When is the FA Cup fifth round draw? Start time and how to watch on TV

The famous trophy is up for grabs again (Picture: Catherine Ivill/Getty Images) The fourth round of the FA Cup has been fiercely contested in grounds the length and breadth of the country over the weekend, with just one game left tonight. The majority of teams have now booked their place in the draw for the fifth round, such as Manchester City, who emerged victorious from the titanic tie with Arsenal on Friday night. There were also wins for Manchester United and Tottenham, who navigated potential upsets from Championship duo Reading and Preston respectively. So, what time is the FA Cup fifth round draw tonight, how can fans watch it on TV and what are the all important ball numbers? Here is everything you need to know ahead of this evening’s draw. What time is the FA Cup fifth round draw? The draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup will take place live on The One Show today (Monday, January 30) from 7pm. The draw will also be live streamed on the BBC iPlayer. Manchester United put Reading to the sword in the fourth round (Picture: Naomi Baker/Getty Images) FA Cup fifth round draw ball numbers A total of 23 teams are still left in this year’s FA Cup. A handful of clubs will require a replay, including National League side Wrexham, who held Championship high-flyers Sheffield United to a 3-3 draw in north Wales. The remaining fourth round tie, Derby vs West Ham, will kick-off tonight at 7.45pm. FA Cup fifth round ball numbers Tottenham Hotspur Southampton Wrexham or Sheffield United Ipswich Town or Burnley Manchester United Luton Town or Grimsby Town Derby County or West Ham United Stoke City Blackburn Rovers or Birmingham City Leicester City Sheffield Wednesday or Fleetwood Town Manchester City Bristol City Brighton & Hove Albion Fulham or Sunderland Leeds United When will the FA Cup fifth round games be played? The fifth round of the FA Cup will take place from Wednesday, March 1. This is the first time this season that a whole round will take place exclusively during midweek. Replays will not be used in the fifth round, having been scrapped in an attempt to ease congestion in the domestic football calendar. Instead, fifth round ties finishing level will head straight to extra-time, and if required, penalties. {"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"VideoObject","name":"Metro.co.uk","duration":"T9M8S","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/i.dailymail.co.uk\/1s\/2023\/01\/30\/06\/67111629-0-image-a-40_1675060215536.jpg","uploadDate":"2023-01-30T06:33:54+0000","description":"Post-match press conference with Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp following their 2-1 defeat against Brighton in the FA Cup fourth round.","contentUrl":"https:\/\/videos.metro.co.uk\/video\/met\/2023\/01\/30\/2074936166922863486\/480x270_MP4_2074936166922863486.mp4","height":270,"width":480} To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video More: FA CupFA Cup fifth round draw: Man Utd, Man City and Ryan Reynolds' Wrexham discover fateIbrahima Konate's hamstring injury leaves Liverpool short of optionsRyan Reynolds and his Wrexham fairytale is a story with an all-too-familiar script How to watch the FA Cup fifth round on TV A number of FA Cup fifth round games will be shown live on either BBC or ITV. So far in the competition, matches have been broadcast across BBC One, the BBC Red Button, ITV 1 and ITV 4, with ties available to stream on the BBC iPlayer and ITVX. The fifth round TV selection will take place following the conclusion of the fourth round. MORE : How much have Chelsea spent in the January transfer window? MORE : Chelsea finally make Enzo Fernandez breakthrough and prepare to smash British transfer record on Benfica star Follow Metro across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Share your views in the comments below