
Watford v Crystal Palace
Wolves v Manchester United
Millwall v Brighton & Hove Albion
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