FA Cup draw

Crawley go to Old Trafford

January 30, 2011
By ESPNsoccernet staff

Conference side Crawley Town have been handed a trip to Manchester United in the Fifth Round of the FA Cup.

Matthew Tubbs
GettyImagesMatthew Tubbs celebrates his winning goal for Crawley at Torquay on Saturday afternoon

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Crawley, who won 1-0 away at Torquay on Saturday despite missing two penalties, will be celebrating after being handed the plum tie of the round. Also nicknamed the Red Devils, Crawley currently sit two points off the top of the Conference table with four games in hand.

In reaching the Fifth Round, Crawley have joined a select band of six non-league clubs to reach this stage since WWII. No non-league team has ever progressed further in that time.

Leyton Orient's reward for their shock win away at Swansea City is a home tie against fellow London side Arsenal, while the winners of the replay between Everton and Chelsea will entertain Reading.

Manchester City will play at home to Aston Villa if they beat Notts County in their replay.