It has been confirmed that Arsenal’s FA Cup quarter-final showdown with Sheffield United will take place at 1.30pm (UK time) on Sunday, 22 March.
After three consecutive games on Monday nights, this will be the first time in this season’s competition that we’ll play on a weekend.
The match will be broadcast on BT Sport. We’re giving you 13 days to buy yourself some noise-cancelling headphones so you don’t need to listen to Jermaine Jenas.
Arsenal have had some pretty memorable FA Cup ties with Sheffield United in the past. We beat them on the way to winning the trophy in 2003 (THAT Seaman save) and on penalties on their patch in 2005.
The older ones amongst you might even remember us beating them in the 1936 final at Wembley; a game settled by Ted Drake’s 74th minute strike.
There was also the infamous Kanu and Overmars incident in 1999 that ended up being replayed courtesy of Arsene Wenger’s generosity. What a nice man he was.