Liverpool are Premier League champions, but who will win the FA Cup?
Silverware has eluded Ole Gunnar Solskjaer so far in his time as Manchester United boss – but, after his glittering playing career, could it be the first trophy he brings to Old Trafford as a manager?
United will have to get past Norwich in Saturday’s quarter-final first – you can watch it live on BBC One and the BBC Sport website from 17:30 BST.
But BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson is backing Solskjaer’s side to go all the way and win at Wembley in the final on 1 August.
“It is United for the FA Cup,” said Lawro. “They are playing well and scoring goals.
“They are in the race for the top four in the Premier League too but Solskjaer wants to win things, so he will not field a weakened team in the FA Cup.”
Lawro is pitting his wits against a different guest for each round of this season’s FA Cup, and his opponent this time is Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer co-host Alex Horne.
You can see Alex on ‘Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer’ every Saturday night on BBC One and iPlayer with the eponymous former Liverpool striker and Maya Jama
Horne is a Liverpool fan who, like Lawro, is celebrating the Reds’ title success after Manchester City lost at Chelsea on Thursday night.
“I just wanted to get it done so to get over the line is amazing,” Horne told BBC Sport. “I didn’t really care how we won the Premier League, to be completely honest – I just wanted to win it.
“We had to wait to wrap it up, but it was worth it. We will get to celebrate properly together soon too.”
Horne confesses he is a “plastic” Liverpool fan, or at least in the way he chose them as his team anyway.
He explained: “I have got two brothers. My elder brother is a Man Utd fan and my little brother is an Everton fan. My dad is a Tottenham fan and my mum is a Motherwell fan.
“I grew up in the countryside in Sussex so there was no great pull to support anyone local. My dad did not stamp his ‘Spursy-ness’…