Non-League side Maidstone United will travel to Coventry in the FA Cup fifth round, while holders Manchester City make the trip to Luton.
The National League South club from Kent pulled off one of the great upsets in FA Cup history by winning 2-1 at Ipswich on Saturday and will now make the journey to another Championship team in the last 16.
Maidstone manager George Elokobi told Sky Sports News: “Another Championship side. It’s going to be a big day out for us. It’s incredible to get into the fifth round. We are not disappointed.
“In my opinion, it’s a good draw for both clubs. We have to make sure that when the time comes, we go again.
“My personal preference was Wolves and I was disappointed that we didn’t draw them to be honest. But it’s not about me, it’s about our football club and our players and we have to go out and do it again.
“The magic of the cup is still very much alive and on the day, we will be ready and hopefully we’ll give a good account of ourselves.”
Newcastle face a trip to Blackburn, while Chelsea – who swept aside Aston Villa in their replay – will host Leeds.
Brighton travel to Wolves and Bournemouth entertain Championship leaders Leicester.
Liverpool will face Southampton.
Nottingham Forest – who beat Bristol City on penalties in their fourth-round replay – face Manchester United, who beat Newport.
The fifth-round matches will be scheduled during the week commencing Monday February 26.
FA Cup fifth-round draw
Blackburn vs Newcastle
Chelsea vs Leeds
Bournemouth vs Leicester
Liverpool vs Southampton
Nottingham Forest vs Manchester United
Wolves vs Brighton
Coventry vs Maidstone United
Luton Town vs Manchester City