FA Cup quarter final draw in full and dates 2022: Liverpool, Man City, Chelsea and Everton learn fates

The FA Cup quarter final draw in full as the likes of Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea have learned their fates

The FA Cup quarter final draw has taken place and fans across the country now know who they have landed in the last eight of the competition.

The start time for the FA Cup quarter final was 7:45pm UK time just before Everton vs Boreham Wood in the fifth round of the competition at 8:15pm.

How many teams are left in the FA Cup?

Ten teams are currently left in the FA Cup after six sides booked their place in the last eight. Middlesbrough shocked Tottenham, Man City beat Peterborough United, Chelsea edged past Luton Town, Liverpool overcame Norwich City, Southampton defeated West Ham 3-1 and Crystal Palace triumphed over Stoke City.

Everton and Boreham Wood do battle this evening to claim the penultimate spot in the last eight before Nottingham Forest host Huddersfield Town on Monday evening.

FA Cup quarter final draw in full

Crystal Palace vs Everton or Boreham Wood

Nottingham Forest or Huddersfield Town vs Liverpool

Middlesbrough vs Chelsea

Southampton vs Man City

The last eight games will be played between Friday, 18 March and Monday, 21 March.

What winning FA Cup managers have said ahead of the quarter final draw

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp on win over Norwich: “It was an exceptional game of football.”

Klopp said of Takumi Minamino after his brace. “He looked extremely sharp. He showed all of the things he knows for sure he has in him. It was a complete performance.

“The two goals were great but all the rest he did was top class as well.”

Pep Guardiola on City’s Riyad Mahrez after his goal in the win at Posh: “We know the quality Riyad has and he loves to play football. It’s not a profession to him, it’s a joy. He would play every single day.”

Boro boss Chris on the win over Tottenham: “The supporters gave us the energy to produce a top performance.

“We are delighted to be in the next round, I would love it to be a home tie. A great reward for everybody who has followed this club. We want to make memories. We had one at Old Trafford and we have had one in our own stadium, which is brilliant.”