The final three places in this season's FA Cup fourth round will be sealed on Wednesday with a trio of Premier League clubs hoping to come through their respective replays against Football League opposition.
Reigning Premier League champions, Chelsea, welcome Norwich City to Stamford Bridge hoping to end a miserable start to 2018. Antonio Conte's side have drawn all four games so far, with the last three ending in a dour 0-0 draw; including the initial FA Cup third round game at Carrow Road.
There are suggestions that Antonio Conte could be tempted to rotate his squad again but with the FA Cup potentially offering The Blues their best chance of silverware this season, Conte is likely to select a stronger side than in the initial tie.
Elsewhere the Premier League's basement side, Swansea City, host Sky Bet Championship runaway leaders, Wolves, at the Liberty Stadium in what promises to be an edgy affair.
The Swans look much improved during the short reign of new manager, Carlos Carvalhal and an FA Cup run could provide a welcome distraction for the struggling Welshmen.
Wolves meanwhile, will hope to lay down a marker ahead of what now seems an inevitable promotion to the top-flight.
The third and final game of the evening will see Sky Bet League One leaders, Wigan Athletic, host Premier League side Bournemouth.
The Cherries came from two goals down to rescue a 2-2 draw in the initial tie. Steve Cook headed in a 92nd minute equaliser to force a replay. Eddie Howe's side followed that result up with a morale-boosting 2-1 win at home to Arsenal at the weekend and arrive at the DW Stadium full of confidence.