Arsenal will face Lincoln in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup if they can get past Sutton United in Monday’s fifth round clash.
The Gunners are heavy favourites to progress to the last eight of the competition against their non-league opposition who are the lowest ranked team left in the draw.
Should they prevail at Gander Green Lane on Monday they will again face non-league opposition with a home tie against Lincoln City who pulled off a massive shock on Saturday, beating Burnley 1-0 at Turf Moor.
Lincoln became the first non-league side in 103 years to reach the last eight of the competition, the first time in their history they have gone this far and they have now been rewarded with a potential tie at the Emirates.
Elsewhere in the draw holders Manchester United have been handed a tough tie at Premier League leaders Chelsea while Tottenham face Leicester City’s conquerors Millwall.
Manchester City will take on Middlesbrough if they beat Huddersfield Town in their replay at the Etihad.
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Quarter-final draw in full
Chelsea v Manchester United
Middlesbrough v Huddersfield or Manchester City
Tottenham v Millwall
Arsenal or Sutton v Lincoln
Ties are to be played on the weekend of the 10-13 March.