Arsenal 1 Manchester United 3, Friday, 11.55pm.
United are flying and even though Arsenal won last weekend against Chelsea it is hard to see them being able to stop United's momentum. Marcus Rashford, pictured, is in great form and he can stretch Arsenal's questionable defence and be the difference maker here. Reuters
Brighton and Hove Albion 2 West Bromwich Albion 1, Saturday, 7pm.
West Brom are making a decent fist of coming straight back up after relegation from the Premier League. But Chris Hughton's, pictured, side will edge through here. Getty Images
Manchester City 4 Burnley 0, Saturday, 7pm.
The FA Cup is the one domestic trophy missing for Pep Guardiola. While City have other targets ahead of them, they should reach the last 16 here with Gabriel Jesus likely to lead the line. Reuters
Newcastle United 1 Watford 1, Saturday, 7pm.
Newcastle are likely to prioritise next week's league action, but they still should have enough to earn a replay here. Saloman Rondon, pictured, caused Watford problems last month and he can do so again here. Reuters
Shrewsbury Town 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 3, Saturday, 7pm.
Wolves are riding high after their thrilling win over Leicester and they should have too much for League One Shrewsbury, with Diego Jota, pictured, looking to add to last week's hat-trick. Reuters
Millwall 1 Everton 2, Saturday, 9.30pm.
Championship side Millwall have enjoyed some good cup runs in recent seasons but they won't make it to the last 16 this year. Everton can be inconsistent but in Gylfi Sigurdsson, pictured, they have the quality to have the edge here. Reuters
AFC Wimbledon 0 West Ham United 4, Saturday, 11.45pm. Wimbledon's presence here brings back memories of the legendary 1988 success but there will be no cup upset here. West Ham will be too strong, with Felipe Anderson, pictured, and Marko Arnautovic, both likely to feature and be too hot for the Wimbledon defence to handle. Getty Images
Crystal Palace 1 Tottenham Hotspur 0, Sunday, 8pm. There was not much to choose between the sides in the league game earlier this season, which Tottenham won, and with Mauricio Pochettino's team suffering from an injury crisis this is a real chance for Palace. With Wilfried Zaha, pictured, and Andros Townsend in great form they can cause a shock here. Getty Images
Chelsea 3 Sheffield Wednesday 0, Sunday, 10pm. Chelsea are through to the League Cup final and the holders can continue their run for a third successive FA Cup final appearance with a comfortable win here. Maurizio Sarri, pictured, is likely to shake his side up after beating Tottenham on Thursday, but they should have too much for Wednesday. Reuters