The FA Cup Sixth Round draw has been made at Wembley.
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Sixth Round Proper Ties to be played on 12 and 13 March 2011 Watch all the match highlights from this weekend's game on TheFA.com from Monday morning.
The FA Cup Sixth Round draw has been made at Wembley Stadium
and could see the Premier League's top two go head to head for a place in the Semi-Final.
Manchester United, who narrowly beat Crawley Town 1-0 on Saturday
, could face Arsenal but the Gunners must first overcome Leyton Orient in their Fifth Round replay on 2 March after the O's came from behind on Sunday afternoon to earn a 1-1 draw
Elsewhere, Stoke City, 3-0 winners over Brighton on Saturday
, have to wait until Monday night to see who they'll play out of West Ham and Burnley.
Birmingham City, also 3-0 winners in TheFA.com's Road to Wembley meeting with Sheffield Wednesday
, will go up against Bolton Wanderers after they beat Fulham 1-0
The remaining quarter-final match is awaiting victors from the Manchester City v Aston Villa
and the Everton v Reading
Fifth Round matches to will be played on 1 and 2 March. The Draw
1 Stoke City v West Ham United or Burnley
2 Manchester City or Aston Villa v Everton or Reading
3 Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers
4 Manchester United v Leyton Orient or Arsenal
The draw was made by former FA Cup Finalist and England
international Graeme Le Saux and FA Cup hero Ronnie Radford, whose famous goal for Hereford United in 1972 helped to knock out Newcastle United in one of the biggest Cup upsets in the history of the competition.
Of course, The Ronnie Radford Award
has been introduced this season and will go to the club who produce the biggest Cup upset each season. There are already numerous candidates for the Award, such as Stevenage for their Third Round win against Newcastle United
, FC United of Manchester who beat Rochdale in the First Round
or even Crawley Town, who take on Manchester United on Saturday after knocking out League sides Torquay United
and Derby County
in the previous two rounds.