16-Feb-2018 19:16:54 | The Guardian
Chelsea Caballero, Rudiger, Cahill, Ampadu, Zappacosta, Drinkwater, Fabregas, Emerson, Willian, Giroud, Pedro.Substitutes: Eduardo, Chalobah, Sterling, Scott, Moses, Hudson-Odoi, Morata.
Hull City Marshall, Irvine, Meyler, Dicko, Diomande, Evandro, Dawson, Clark, Stewart, Wilson, MacDonald.Substitutes: McGregor, Grosicki, Toral, Batty, Keane, Campbell, Clackstone.
Leicester (4-2-2-2) Schmeichel; Simpson, Morgan, Maguire, Chilwell; Ndidi, Iborra; Mahrez, Gray; Iheanacho, Vardy.Substitutes: Hamer, Dragovic, Fuchs, James, Silva, Albrighton, Diabate.
Sheffield United (3-5-2) Blackman; Wright, Basham, O’Connell; Baldock, Stevens, Lafferty, Lundstram, Carruthers; Wilson, Donaldson.Substitutes: Eastwood, Sharp, Stearman, Duffy, Heneghan, Evans, Brooks.
Let us speak frankly: this is not the most inspiring fifth round draw in the history of the FA Cup*. The weekend starts with two fixtures that should be comfortable home wins, but have just enough potential for a shock to assuage my frustration at missing the Judge Judy marathon on Lifetime.
Crisis-club Chelsea, three points off second place in the Premier League and still in the two biggest cup competitions, host Hull City. And Leicester, who aren’t a bad outside bet to reach their first FA Cup final since 1969, are at home to Sheffield United. The matches would look a lot closer if they were being played on David’s patch rather than Goliath’s.