Good afternoon and welcome to Sports Mole's live text coverage of the FA Cup fourth round and Saturday's Championship games.
Make sure you don't miss a moment of the action courtesy of our minute-by-minute updates below.
There are nine FA Cup showdowns taking place at 3pm today - including one all-Premier League clash between Southampton and Watford - while the promotion and relegation pictures could also change in the Championship with eight teams in action.
We will have a look at all the games a little later, but first let's check out the team news from up and down the country...
SOUTHAMPTON STARTING XI: McCarthy, Cedric, Stephens, Hoedt, Bertrand; Davis, Romeu, Hojbjerg, Tadic, Boufal; Long
Subs: Forster, Pied, Yoshida, Lemina, Ward-Prowse, Carrillo, Gabbiadini
WATFORD STARTING XI: Karnezis; Janmaat, Mariappa, Kabasele, Holebas; Doucouré, Watson; Carrillo, Capoue, Richarlison; Gray
Subs: Bachmann, Prödl, Zeegelaar, Pereyra, Success, Sinclair, Okaka
WIGAN STARTING XI: Walton; Byrne, Elder, Burn, Dunkley; Morsy, Power; Massey, Powell, Jacobs, Grigg
Subs: Jones, Bruce, Fulton, Perkins, James, Roberts, Colclough
WEST HAM STARTING XI: Hart; Zabaleta, Cresswell, Obiang, Hernandez, Ogbonna, Byram, Masuaku, Martinez, Burke, Cullen
Subs: Adrian, Joao Mario, Collins, Oxford, Haksabanovic, Quina, Diangana
HUDDERSFIELD STARTING XI: Coleman; Kongolo, Hogg, Sabiri, Lowe, Van La Parra, Williams, Quaner, Mounie, Hadergjonaj, Hefele
Subs: Lossl, Smith, Malone, Billing, Lolley, Depoitre, Schindler
BIRMINGHAM STARTING XI: Stockdale'; Jenkinson, Dean, Morrison, Roberts, Small, Lowe, Ndoye, Jota, Adams, Jutkiewicz
Subs: Trueman, Seddon, Grounds, Dacres-Cogley, Lakin, Gardner, Boga
MIDDLESBROUGH STARTING XI: Randolph; Shotton, Ayala, Gibson, Friend; Clayton, Howson, Traore, Braithwaite; Bamford, Fletcher
Subs: Dimi, Christie, Fry, Leadbitter, Downing, Johnson, Assombalonga
BRIGHTON STARTING XI: Krul; Rosenior, Huenemeier, Goldson, Suttner; Knockaert, Stephens, Kayal, Skalak; Baldock, Hemed
Subs: Maenpaa, Schelotto, Propper, Izquierdo, Murray, Dunk, Gross
NOTTS COUNTY STARTING XI: Collin; Dickinson, Brisley, Duffy, Hunt, Grant, Husin, Hewitt, Hawkridge, Stead, Ameobi
Subs: Pindroch, Jones, Walker, Noble, Smith, Alessandra, Forte
SWANSEA STARTING XI: Nordfeldt; Bartley, Mawson, Van der Hoorn, Roberts; Carroll, Sanches, Fer, Narsingh; Bony, Abraham
Subs: Mulder, Rangel, Clucas, Ki, Routledge, Ayew, McBurnie
HULL STARTING XI: Marshall; Clark, Aina, Hector, Mazuch; Stewart, Henriksen, Bowen, Diomande, Irvine; Dicko
Subs: McGregor, Grosicki, Batty, Keane, Dawson, Campbell, Tomori
NOTTM FOREST STARTING XI: Smith; Lichaj, Mancienne, Osborn, Fox; Cash, Brereton, Carayol, Dowell, Bouchalakis; Worrall
Subs: Henderson, Mills, McKay, Clough, Vaughan, Darikwa, Vellios
SHEFF UTD STARTING XI: Moore; Baldock, Fleck, Lundstram, Sharp, Donaldson, Wright, Stearman, Duffy, Heneghan, Lafferty
Subs: Stevens, O'Connell, Basham, Wilson, Eastwood, C Evans, Carruthers
PRESTON STARTING XI: Rudd; Clarke, Horgan, Browne, Johnson, Fisher, Welsh, Moult, Huntington, Earl, Boon
Subs: Maxwell, Woods, Spurr, Gallagher, Barkhuizen, Robinson, Hugill
MK DONS STARTING XI: Nicholls, Williams, Lewington, Wootton, Upson, Cisse, Sow, Agard, Tavernier, Gilbey, Ugbo
Subs: Sietsma, Muirhead, McGrandles, Ebanks-Landell, Nesbitt, Rasulo, Brittain
COVENTRY STARTING XI: Burge; Grimmer, Willis, McDonald, Stokes, Bayliss, Kelly, Doyle, Barrett, Biamou, McNulty
