Liverpool’s unbeaten Premier League record is still intact after Thursday’s win at Wolves, but will they survive an FA Cup trip to League One Shrewsbury unscathed?
The Reds’ trip to Shrewsbury (Sunday, 17:00 GMT) is one of three fourth-round ties you can watch live on the BBC this weekend.
BBC Sport’s football expert Mark Lawrenson has taken a look at all 16 of this weekend’s ties and given his verdict on who will make it into round five.
For selected matches, including Shrewsbury against Liverpool and the BBC’s other two televised games – Brentford v Leicester (Saturday, 12:30) and Manchester City against Fulham (Sunday, 13:00) – Man Like Mobeen star Tolu Ogunmefun has made his predictions too.
Tolu, who is also a stand-up comedian, plays Nate in the critically acclaimed Birmingham-set BBC Three comedy-drama.
All eight episodes of series three of Man Like Mobeen are available to watch on iPlayer from Sunday.
Man Like Mobeen follows the lives of Mobeen (right) and his friends Nate (played by Tolu, left) and Eight as they look to stay out of trouble in Small Heath
Tolu is an Arsenal fan and says the main reasons he grew up as a Gunner were his dad – and David Seaman.
He told BBC Sport: “I grew up in Hackney and my dad supported them. When I was very young, I remember watching David Seaman make a spectacular save in his green jersey and I asked my dad for that jersey.
“From that day forward, I was in love with Arsenal.
“When I was growing up, Thierry Henry was my hero. He was such a special player.
“My favourite moment as an Arsenal fan was him coming back to us on loan in 2012 and scoring against Leeds in the FA Cup with his legendary finesse, and with that shot right into the bottom-right corner.
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“My best FA Cup memory was down to another one of my top Arsenal players, Aaron Ramsey, who scored the winner against Hull in the 2014 final when we came back…