The business end of the 2022/23 FA Cup is edging closer with four teams already booking their places in the competition’s quarter-finals.

We’re halfway through the fifth round with eight more teams vying to cement themselves in the last eight on Wednesday night. The Wembley arch is now firmly in sight.

The quarter-final draw will have a big say in determining who advances to the last four, with supporters hoping that big plastic bowl works its magic and gives their side a ‘kind’ draw in the next phase.

Here’s everything you need to know about the quarter-final draw.

The draw for the quarter finals of the 2022/23 FA Cup will take place on Wednesday 1 March after Sheffield United’s fifth round tie against Tottenham at Bramall Lane.

A precise start time for the draw cannot be specified, but it’ll be expected to get underway at around 22:15 (BST) presuming there’s no extra time.

Four teams booked their place in the quarter-finals on Tuesday night, with the remainder of the fifth-round ties being played on Wednesday night.

The quarter-final draw will be made following the conclusion of Sheffield United’s tie with Tottenham on Wednesday night. The clash is being shown live on BBC One, and the draw will be available to watch on the same channel.

The draw will also be streamed live on the FA Cup’s official Twitter and Facebook channels.

FA Cup 2022/23 quarter final draw on TV and live stream in the UK

The ball numbers for the quarter-final draw are as follows:

The four 2022/23 FA Cup quarter finals are due to take place on the weekend of Saturday 18 March 2023.

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