The FA Cup continues this weekend as the final eight teams fight for a spot in the semi-final stage of the competition.
Hundreds of clubs have been eliminated from the tournament, but who is still in contention for a Wemblery final and which FA Cup games will be shown live on TV?
What FA Cup games are on tv?
|Mar 17||Swansea City vs Tottenham||12:15||BT Sport 1|
Swansea City and Tottenham Hotspur kick off proceedings this weekend as Mauricio Pochettino and his side travel to Wales.
Spurs were held to a 2-2 draw by League One strugglers Rochdale in the fifth round of the competition but eased into the quarter-finals with a 6-1 victory at Wembley in the replay.
The London club go up against a Swansea side who have lost just one of their last 14 fixtures and have won all three of their previous home FA Cup games this term.
|Mar 17||Manchester United vs Brighton||19:45||BT Sport 1|
In Saturday's late game, Manchester United host Brighton & Hove Albion in a replay of the 1983 final.
With Manchester City clear at the top of the Premier League and United knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday, Jose Mourinho's chances of winning a trophy now comes down to this competition.
The Red Devils fell to a 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford by Sevilla in the week following a 0-0 draw in Spain, with Mourinho facing somewhat of a backlash due to the lethargic performance of his players over the two legs of the tie.
United and Brighton met at Old Trafford earlier in the season with Mourinho's side running out 1-0 winners through a Lewis Dunk own goal.
Albion come into the fixture having lost just one of their previous eight outings, with a 2-0 defeat at Everton on Saturday ending their longest unbeaten run of the campaign.
United beat Derby County, Yeovil Town and Huddersfield to reach this point of the competition, while Brighton beat rivals Crystal Palace in the third round, Middlesbrough in the fourth round, and League Two Coventry City in their most recent FA Cup fixture.
|Mar 18||Wigan Athletic vs Southampton||13:30||BBC One|
In the second installment of weekend FA Cup games, the lowest-ranked team left in the tournament, Wigan Athletic, take on managerless Southampton at the DW Stadium.
Wigan have knocked out three Premier League clubs to reach the quarter-final, including runaway leaders Manchester City in the last round.
Will Grigg struck the only goal of the game in the club's 1-0 scalp over Pep Guardiola's men, ending their chances of claiming a quadruple of trophies.
Southampton beat Fulham 1-0 in the third round and Watford in the fourth by the same scoreline, before a 2-1 victory over West Brom at the Hawthorns in February.
Mauricio Pellegrino lost his job as Saints boss in the week with the St Mary's club sitting just a point above the bottom three in the Premier League table with eight games of the season remaining.
|Mar 18||Leicester City vs Chelsea||16:30||BBC One|
Sunday's late kick off sees Chelsea travel to Leicester City in a tie that will complete the line up for the semi-final.
The Foxes passed Fleetwood Town, Peterborough and Sheffield United to reach the quarter-finals but will face considerably tougher opponents in Antonio Conte's side this weekend.
Chelsea, who were taken to a replay by Norwich in the third round before beating Newcastle and Hull City in the third and fourth rounds, come into Sunday's tie fresh from a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace last time out.