FA Cup: Holders Arsenal to face Manchester United in last eight

FA Cup holders Arsenal will travel to Manchester United in the quarter-finals on 7 or 8 March.
United confirmed their place in the last eight after coming from behind to win 3-1 at Preston North End.
The quarter-final tie at Old Trafford will be broadcast live on BBC One.
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Arsenal draw is "tie of the round"
Liverpool host Blackburn, League One survivors Bradford City face Reading while West Midlands rivals Aston Villa and West Brom will meet at Villa Park.
Marouane Fellaini, who scored Manchester United's second goal against Preston, is relishing the quarter-final tie against the Gunners. "It will be a good game, a great game. Against Arsenal is always a great game," the Belgian told BBC Sport.
Arsenal and United met in the 2004-05 FA Cup final in Cardiff with the north London side winning 5-4 on penalties after a goalless draw.
Liverpool's last-eight draw will give Steven Gerrard hope of reaching Wembley in his final season at the Reds, although they will have to overcome a Blackburn side who have knocked out Premier League opposition in Swansea and Stoke already this season.
League One side Bradford are into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup for the first time since 1976, and will be confident of progressing further against Reading after beating Premier League sides Chelsea and Sunderland in the previous rounds.
Bradford chairman Mark Lawn told Sky Sports News: "Ninety minutes from Wembley, both sides will realise, and they will both be going for it. I think we'll sell out here again, hopefully it will be bouncing and we'll push through."
The quarter-final draw was made by England boss Roy Hodgson and Brian Finney, son of Preston legend Tom Finney, at Deepdale on Monday before the Preston-Manchester United game.

FA Cup quarter-final draw

Aston Villa v West Brom
Bradford City v Reading
Liverpool v Blackburn
Manchester United v Arsenal
Ties to be played on the weekend of 7-8 March
Marouane Fellaini
Manchester United are the joint-most successful side in FA Cup history with 11 victories
Bradford City
Bradford City beat Sunderland to secure their place in the quarter-final
Liverpool, who beat Crystal Palace in the previous round, have won 15 of their last 16 quarter-final ties
Tim Sherwood
Tim Sherwood, appointed Aston Villa boss on Saturday, watched his new side beat Leicester in the fifth round on Sunday

Meanwhile, i nthe Champions League, Chelsea and PSg renew acquaintances. This is not just a repeat of last season's thrilling quarter-final between the sides, but the occasion of David Luiz facing his old team-mates for the first time.
Many raised their eyebrows when the French champions paid in excess of £40m for a defender who can be erratic and rash - especially after his nightmare display in Brazil's World Cup semi-final humiliation against Germany - but his impact at the Parc des Princes has been largely positive.
Even if Luiz still has his share of heart-in-mouth moments and there is the feeling that PSG's transfer kitty might have been better spent elsewhere - they had to back out of a move for Angel Di Maria because of financial fair play restrictions - he has strengthened Laurent Blanc's side.
In Ligue 1, PSG concede 0.4 goals per game with Luiz in the team compared to 1.3 per game without him, and his partnership with Thiago Silva is growing in stature.
Bayern face a similar problem to last season; the lack of domestic competition. After winning the Bundesliga in record time last season, the level of intensity in Pep Guardiola's side noticeably dropped, and it cost them in a comprehensive semi-final defeat by Real Madrid.
They went into the winter break unbeaten and 11 points clear at home this time, but were flamed 4-1 by a Kevin De Bruyne-inspired Wolfsburg in the first game back, so Guardiola hopes this is an early wake-up call.
They face a peculiar task in visiting Shakhtar, who have been displaced 966km (600 miles) west from their home city to Lviv because of the political situation in the country.
It has clearly had an effect - Mircea Lucescu's side trail Dynamo Kiev in the Ukrainian Premier League by five points - but they did however retain the group stage top scorer Luiz Adriano (nine goals) in the window despite strong interest from Roma.
Schalke fans probably winced when this tie was drawn; die Konigsblauen (Royal Blues) were hammered 6-1 at home in the first leg of this fixture at the same stage last season, with the front three of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema all striking twice.
The reigning holders are no less formidable this season, but the appointment of Roberto Di Matteo as Schalke coach in October has changed things. The underachieving Gelsenkirchen giants were languishing in 11th when the 2012 Champions League winner with Chelsea arrived, but are up to third.
Di Matteo's style of football is not to all fans' tastes at a club where expectation is considerable, but they are far less open ("he has made us much more stable defensively," said their captain Benedikt Howedes recently) under the new boss and should at least give Carlo Ancelotti's men a run for their money this year.
Former Swansea and Leicester boss Paulo Sousa has done a splendid job in getting the Swiss champions this far, emerging from a group containing Real Madrid and Liverpool. A two-times Champions League winner as a player, he returns to Portugal to face the only one of the big three he did not represent.
His opposite number Julen Lopetegui, who won Under-21 and Under-19 European Championships with Spain, is garnering plenty of attention.
Porto have sold more than £300m worth of talent since winning the Champions League under Jose Mourinho in 2004.
But Lopetegui is attempting to form a distinct playing style with a richly talented squad which includes Jackson Martinez and BBC African Footballer of the Year Yacine Brahimi . This is a big opportunity for him to reach the latter stages of the competition.