Irish Cup sixth round draw: Queen's University handed home tie against Glentoran after shock win over Linfield
Queen's University will have the opportunity to oust both of the Big Two from this season's Irish Cup at The Dub.
Peter Thompson's side were handed a home tie in the sixth round draw, Glentoran this time the visitors after the Students beat Linfield 2-1 in the fifth round on Saturday afternoon.
Elsewhere in the draw, there are two all-Premiership ties with holders Crusaders set for a tough trip to Carrick Rangers while Ballymena United go to a recently resurgent Warrenpoint Town.
The two intermediate teams left in the competition were both drawn at home but, due to competition rules, will see their ties reversed as Rathfriland Rangers will go to Cliftonville and Banbridge Town travel to Coleraine.
"What we usually look for is a home draw," said Coleraine full-back Aaron Traynor. "We're happy enough."
There's an east-Antrim derby for Ballyclare Comrades and Larne to looked forward to at Dixon Park, while Dungannon Swifts will welcome Newry City to Stangmore Park.
The only tie not featuring a Premiership team sees Knockbreda host last year's beaten finalists Ballinamallard.
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The sixth round ties will be played on Saturday, February 1.
Irish Cup sixth round draw
Carrick Rangers v Crusaders
Ballyclare Comrades v Larne
Queen's University v Glentoran
Dungannon Swifts v Newry City AFC
Warrenpoint Town v Ballymena United
Rathfriland Rangers v Cliftonville (Tie to be reversed)
Banbridge Town v Coleraine (Tie to be reversed)
Knockbreda v Ballinamallard United
Irish Cup fifth round results
Ards 1-3 Carrick Rangers
Ballinamallard United 1-0 Dollingstown
Ballyclare Comrades 2-1 H&W Welders
Ballymena United 2-0 Crumlin Star
Banbridge Town 2-2 East Belfast (Banbridge win 4-3 on penalties)
Cliftonville 6-0 Hanover
Crusaders 3-0 Dundela
Glenavon 0-2 Coleraine
Glentoran 2-2 Portadown (Glentoran win 5-4 on penalties)
Institute 2-3 Dungannon Swifts
Knockbreda 3-2 Dergview
Larne 8-0 Belfast Celtic
Loughgall 1-2 Rathfriland Rangers
Newry City AFC 3-1 Bangor
Queen's University 2-1 Linfield
Warrenpoint Town 3-1 PSNI
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