Non-league Sutton United will horde 12-time winners Arsenal in a fifth turn of a FA Cup, while Lincoln City are during Premier League Burnley.
In a pull that constructed no all-Premier League ties, holders Manchester United will go to Blackburn Rovers, while top-flight leaders Chelsea also face a outing to a Championship bar after sketch Wolves.
Manchester City are divided to Huddersfield, fifth in a Championship, and Fulham horde Spurs, who are third in a Premier League.
Top-flight Middlesbrough will acquire Oxford United to a Riverside Stadium, while League One side Millwall will horde Derby, chasing a Championship play-off place, or Premier League champions Leicester.
The fifth turn represents a last-16 theatre of a foe and all ties are scheduled to be played from 17-20 February.
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Draw in full:
Burnley v Lincoln City
Fulham v Tottenham Hotspur
Blackburn Rovers v Manchester United
Sutton United v Arsenal
Middlesbrough v Oxford United
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Chelsea
Huddersfield Town v Manchester City
Millwall v Derby County/Leicester City
‘I’ve never seen them burst adult and down as much’
Sutton United are 16th in a National League, English football’s fifth tier, and play during Gander Green Lane, that has a 5,000 ability – 55,000 reduction than Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium.
They have beaten League Two Cheltenham Town, League One AFC Wimbledon and Championship Leeds United to get this far.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, partner manager Micky Stephens said: “I’ve had to come and lay down, we can’t utterly trust that.
“I’m a lifelong Chelsea fan so we had my fingers crossed for that – though it can’t be most better.
“Craig Eastmond and Roarie Deacon have both been concerned during Arsenal in their younger days and I’ve never seen them burst adult and down as much.
“It’s a illusory draw.”
Lincoln City, tip of a National League, have beaten Championship Brighton and Ipswich in a past dual rounds. Their compare opposite Burnley will be their eighth in this season’s FA Cup.
“It’s a good pull to array a wits opposite Sean Dyche and hopefully something we’ll learn a lot from,” pronounced manager Danny Cowley.
Reaction to a draw
Ex-Blackburn Rovers and Chelsea striker Chris Sutton
It’s a shining pull for Sutton. Normally a large Premier League teams get a home draw.
Lincoln will be kaleidoscopic with a small disappointment. No disregard to Burnley, though if Burnley don’t play their strongest side we can't order Lincoln out.
They have a bravery, they deserved to kick Ipswich and Brighton, they have a shining immature government group – though I’m gutted they didn’t get a home draw.