FA Cup holders Manchester United will travel to Premier League leaders Chelsea in the standout tie of the quarterfinal draw.
"A publication asked if they can photograph me naked. Like, everything off, except a pair of goalie gloves, apparently," Wayne Shaw said.
Marcus Rashford is hoping to avenge Manchester United's Stamford Bridge humiliation when they face Chelsea in the FA Cup quarterfinals.
United face playing every 3.76 days between now and May if they are to match Liverpool's three-trophy haul, once dubbed a "plastic treble" by fans.
Gregor Robertson has played on the side of both the favourite and the underdog and looks at how non-league Sutton can overcome Premier League Arsenal.
Who says the FA Cup is dead? Just look at what mighty nonleague Lincoln City did to Burnley. Iain Macintosh offers up Heroes & Villains.