After a delay of more than three months the FA Cup resumes this weekend, with Norwich City entertaining Manchester United.
The Premier League's bottom side welcome the cup's 12-time winners to Carrow Road on Saturday for the first of this weekend's quarter-finals.
Man Utd arrive full of confidence following their 3-0 win over Sheffield United on Wednesday, thanks to Anthony Martial's hat-trick.
Norwich meanwhile have failed to score in either of their first to matches since the season restarted, losing both as they slide towards the Premier League's relegation trap door.
Man Utd's trip to Norfolk is the only FA Cup quarter-final being played on Saturday, and will kick off at 5.30pm.
The other three ties – Sheffield United vs Arsenal, Leicester vs Chelsea and Newcastle vs Manchester City – are all being played on Sunday.
There's also one Premier League game being played on Saturday, Aston Villa vs Wolves at 12.30pm.
The good news for fans who only have free-to-air TV is that this game is being shown on the BBC.
Coverage starts on BBC One at 5.10pm, with fans also able to stream the match through the iPlayer.
The BBC will also be showing Man City's trip to Newcastle on Sunday which kicks off at 6.30pm.
Norwich – 13/2
Man Utd – 4/9
The Canaries are heading back to The Championship – and clinging to the hope that they can do a Wigan on the way and lift the FA Cup.
But after two games post Project Restart – and no goals scored – that looks an even longer shot than the 40/1 thepools.com have on a Norwich title win.
United are second favourites behind neighbours City at 6/1 and are fairly priced at 4/9 to win at Carrow Road. United to win to nil at 23/20 has to be considered.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com.
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