Chelsea to face Manchester United in FA Cup quarter-final

Jose Mourinho borrows old pal Wenger's coat to attend the Premier League game between Chelsea and Manchester United on October 23, 2016
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Manchester United are drawn away to Chelsea in the sixth round of the FA Cup, while non-league Lincoln City will face either Arsenal or Sutton United.

Jose Mourinho will take his Manchester United side to former club Chelsea in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

The one-time winner of the competition, lifting the cup at Wembley with the Blues in 2007, must now overcome Antonio Conte at his old Stamford Bridge hunting ground.

There is also a plum sixth-round draw for Lincoln City, the first non-league side to make it this far since 1914 thanks to victory over Burnley, who will potentially visit the Emirates Stadium should strong favourites Arsenal beat Sutton United on Monday evening.

Another side to pull off a big upset on fifth-round weekend was Millwall, whose reward for edging past Leicester City - their third Premier League scalp in a row - is a trip to face London rivals Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane.

The other tie sees Middlesbrough pitted against either Manchester City or Huddersfield Town after the two sides played out a goalless draw on Saturday.

Quarter-final draw in full:

Chelsea vs. Man United
Middlesbrough vs. Huddersfield or Man City
Tottenham vs. Millwall
Sutton United or Arsenal vs. Lincoln City

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