Portsmouth, the lowest-ranked FA Cup team this season, will face Arsenal the big guns in the Premier League tonight.
The League One team defeated Barnsley in the last round as the Gunners beat Bournemouth and the two will now meet at Fratton Park.
Pompey claimed the glory of the FA Cup in 2008 and is currently doing well in the league, occupying third place as he strives to regain the championship.
Meanwhile, Arsenal, which has won the historic tournament a record 13 times, will try to bounce back from its dismal exit from the Europa League at Olympiakos last week.
The latter two faced off in the 2009/10 Premier League season, with the Gunners winning 4-1 at home and away.
Portsmouth has not beaten North Londoners since 1958.
Portsmouth vs Arsenal: How to listen
The clash of cuts will begin at 7.45 p.m. on Monday, March 2.
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Portsmouth vs Arsenal: Team News
Portsmouth will assess captain Tom Naylor and wingman Ronan Curtis before a tie.
Pompey is confident the pair will be in good shape despite the knocks from Friday’s 3-0 3-0 win over Rochdale.
Christian Burgess has collected his 10th booking of the season in this match but will be available to face the Gunners because his two-game suspension will only be served in league games.
Jack Whatmough and Oli Hawkins are expected to return to the Jackett squad after being excluded from Dale for tactical reasons.
Arsenal are likely to reshuffle these ranks at Fratton Park and they will be without Sead Kolasinac, who was under considerable shoulder pressure.
Cedric Soares and Kieran Tierney are still at risk of exclusion, while Calum Chambers is a long-time absentee.
January’s signing, Pablo Mari, will put pressure on his Arsenal debut.
Portsmouth vs Arsenal: What has been said?
Portsmouth boss Kenny Jackett: “If you look at the ups and downs of Portsmouth, they had a lot of highs, FA Cup winners, but then spent four years in Ligue Two and before this administration where they really well. be able to get out.
“We want to try to come back and go back to the upper echelons of the pyramid, certainly, if we can.
“We also want to try to do it in a sustainable way, it’s important.
“But on Monday evening there will be a national focus on us and it will be great, and I hope we can have a lot more.
“You play against one of the really great clubs in this country. It’s a great game for us. They don’t come often, so you have to be excited about it.
“This is a fantastic tie, an appetizing tie and certainly one that we are looking forward to.”