Our interest in the FA Cup this season continues following Saturday's win over Hull City which put us in the draw for the fifth round, and we have all the information on when that takes place, who Chelsea could meet and when the ties will be played...
Goals from Michy Batshuayi and Fikayo Tomori ensured we won 2-1 on Humberside and made it through to this stage of the competition for the 24th time in the last 27 attempts.
When is the FA Cup fifth round draw and how can I watch it?
The draw takes place tomorrow (Monday) from 7.20pm. The numbers will be drawn by former Chelsea player Glen Johnson and by Teddy Sheringham live on BBC1 and the BBC iPlayer. It will also be on the @EmiratesFACup Twitter channel.
We will have news of the draw as soon as it's out on Twitter, this website and the 5th Stand app.
Who could Chelsea draw?
There are eight ties to be drawn and Chelsea will be ball number 2, with all our other possible opponents and their ball numbers listed below:
1 Manchester United2 Chelsea3 Southampton or Tottenham Hotspur4 Sheffield Wednesday5 Bournemouth or Arsenal6 Northampton Town or Derby County7 Leicester City8 Sheffield United9 Reading or Cardiff City10 West Bromwich Albion11 Norwich City12 Coventry City or Birmingham City13 Manchester City14 Newcastle United or Oxford United15 Portsmouth16 Shrewsbury Town or Liverpool
When is the FA Cup fifth round?
Round Five ties take place in the middle of the week commencing Monday 2 March, with exact dates yet to be announced. The moving of this round to the middle of a week this season is to help make room for the new winter break.