Possible home tie in FA Cup quarter-final
Matt Smith`s 95th minute header for Oldham Athletic might have cost Everton safe passage through to the FA Cup quarter-finals, but the draw meant we were still in the hat.
After another stunning weekend for the worlds oldest club competition there are now only 11 teams left in the competition and once all the replays are played out we will be down to 8.
Of those final 11 teams, 6 teams are from the Premier League, 4 are from the Championship and 1 is from League One.
With Millwall and Blackburn Rovers drawn together the Championship is guaranteed at least one in the semi-finals, whilst Everton, assuming we can progress past Oldham have avoided Manchester United and Manchester City and have been drawn at home to Wigan Athletic.
Manchester City host Barnsley, while the winners of tonight's game between Manchester United and Reading will play either Middlesbrough or Chelsea.
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