With a pair of replays yet to be concluded, not all is known about the upcoming FA Cup meetings, but suffice it to say, they have serious potential.
Everton and Chelsea will meet at Goodison Park as the only confirmed meeting between Premier League clubs. Chelsea will hit the road this time around, having just concluded a resounding victory against a weak Manchester City squad at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal — aiming for a third-straight FA Cup trophy — must navigate a replay against Hull before they can move on, but would face fellow Premier League foes in Watford in the last eight if they prevail.
Meanwhile, Reading is the only lower league team confirmed through to the quarterfinals, and they get a home match out of it, welcoming Crystal Palace to Madjeski Stadium. Other lower league clubs still in contention are Hull City and Shrewsbury Town. The Tigers are to replay Arsenal after their 0-0 draw, with the winner welcoming Watford. League One side Shrewsbury hosts Manchester United in the final scheduled fixture on Monday, and the victor will host West Ham.
In an odd quirk, should Arsenal advance, they would net yet another home meeting, having been drawn at home in every single round yet in this FA Cup. The Gunners’ only road visit will come in the replay after their draw at the Emirates. They’ve so far taken down Sunderland and Burnley in the tournament.
On a similar note, should both lower-league sides advance in the matches yet to be decided, all three remaining lower-division clubs would host a quarterfinal.