The eighth and final FA Cup 2017/18 fifth round tie will take place tonight live on the BBC.
Wigan host Manchester City at the DW Stadium, where the League One side host the current Premier League leaders.
As well as flying high in the league and looking like contenders for automatic promotion, The Latics are enjoying an impressive cup run that has already seen them eliminate two sides from the top tier in Bournemouth and West Ham United, respectively.
The Citizens have been the dominant force in the Premier League this term and look unstoppable in their quest for the title, and remain in contention to claim an unlikely cup quadruple, but they will have to avoid a potential upset this evening before turning their attention to the Carabao Cup Final next Sunday.
Coverage starts at 7.30pm on BBC One and BBC One HD with live streaming on the BBC Sport website and via the BBC iPlayer.
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