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When is FA Cup 5th round draw? Start time TODAY, TV channel, live stream FREE and ball numbers CONFIRMED

THE FA Cup is rolling on at pace in the fourth round – with Middlesbrough shocking Manchester United, and Chelsea suffering an almighty scare.

And this that means we’ll soon find out the crunch fifth round ties with the big draw taking place.

Liverpool host Cardiff after the big draw

Non-league Kidderminster took West Ham deep into extra-time, but eventually would lose 2-1.

West Ham midfielder Declan Rice said after the win: “Massive, massive respect to Kidderminster. We watched some videos of them this week and they’ve been flying. You could see it on the bench with their manager.

“We weren’t at our best today and scraped it with two goals. They probably deserved it if I’m being honest.

16 teams now find out their fate in the crunch draw…which takes place TODAY!

When is the FA Cup fifth round draw?

The FA Cup fifth round draw takes place on Sunday, February 6.

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The draw will take place BEFORE Liverpool’s clash against Cardiff, expected at around 11.30am GMT.

Liverpool vs Cardiff then kicks off at 12pm.

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How can I watch the FA Cup fifth round draw?

The draw will be broadcast LIVE on ITV 1 on TV.

It will also be live streamed on the ITV Hub.

FA Cup fifth round draw ball numbers

Here are the ball numbers for the FA Cup fifth round draw:

1 Crystal Palace
2 AFC Bournemouth or Boreham Wood
3 Huddersfield Town
4 Peterborough United
5 Luton Town
6 Southampton
7 Chelsea
8 Everton
9 West Ham United
10 Middlesbrough
11 Tottenham Hotspur or Brighton & Hove Albion
12 Liverpool or Cardiff City
13 Stoke City
14 Nottingham Forest or Leicester City
15 Manchester City
16 Norwich City

The ball numbers have been revealed

FA Cup fourth round fixtures on TV this weekend

Friday, February 4

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Man Utd vs Middlesbrough (8pm) – ITV1

Saturday, February 5

Chelsea vs Plymouth (12.30pm) – BBC Red Button

Kidderminster vs West Ham (12.30pm) – BBC One

Cambridge vs Luton (5.30pm) – BBC Red Button

Tottenham vs Brighton (8pm) – ITV4

Sunday, February 6

Liverpool vs Cardiff (12pm) – ITV1

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Nottingham Forest vs Leicester (4pm) – BBC One

AFC Bournemouth vs Boreham Wood (6.30pm) – ITV4

Which FA Cup 4th round games are not on TV?

Crystal Palace vs Hartlepool

Huddersfield vs Barnsley

Peterborough vs QPR

Southampton vs Coventry

Everton vs Brentford

Stoke vs Wigan

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Man City vs Fulham

Wolves vs Norwich

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