Cardiff City will face Wigan at home in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
It's the first home game of the competition for the Bluebirds, who have so far beaten Newcastle United and Bolton on the road.
Swansea City will make the trip to Everton in the in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
It's after the Swans came from behind to win against Birmingham at St Andrews yesterday.
Two goals from Wilfred Bonnie Wilfried Bony in the space of just two minutes secured them the win.
Wilfried Bony scored twice in the space of two minutes at St Andrews, as Swansea City came from behind to clinch an FA Cup fourth round win against Birmingham.
The home side went ahead in the 15th minute, courtesy of a goal from Lee Novak.
But two second half goals from Swansea's record signing gave the visitors a 2-1 win against the Championship side, who memorably knocked them them out of the Capital One Cup earlier in the season.
There will be full match highlights on ITV at 10.45pm this evening.
Fraizer Campell came off the bench to score the winner for Cardiff City against Bolton and send the Bluebirds through to the fifth round of the FA Cup.
The result will be a welcome boost for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side, who are currently bottom of the Premier League.
There will be highlights of Cardiff City's 1-0 win at Bolton on ITV at 10.45pm.
Swansea City have made the trip to the Midlands for a fourth round FA Cup tie that sees them take on Birmingham City, who knocked them out of the Capital One Cup earlier this season.
The Blues beat the Capital One Cup holders in the third round of this year's tournament, when goals from Dan Burn, Matt Green and Tom Adeyemi earned them a 3-1 win. And manager Michael Laudrup says his side can expect "competitive" opposition once again.
Pablo Hernandez and Jonathan de Guzman are set to return from injury for Swansea at St Andrew's.
Winger Hernandez has been sidelined for over three weeks with a hamstring injury, while De Guzman has been hindered by a calf problem, but both are in contention to face the Blues.
But Nathan Dyer, Michel Vorm, Michu, Jose Canas and Garry Monk all remain out of action for Swansea, who knocked out Manchester United in the last round earlier this month.
Given their league situation, Swansea could be forgiven for viewing their Birmingham Cup tie as a distraction.
But Laudrup said: "In every game, I will try to have a competitive team whether I make two, five or seven changes.
"In most of the games in my time here no-one has been able to say we could not do enough against the opponent and the team tomorrow will also be competitive and hopefully move on in the competition.
"If you win, it always gives us something to take on to the next game. I hope that will be the case as we all know Tuesday against Fulham is a key game in the league."
You can watch full highlights of the match on ITV at 10.45pm this evening.
Cardiff City face Championship side Bolton in the fourth round of the FA Cup later, in what manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has described as "an important game for the club."
The Bluebirds memorably came from behind in their third round match away at Newcastle, but in the Premier League they are bottom of the table.
Speaking at yesterday's press conference, Solskjaer said: "Tomorrow is going to be an important game for the club.
"It is vital to build momentum and confidence. I hear many people say it is a distraction but for me it is another chance to get to know the lads and for them to implement what we are trying to do.
"The FA Cup was the biggest one-game occasion in football. I watched probably all of them. This is one final we really want to get to and this game is massive for us.
"But we need fresh legs and energy, especially mental energy, we need to rotate as we have another game on Tuesday and then Saturday."
And the Norwegian has urged his players to believe they belong at the elite level.
"Sometimes they need to get told they are better players than they think they are," he said.
"You cannot outperform your ego. So, they have got to start believing that they belong in the Premier League and that they should be playing against the Manchester Citys and the Manchester Uniteds.
"We are here because of the last four years and we are not here because it has just happened overnight.
"So I did put one or two points across at Man City and they responded really well.
"Players don't frustrate me, you just want to encourage them because you know they are so talented. Now, it's just to release the shackles."
You can watch full match highlights of Bolton vs. Cardiff City on ITV at 10.45pm
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup said his side's win against Manchester United in the third round of the FA Cup at Old Trafford was "impressive", but admitted they "had a bit of luck" in securing a 90th minute winner against the Premier League champions.
"It's one of the great stadiums, not only here but in world football, so to win here is impressive, especially after being without the win for some games," he told BT Sport.
"We had a bit of luck in the sense that we scored a very late winner. When you play teams like Man United, Man City, Chelsea... you have to perform very well. You know they will create four or five good chances. I didn't see those four or five chances from Man Utd.
"I always sat out there with a feeling that we had a possibility.
'I don't fancy replays with the fixtures we have, so it was great to see that finishing.
"When they got the man (Fabio Da Silva) sent off, we played with two strikers to see if we could get the winner in the last 8-10 minutes and we did."
A late header from Wilfried Bony gave Swansea City their first ever win at Old Trafford, knocking Manchester United out of the FA Cup in the process.
Wayne Routledge put the visitors ahead in the 12th minute, before Javier Hernandez equalised just four minutes later.
Bony's winner in the 90th minute means Swansea will play either Birmingham, Bristol Rovers of Crawley in the fourth round.