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FA Cup fifth-round draw: teams, ball numbers, start time, TV channel

Only seven Premier League clubs are in the hat for the last-16 draw

The draw for the FA Cup fifth round will take place this evening and there will only be seven Premier League clubs in the hat.

With Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool all out, the remaining top-flight clubs safely in the draw for the last 16 are holders Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Watford and Crystal Palace.

Wolves and Brighton will face fourth-round replays against Shrewsbury and West Brom respectively.   

The fifth round of the 2018-19 FA Cup will take place between 15-18 February. 

What time is the draw?

The draw for the FA Cup fifth round is on Monday 28 January from 7pm. 

What TV channel is it on?

It will be broadcast live on The One Show on BBC One. The Barnet vs. Brentford fourth-round clash follows the draw (7.45pm, live on BT Sport).

Fifth-round draw ball numbers
  • 1 Swansea City 
  • 2 AFC Wimbledon 
  • 3 Shrewsbury Town or Wolverhampton Wanderers 
  • 4 Millwall 
  • 5 Brighton & Hove Albion or West Bromwich Albion 
  • 6 Bristol City 
  • 7 Derby County 
  • 8 Doncaster Rovers 
  • 9 Chelsea 
  • 10 Watford 
  • 11 Middlesbrough or Newport County 
  • 12 Manchester City 
  • 13 Barnet or Brentford 
  • 14 Portsmouth or Queens Park Rangers 
  • 15 Manchester United 
  • 16 Crystal Palace

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