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Ratcliffe To Make Draw

Everton to discover fifth round fate at around 5.45pm.

Ratcliffe To Make Draw
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Everton's FA Cup fate could lie in the hands of Club legend Kevin Ratcliffe, with the 1984 Cup-winning captain set to make the draw for this season's fifth round on Sunday afternoon.

The Blues overcame Championship outfit Bolton Wanderers in dramatic fashion on Saturday to book their place in the competition's last 16.

Everton will be ball number 16.

Ratcliffe, who led the Blues to victory in the competition 29 years ago, will be joined at Wembley for the draw by Nigel Jemson, the scorer of a brace when Shrewsbury, managed by Ratcliffe, famously inflicted a third round defeat on the Toffees in January 2003.  

The draw will take place live on ITV1 following the game between Oldham Athletic and Liverpool, with the first tie set to be pulled from the hat at around 5.45pm.

The fifth round matches will be played on the weekend of 16 and 17 February.

FA Cup Fifth Round Draw

1 Luton Town
2 Oldham Athletic or Liverpool
3 Wigan Athletic  
4 Blackburn Rovers
5 Barnsley
6 Middlesbrough
7 Millwall
8 Leeds United or Tottenham Hotspur
9 Arsenal
10 Manchester City
11 Manchester United or Fulham
12 Brentford or Chelsea
13 Reading
14 Huddersfield Town or Leicester City
15 Milton Keynes Dons  
16 EVERTON

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