The Emirates FA Cup sixth round draw was made on Sunday evening, with the competition heading into its quarter-final stage.
Taking place at Stamford Bridge, following Chelsea's 5-1 victory over Manchester City in the fifth round, the draw was made by former Blues defender Graeme Le Saux and one-time West Ham United and City midfielder Trevor Sinclair.
The Emirates FA Cup
Sixth Round draw
Sunday 21 February 2016
Stamford Bridge, Chelsea FC
Winners receive £360,000 from prize fund
Live on BBC Two
And the draw sees Guus Hiddink's side travel to face Everton, their opponents in The Final of 2009 when the Dutch coach led the west London club to victory over the Toffees at Wembley.
Championship side Reading are rewarded for their 3-1 win over West Bromwich Albion with another home tie, as Crystal Palace face a trip to the Madejski Stadium where Eagles boss Alan Pardew once managed.
After an impressive 5-1 win on the road at Blackburn Rovers on Sunday, West Ham will have to make another trip north in the next round as they will face the winners of Monday's fifth round tie between Shrewsbury Town and Manchester United.
Ties in the sixth round will take place across the weekend of 11-14 March 2016.
The Sixth Round draw
1 Reading v Crystal Palace
2 Everton v Chelsea
3 Arsenal v Watford
4 Manchester United v West Ham United