Chelsea will play at home to Sheffield United after they beat Barnsley 1-0 at Oakwell.
A goal from Tammy Abraham was enough to take Chelsea into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.
In the first half, Barnsley played very well, producing two huge opportunities, both for Callum Brittain, who had one saved by Kepa Arrizabalaga and the other broadly deflected by his team-mate, Victor Adeboyejo.
Steadily exerting control after the break Chelsea improved far enough with Thomas Tuchel bawling on the touchline and Callum Hudson-Odi to the fore. Then, at 64 minutes, Abraham was teed up by Reece James for what proved to be the winner, and they had done enough to see it out.
Chelsea will play better than they did against Barnsley – they will have to – but after drawing with Wolves in Tuchel’s first game, they have now won four in a row. Something might just be brewing.
Barnsley – Chelsea 0-1
Goal: Abraham (64)
Barnsley: Collins, Sibbick (Sollbauer 76), Helik, Andersen, Brittain (Williams 73), Kane (Palmer 73), Mowatt, Styles, Adeboyejo (Dike 59), Woodrow, Chaplin (Frieser 59).
Chelsea: Kepa, Christensen (Rudiger 45), Zouma, Emerson, Hudson-Odoi, Kante, Gilmour, Alonso (James 45), Ziyech (Anjorin 69), Abraham, Pulisic (Kovacic 80).