Five North West teams were in action in the FA Cup's fourth round this weekend, with just three making it into tonight's draw.
Liverpool squandered a 2 goal advantage at League One Shrewsbury, a 2-2 draw earning The Shrews a replay at Anfield on the fourth of February.
However, Red's boss Jurgen Klopp has said that neither he or any of his senior players will be involved in the tie as they observe the Premier League's new winter break.
Speaking after the game he said: "In April 2019 we got a letter from the Premier League, I think, where they asked us to respect the winter break and not to organise international friendlies or competitive games. We respect that.
"So I said to the boys already two weeks ago that we will have a winter break which means we will not be there.
"It will be the kids who play that game."
Manchester United had a much easier time of it, beating League One side Tranmere Rovers 6-0 at Prenton Park.
Harry Maguire and Jesse Lingard were amongst the goalscorers as some of the pressure that had been building on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was lifted.
However, chants against United's owners, the Glazer's, could still be heard from the travelling supporters.
Manchester City were 4-0 winners against Championship side Fulham as the holders progressed to the next round without much incident.
Fulham captain, Tim Ream, was sent off in the first six minutes after bringing down Gabriel Jesus in the penalty area.
Ilkay Gundogan, Gabriel Jesus and Bernardo Silva were all on the scoresheet as the Premier League side strolled into the next round.
Meanwhile, Burnley were beaten 2-1 by fellow Premier League side Norwich.
The Claret's played in front of a crowd of just over 8,000 as they failed to build on an impressive league win over Manchester United midweek.