The draw for FA Cup semi-finals will take place today following the quarter-finals ties.
We are down to just eight teams left in this season’s competition and that will become four over the next couple of days.
Manchester United and Manchester City are the firm favourites to claim glory this season but lower league sides Millwall and Swansea are also dreaming of famous victories.
With the semi-finals nearly upon us, here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming draw.
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FA Cup semi-final draw: When is it?
The draw will take place on Sunday, March 17 after the Millwall vs Brighton tie. That match kicks off at 2pm and the draw will follow.
FA Cup semi-final draw: Where can I watch it?
The draw will be broadcast live on BBC One after their coverage of Millwall vs Brighton. Leon Osman and Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink will be picking the balls.
talkSPORT will also have full coverage of the draw.
FA Cup semi-final draw: What are the ball numbers?
1 Manchester City
3 Wolverhampton Wanderers
4 Millwall or Brighton & Hove Albion
The semi-finals will take place at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, April 6 and Sunday April 7 with the FA Cup Final scheduled for Saturday May 18.