The FA Cup returns this weekend with the minnows looking to do some giant-slaying once again, but the magic of the cup is nothing compared to the talkSPORT Friday quiz, which returns more brain-frying football trivia. Take a look at our eight teasing questions below, then click the link at the bottom to find out how many you answered correctly. Don't forget, it was voted Digital Quiz Of The Year 2004 by the breakaway Moldovan republic of Transnistria!
1) Fifth-tier Luton face Championship side Millwall, after causing one of the FA Cup's biggest shocks, beating Premier League Norwich to earn their place in the fifth round, and are the only non-league side left in the competition. But which team are the only non-Football League/Premier League side to ever win the FA Cup in its 142-year history?
2) Arsenal take on Blackburn and are chasing their first trophy since lifting the Cup in 2005. They're unbeaten in 34 FA Cup ties at home, but which Rovers player scored the goal that sent Arsenal crashing out of the tournament at Ewood Park at this stage in 2007?
3) Barnsley travel to MK Dons and will be trying to match their FA Cup run of 2007/08 which saw them beat both Liverpool and Chelsea. But who was the Tykes boss for those famous wins?
4) Oldham are underdogs for the visit of David Moyes' Everton side, but Lactics caretaker manager Tony Philliskirk will relish turning over the Premier League big boys. Philliskirk has an interesting history with the FA Cup as a player. Why were five goals he scored for Peterborough against Kingstonian in the FA Cup erased from the record books in 1992?
5) Chelsea and Brentford do not meet regularly. Apart from last month's match, when was the last time they met and who came out on top?
6) Man City v Leeds might be the tastiest fixture this weekend. A 1978 third round tie between the two finished 2-1 to City and featured a punch-up, pitch invasion and dubious referring decisions. But which club has had the most managers since that day?
7) Huddersfield have more FA Cup pedigree than their Premier League opponents Wigan, having won the tournament in 1922. What round did Wigan get to in 1987 to record their best FA Cup performance?
8) It's hard to see past Man United on Monday night, but Reading might be catching them at the right time in between the Red Devils' Champions League exploits and charge to the Premier League title. United's best post-war FA Cup win against the Royals was a 3-0 win at Elm Park in 1996. Who scored the goals that day? Clue: One player is still very familiar, one was a 1990 World Cup hero and the other was considered something of a royal at Old Trafford, himself.
How do you think you got on? CLICK HERE TO SEE THE ANSWERS, then refer to out index below to find out what kind of football fan you are!
0-2: Hang your head in shame!
3-5: Armchair fan
6-8: Not bad, not bad at all
9: Take a bow, son!
10: You cheated, didn't you?
How did you get on? Be honest and let us know with a comment below.