Queens Park Rangers 0 Watford 2. Friday. 11.45pm UAE time. QPR may not be in great form in the Championship, having lost their past five league games, but they have excelled in the cup, their third-round win over Leeds United a standout result. But Watford will have too much for them, with Abdoulaye Doucoure, pictured left, back running their operations in the centre of midfield. Getty
Brighton & Hove Albion 1 Derby County 0. Saturday 4.30pm. Brighton's league form is slipping in the Premier League but Chris Hughton's, pictured, men should have too much for Championship side Derby. Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
AFC Wimbledon 1 Millwall 2. Saturday 7pm. Both sides have caused shocks on their run to the last 16. But Championship Millwall, who have had a knack of decent cup runs in recent years, will reach the quarter-finals again, with the likes of Lee Gregory, pictured, being the difference maker. Action Images via Reuters
Newport County 0 Manchester City 5. Saturday, 9.30pm. The FA Cup can throw up upsets and Newport County of League Two have done brilliantly to get this far. But the only question here is just how emphatic City's win is. Pep Guardiola, pictured, will have one eye on the Uefa Champions League but whichever line-up of City players he fields here will be too strong for their opponents. Reuters
Bristol City 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2. Sunday, 5pm. Wolves have been on great form of late and earned their spot here by beating Premier League title contenders Liverpool in the last round. With Raul Jimenez, pictured, in good nick in front of goal he should give his side the edge and a spot in the last eight. Action Images via Reuters.
Doncaster Rovers 0 Crystal Palace 3. Sunday, 8pm. Palace have had some good away days already this season. Winning at Man City and troubling Liverpool and they should, with Wilfied Zaha and Andros Townsend, pictured, on top form at present, have too much for their League One hosts. Getty
Swansea City 2 Brentford 1. Sunday, 8pm. The only all Championship match-up. Both sides are mid-table and will give everything to cup progress with nothing to play for really in the league. Swansea won at Brentford in the league in December and they may well repeat that result here. Oli McBurnie, pictured, was the hero in the last round against Gillingham and he can be here again. Getty
Chelsea 2 Manchester United 1. Monday, 11.30pm. Surprising call this but Maurizio Sarri's men have often played their best stuff when least expected and after a bad result. They beat Man City in December after losing to Wolves. Beating United, after losing to City 6-0, would be a huge comeback, but given Chelsea's cup pedigree, they are the defending champions after all, they can give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a defeat here. Eden Hazard, pictured, will be the man Chelsea look to for inspiration. Getty