Cliftonville v Linfield
The undoubted tie of the round. Cliftonville have now won four League Cups on the trot but their failings in the Irish Cup are well documented. They face a difficult test here at home to a Linfield side who will more than fancy their chances.
It's a 50-50 game between two sides who are well matched. Two young managers looking to win trophies in their first year. Exciting attacking players. Club legends in the midfield area. Flip a coin for this one.
Carrick vs Crusaders
It's unfortunate that this game is played at Seaview because it is still technically a home game for Carrick. If it was played 10 miles down the Shore Road from Seaview, then you'd say Carrick might have had a decent shout at an upset.
Crusaders haven't been in the best of form lately and Stephen Baxter was furious during and after last week's draw at Warrenpoint. But I expect the champions to bounce back this week and continue their cup campaign.
Glenavon vs Loughgall
Glenavon were unfortunate last week to not beat Linfield. They dominated the second half and Gary Hamilton will be frustrated they could only take a point from Windsor Park. They're big favourites going into this game against the Championship 1 outfit.
For Loughgall, it's a no-lose situation. And in Warner Mullin, they have one of the deadliest strikers outside of the top flight. If they can keep it close and stop the offensive talents that Glenavon have, they'll have a chance. But that's easier said than done!
Portadown v Lurgan Celtic
I smell an upset at Shamrock Park. This is the Ports' biggest game of the season so far. But having watched them the last couple of weeks, I don't know if they have the mentality to come through against a resurgent Celtic side.
The Championship 1 side have won 7 on the spin in all competitions and with talented youngsters Shea Conaty and Josh Barton, they're assembling a great squad. Portadown obviously go in as massive favourites but can Ronnie McFall's side forget their dreadful league form? Surely the only saving grace for this season would be a semi-final and ultimately the perfect send-off for Ronnie with an Irish Cup win. Time will tell if the confidence-shot Portadown can provide the fairytale ending.