Chelsea have been drawn at home to Jose Mourinho's Manchester United in the quarter-final stage of the FA Cup.
The Portuguese will return to Stamford Bridge for the first time since leaving the west London club as he looks to replicate Louis van Gaal's success with the Red Devils last season.
Elsewhere, non-league Lincoln City
a potential trip to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal,
should Arsene Wenger's side were handed out Sutton United on Monday evening. put
Should Sutton beat the Premier League club, however, it would guarantee a non-league club in the semi-final stage of the competition.
Tottenham will host London rivals Millwall, having beaten Fulham on Sunday thanks to a Harry Kane hat-trick, while Middlesbrough will welcome either Huddersfield or Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola's team could only draw with David Wagner's Championship side on Saturday, despite the Terriers fielding a weakened XI as they continue their bid to reach the Premier League