Heres the best pick of Sunday's games. If any of you wanted to know, former Blades boss Bryan Robson will be making the Fa Cup draw tomorrow at Soho Square.
Wembley here we come. (From Cardiff City Mad)
An excellent City performance at the Riverside has seen the club into the semi finals of the FA Cup for the first time in 81 years and a first visit to Wembley in the same time scale.
A sublime top corner finish from Peter Whittingham and a back post diving header from Roger Johnson was just reward for a Cardiff side that looked far more comfortable then their Premiership opponents. In fact City outdid Middlesbrough on the pitch and off it with a very vocal travelling support.
Bristol Rovers 1 West Bromwich Albion 5
Two thousand delighted West Brom fans chanted "We're going to Wembley" after their side demolished League One opponents Bristol Rovers in a super-charged second half at the Memorial Stadium.
Albion's place in the FA Cup semi-final was a personal triumph for Ishmael Miller who finished with a hat-trick and supplied the header for another goal.
Rovers, taking part in their first quarter-final for half-a-century, were in the tie for a long spell before, finally, being swept aside in the last 20 minutes.
West Brom, after a round of cup shocks, were concerned that they could have become another victim of a lower league coup.