Our participation in the FA Cup this season continues thanks to Tuesday evening's win over Liverpool which put us in the draw for the quarter-finals, and we have all the information on when that takes place, who Chelsea could meet and when the ties will be played...

Goals from Willian and Ross Barkley ensured we won 2-0 at Stamford Bridge and made it through to this stage of the competition for the 13th time in the last 19 attempts.

When is the FA Cup sixth round draw and how can I watch it?

The draw will take place today (Wednesday 4 March) following the Sheffield Wednesday vs Manchester City tie. It will be at  at 9.50pm subject to extra-time and penalties in that game.

You can watch the draw, which will be carried out by former players by Martin Keown and Chris Waddle, live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

We will have news of the draw as soon as it's made on Twitter, this website and the 5th Stand app.

Who could Chelsea draw?

There are four ties to be drawn and Chelsea will be ball number 3, with all our other possible opponents and their ball numbers listed below:

1 Sheffield Wednesday or Manchester City2 Sheffield United3 Chelsea4 Newcastle United5 Leicester City or Birmingham City6 Derby County or Manchester United7 Tottenham Hotspur or Norwich City8 Arsenal

When is the FA Cup sixth round?

Quarter-final ties take place the weekend of Saturday 21 March and Sunday 22 March, with exact dates yet to be announced.

As a consequence of our progression to this stage of the competition, our home Premier League match against Manchester City, which was scheduled for that weekend, is postponed and will be given a new date.