Third tier Bradford and Championship (second tier) Middlesbrough overcame the odds to register two of the biggest FA Cup shocks in recent memory.

Bradford trailed 2-0 against Premier League leaders Chelsea before mounting a stunning fightback to win 4-2 while Middlesbrough outplayed City to claim a 2-0 victory at the Etihad Stadium.

"I'd prefer (to play) Sunderland to be fair," Bradford co-chairman Mark Lawn said.

"We're at home and I think we can win at home. When we get this stadium bouncing I don't think any team will want to come here. Whether it's Sunderland or Fulham, they won't want to come to Valley Parade."

In other ties Manchester United face a trip to Preston North End or Sheffield United should they overcome fourth tier Cambridge United -- the lowest ranked side still in the competition -- after they forced a heroic replay against the eleven-time winners.

West Bromwich Albion host West Ham United and Leicester City travel to Aston Villa in two all Premier League ties.

Seven-time winners Liverpool or Bolton Wanderers will travel to Crystal Palace, Blackburn Rovers host Stoke City, who cruised past third tier Rochdale 4-1 on Monday, and Derby County will entertain Reading.

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