Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers are playing for a place in the FA Cup semi-finals.
Beating Manchester United and reaching the semi-finals would be the icing on the cake for a Wolves team that has taken to life in the Premier League like a duck to water.
And with players like Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez to choose from, Wolves will feel confident of causing an upset.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo may call on centre-back Ryan Bennett, who is eligible to play, despite serving a ban in the Premier League.
Manchester United, meanwhile, are fresh off the back of a defeat to Arsenal in the Premier League.
And the injury concerns continue to mount for boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who may be forced to leave out in-form striker Romelu Lukaku.
Ashley Young is suspended for this evening’s clash, but Phil Jones, Jesse Lingard and Ander Herrera could all return.
If you don’t want to miss a second of the action, check out Express Online’s guide to live streaming below…
How to watch Wolves v Man Utd…
BBC One is showing the match between Wolves and Man Utd today. Coverage starts at 7.30pm, followed by kick-off at 7.55pm.
There’s also radio commentary available for those without access to a screen, which can be accessed via the BBC website, as well as apps such as TuneIn Radio.
The BBC Sport website will also be showing live coverage of the game, with live text commentary available too.
The BBC Sport app, available to download for free across Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices, will also carry the live coverage and text commentary.
If you can’t get to a TV, the match will also be shown on the BBC’s iPlayer service.
This allows users to catch up on highlights whenever they want – as well as being available as a mobile app for iOS and Android devices.
BBC iPlayer is available on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, BT Vision, Chromecast, EE TV, FreeSat, Freeview, NOW TV, Nvidia Shield, Roku, Sky HD, Sky Q, Talk Talk TV, Virgin Media and YouView.
Log-in to any of these smart TV or set-top box apps to stream the latest coverage, or catch-up on-demand.
And if your HD TV model is not supported by the above options, you can always stream the coverage from a Chrome web browser window to the big screen using a Google ChromeCast.
It’s worth noting that you’ll need a valid TV Licence if you watch or record live programmes as it is a criminal offence in the UK to watch “live” television without a TV licence.
You’ll also need a TV Licence to download or watch BBC programmes on iPlayer. This applies to any device you use.