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  1. Ties to be played 17-20 February
  2. Burnley v Lincoln, Fulham v Tottenham
  3. Blackburn v Man Utd, Sutton v Arsenal
  4. Middlesbrough v Oxford, Wolves v Chelsea
  5. Huddersfield v Man City, Milwall v Derby/Leicester

Live Reporting

By Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    Here is the FA Cup fifth round draw in full:

    Burnley v Lincoln City

    Fulham v Tottenham Hotspur

    Blackburn Rovers v Manchester United

    Sutton United v Arsenal

    Middlesbrough v Oxford United

    Wolverhampton Wanderers v Chelsea

    Huddersfield Town v Manchester City

    Millwall v Derby County/Leicester City

    Ties are scheduled to be played from 17-20 February. 

    Join us again in the morning for transfers galore as the January window comes to a close.

    Until then.

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    Ian Davis: Looking for that 5000/1 odds given recent sporting upsets!

    What odds on Sutton United beating Arsenal or Lincoln getting one over on Burnley?

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    This will be the first time since 1965-66 that the FA Cup will have no tie between two top-flight teams at the fifth round stage.

    Is there a shock on the cards? A cupset? A giantkilling?

  4. The big lad

    What Arsenal may come up against...

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    BBC Radio 5 live

    Lincoln City manager Danny Cowley: "We were at the club with lots of supporters in our VIP suite so we watched it with them. It is a great draw to pit our wits against Sean Dyche and hopefully something we will learn a lot from. 

    "The one team you want to avoid is Burnley and it’s ironic, we have just signed a young player on loan from them today, he is cup tied anyway after being on loan at Walsall. The National League is not restricted by the transfer window so we are trying to do some business recruitment wise. 

    "Solihull Moor is our biggest game of the season and we have got to make sure we are fully prepared. This is a great club with a fantastic support base and it has been great to see smiles on peoples faces during this cup run."

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    BBC Radio 5 live

    Sutton United assistant manager Micky Stevens: "I have had to come and sit down, I cannot quite believe that but we will take that. I am a life-long Chelsea fan so I had my fingers crossed for that but it cannot be much better. 

    "Craig Eastmond and Roarie Deacon have both been involved at Arsenal in their younger days and I have never seen them jump up and down as much. 

    "It is a fantastic draw. There is nothing going on between now and the 18th of February. We have got a couple of games but our thoughts will be directed on the cup.

    "The pitch plays to our advantage but let’s be realistic, whatever side Arsenal put out they have got players who can perform on any surface. Is Arsene Wenger suspended for that though?"

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    Wale ibraheem: No obvious cracker in this draw! But there are potential cup-sets. Time to name another giant killer?

    Aaron Theaker: So happy to have drawn Sutton, it will be one of the best atmospheres I've ever experienced and I've experienced some great games.

    Midnight Mammoth: Genuinely disappointing draw. Low gate, probably not televised, and a trip to Burnley! Will have to win to draw a big club.

    A Lincoln fan there. 

  8. 'A sensational draw'

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Lincoln manager

    It is a brilliant draw, a sensational one. Most of the Premier League teams are away.

    Lincoln will be tinged with a little disappointment but if Burnley do not play their first team they will have a real go.

    You cannot rule Lincoln out playing the way they are - they are playing with a bravery. I am just gutted they did not get a home draw.

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    David Bandey: Well well, juicy juicy, wanted it and got it! Huddersfield v City. Delighted.

    Jacob Stear: Big sides all avoiding eachother but a pretty good draw that!

    Luke: Brilliant draw for Sutton. Lots of TV money heading there way as well!

  10. Post update

    Surely that has to go down as one of THE great FA Cup draws??

    There are 16 teams remaining and no all-Premier League ties.

    Added to that, you have non league side Sutton United hosting Premier League giants Arsenal.

    The other remaining non league team Lincoln also face top-flight opposition in Burnley.

    That's the magic of the cup for you.

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    And that concludes the draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup.

    The eight fifth-round ties are due to be played between Friday, 17 February and Monday, 20 February.    

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    Millwall v Derby/Leicester

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    Huddersfield v Manchester City

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    Wolves v Chelsea

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    Middlesbrough v Oxford

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    Sutton United v Arsenal


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    Blackburn v Manchester United

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    Fulham v Tottenham

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    Burnley v Lincoln City

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    Robbie Savage has emptied the balls into the pot.

    Here we go...