West Ham United have been drawn at home against Middlesbrough in the FA Cup fifth round with the tie to take place on the weekend of 14/15 February.
The Hammers memorably met Middlesbrough in the 2005/06 semi-final at Villa Park when Marlon Harewood's solitary 78th-minute strike separated the teams. That took the three-time winners - in 1964, 1975 and 1980 - through to the showpiece in Cardiff, where they lost out to Liverpool on penalties after a 3-3 draw.
Gareth Southgate's men will prove a difficult prospect when they arrive in east London next month - with the two teams drawing 1-1 when they last met at the Riverside back on 1 November. Boro are also due at the Boleyn Ground on 24 May for the last Barclays Premier League meeting of the season.
The draw - conducted by Gary Mabbutt and Gary Pallister - was conducted at FA headquarters at Soho Square, London. The Hammers had earned their place after a professional 2-0 win at League One side Hartlepool United on Saturday lunchtime.
The winners of the tie will enter the sixth round on 7/8 March. The semi-finals are due to take place at Wembley on Saturday 18 April. The final will take place at the famous old stadium on Saturday 30 May.
Sheffield United v Hull City
Watford v Chelsea
West Ham United v Middlesbrough
Sunderland or Blackburn v Coventry
Derby County or Nottingham Forest v Manchester United
Swansea City v Fulham
Liverpool or Everton v Doncaster Rovers or Aston Villa
Cardiff or Arsenal v West Brom or Burnley