The FA Cup draw for the sixth round of this year’s competition will take place this week. Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are three of the teams still involved

The games of the fifth round of the FA Cup have started 16 teams are fighting for a place in the quarterfinals between now and Thursday evening

As with all other rounds of this year’s competition, every draw will be decided during the night, as there are no repetitions due to the shortened season

Premier League champions Liverpool and FA Cup holders Arsenal were both knocked out in the fourth round, while Everton and Tottenham Hotspur play against each other on Wednesday night, meaning one of them misses the last eight

For those who are seeing their teams make it to the quarterfinals, here are the details you need

The FA has announced that the draw will take place on Thursday night between the last two fifth round games, Wolves vs Southampton, which start at 5:30 p.m. and Barnsley vs Chelsea at 8:00 p.m.

The draw is expected to take place at 7.45 a.m. unless Wolves vs Southampton go into overtime If so, the draw will take place after that, likely at halftime or full time at Barnsley vs Chelsea

1Bournemouth2Manchester United3 Sheffield United or Bristol City 4 Wolves or Southampton 5 Barnsley or Chelsea 6Everton or Tottenham Hotspur 7 Swansea City or Manchester City8Leicester City or Brighton

Fans can watch the draw on BBC One as part of his coverage of Barnsley v Chelsea, as well as BT Sport 1 which shows Wolves v Southampton

The FA Cup’s own YouTube, Twitter and Facebook accounts will also stream the draw hosted by Reshmin Choudhury with Karen Carney pulling out the balls

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