BT Sport will be showing four live FA Cup games as football's oldest competition reaches the fifth-round stage.
Every match will be shown live and exclusive on BT Sport 2 and in stunning ultra-high definition on BT Sport 4K UHD.
Our coverage starts on Friday, 15 February, when either Portsmouth or Queens Park Rangers will host Premier League opposition in the form of Watford.
Currently flying high in League One, Pompey will be hoping to emulate their victorious 2008 campaign, when BT Sport pundit Harry Redknapp ended the south-coast club's 99-year wait for a second FA Cup trophy.
A replay with Championship QPR stands in the way of them and a fifth-round tie after Nahki Wells' 76th-minute goal cancelled out Lee Brown's first-half effort in the first meeting between the two.
Steve McClaren's Hoops will host Portsmouth at Loftus Park next Tuesday to decide who will face the Hornets.
Derby County kick off an FA Cup double-header on Saturday, 16 February, although their opponents are also yet to be decided.
Frank Lampard's side will either face Brighton & Hove Albion of the Premier League, or West Bromwich Albion, depending on who emerges victorious from next Wednesday's fourth-round replay at the Hawthorns.
Derby will fancy their chances of reaching the last eight after over-coming top flight Southampton in the third round of the competition and navigating past Accrington Stanley in the last round.
The second half of our Saturday double bill could see Premier League champions Manchester City travel to League Two Newport County in what would be the tie of the round.
But first the Welsh side need to beat Tony Pulis' Middlesbrough after securing a replay - live on BT Sport - through Matthew Dolan's last-gasp equaliser at the Riverside last weekend.
County will be hoping they can take another big-name scalp after they reached the fourth round with a famous giant-slaying of Leicester City.
Our bumper weekend of FA Cup action concludes on Sunday, 17 February, as Bristol City face-off against Shrewbusry Town or Wolverhampton Wanderers for a place in the quarter-finals.
Lee Johnson's Bristol side booked their place in the fifth round with a 2-1 victory over Championship rivals Bolton Wanderers, while Shrewsbury and Wolves will meet in a replay next Tuesday to decide who The Robins will face.
FA Cup fifth round fixtures on BT Sport
Portsmouth or QPR v Watford - Friday 15 February, 7.15pm (BT Sport 2 and 4K UHD)
Brighton or West Brom v Derby - Saturday 16 February, 12.00pm (BT Sport 2 and 4K UHD)
Middlesbrough or Newport County v Man City - Saturday 16 February, 5pm (BT Sport 2 and 4K UHD)
- Bristol City v Shrewsbury or Wolves - Sunday 17 February, 12.30pm (BT Sport 2 and 4K UHD)