Subs: O'Brien, Hyam, Di.Kelly-Evans, Stevenson, Shipley, Vincenti, Ponticelli
MILLWALL STARTING XI: Martin; Craig, Thompson, Onyedinma, Ferguson, Romeo, Wallace, Tunnicliffe, Elliott, Shackell, Cooper
Subs: Archer, McLaughlin, Meredith, Saville, Williams, Gregory, Morison
ROCHDALE STARTING XI: Lillis; Rafferty, McNulty, Andrew, Camps, Done, Delaney, Cannon, Daniels, Kitching, Henderson
IPSWICH STARTING XI: Bialkowski; Spence, Chambers, Carter-Vickers, Knudsen, Gleeson, Connolly, Celina, Waghorn, McGoldrick, Garner
Subs: Crowe, Webster, Ward, Hyam, Sears, Bru, Kenlock
WOLVES STARTING XI: Ruddy; Bennett, Coady, Boly; Doherty, N'Diaye, Neves, Douglas; Costa, Cavaleiro, Jota
Subs: Norris, Batth, Gibbs-White, Miranda, Enobakhare, Vinagre, Bonatini
BRISTOL CITY STARTING XI: Wright; Flint, Baker, Bryan, Kent, Smith, Pack, Paterson, Reid, Diédhiou
Subs: Wollacott, Magnusson, Brownhill, Walsh, Eliasson, Woodrow, Diony
QPR STARTING XI: Smithies; Baptiste, Onuoha, Robinson, Furlong, Luongo, Scowen, Freeman, Bidwell, Oteh, Washington
Subs: Ingram, Lynch, Manning, Smith, Perch, Eze, Osayi-Samuel
BARNSLEY STARTING XI: Davies; Cavare, Yiadom, Pearson, Lindsay; Gardner, Hammill, Mallan, Moncur, Moore; Bradshaw
Subs: Townsend, Potts., Thiam, McCarthy, Hedges, Pinillos, Brown
FULHAM STARTING XI: Bettinelli; Fredericks, Kalas, Ream, Odoi; McDonald, Johansen, Norwood; Piazon, Fonte, Sessegnon
Subs: Button, S Sessegnon, Targett, Cisse, De la Torre, Kebano, Kamara
BRENTFORD STARTING XI: Bentley; Bjelland, Jozefzoon, Yennaris, Maupay, McEachran, Watkins, Mokotjo, Woods, Barbet, Mepham
Subs: Daniels, MacLeod, Egan, Marcondes, Judge, Dalsgaard, Canos
NORWICH STARTING XI: Gunn; Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose; Reed, Vrancic, Tettey (c), Lewis; Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy
Subs: McGovern, Watkins, Stiepermann, Trybull, Hernandez, Srbeny, Leitner
As you can see, there is plenty to get through before kickoff in just under half an hour's time, but first let me bring you news from the early kickoff, which saw Leicester take on Peterborough at the ABAX Stadium.
The Premier League outfit managed to avoid an upset in that match, with Kelechi Iheanacho and Fousseni Diabate both scoring twice in a 5-1 win for the Foxes. They are safely into the fifth round.
The only Premier League kickoff taking place at 3pm today sees two out-of-form teams go head to head, with Southampton having won just one of their last 12 matches across all competitions and Watford with only one more win than that over the same period.
The match will be new Watford manager Javi Gracia's first in charge following the shock sacking of Marco Silva last weekend, and his first task will be to end the Hornet's five-match losing streak on the road - a dreadful run which stretches back to November.
Both teams may be forgiven for having one eye on Premier League duties rather than the FA Cup, though, with Southampton having slipped into the relegation zone and Watford only four points clear of danger, despite sitting in the relatively lofty position of 10th.
Both teams beat Championship opposition in the third round, but Southampton have been eliminated from four of their last five fourth-round ties in this competition, while they have lost each of their last five FA Cup home games against Premier League opposition.
Perhaps the best chance of a giant-killing this afternoon comes at the DW Stadium, where League One leaders Wigan host Premier League side West Ham United.
