BT Sport subscribers have two FA Cup quarter-finals to look forward to this weekend, with Bradford City v Reading and Liverpool v Blackburn Rovers live on the pay-TV platform.
As a special treat, the Saturday tie between giant-killing Bradford and Reading - which kicks off at 12:45pm on March 7th - is being made available free-to-air.
This means any football fan with a Sky set-top box will be able to watch the game live on BT Sport 1, even if they are not a paying customer.
Everyone else will be able to tune in online via the BT Sport app, providing they have a broadband connection.
Having slain Chelsea and Sunderland in the last two rounds, Bradford - who currently lie eighth in the Sky Bet League 1 - will fancy their chances of another upset.
Their opponents Reading have hardly set the Championship alight this year; the Royals lie 18th in the table with 11 games to go.
And with a partisan home crowd behind the Bantams at Valley Parade, who's to say Phil Parkinson's men can extend their fairytale run to a Wembley semi-final?
The winning side in West Yorkshire could potentially run into Liverpool or Blackburn in the next round, following their tie on Sunday March 8th.
The two north-west sides line up at Anfield in a 4pm kick-off, to be shown live on BT Sport 1.
Liverpool go into the game as the strong favourites. Not only are they the higher-ranked side, with home advantage, but they are one of the form teams in the country.
Brendan Rodgers' side have won their last five Barclays Premier League matches, seeing off Manchester City, Southampton and Spurs in recent weeks, plus Burnley and Crystal Palace.
And following their recent ejection from the UEFA Europa League on penalties at Besiktas, the Reds will be desperate to progress in this competition.
Gary Bowyer's Blackburn have been solid, if not spectacular, in the Championship this season. They sit eighth in the second tier, 13 points off the play-off places.
Rovers aren't going to get promoted this season, but nor are they in relegation danger. As such, the FA Cup has become their number one priority.
Jordan Rhodes and Rudy Gestede are a formidable strike pairing in the Championship, and could cause Liverpool problems in this Anfield clash.
Could Liverpool become the latest top-flight side to be beaten on their own turf by lower league opposition?