What is it?
It's the first of the FA Cup semi-finals from Wembley. This one is between Chelsea and Tottenham; the second is on Sunday, pitting Arsenal against Manchester City.
When is it?
Saturday 22nd April.
What time is kick-off?
What TV channel is it on?
BBC One. Coverage starts at 4.50pm.
Alternatively, you can follow the action on this very page. We'll have all the build up and updated team news from 4pm.
What is the team news?
Chelsea have doubts over five first-teamers, with Gary Cahill, Diego Costa, Victor Moses and Marcos Alonso all struggling with the illness that hit the squad last week.
Thibaut Courtois missed the defeat at Manchester United with an ankle injury he suffered playing basketball in a promotional shoot, and he is a doubt for this match, too.
Tottenham are still without Danny Rose, Erik Lamela and Harry Winks, while Michel Vorm misses out with a knee injury. Manager Mauricio Pochettino had previously suggested Vorm may start this match ahead of Hugo Lloris.
What are they saying?
"He arrived at the training ground with a bit of fever," Conte said on Friday.
"Our doctor preferred to bring him to the hospital and to check his condition.
"Not a serious problem, but now Gary is getting better and is improving a lot."
Pochettino on Chelsea's status as favourites:
“If there’s a favourite it’s Chelsea, top of the Premier League, with experienced players and the manager they have.
“We are talking about the team who in the past five years won European competitions, World Cups, a manager who won the title in Italy, they’re more experienced.
“But we’re in a good moment too. We’re hungry and to challenge this team is important for Tottenham. We will see, but it’s important to enjoy the game. We must feel the happiness. It’s a very important competition and we are fighting the best team in England.”
Who fares best at Wembley?
In a word: Chelsea.
What are the odds?
In 90 mins:
Chelsea win - 8/5
Draw - 21/10
Spurs win - 7/4
To make the final:
Chelsea - 5/6
Spurs - Evens
What's our prediction?
Chelsea have history on their side but Spurs are the in-form team in this country. If they can get over the whole Wembley 'thing' then they might just edge this:
Chelsea 1-2 Tottenham