Wigan are unbeaten since November 18 - a run of 14 matches in all competitions which includes a 3-0 triumph over Bournemouth here in a third-round replay, while they have also kept six clean sheets in their last seven home games. Add to that the fact that they have won six of their last seven FA Cup ties against Premier League opposition and West Ham seem to have a difficult task on their hands.
The Hammers are unbeaten in seven matches themselves, though, stretching back to before Christmas. They have also progressed from 14 of their last 15 FA Cup ties against lower-league opposition while in the Premier League themselves, although they needed extra time in a replay to squeeze past Wigan's fellow League One high-fliers Shrewsbury Town in the last round.
Championship strugglers Birmingham will also be looking to pull off an upset at the John Smith's Stadium, taking on a Huddersfield side whose only win in their last seven outings across all competitions was the third-round triumph over Bolton.
The Terriers have not reached the fifth round in successive seasons since 1938-39, but they take on an improving Birmingham side which has only lost one of their last five games despite their lowly league position of 23rd in the Championship.
Another Championship vs. Premier League takes place at the Riverside, and this one has perhaps more potential for an upset as Boro - eighth in the Champions - take on Brighton, who are just one point from safety in the Premier League.
The Seagulls have only won two of their last 14 games across all competitions and have failed to even score in their last six away games stretching back to November 4. Boro, by contrast, have won five of their last seven games.
However, the Swans have only lost once since Carlos Carvalhal's appointment in late December and stunned in-form Liverpool on Monday night, whereas Notts County are winless in their last three games since beating Championship side Brentford in the third round.
Hull currently sit 21st in the Championship and have only won one of their last eight, so they would need to upset the formbook if they are to eliminate a Nottingham Forest side that beat league leaders Wolves last weekend.
Sheffield United, meanwhile, sit in the final playoff place but have only won one of their last six games at home, whereas 11th-placed Preston have lost just one of their last 13 outing in all competitions.
Championship leaders Wolves will be looking to return to winning ways having fallen to their first league defeat since October last time out, and they have not lost back-to-back league games since April 2017.
It is now four games without a win for the stuttering promotion favourites, but they take on a mid-table Ipswich team which has only won one of their last seven outings in all competitions.
Bristol City must get over the disappointment of their valiant EFL Cup semi-final exit at the hands of Manchester City, with their current form threatening to derail their promotion push. The Robins still sit fifth in the last, but they have lost six and won none of their last seven games across all competitions including only one point from their last four Champions outings.
QPR are not in great form themselves, though, having won just three of their 13 league games since the end of October.
Fulham could climb into the playoff places this afternoon with Sheffield United in FA Cup action, and the Cottagers will be fancied to get the win at Barnsley. Fulham have won five and lost none of their last six league games, including a 6-0 drubbing of Burton Albion last week.
Barnsley, meanwhile, are just two points clear of the relegation zone following a run of just one win from their last 14 outings in all competitions.
Brentford can also close the gap on the playoff places this afternoon, with only three points separating them from the top six as they welcome Norwich City. The Bees have lost just one of their last seven league games and have won five of the last six, so they are very much the form team heading into the contest.
Norwich have seemingly turned a corner themselves, though, losing just one of their last five Championship games following a run of just one win in 10 before that.
In the Championship, meanwhile, Norwich have put an early dent in the playoff hopes of Brentford courtesy of a fine James Maddison strike.
In League Two, meanwhile, Crawley Town have taken the lead against Accrington, while Colchester have broken the deadlock against Port Vale.
5 - No player has scored more goals in the FA Cup this season than Will Grigg (5). Fire.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 27, 2018
In League One, meanwhile, we could be in for a major upset with Northampton leading promotion hopefuls Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.
13 - James Maddison has been directly involved in 13 Championship goals this season (8 goals, 5 assists); five more than any other Norwich player. Touted.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 27, 2018
There could be a boost for the Robins from elsewhere, though, as in-form playoff rivals Fulham have fallen behind against Barnsley courtesy of a Liam Lindsay goal.
Elsewhere in League Two, Crawley Town have doubled their lead over promotion hopefuls Accrington, Port Vale have equalised against Colchester and Carlisle and Morecambe lead Forest Green and Mansfield respectively.
In the Championship, meanwhile, 10-man Bristol City have also taken the lead against QPR, with Diedhiou getting the goal...
We've reached the halfway stage in all of our FA Cup and Championship games, and there are some upsets on the cards. A full list of the half-time scores coming right up...
