With a number of the top flight sides having fallen already, this season presents perhaps the best chance for years for those lower down the leagues.
To make their mark on the competition as the likes of Newport, AFC Wimbledon and Doncaster eye up spots in the last eight.
Here is everything you need to know about the draw for the quarter-finals.
When is FA Cup draw?
The draw will take place following the conclusion of Chelsea vs Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on Monday, February 18.
How to follow FA Cup draw
The draw will be shown live on BBC One, though you will be able to follow it via NewGersy Sport’s dedicated live blog
What are the fifth round ties?
|Bristol City||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|Doncaster Rovers||Crystal Palace|
|Newport County||Manchester City|
|Queens Park Rangers||Watford|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Derby County|
|1||Bristol City or Wolverhapton Wanderers|
|2||AFC Wimbledon or Millwall|
|3||Doncaster Rovers or Crystal Palace|
|4||Newport County or Manchester City|
|5||Chelsea or Manchester United|
|6||Swansea City or Brentford|
|7||Queens Park Rangers or Watford|
|8||Brighton & Hove Ablion or Derby County|
With the prize fund for the competition having been doubled at the start of the season, clubs to reach the quarter-finals will be awarded £720,000.
Source: Evening Standard