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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Everton, Chelsea meet in FA Cup quarters, Arsenal may face Watford

Everton and Chelsea have been drawn to face each other in the FA Cup quarterfinals -- in a repeat of the 2009 final.

The pair met at Wembley Stadium seven years ago, with Guus Hiddink guiding Chelsea to a 2-1 victory on that occasion to secure the trophy.

And they will now face off at Goodison Park in the quarterfinals of this year's competition, with Hiddink once again in charge of the Blues and looking to replicate the success of 2009.

Elsewhere, FA Cup holders Arsenal could face a home tie against Watford -- should they beat Hull in a fifth-round replay.

Arsenal and Hull played out a goalless draw on Saturday and will have to meet again to decide who makes it into the last eight.

The FA Cup quarterfinals take place on the weekend of March 12.

West Ham, meanwhile, will play the winner of Monday's game between Shrewsbury and Manchester United following their 5-1 victory over Blackburn.

United travel to League One side Shrewsbury in desperate need of a win following their shock Europa League defeat to FC Midtjylland on Thursday.

In the remaining quarterfinal, Championship side Reading entertain Crystal Palace, with Alan Pardew set to return to his former club.

Palace boss Pardew spent four years in charge of Reading between 1999 and 2003.

Ties to be played the weekend of March 12:

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