Fulham welcome cross-town rivals Tottenham to Craven Cottage in the pick of Sunday’s FA Cup fourth-round ties.
Since accounting for Charlton in the third round, Harry Redknapp’s Spurs have drawn twice in the English Premier League – 0-0 with Manchester United and 1-1 with Newcastle – leaving them in fifth position but 13 points behind leaders United.
Fulham, by contrast, are in 15th place but have shown some signs of improvement in recent weeks and they enjoyed a 6-2 rout of Peterborough in the third round, thanks to a hat-trick from French striker Diomansy Kamara.
In Sunday’s other all-Premier League tie, Wolves welcome Tony Pulis’ Stoke side to Molineux as they bid to brighten what has been a disappointing league campaign so far by making the last 16 of the FA Cup.
Stoke will be without suspended defender Ryan Shawcross, who was sent off in their 2-0 loss to Fulham on Saturday.
Fresh from securing a berth in the Carling Cup final with a 3-0 second-leg win over Ipswich at the Emirates on Tuesday, Arsenal will look to begin a run towards a second Wembley appearance when they host a Huddersfield side sitting third in League One.
Manchester City also come up against League One opposition, with Roberto Mancini’s men travelling to Meadow Lane to do battle with Notts County.
And Premier League cellar dwellers West Ham play host to Nottingham Forest, who are in fifth place in the Championship table.