The draw for the Emirates FA Cup quarter final will see holders Manchester City on the road again, with a trip to face Newcastle United.
Elsewhere, Sheffield United will host Arsenal and Leicester City will have home advantage to play against Chelsea with places in the semi-finals at Wembley Stadium on offer for the winners.
Norwich City's penalty shootout victory over Spurs after extra time at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium means they'll be at home to Manchester United who knocked out Derby County.
The draw was made on Wednesday evening at Hillsborough, with former England, Sheffield Wednesday and Spurs star Chris Waddle and ex-Arsenal defender Martin Keown pulling the balls out of the hat.
That followed on from the fifth round tie between Sheffield Wednesday and Manchester City which was shown live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer and saw City progress into the last eight courtesy of Sergio Aguero's second-half goal.
1 Sheffield United v Arsenal
2 Newcastle United v Manchester City
3 Norwich City v Manchester United
4 Leicester City v Chelsea
The quarter finals are scheduled for the weekend of Saturday 21 March*, with winning clubs collecting £720,000 from our prize fund. Dates and times of each tie will be confirmed in due course following discussions with clubs, local authorities and broadcast partners.
Meanwhile, our Emirates FA Cup Show returns on Thursday 5 March on the @EmiratesFACup Twitter channel from 6.50pm.
Guests this round are Darren Bent, Alex Brooker and Yungen, who will be reviewing the best moments from the fifth round and reacting to the quarter final draw.
Fans can join in on the conversation using #EmiratesFACupShow.