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The FA Cup has flown by this season. Somehow, we’re already nearing the Quarter-Final stage, with the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Everton yet to play their fifth round ties.

As things stand, Crystal Palace, Manchester City and Middlesbrough are already into the Quarter-Final, with Luton, Norwich, West Ham, Southampton, Boreham Wood, Nottingham Forest and Huddersfield also yet to play.

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So, when is the FA Cup Quarter-Final draw? Here’s everything you need to know…

When is the FA Cup draw?

The draw for the FA Cup Quarter-Final takes place on Thursday 3rd March, before Everton take on Boreham Wood at Goodison Park.

Gareth Southgate will pull the balls out of the pot live from Wembley at 19:45 GMT, just before Everton and Boreham Wood kick off at 20:15 GMT.

Those interested in watching the draw can do so by watching live on ITV, while it will also be streamed on the official Emirates FA Cup Twitter and Facebook channels.

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The numbers for each ball are as follows:

1 Luton Town or Chelsea
2 Crystal Palace
3 Manchester City
4 Liverpool or Norwich City
5 Southampton or West Ham United
6 Middlesbrough
7 Nottingham Forest or Huddersfield Town
8 Everton or Boreham Wood

When is the FA Cup Quarter-Final?

For those who successfully navigate their way through the fifth round, the Quarter-Final stage will be played between Friday 18th March and Monday 21st March.

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Those who win their Quarter-Final tie will not just win a trip to Wembley for the Semi-Final, but they will also be awarded £360,000 from the competition’s prize fund.

Keep a close eye on the draw, as we could be treated to some seriously exciting ties.

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