Premier League, FA Cup and Europe: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Man City’s quadruple bid continues in FA Cup, Fabinho can prove his worth to Liverpool and a pivotal Klassiker in Germany

Brighton are unlikely to go into their first FA Cup semi-final since 1983 with high expectations. Chris Hughton’s players produced an incredible comeback to beat Millwall in the previous round, but they know the odds will be heavily stacked against them when they face Manchester City, who have already won three games at Wembley this season. City remain on course for a historic quadruple after 13 consecutive wins in all competitions and while Sergio Agüero is doubtful after picking up a minor injury at Fulham last Saturday, Pep Guardiola’s side have been boosted by the return to fitness of Kevin De Bruyne, who scored in Wednesday’s win over Cardiff. Brighton, who have lost their previous two matches, will have their work cut out trying to contain City’s attack. Their fans might have to settle for an enjoyable day out. JS

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