It’s the draw for the FA Cup 2018-19 quarter-finals.
What time does it start?
It will begin after 7pm, with Chelsea vs Manchester United – the final fifth round tie – taking place afterwards.
Which channel is it on?
You can watch the draw on BBC One. Alternatively, you can get all the very latest right here at Telegraph Sport.
What happened in the fifth round?
Here are five things we learned, from Press Association:
1. Not so magic
After the previous two rounds had delivered a number of shocks, round five was a reminder of how the competition can be, proving considerably less exciting for observers hoping for giant-killings as all six of the clubs facing lower-league opposition progressed to the quarter-finals. The last eight certainly looks interesting ahead of Monday’s draw, though, given it will feature two non-Premier League sides – Championship duo Millwall and Swansea – and only two of the top-flight’s ‘big six’.
2. City march on
Premier League leaders Manchester City are in the hat after a 4-1 win at League Two Newport that showed their ability to handle a different kind of assignment to usual. On a patchy Rodney Parade pitch, Pep Guardiola’s men withstood some notable pressure before securing a convincing victory to remain fighting for four trophies.