FA Cup 2019/20 – 5th Round Draw – Live TV Coverage on BBC, BT Sport

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FA Cup 2019/20 – 5th Round Draw – Live TV Coverage on BBC, BT Sport
Updated on Monday 27 January 2020
Posted by @TVNewsroom

The draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup will take place this evening (Monday 27 January) broadcast live on BT Sport and BBC One.

The 16 teams to successfully navigate this weekend’s fourth-round ties will go into the hat, with the draw being conducted by former England internationals and Cup winners Teddy Sheringham and Glen Johnson.

The draw, which will be broadcast on the BBC One’s The One Show and BT Sport, will begin around 7.15pm with ball numbers as follows:

EDIT: The Draw:

Sheffield Wednesday v Manchester City

Reading or Cardiff v Sheffield United

Chelsea v Shrewsbury or Liverpool

West Bromwich Albion v Newcastle United or Oxford United

Leicester City v Coventry or Birmingham

Northampton Town or Derby v Manchester United

Southampton or Tottenham v Norwich City

Portsmouth v Bournemouth or Arsenal

*Fourth round tie to be replayed

This season’s FA Cup fifth round will take place in midweek during the week commencing Monday 2 March, with any ties that are level after 90 minutes progressing to extra time and, if necessary, penalties to determine a winner on the night.

** This page will be updated once the draw is conducted..

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