The draw for the FA Cup quarter-finals is rapidly approaching and we've already seen plenty of upsets so far.
After dumping out Manchester United in the previous round, Middlesbrough continued their magical journey with an extra-time victory over Tottenham. Elsewhere, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea all secured their spots in the quarters.
With eight clubs - two of whom are still to be determined - fighting it out for a spot at the Wembley showpiece, here's everything you need to know ahead of the draw.
When is the FA Cup quarter-final draw?
The draw for the quarter-finals will take place at 19:45 GMT on Thursday.
Where can I watch the FA Cup quarter-final draw on TV/live stream?
The draw will take place live on ITV1 in the United Kingdom and ESPN+ in the US before the clash between Everton and Boreham Wood. It can also be watched on ITV's website and app, as well as the FA's social media.
FA Cup quarter-final draw numbers
2. Crystal Palace
3. Manchester City
7. Nottingham Forest or Huddersfield
8. Everton or Boreham Wood
FA Cup quarter-final dates
The FA Cup quarter-finals are set to take place on the weekend of Saturday, 19 March. It means a return to the weekend for the FA Cup, with the fifth round ties unusually taking place in midweek.
Source : 90min