If Manchester United are to reach the FA Cup fifth round, they're going to have to beat veritable minnows Cambridge United of the fourth tier. Yep, Louis van Gaal's side have had the fortune to draw the lowest-ranked side left in the tournament, who beat Luton Town 2-1 in the last round.
Hopefully United (that's Manchester, not Cambridge) will make lighter work of the clash away at the Abbey Stadium than they did the game against Yeovil Town yesterday, though rest assured, Cambridge are going to be up for it.
Other notable ties include Manchester City's game at home to Championship high-flyers Middlesbrough, and a couple of local derbies, with Chelsea set to play Millwall (providing the Lions beat Bradford in a replay) and Birmingham City playing host to their near neighbours West Bromwich Albion.
The games will be played some point later this month, though the exact date is yet to be announced.