outhampton are the first name into the hat ahead of the FA Cup semi-final draw.
A starring display from Nathan Redmond, scoring twice and assisting a third in a 3-0 win, easily dispatched of south coast rivals Bournemouth on Saturday lunchtime.
Later in the day, the FA Cup leg of Manchester City’s pursuit of a quadruple resumes at Everton.
Sunday sees Chelsea look to continue their resurgence under Thomas Tuchel, as they host Sheffield United, before top-four rivals Leicester City and Manchester United go ahead to head in the early evening.
When is the FA Cup draw?
The draw will take place during the half-time break of the quarter-final match between Leicester City and Manchester United.
So, expect the draw between 5.45pm and 6pm GMT on Sunday, March 21, 2020.
How to watch the FA Cup
TV channel: The draw will be televised on BBC One.
Live stream: UK TV license holders will be able to watch the draw online via the BBC Sport website or BBC iPlayer, or follow it LIVE with Standard Sport’s blog.
FA Cup draw ball numbers
1 Everton or Manchester City
3 Leicester City or Manchester United
4 Chelsea or Sheffield United
Both semi-final games will be played at Wembley, across the weekend of April 17-18.