Manchester United will travel to Wolves at the Emirates FA Cup quarter-final stage.
The draw was made following the Reds’ comprehensive 2-0 victory against Chelsea on Monday, when headers from Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba secured our spot in the last eight of the competition for the fifth season in a row.
The superb result was a first victory at Stamford Bridge for seven years, after we conceded an injury-time equaliser in the 2-2 draw in the league earlier in the campaign.
The tie will take place over the weekend of 15-18 March, meaning our previously arranged Premier League fixture against Manchester City will now be played at a later date.
Much-fancied Wolves will be a tough nut to crack at Molineux after beating Liverpool in round three.
The draw was made by former Reds favourite Darren Fletcher and Wayne Bridge, who played for the likes of Southampton, Chelsea and Manchester City during his 16-year playing career.
A quick reminder for the last round, the quarter-final stage will not include replays, as any drawn game will go straight to extra-time and then penalties, if required. VAR will also be used during the tie.