After a weekend of cup action starved of goals, the FA Cup semi-final draw has thrown up some very exciting prospects.
With all remaining games to be played at Wembley, Tottenham Hotspur will fancy that the long-since forgotten 'Wembley curse' that had appeared to plague Mauricio Pochettino's side will now work in their favour.
Having taken their time to overcome some lower-league opponents, Spurs swiftly put Carlos Carvalhal's Swansea City to bed in a convincing 3-0 quarter-final win.
Mark Hughes enjoyed a start to life at Southampton as they beat Paul Cook's giant-killers Wigan 2-0, while Jose Mourinho was less than flattering of his players as they overcame Chris Hughton's Brighton & Hove Albion by the same scoreline last night.
In the final game of the quarter-final stage, Antonio Conte witnessed his side progress to the FA Cup semi-final at the expense of Claude Puel's Leicester City.
FA Cup Semi-Final:
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
Chelsea v Southampton
The matches for the FA Cup semi-final are due to take place on the weekend of the 21st/22nd of April.