The eight leftover groups in the FA Cup will figure out their quarter-last destiny when the draw is made for this present week.
This is the 141st release of football’s most established competition, with the victors again meeting all requirements for the Europa League.
14-time victors Arsenal are the best club in rivalry history however neglected to advance past the third round of the 2021-22 competition, beaten at the City Ground by Nottingham Forest.
Reigning champs Leicester were then taken out in the last round by Forest, yet non-association Boreham Wood progressed to the last 16.
Furthermore it will be before the National League side’s fifth-round tie away to Everton that the draw is made.
When is the FA Cup quarter-last draw?
The FA Cup quarter-last draw will be hung on Thursday 3 March 2022 preceding Boreham Wood’s match against Everton, which is a 8.15pm GMT start off.
Who will draw the balls, and where will it be held?
Britain chief Gareth Southgate will draw the ties at Wembley Stadium.
How might I watch it?
Watchers in the United Kingdom can watch the draw live on ITV, with their inclusion of Boreham Wood’s outing to Goodison Park starting at 7.30pm GMT. Enlisted watchers can stream the draw for nothing by means of the ITV Hub application or site.
What are the ball quantities of each group?
1 – Luton Town or Chelsea
2 – Crystal Palace or Stoke
3 – Peterborough United or Manchester City
4 – Liverpool or Norwich City
5 – Southampton or West Ham United
6 – Middlesbrough or Tottenham Hotspur
7 – Nottingham Forest or Huddersfield
8 – Everton or Boreham Wood