Defense Champion Chelsea will arrange the FA Cup in the fifth round of the United Manchester, while fourth-division side Newport County could meet the Manchester City. In last week in the 4th round, Arsenal faced a gloomy defeat by Manchester United, the team to record an eighth direct victory directed by the caretaker skipper Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but confront another tie of a hurdle after the draw match of Monday which coupled them with Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea.
The 14th number team in League table, Welsh club Newport, pushed a replay at home to Middlesbrough after making score an injury-time equaliser in a 1-1 draw at the Riverside over the weekend.
Newport beat Premier League rivals Leicester in round three and could book an encounter with Pep Guardiola’s City if they upset in the replay of the next week.
Only seven top-flight sides persist in a stand, with Crystal palace conducted a trip to Doncaster and Watford away to Portsmouth or QPR, while wolves and Brighton confront 4th round of replays.

Full draw for the fifth round of the English FA Cup conducted on Monday:
Shrewsbury or Wolves v Bristol City
Millwall v AFC Wimbledon
Crystal Palace v Doncaster
Middlesbrough or Newport County v Manchester City
Chelsea v Manchester United
Swansea City v Barnet or Brentford
Portsmouth or QPR v Watford
Brighton or West Brom v Derby

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