It is a mixture of FA Cup and Premier League games being previewed this weekend.
Chelsea, Tottenham, Man United and Wigan to reach FA Cup semi-finals as Salah and Liverpool thrash Watford: English football predictions
It is a mixed weekend of action in England with the FA Cup quarter-finals and four Premier League games making up the schedule.
Here is a look at what is to come and what we predict the outcomes will be.
Swansea City 1 Tottenham Hotspur 2
Why? Tottenham have made hard work of this cup run, needing replays to get past both Newport County and Rochdale on their way to the last eight.
Despite being without the injured Harry Kane they should have too much for Swansea with Son Heung-Min on a great run of seven goals in four games in all competitions.
Manchester United 2 Brighton and Hove Albion 0
Why? United will look to bounce back from their disappointing Uefa Champions League exit in midweek to Sevilla.
This is a re-match of the 1983 final. That went United's way, and the home side's forward line, led by Romelu Lukaku, should be too strong for Brighton.
Wigan Athletic 1 Southampton 0
Why? Southampton may have new manager syndrome with Mark Hughes appointed to replace Maurico Pellegrino but it is hard to see what instant impact the Welshman can have on a side bereft of goals.
Wigan shocked Manchester City in the last round and they can do it again here to reach the last four.
Leicester City 1 Chelsea 3
Why? Chelsea went out of the Champions League on Wednesday to Barcelona but they did not play badly in losing at Camp Nou.
The side is clearly still playing for underfire manager Antonio Conte and they will to Eden Hazard to inspire them to a spot in the last four of the competition in April.
Bournemouth 3 West Bromwich Albion 0
Why? Bournemouth have only picked up two points from their past four games, but they impressed at times during their 4-1 loss at home to Tottenham and Josh King is back among the goals again.
They should have too much for beleaguered West Brom who already look doom to playing Championship football for the first time since 2008 next season.
Huddersfield Town 1 Crystal Palace 2
Why? Palace are in the relegation zone but have been given a boost by the return to fitness of Wilfried Zaha. The forward has been out for more than a month with a knee injury.
But he could be coming back refreshed at exactly the right time as Palace can take all the points to boost their hopes of staying up.
Stoke City 1 Everton 1
Why? Paul Lambert has made his Stoke side hard to beat since taking over. Monday's loss to Manchester City was only his second defeat as manager at the club.
But the club do not win enough games. Four draws from seven tells the story of why they are in the bottom three and they will again the threat in front of goal to triumph as Everton edge closer to securing their only status in the top flight for another season.
Liverpool 4 Watford 0
Why? Liverpool were beaten at Manchester United last weekend, but the attacking trio of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane should have more joy against a Watford side who have not won away since November 25.
This should be a comfortable afternoon's work for Mohamed Salah's men.