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It is FA Cup fourth-round weekend – a competition that started with 736 clubs is down to the final 32.
There are just four more hurdles to clear before the final, but who will make it to Wembley on 18 May?
Will Barnet, the last non-league club standing, make it through to the fifth round?
And who will emerge triumphant in the heavyweight battle between record 13-time winners Arsenal and 12-time champions Manchester United?
BBC Sport takes a look at five of this weekend’s 16 ties.
Arsenal v Manchester United: Who’ll be getting shirty?
Friday, 25 January (19:55 GMT), live on BBC One
The date is 14 April 1999. Manchester United and Arsenal are locked at 1-1 in an FA Cup semi-final replay at Villa Park, Dennis Bergkamp cancelling out David Beckham’s long-range opener.
The tie is deep into extra-time, penalties are looming, and United are down to 10 men after Roy Keane’s red card, when Patrick Vieira gives the ball away to 25-year-old substitute Ryan Giggs inside United’s half.
In what is considered by many to be one of the great FA Cup moments, Giggs embarks on an incredible solo run, going past a number of Arsenal players before lashing past David Seaman from an angle – and promptly whips off his shirt in celebration.
“To score that goal, on that occasion was great for me and great for the team in what was a momentous year,” said Giggs, who played a key part as United went on to secure a Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League treble under Sir Alex Ferguson in 1999.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, now the caretaker manager at Old Trafford, was part of United’s team at Villa Park. Will we witness another cup epic between Arsenal and United when they meet at Emirates Stadium on Friday?
Since 1999, Arsenal and United have played six times in the FA Cup – including the 2005 final, which United dominated but failed to take their chance and lost 5-4 on penalties.
Did you know? Arsenal have won the FA Cup in the previous three seasons they’ve beaten Manchester United in the competition – 2003, 2005 and 2015.
Doncaster Rovers v Oldham: Who’ll hit the fifth-round jackpot?
Saturday, 26 January (15:00 GMT)
There will be at least one club from below the Championship in Monday’s fifth-round draw, which is live on The One Show on BBC One from 1900 GMT.
That is because Doncaster Rovers, seventh in League One, entertain Oldham Athletic, 12th in League Two.
It is only three months ago that Oldham’s players threatened to go on strike over unpaid wages. Under interim manager Pete Wild, the Latics have picked up.