Huddersfield 1-0 Birmingham
Hull 2-0 Nottingham Forest
Middlesbrough 0-0 Brighton
Millwall 1-1 Rochdale
MK Dons 0-0 Coventry
Notts County 0-1 Swansea
Sheff Utd 0-0 Preston
Southampton 1-0 Watford
Wigan 1-0 West Ham
Barnsley 1-0 Fulham
Brentford 0-1 Norwich
Bristol City 1-0 QPR
Ipswich 0-1 Wolves
League One side Wigan are ahead against West Ham at the halfway stage - having also claimed the scalp of Bournemouth in the last round - courtesy of a Will Grigg header. There is still a long way to go, but it could be another giant-killing from the Latics.
One of those - Sheffield United vs. Preston - is the first to get us going again for the second half.
They still trail Wigan by a goal to nil, and there is another shock developing at The Den where Rochdale have come from behind to lead Millwall through a goal from Done - although Cannon is also claiming it after his initial effort was tapped in on the line.
Elsewhere Championship strugglers Birmingham are level with Huddersfield through Lukas Jutkiewicz's deflected drive, while in the Championship Fulham have levelled things up against 10-man Barnsley through Sessegnon.
5 - Lukas Jutkiewicz has scored in each of his last four starts in the FA Cup (five goals). Leveller.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 27, 2018
8 - Since Christmas Day, Ryan Sessegnon has been directly involved in eight Championship goals (6 goals, 2 assists); three more than any other player in the competition. Prospect.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 27, 2018
Notts County of League Two have levelled things up against the Premier League's Swansea City courtesy of Jon Stead's sixth goal in six games so far in 2018, while Coventry - also of League Two - have broken the deadlock against MK Dons through Maxime Biamou.
4 - Jon Stead has scored in every round of this season's FA Cup (four goals in total). Equaliser.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 27, 2018
Elsewhere, Oldham have pulled a goal back against Plymouth and now trail 2-1, while Southampton and Shrewsbury are now level at two goals apiece.
Harry Kane starts for Tottenham as they look to avoid an upset against Newport County tonight. You can follow our dedicated live text coverage of that match by clicking here.
The goal comes from the penalty spot as Billy Sharp - the man to win the spot kick from Clarke - makes no mistake from 12 yards.
Swindon began the day just three points off the playoff places, whereas Crewe are only three clear of the relegation zone, so the visitors will be desperate to hang on here.
Huddersfield, Brighton and Swansea are all currently drawing, whereas 10-man West Ham remain two goals down to Wigan. The only Premier League team to be ahead are Southampton, who still lead Watford by one goal to nil.
Can Forest earn a replay in the closing stages against their Championship rivals?
The magic of the cup is still well and truly alive following a day of upsets in the fourth round, with only two Premier League teams booking their place in the next stage from the 3pm kickoffs.
Full FA Cup results on the way...
Huddersfield 1-1 Birmingham
Hull 2-1 Nottingham Forest
Middlesbrough 0-1 Brighton
Millwall 2-2 Rochdale
MK Dons 0-1 Coventry
Notts County 1-1 Swansea
Sheffield United 1-0 Preston
Southampton 1-0 Watford
Wigan 2-0 West Ham
Barnsley 1-3 Fulham
Brentford 0-1 Norwich
Bristol City 2-0 QPR
Ipswich 0-1 Wolves
The Latics beat Bournemouth in the third round and have now claimed another Premier League scalp to make it 15 games without defeat in all competitions, while they have now won seven of their last nine FA Cup ties against Premier League opposition.
The win is made even more impressive by the fact that they are the first team to beat West Ham in eight matches.
Huddersfield were also held to a draw by lower-league opposition, with Championship side Birmingham holding on for a 1-1 scoreline which will see them host the Terriers in a replay too.
Elsewhere Millwall rescued a late draw against League One side Rochdale, while League Two's Coventry pulled off an upset against MK Dons. Hull and Sheffield United won their respective all-Championship showdowns.
Bristol City also regained their form despite playing the vast majority of the match with only 10 men, beating QPR to climb up to fourth. Fulham, meanwhile, overcame Barnsley with two stoppage-time goals to climb into the top six, while Norwich put a dent in Brentford's playoff hopes with a 1-0 win.
Thank you very much for joining Sports Mole for today's action in a particularly noteworthy day in the FA Cup and Championship. Be sure to check out our live coverage of Newport County vs. Tottenham Hotspur, while we will also have dedicated coverage of Liverpool's home tie with West Bromwich Albion from 6.45pm.
From me, though, it is goodbye for now!