Manchester United will play Brighton in the FA Cup quarter-finals, in a repeat of the 1983 final.
The winner of Tottenham’s match at Rochdale on Sunday will meet Sheffield Wednesday or Swansea, who will go to a replay after Saturday’s 0-0 draw.
Southampton travel to the winners of Monday’s match between Manchester City and Wigan, while Leicester and Chelsea meet in another all Premier League tie.
The ties take place from 16-19 March.
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Rochdale, the lowest ranked team left in the competition, are bottom of League One. They play at home to Tottenham on Sunday, a 16:00 GMT kick-off that will be broadcast live on BBC One.
Wigan, second in League One, play Manchester City on Monday (19:55 GMT). That match will also be broadcast live on BBC One.
Leicester, who beat Sheffield United 1-0 on Friday, will host Chelsea, who were also Friday night winners, 4-0 at home to Hull.
Manchester United beat Brighton 4-0 in a replay to win the 1983 FA Cup after the first match finished 2-2.
FA Cup quarter-final draw
Leicester v Chelsea
Manchester United v Brighton
Sheffield Wednesday or Swansea v Rochdale or Tottenham
Wigan or Manchester City v Southampton