FA Cup holders Manchester City will travel to Luton in the FA Cup fifth round, while non-league giant-killers Maidstone face Sheffield Wednesday or Coventry.
Treble winners City won 1-0 at Tottenham in the fourth round thanks to Nathan Ake’s late goal on Friday.
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Pep Guardiola’s side now head to Kenilworth Road to take on a Luton team that won 2-1 at Everton on Saturday.
Maidstone pulled off one of the great upsets in FA Cup history by winning 2-1 at Championship high-fliers Ipswich on Saturday.
The sixth tier National League South club are the lowest ranked side left in the competition.
They will now travel to another Championship side to face the winners of the replay between Wednesday and Coventry in the last 16.
Kent-based Maidstone have already been two other league clubs in the FA Cup this season, having knocked out Barrow and Stevenage.
Newcastle face a trip to the winners of Monday’s tie between Blackburn and Wrexham.
The winner of the replay between Chelsea and Aston Villa, who drew 0-0 on Friday, will host Leeds or Plymouth.
Brighton travel to Wolves and Bournemouth entertain Championship leaders Leicester.
Liverpool or Norwich will face Watford or Southampton, with both matches in progress as the draw took place.
The winners of the replay between Bristol City and Nottingham Forest face Newport or Manchester United, who play later on Sunday.
Fifth round draw:
Blackburn or Wrexham v Newcastle
Chelsea or Aston Villa v Leeds or Plymouth
Bournemouth v Leicester
Liverpool or Norwich v Watford or Southampton
Bristol City or Nottingham Forest v Newport or Manchester United
Wolves v Brighton
Sheffield Wednesday or Coventry v Maidstone United
Luton v Manchester City