The story of the round saw League 2 side Colchester United defeat Tottenham – who reached the Champions League final last season – on penalties.
They go into the hat for the draw, beside Arsenal, Manchester city, Watford, Everton, Leicester city
and Crawley city – who additionally won on penalties, defeating stoke city.
The final remaining eight matches of the spherical sees West Ham’s trip to Oxford, Chelsea host Grimsby,
Sheffield United vs Sunderland, Brighton vs Aston Villa, Burton vs Bournemouth, Wolves vs Reading, Manchester United vs Rochdale and MK Dons vs Liverpool.
The draw encompasses a scheduled begin time of approxiamtely nine.55pm BST,
and can be televised on Sky Sports at full-time of Liverpool’s match with MK Dons. it’ll even be live streamed via Sky’s official app and website.