Louis van Gaal's side were unable to get past their League Two opponents at the first attempt with the game at Abbey Stadium ending goalless last Friday. Manchester United will feel confident of progressing on their own turf and will be rewarded with a tie against Preston or Sheffield United if they do. The match at Old Trafford will be on BT Sport, kicking off at 7.45pm on Tuesday 3 February.
Bolton vs Liverpool meanwhile is the game selected by the BBC, with the match being shown on BBC One at 7.45pm on Wednesday 4 February. Neither side could break the deadlock at Anfield but a winner will emerge from the Reebok Stadium and go into the quarter-final to play Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
There are two other replays to be settled from the fourth round. Fulham vs Sunderland will play on Tuesday 3 February with the winner playing Chelsea's conquerors Bradford at Valley Parade in the fifth round. Sheffield United vs Preston will also be played on Tuesday night.
FA Cup fifth round draw...
Crystal Palace v Liverpool/Bolton
Arsenal v Middlesbrough
Aston Villa v Leicester
West Brom v West Ham
Bradford v Sunderland/Fulham
Blackburn v Stoke
Derby v Reading
Preston/Sheffield United v Cambridge/Manchester United
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